Top critical review
Honey was just too sweet for me.
on 20 February 2016
This tale, set in Bath, about a hotelier (middle-aged ? woman) who was appointed as crime officer when a tourist went missing. The tale meanders and waffles and none of the characters are really believable. The police 'procedures' are laughable, as is ? Inspector Doherty, who 'liaised' with Honey (real name Hannah) Driver. After two murders with improbable 'clues' Honey finally solves them, not telling the police everything, out of spite, until she had to.
Totally unbelievable and with weak characters. I certainly won't be reading anything else by this author -though the lovers of 'cozy mysteries' might like it.