Plotting at the PTA (Obsidian Mystery) Mass Market Paperback – 3 Jul 2012
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About the Author
Laura Alden's debut novel, Murder at the PTA, was an Agatha Award finalist for best first novel. She continued the series with Foul Play at the PTA, Plotting at the PTA, and Poison at the PTA.
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Then, came Chapter Seven. As I ended reading it with tears in my eyes, I knew Ms. Alden was going to twist and turn and astonish me, and she did!
PTA Secretary, and single mom, Beth Kennedy has solved a couple of murders but is really just trying to cope with daily life and owning her bookstore. One of her methods to keep customers, is to deliver books to persons that are housebound, enter Amy. When Beth learns Amy has died of a bee sting, she is devastated and conflicted. It just doesn't feel right.
Beth is also in charge of a PTA project that pairs seniors and students together to journal the seniors life stories in a small fund-raising book. Beth is drawn to a twenty year old suicide that is deemed suspicious by the elderly Aunt.
Beth finds herself as she delves into these two 'mysteries.' The book had suspense, romance, mystery, and gave me some life lessons as well.
This is a book that earned each of it's stars in my opinion. I can't wait for the next one to surprise me again.
It was enjoyable to "visit" with characters from the previous two books--like coming home to see old friends. I thought the on-going thread of the love interest was interesting and was certainly surprised. I don't want to spoil it for readers, so I'll leave it at that.
I was excited to pre-order Plotting At The PTA and was not disappointed! I highly recommend this series.
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