Mar 16, 2018

Book Beginning: Dipped to Death by Kelly Lane

Dipped to Death (Olive Grove Mystery #3)

Dipped to Death: An Olive Grove Mystery by Kelly Lane
Published March 6, 2018; Berkley
Setting: South Georgia

... authorities determine that Eva Knox's ex was poisoned by one of Eva's family's olive oils. She'll have to find the real killer before her family is caught for murder.

Book beginning:
Given the bizarreness of the night before, all in all, it'd been a pretty ho-hum September day in Abundance, Georgia. Right up to the moment Dolly and I spied that odd mop of brown stuff bobbing in the pond.

Of course, the last thing I expected to find was another dead body. 

But, there he was. 

Page 56:
"Did I say I was interested in Buck Tanner?"
"You didn't have to," sniggered Pep. 

What new books are you reading this weekend? 
Memes: The Friday 56. Grab a book, turn to page 56 or 56% of your eReader. Find any sentence that grabs you. Post it, and add your URL post in Linky at Freda's Voice. Also visit Book Beginning at Rose City Reader


Kathy Martin said...

Great beginning. I'll be adding this one to my wishlist. This week I am spotlighting The Broken Girls by Simone St. James. Happy reading!

Laurel-Rain Snow said...

Ooh, love a good mystery! Thanks for sharing. Here's mine: “THE PERFECT NANNY”

fredamans said...

Sounds very good. The 56 made me giggle. Happy weekend!

Sandra Nachlinger said...

Love the vivid cover, the opening, and the Georgia setting. Sounds like a cozy I'd enjoy.
My Friday post features Before We Were Yours.

Harvee said...

I love cozy covers and titles but these days I am in the mood for more substantial crime novels!

Harvee said...

The Perfect Nanny I borrowed and hope to get to it soon!

Harvee said...

Snarky comment from her pal, isn't it?

Harvee said...

I have heard good things about your book and it's on my wish list!

Boyishbookworm said...

The more dead bodies, the stranger the situation... Happy reading!

My Friday post

Jo-Ann said...

Love that beginning! Looks like a good mystery. Have a great weekend and happy reading :)
Jo-Ann at Inspiration Pie

Greg said...

This looks like a fun one. and poisoned by olive oil? I like that!

Katherine P said...

I have this one on my shelf waiting for me and it looks so good! I love the beginning especially.

Lauren Stoolfire said...

Good opening! Happy reading. :)

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