Doc Bev is back and ready to fight. She came back into town with her new fiancé and a new look. While still trying to get back with Norman, she is getting ready move into the new penthouse in town. But after Barbara was attacked and survived the fall. Hannah finds Doc Bev’s car on the bottom of the lake. As she has a reason to want Doc Bev dead, she is back in the hot seat in a murder investigation and she has to yet again clear her name.
Ok… So this book is one of the more interesting books of the series so far. I enjoy the multiple murder angle that we see in this book. Hannah is definitely drifting away from Mike in this book as a hole. Being the prime suspect in a murder investigation will do that with a cop boyfriend.
Norman plays quite a large part in this book as does Delores. I’m sure I mentioned this in a previous review but I really like how much Delores has been expanded on in recent books. Over the last few books, she fits better in with her daughters than she did at the beginning of the series.
I do dislike that the murderer is painfully obvious early on in the book. However, if you don’t mind that then this is an excellent build on the series