Guilt at the Garage is not going to win an Edgar but it is an enjoyable book to read on a cold Winter afternoon.
Old friends Carole and Jude decide to walk home from their favorite pub leaving Carole’s car parked in town. When Carole returns the next morning, she finds her car vandalized with a broken rear windshield. She drops the car off at Bill’s garage. She then finds a note warning her that the shattered window won’t be the last of it. A few days later, Bill is killed suspiciously while fixing another car. Carole and Jude decide to investigate!
Once again, Guilt at the Garage is a pleasant enough mystery. However, I miss the challenge of the author’s Charlie Paris series. 3 stars.
Thanks to Severn House and NetGalley for a copy in exchange for my honest review.