Lights, Camera, Bones

Lights, Camera, Bones

Lights, Camera, Bones is another great cozy mystery starring the Delaney Detective Agency.

The Agency consists of organic farmer Sarah Booth Delaney and her best friend Southern belle Tinkie. They are asked to investigate some disappearances from a nearby movie set. The movie is about local Mississippi history. However, some of the area’s residents are not happy about seeing their family skeletons on the big screen. There is also a shark loose in the river where the filming is taking place. With dangerous predators on both land and sea, Sarah Booth and Tinkie will have their hands full trying to solve this mystery!

I have read almost all of the books in this series as they are published. My favorite parts are usually the interactions between Sarah Booth and her family’s “haint”, Jitty. Unfortunately, Jitty just does short irrelevant “comic” interludes in this book. They don’t add anything at all to the story. If she is a sea goddess, why can’t she help Sarah Booth find the shark? Seriously, every time she appeared, I just cringed.

If you look past the Jitty scenes, Lights, Camera, Bones is a good entry to the series. 4 stars!

Thanks to Minotaur Books and NetGalley for a digital review copy of the book.

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