Book Review: “The Ruth Valley Missing” by Amber West

Book Review: “The Ruth Valley Missing” by Amber West

Jameson just wants to get away from the big city for a while. When she sees an ad for a rental in rural Ruth Valley she jumps at the chance to experience small town living and take pictures of the scenery. Almost as soon as she moves in, she finds herself in the middle of a mystery. There are no men in this town except for the sheriff, who is also her landlord and gorgeous, and the local doctor. And why do the resident nuns seem so creepy?

This cozy mystery was a really fun read. I instantly liked James (Jameson), although it took me about half way through the book to get used to a male name being on the lead female character. The plot has some great twists and thrills that kept me intrigued till the end. This book is a stand-alone but I would love to see these characters again sometime.

Alinefromabook’s rating: THUMBS-UP for a really enjoyable cozy mystery.

Happy Reading!

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