Review: Fatally Flaky

Fatally Flaky Book Review
3 of 5 stars to Fatally Flaky, the 15th of 17 books in the cozy mystery series by Diane Mott Davidson, published in 2009. You can tell the series is coming to a close soon as it seems like the stories are getting harder and harder to write, It’s rare a book series should go past 10, and if it does, it cannot be one written right after the other. The author should have a few series going on, or alternate between series and non-series fiction, just to give time for the actual mystery to pull itself together. Although nothing bad in this particular edition, it’s just a little less than I want it to be each time. There are certainly interesting escapades with BrideZilla, Spa Machinations and Doctor Suspicious, but it’s still a bit outta control. At least this time, we have Uncle Jack, Goldy’s godfather, as something else to focus on. I do love the characters, the setting and many of the books. But this was not one of the better ones.

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