ONCE UPON A CRIME by Evelyn Cullet

A WORD FROM THIS AUTHOR

I’ve been an aspiring author since high school when I wrote short stories to amuse family members. I began my first novel while attending college later in life, and while working in the offices of a major soft drink company. Even though my job, my home, and my family always took precedence, I continued to attend writing classes and work on my novels. Now, after taking early retirement, I finally have the chance to do what I love best; write full-time. While I enjoy playing the piano, being an organic gardener, and an amateur Lapidary, writing has always been my passion. I was a former member of the Agatha Christie Society and am currently a member of Sisters in Crime. I write mysteries with light romance and a little humor. My husband and I live in a suburb of Chicago along with our Black Lab/Pit Bull, Bailey.

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Web: http://evelyncullet.com/

Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/3425303.Evelyn_Cullet

SYNOPSIS

Once Upon a Crime
Romantic Suspense
Published by Wings ePress (September 1, 2014)
E-Book File Size: 509 KB
Print Length: 265 pages
ASIN: B00N8AIEWU
Love isn’t always a fairy taleand Charlotte Ross has kissed her share of frogs, but that’s all behind her. Fleeing her life for a short break, Charlotte, along with her best friend Jane Marshall, find themselves at her aunt’s home in the sleepy town of Raven’s Caw, Michigan. Charlotte hopes to recover from another breakup with her fiancé, and her friend Jane, a new mystery writer, is looking forward to somewhere relaxing. But life has different plans for the two friends and they find themselves swept up in a whirlwind of romance, mystery and murder.

Sparks fly between Jane and Charlotte’s attractive, Machiavellian cousin, Kenny. But is the attraction too good to be true or just a diversion from a mystery that has piqued her interest? Charlotte is pulled along on this roller-coaster of emotion when she meets up with her first love, as she and Jane discover links between a murder that happened twelve years earlier and a recent crime. Risking their lives and hearts, the friends race against the past in an effort to solve the crimes before one of them becomes the next victim.

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MY REVIEW

I really enjoyed this book. Jane Marshall is a new mystery writer who made me think of a young Jessica Fletcher. She is taking some time off with friend Charlotte and decides to solve an old murder. Well you just know that leads to a new one. There is a bit of romance for both Jane and Charlotte and you will be  kept guessing throughout this very well written story, never sure who the “bad guys” are from one minute to the next. A solid ♥♥♥♥♥

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3 thoughts on “ONCE UPON A CRIME by Evelyn Cullet

  1. Thank you for the lovely review. It’s funny you should mention that Jane reminds you of a young Jessica Fletcher, because that’s exactly what her friend Charlotte says in one of my earlier novels, Love, Lies and Murder. I’m glad you could see the similarity, too.

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