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Blog Tour with Review – Margaritas and Murder by CeCe Osgood

Blog Tour with Review – Margaritas and Murder by CeCe OsgoodMargaritas & Murder by CeCe Osgood
on September 9th 2016
Genres: Cozy Mystery
Pages: 222

I received this book for free from in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.


Stephanie Plum meets Bridget Jones in this hilarious yet suspenseful cozy mystery featuring Sunny Truly, a brand-new apprentice private investigator in Austin, Texas.
When a long ago childhood friend is found dangling in a tree—with a dead man in her apartment—Sunny is hired to prove the friend innocent of murder.
Frumpy, earnest and stubborn, Sunny goes undercover as a glam-girl to ferret out suspects at the nightclub where her friend worked.
With the aid of her wise-cracking boss, Cleve Haylock, and swoon-worthy police detective John Rock, Sunny uncovers an ugly secret with deadly consequences. Will Sunny be the next victim?

Sunny is working a new career as an apprentice P.I. Getting over a tumultuous divorce with an ex who sabotaged her career as a teacher, she needs the P.I. thing to work. Unexpectedly she lands herself on a case where her childhood friend is accused of murder. The friend was found in a tree with a dead man in her apartment. Police think it’s the perfect murder-suicide attempt. Can Sunny prove them otherwise?

In ” an Oyster Shell –  A great cozy mystery with a little bit of an awkward main character.

The Pearls – The concept of the story was interesting. I love a good Cozy. This fits the bill. It was a well thought out plot and was well executed.

The characters were interesting. I had my qualms with the MC in the beginning. Eventually, it all came together. There were a lot of supporting characters which balanced out the story quite nicely.

I like the idea of this series and plan on continuing on to the next book Merlot and Murder. I like the idea of using adult drinks as the theme. It is unique to cozies.

The Sand – The main character was awkward and boring at first. She took a lot of showers. It get’s better as the book progresses and she becomes a more likable character.

3.5 Stars

About CeCe Osgood

For many years I was in the movie world as a freelance script analyst, evaluating screenplays, novels, and non-fiction books (main client: HBO). I also reviewed scripts for the Nicholl Fellowship, the USA’s most prestigious screenplay competition sponsored by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences. During this time, I wrote screenplays and had two optioned.

My debut novel is the chick lit romantic comedy, THE DIVORCED NOT DEAD WORKSHOP.

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