Cozy Irish Mystery
Date Published: November 23, 2015
The last thing hair stylist Sassy O’Brien expects to find on her morning run on her local beach is a dead body. An addict of TV crime programs, she thinks, “What would Beckett do?” After ringing the police, she takes several crime scene photos on her mobile phone, as you do.
Much to Detective Donnelly’s consternation, Sassy’s involvement becomes instrumental in his investigation, especially as clues are overlooked by his team.
How will Sassy cope when all the clues point to her?
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CONTAINS SOME SPOILERS
This was a fun book. It was a very fast read as the characters were great,especially Sassy. She was a fun, lovable, and relatable character. I laughed quite a bit and also was surprised by the twists.
Sassy, the hair stylist, heads out for a run on the beach and bam she discovers a dead body. What a lame way to start your morning! Luckily Sassy is a crime expert, okay so she isn't but she watches many crime shows and thinks quick like they do in the shows.She take some pics and meets a sexy cop. I loved Sassy. She was different and fun. I enjoyed seeing the way she thinks as it wss funny and reminded me of me.
This is the first book I have read by this author. I plan to read plenty more though as her writing is wonderful, fun, and unpredictable.
Kemberlee was born and raised in Northern California in an area known as America's Salad Bowl. It was home to many authors, including John Steinbeck, and for a while Jack London and Robert Louis Stevenson.
In 1997, Kemberlee left the employ of Clint Eastwood when the opportunity to live in Ireland for six months presented itself. It was there she ended up meeting a man who convinced her to stay. Kemberlee is now celebrating her eighteenth year in Ireland and has been lucky to travel the country extensively, picking up a cupla focal along the way—a few Irish words.
Kemberlee has been writing since a very young age and over the years she has published dozens of travel articles and book reviews, as well as worked with some notable authors who’ve set their books in Ireland.
2006 saw the publication of Kemberlee’s first two short stories, Tutti-Frutti Blues and Dude Looks Like a Lady, set in her hometown. Since then, Kemberlee has published a number of short stories and novels, many of which are set in Ireland.