Rhythm & Clues (The Odelia Grey Mysteries)

Amateur sleuth and paralegal, Odelia Grey, gets roped into another investigation, this time by her mother who lives in a retirement complex. One of the neighbours has gone missing and the complex management don’t seem to be taking it seriously. The missing man is an ageing rock star and once Odelia starts looking into the mystery, secrets from the past and present make her wonder where on earth he is.
This was a lovely light read and the perfect relaxing book to escape into. I like Odelia as she is smart, funny and willing to take a risk for her family and friends. The banter between her and her mother really works well. I liked the fact that there are a lot of interesting secondary characters, without whom her detecting wouldn’t be so successful. Nearer the end there were a fair few twists and turns and it really managed to surprise me. I now want to go back and read the series from the start.
I was given this ARC by Netgalley and Midnight Ink in return for an honest review.

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