Kaitlin Singer needs time off—from a philandering husband, from a writing career stalled on a buzzard as a main character, and from the stash of chocolate in her lingerie drawer. Her decision to return to her childhood home might seem like the perfect way to get her life back together were it not for her mother foisting two visitors on her, guests who claim to be guardian angels. Perhaps not all is lost, for the angels might just be the companions she needs to help her solve the murder of a local newspaper columnist. To uncover clues to the crime, Kaitlin takes over the dead woman’s work, writing the column as well as volunteering in the senior center, moves that put her in the path of the killer. She and her guests will need assistance from a pot-bellied pig and some pool skills to bring the murderer down.
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A writer, unexpected guests, pool sharks, and a death that didn't appear to be from natural causes. Angel Sleuth took place in a small town that was for the most part free from crime, but not free from the pettiness and gossip that happens in small towns. Now with the death of the town's most-loved resident, Leda, who was also the local advice columnist, the town heated up with intrigue and suspicion. Once Leda’s body showed up, there were more bodies to follow and many connections that were discovered. This is a fun cozy mystery with great characters. The characters are sweet, lovable, innocent, and delightful....well most of them were :) There also are characters that are evil, characters that are involved in drug traffic and organized crime, and characters such as Desdemona the pig who saved the day at one point. The story line was great and with all the eccentric, adorable characters, the book was difficult to put down. Enjoy this quick, delightful read. 5/5 This book was given to me free of charge in exchange for an honest review.