Perish in the Palm (a Sunny Meadows Mystery #4)

Perish in the Palm (a Sunny Meadows Mystery #4)

by Kari Lee Townsend
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Perish in the Palm 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
rhonda1111RL More than 1 year ago
4 stars This is the fourth book in the series Sunny Meadows Mystery but the first book that I have read in the series. While it does stand alone, I know I missed a lot of the characters relationships in the past. I would have liked to read the other books first in the series. I had no clue who the murder was and why. Plenty of suspects. The one character I would of really liked to know more about there history is Morty the cat. He really has a bad reputation. I can tell he must have done a lot to some of the characters. Sunny is the main character. She reads palms, is physic, helps the police. Her parents don't believe in her. Neither does her boyfriend Detective Mitch Stone. She does have some good friends who do. Sunny gives a reading for entertainment and the next day he is murdered at her best friend's wedding. Sunny's mother is the prime suspect. I cared about Sunny. I wanted to see her and Detective Grumpy Pants work things out. I really liked the ending. I would read more about Sunny. The setting was Divinity, New York. This has plenty of drama, characters, murder, visions and a good dose of humor. It is also a clean read. I was given this ebook to read and in return I agreed to give a honest review and be part of Perish in the Palm blog tour
CozyUpWithKathy More than 1 year ago
Sunny Meadows is back! Perish in the Palm by Kari Lee Townsend The Fourth Sunny Meadows Mystery Sunny Meadows is back! Sunny is a fortune teller in Divinity, New York. She lives in an old Victorian with Morty (a more than mysterious cat), her Grandma Gert, and now her boyfriend Mitch (who still sometimes morphs into Detective Grumpy Pants). Sunny is pleased to be maid of honor at her friend Jo's wedding, even though her mother is horning in. When her mom takes one to many verbal jousts at the owner of the reception site, Sunny steps in with some entertainment in order to distract everyone. She reads Peirce's palm, but sees some disconcerting images...and treasure. When a storm hits and the lights go out, everyone is shocked-especially when Sunny's mom is found standing over the dead body of Peirce, knife in hand. Was it Peirce's financial activities that caused his death, or was someone just out to ruin a wedding? Whatever the case, Sunny is determined to prove her mother innocent! Sunny and her mother have a difficult relationship, neither truly understanding the other. We see that while her mom can relate to her friends, to Sunny's eyes even being more of a mom to them, their own relationship is fraught with tension. But your mom's your mom so when Vivian becomes prime suspect in a murder investigation, Sunny will do everything she can to prove her innocence, whether the assistance is wanted or not. In Perish in the Palm Kari Lee Townsend explores more of this mother/daughter relationship and we see the growth and bond of these two characters deepen. I was happy to hear that Sunny was back in Divinity with a new mystery. Living in Western New York I can easily picture this Central New York town and feel quite at home, especially in Sunny's Victorian. I'm thrilled to read more about Morty and love getting his take on the situation and the clues he tried to provide Sunny. I appreciate how Kari Lee Townsend is exploring different forms of divination-palm reading in this book as well as how Mitch is coming to appreciate her paranormal abilities. While Sunny still shows her immaturity at times, both she and Mitch are growing as characters as well as growing as a couple. Perish in the Palm is also a good mystery with numerous plausible suspects as well as a secondary mystery-a hunt for treasure! Recipes are included. FTC Disclosure – The publisher sent me a copy of this book in the hopes I would review it.