Murder Buys A T-shirt

Murder Buys A T-shirt

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Glory Martine has inherited her uncle's Florida souvenir shop, one stuffed with collectibles, mementos of times gone by--and ghosts--who, like her customers, refuse to let go of the past. But things take an even more unexpected turn when a local football hero dies far too suddenly and suspiciously. Now, Glory has to uncover the truth before someone makes her history...

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RebelBelle13
Jan 05, 2019

I was really hoping that this cozy, first in a new series with a fun theme, would bring something new to the table. Sadly, it didn't. It is so generic, in fact, that I started forgetting about the plot and the characters the moment I closed the book. Very little backstory is given on our sleuther, Glory, and we're tossed right into her life with little to hold on to. Characters are thrown at us from every direction, and they feel more like caricatures than actual people- the gay couple who owns an antique shop, the nosy and worldly news reporter, the hunky neighbor with the mysterious backstory, and the overly-obsessive-but-has-a-heart-of-gold football coach. There's nothing here to tell us that this is, in fact, Keyhole Bay, Florida- it could be anywhere in the Southern United States. Fifield also stumbles a bit with the plot. It felt clunky and the writing seemed to be poor in sections. The mystery was easy to figure out, and I wasn't ever in suspense or worried for Glory. The only thing I'll be taking with me here is the memory of the blue parrot who is possessed by Glory's uncle, and curses up a storm.

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