$10,000 in Small, Unmarked Puzzles Review
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Puzzle lady Cora Felton steps into a mess when she agrees to make a money drop for one of attorney Becky Baldwin’s clients, who’s being blackmailed. During the errand, she discovers a corpse, then the money gets stolen, and she’s suddenly up to her eyeballs in trouble with local law enforcement.

While her niece, Sherry, is in the hospital after giving birth to a baby prematurely, Cora ends up chasing clues that lead to her ex-husband, Melvin, who may be in danger from a psychopath with a grudge. One thing is certain: the outcome won’t be a good one, no matter which way she goes with it.

Becky won’t tell Cora who the client is, but she has her suspicions, and the only way to catch the killer is to flush him out. Unfortunately, her plan is sure to put Sherry and her new baby in danger.

Author Parnell Hall’s $10,000 in Small, Unmarked Puzzles is a simple but fun mystery that will keep you running in circles as you try to follow along with Cora and solve the case. Snappy dialogue and witty repartee will keep you engaged in the plot as it moves along in a fast-paced fashion.

The characters are engaging and funny—much like actual people that you’d like to know in real life. They may seem to irritate each other, but you’ll get the sense that they’re just part of one great big happy family. Cora, meanwhile, is an unconventional hero—one who doesn’t have to stay within the restraints of law enforcement in order to catch a criminal—which makes for an amusing time.

The next time you’re looking for a book that helps you escape without making you think too much, pick up $10,000 in Small, Unmarked Puzzles; it’s sure to be a crowd pleaser.

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