is Minx Tobin, you ask? Minx
is a fitness instructor newly relocated to Los Angeles, California, who
has a knack for solving puzzles--puzzles concerning dead bodies. For
fun, romance, and... unexpected corpses, follow her adventures in this
murder mystery series!
Your Reading Pleasure
YORKSHIRE: A Minx
Tobin murder mystery romance.
Minx finds something unexpected under the Christmas tree. Unfortunately,
it wasn't left by Santa.
Ho, Ho... OH!
for the holidays, Minx Tobin introduces her parents to her homicide
lieutenant, Gabe Harris. Unfortunately for her, her ex-fiancť Jared drops
in on them, creating friction. But Jared soon needs Minxís help in the
sleuthing department because a gruesome ďpresentĒ is found under the
tree. Once again, Minx is hot on the trail of a desperate killer.
Gabe wants to do is propose to the woman he loves. Instead, he has to deal
with a cast of East Coast characters, including an unexpected murder. Why
do dead bodies always seem follow Minx Tobin??
4 1/2 STARS! Once more Minx finds herself in the
middle of the action, but this time she has the help of an
experienced police officer to wade through the clues. Add to the mix
an intelligent Yorkshire terrier who knows exactly where all the
bodies are buried, and you have a team that cannot be beat. With
lots of humor to keep things lively, Ms. Knight has the reader
guessing until the she reveals the killerís identity."--Sensual
4 STARS! "This is Minxís
fifth case, but itís the first time Iíve read this authorís
work. Ms. Knight does a nice job of creating a cozy mystery that's a
bit unusual. Who expects your next door neighbor to be shot to
death? She gives you enough suspects, all with motive, so itís not
obvious right away who the culprit is. The author writes a story
that flows well and includes some jealousy because the next door
neighborís son was once engaged to Minx and Gabe isnít sure the
attraction is completely over. As Gabe works with Minx to solve this
murder, the local cop is unhappy because they are messing in his
case and heís acting a bit funny towards Minx, too. Poor GabeÖ
The author writes a good drama/trauma story with almost everyone
being a bit guilty for some reason. She also gets you into the
romance between Minx and Gabe and you find yourself hoping neither
one of them will be bullheaded enough to ruin their budding romance.
Ms. Knight kept my attention and kept me reading to see just how she
would end the story. I was not disappointed. If you like a good cozy
mystery, get a cup of tea and find a comfortable chair. This one
will fill the bill for you. Why not see if you can identify the
murderer before Minx? I think youíll be surprised by the way it
turns out."--Long and Short Reviews, Aloe