I have been a fan of Noelle Granger’s mystery series about the adventures of the intrepid Rhe Brewster since the first book was published several years ago.
I love this series!
Rhe is an ER nurse who works part time with the Pequod, Maine Police Department. She has a boisterous young son, a brother in law who is crazy about her (and who just happens to be the chief of police), and a best friend who must be the world’s best cook. I think I gained at least 5 pounds just reading about the meals consumed by Rhe and the other characters in the book.
One of the things I like most about this series is Granger’s endearing characters. Picking up this latest book was an opportunity to say hello again to some old friends I hadn’t seen in a while. What a warm and inviting treat to meet up again with Rhe and the folks who inhabit the coastal community of Pequod.
In this latest outing, Rhe has her hands full. In addition to investigating a murder that occurred at the town’s pumpkin festival, she’s also involved in organizing a campaign to help her brother in law retain his position with the Pequod PD in spite of angry student protests over the arrest of the local college athlete. That is just the tip of the iceberg: she must also evade the clutches of a crazy person out to kill her and anyone she cares about. Did I mention she manages all this while juggling a male suitor or two?
If you’re unfamiliar with N.A. Granger’s Rhe Brewster mysteries, check them out. They are great fun to read and will definitely hold your interest.
The series is available in paperback at Amazon – as well as in ebook format via Kindle.
And because you were all nice enough to read my review, I’ll let ya in on a little secret: I have it from reliable sources that a fourth book continuing Rhe’s adventures is in the works. Now that ought to add some sunshine to the day of any Rhe Brewster fan! It sure did mine.