Riley Cooper Mysteries, Book Four
Five of five stars given
Rylie asks herself “what have I done to deserve this?” when her newest assignment for the Ranger service is to babysit a group of sullen teens with community service hours to complete. When they’re out cleaning up litter from the trail and they find part of a body, things get interesting. Turns out it’s a prosthetic. Turns out it’s connected to a missing person / murder case that was never resolved.
Rylie knows Luke and his colleagues are hiding something and she’s determined to find out just what that is.
Bixby’s ranger-sleuth has a nose for trouble, and though she’s warned off the case – several times – she just can’t help but ask a few questions. That lead her into danger. Can she find her way out of it before it’s too late?
I enjoy reading about Riley’s adventures. She’s quirky. She’s determined. She’s a little mixed up too. But it all combines into a fun package that delivers suspense, a bit of romance and chuckles. Rylie Cooper Mysteries is a series I’m sure you’ll enjoy; I’m looking forward to the next installment!
[Many thanks to the author for the opportunity to read an Advance Reader Copy of this book. This is my honest review, the opinions expressed herein are entirely my own.]