Book Review-Body in the Books-Heather Huffman | Miki's Hope

Book Review-Body in the Books-Heather Huffman

Monday, March 7, 2022

Nora inherited a bookstore from an uncle she never knew. Off she went to Florida to see what had to be done. She not only inherited the bookstore-she was now the proud owner of a very smart greyhound named Margo. Margo pretended to not know how to do anything until Nora decided to move into her uncles cottage--what a transformation that dog made!!

She could not figure out how her uncle made money since the bookstore was usually void of customers. There was just one employee and she had some problems-a very unusual one. She found an accountant and handed over the books which were a mess. However the detective came and took them away. It seems her uncle was murdered--but by who?

This is truly a light and clean cozy!! Wonder who killed her uncle-read the book to find out. More good karma comes Nora's way--want to know what? Read the book!!

About the Book: (from Amazon)

Sometimes, owning a bookstore can be murder.

When Nora Jones inherits a dusty old bookshop from her estranged uncle, she moves to St. Augustine to tie up loose ends and maybe learn a bit about the man she never knew.

Only what first appeared to be a heart attack turns out to be murder, and there’s no shortage of suspects. The detective assigned to the case might be handsome and charming, but Nora’s convinced he’s chasing down the wrong lead.

With her newly-inherited Greyhound named Margo and a quirky band of friends in tow, Nora decides to track down the killer. She finds herself in a race to solve the murder before she becomes the next body in the books.

Body in the Books is the first installment of the Nora Jones lighthearted mystery series. Fans of Stephanie Plum, Nancy Drew, or Scooby Doo won’t want to miss this humorous whodunit novella.

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About the Author: (from Amazon)

Heather Huffman is a multi-genre author with publications in cozy mysteries, romance, and women's fiction. Quirky, optimistic, and a bit of a wanderer, Huffman cares deeply about causes pertaining to social justice and women's issues and has spent the past decade working with various charities that fight poverty, empower women, and fight human trafficking. At the center of her world are her three grown sons, her Australian Shepherd, and a spoiled puppy she shares entirely too many pictures of. Learn more at

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