I have really enjoy the different genres that Ann Gabhart has written in. Whether contemporary or historical she writes with a gentle pen and you can just sink into the story and find your way home. So I was very excited to hear that she was joining the mystery genre also. Murder at the Courthouse by A.H. Gabhart is a cozy mystery that promises to be fun to read.
Michael Keane gave up his job in Columbus so he could relax. He figured going to Hidden Spring KY was the pretty place to go as nothing ever happened there. Of course that is before they find a dead body on the step to the courthouse. The search for the killer leads Michael to question everything he thought he knew about small town living.
I always love reading descriptions on the back of a book that says "nothing every happen in such and such town." I think to myself, yup nothing happens there until an author of mysteries find you and then sudden half your town is dead and every killer in the country lives next door. Okay it isn't that bad, but it sure can feel that way. :-)
I am looking forward to reading Murder at the Courthouse as it looks like a lovely cozy mystery that seems to have a bit of bite to it. Ann's sense of humor and trying to figure out which of the small town citizens are lying will make for a fun little weekend read.