Picture Imperfect

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She wanted to kill the competition. Just not like this.

When Wendy Fairmont stumbles across the body of the only other professional photographer in town, it doesn’t make for a pretty picture. And when she sees the photos he’s been taking, the suspects wish they’d never stepped in front of the camera.

Not only that, but her boyfriend’s mother and ex-girlfriend are conspiring to get Wendy out of the picture. It seems everything in her life hinges on one thing – a pie!

Picture Imperfect is Book 3 in the Killer Shot Mysteries. With a little snark, a touch of romance, and a lot of intrigue, cozy mystery fans are sure to love this fun, clean listen. Get it now to join in the fun.

1 review for Picture Imperfect

  1. Julie Howard

    This is another great who done it mystery by this author. In fact I have enjoyed all the books in the series and this book is no exception. Each book is a standalone mystery and other than the status of her relationship between her and the hunky neighbour they can be read in any order, just make sure you enjoy them all and I hope there is a lot more books in the series to come. The mystery was good and certainly kept me guessing over both the motive and the killer. But it is the characters that keep me coming back for more. Wendy is such a great character and really gives you the small town girl next door feel. I love the rivalry between her and the police chief’s wife, the comradery between her and her best friend and the shy complicated relationship between her and her boyfriend.
    Wendy is busy keeping her new business up and running, choosing a photo to enter into the town competition, deciding whether to enter a pie in the pie auction, meeting her boyfriends sexy ex girlfriend and meeting his mother for the first time at a disastrous dinner. But when her best friend phones to say the only other photographer has failed to show up, Wendy drops everything a rushes over to photograph a house being newly listed. He did turn up but somebody killer him. The police look closely at Wendy as getting rid of the competition. Then her house and place of business both get broken into, it seems the killer thinks Wendy has something. The only way for Wendy to stay out of jail and get off a killers radar, is to find it first. The photographer turns out to be shady and a number of people had a reason to hate him but can Wendy focus in on the real killer before it’s to late?
    I liked the narrator. She does a good job with all the voices needed to bring this story alive. I also like the fact that she has narrated all four books in this he series so far, as it adds continuity to the series.
    I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request from audiobooksunleashed and have voluntarily left this review.

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