Picture Perfect Murder

(3 customer reviews)


Hold on to your seats as hilarious and talented cozy mystery author, Jenna St. James, takes you on the ride of your life! You’ll laugh, you’ll cringe, you may even scream during this rollicking romp through the town of Granville, Missouri.

Ryli Sinclair had no idea that moonlighting as a forensic photographer for the Granville Police Department would put her directly in the path of a crazed killer. Determined to identify the murderer before she becomes the next victim, Ryli enlists the help of her best friend, Paige, and her elderly great-aunt, Shirley, a former private investigator. From the driver’s seat of Aunt Shirley’s coveted ’65 Falcon, Ryli and the girls are hot on the trail of the murderer…and hilarity ensues, as the ridiculously handsome chief of police, Garrett Kimble, throws stumbling blocks in their path at every turn.

©2015 Jenna St. James (P)2019 Jenna St. James

3 reviews for Picture Perfect Murder

  1. Julie Howard

    I enjoyed book two in this series so much that I had to go back and start at the beginning. So glad I did this book was just as funny as the other book and I enjoyed them immensely. The mystery was good, with plenty of suspects and the love interest kept the story interesting.I just love the characters, especially Aunt Shirley what a hoot. If you are a fan of Jana DeLeon’s Miss Fortune series then this is the series for you .
    Ryli trying to pay her bills is doing two jobs. The first is as a reporter for the local newspaper but it is the second one which is about to make her life interesting, that of crime scene photographer. After taking photos of a dead body Ryli can’t help but ask questions in town, she know everyone and why wouldn’t she join in with the local gossip. Okay she might know more about the crime scene than the average gossip but should that really put her on a killer’s radar. Obviously it has because when she receives the cut out heart belonging to the victim even she must admit to being in trouble. When police chief Garrett also warns her to stay out of it, Ryli does the one thing she can do turns to her friend and aunt for help to stop a killer before she becomes the next murder that needs investigating.
    I really like the narrator and think she does an excellent job with the characters making them fun and likeable, which turns a great story even better.

  2. Inishowen Cailín

    This was great fun. A thrilling mystery with lots of humour and a dash of romance. The perfect read to entertain me for a few hours. I’m looking forward to reading the rest of the series.

  3. Neva Li

    It’s an early book, and the narration wasn’t as comfortable as I’d like. She was a bit stiff. Overall, though, it had its fun moments. Love my cozies and this was quite enjoyable, really.

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