First Degree Mudder Book Review
We just got back from visiting extended family in Ohio for the Thanksgiving holiday. When I was packing for the trip, I had to decide what book I wanted to take with me. I wanted to take along a light and fun read and First Degree Mudder by Kate Dyer-Seeley was a perfect choice. This is the fourth book in the Pacific Northwest Mystery Series, but it was new to me. However, the author is not. I love Kate’s Bakeshop Mystery books that she writes under the name Ellie Alexander.
This series follows journalist Meg Reed on her adventures working for an adventure magazine in Portland, Oregon. Although I was new to the series, I did not feel left behind starting at book four. I immediately connected with Meg’s enthusiasm for her family, friends, and life in general.
One thing I thought was very cool about this series is I almost felt like the murder was a sub-plot to more complex storylines going on in Meg’s life (she is investigating the death of her father who was also a journalist working on a expose when he died). Meg’s journey through processing her father’s death and trying to find answers is a great story that I’m excited to read more about in future books. It was nice to have a mystery follow the protagonist that makes you want to keep reading – something that is unique in cozy mysteries I’ve come across.
I am honored to kick off the Great Escapes Virtual Book Tour for this book. Today through December 7th a crew of top book bloggers will be featuring this great book on their sites. They will be letting you know their thoughts, providing interviews with the author, guest features, and more. Stop by their sites and check out all the exciting elements they have to offer.
And now, for a giveaway. Kate is giving away a prize pack including signed copy of each of her Pacific Northwest Mystery books. Enter today. This is a series you want to have on your reading list!