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Reviewed by Trudi LoPreto for Readers' Favorite
When Chelsey comes home to find Bryce in her living room, she is scared, surprised, but yet secretly glad to see him. Bryce is a police detective who has been accused of murdering his friend and retiring chief of police Archie Wallace. Chelsey is a novice private detective and she vows to prove Bryce innocent. The pair quickly finds themselves in trouble and are forced to ask Chelsey’s boss Freddy for help, who immediately has them hide at his brother’s house. Geri and Frank are true Italians who believe the answer to all problems is to sit down and have a good meal. Bryce is told to stay out of sight and Chelsey goes out in search of clues to prove there is reasonable doubt that Bryce is not the murderer. Chelsey uses her own quirky methods in interviewing suspects, searching out clues, and avoiding the police who are looking for her. Romance is on the cards for Chelsey as well with an ex-husband, an unresponsive boyfriend, and of course, Bryce.
Major Crimes is a whimsical, fun, light hearted mystery. Michele Lynn Seigfried has created characters with great personalities that are very true to their New Jersey roots. If you are looking for a good mystery with a touch of humor, romance, detective work and more, then Major Crimes (Jersey Shore Mystery Series Book 4) is a surefire winner. I have not read any of the other three books, but it was never a problem; the story was new and fresh and there was never any question as to what information I could be missing. This is a quick and entertaining mystery sleuth book that I highly recommend.