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Reviewed by Keith Mbuya for Readers' Favorite
The small town of Eden Ridge, California, was hit hard by the news of the sudden demise of Ruth Mackenzie, an antique dealer and successful businesswoman. While Eden Ridge PD claimed Ruth had been a victim of a botched burglary, Alan Wright, the leader of a local “spiritual center” and Ruth’s friend, believed it was more than that. The night before her death, Ruth had asked Alan to meet her at her shop the following day, claiming she wanted to give him something extremely rare and valuable that she had kept locked away in a safe at the shop. Alan turned up the next day, only to find a murdered Ruth, her safe open and empty. Apparently, Ruth’s daughter Anna and her husband Cesar were against Ruth’s decision to gift Alan, who they thought of as a con artist, whatever she kept in the safe. Could they be behind the murder? Alan sets out to dig deeper into the mystery with help from The Little Red Hens, Ruth’s sister group, and Jewel, the editor of a local newspaper. Will Eden Ridge PD or Alan’s group nab Ruth’s killer and the thief of the items in the safe? Find out in Craig Allen Heath’s Where You Will Die.
This whodunnit will take you on a wild hunt for the ultimate truth amid half-clues and half-truths. If you are looking for a mystery murder novel whose plot is anchored in a gripping tale of small-town gossip, family feuds, paranoid detectives, shady religious leaders, charismatic spiritual non-religious leaders, and sisterhood drama, among so much more, you will love Craig Allen Heath’s Where You Will Die. Craig had me hooked from the start, spinning a hard-to-piece-together puzzle of mystery that boasted an intriguing plot. Just when I thought I knew who the perpetrator was, the action would quickly pick up pace in another direction, leaving me adding a pile of questions to the already growing pile of questions I had. The evocative depictions and the full-of-life cast colorfully brought Eden Ridge to life. Craig outlined their complex traits and emotions, making them authentic and easy to connect to. I found the Red Hens hilarious and reveled in their scenes. This book felt like I was watching a contemporary Hollywood mystery murder comedy movie.