Organization expert Kate McKenzie is on track to make her new business, STACKED IN YOUR FAVOR, a hit in small-town Vermont. But when her first client, the wealthy Amelia Nethercutt, is found dead, the job takes a decidedly sinister turn.
Kate thought she and her family were making a fresh start in her husband’s hometown, but she quickly learns that small towns can hold big secrets. When her first client is poisoned just after Kate leaves her mansion, she knows she’s gotten off to a bad start. But things only get worse when the police find Kate’s fingerprints on the murder weapon, suddenly putting her in the position of suspect number one. The stopwatch is ticking for Kate to prove she had nothing to do with the murder, and the odds are further stacked against her when items stolen from the Nethercutt mansion start showing up in the McKenzie home. Now, Kate must trust her methodical skills and expert eye to sort out who is trying to frame her and to find the real killer before she’s organized right into a jail cell.
My Review: 4 Stars This is a brand new series for Ritter Ames. Kate McKenzie, give you a exclusive resorts for uncluttering your life, while telling a take of a murder of a client ad trying to find out who did it. She is married to a fabulous ex pro hockey player that has also left Kate to being a suspicious detective on her own with a little help from a couple friends in a tiny close knit town in Vermont where she raises her two children.
About the author:
Ritter is an award-winning author who writes the fast-paced suspense Body of Art mystery series and the cozy mystery Organized for Mystery series, both published by Gemma Halliday Publishing.
While in the past Ritter has published nonfiction books and biographies under different names, she now focuses most of her time and writing energies on globe trotting the world via her keyboard to create memorable characters and fascinating fiction novels for readers. In this great new endeavor, her cat muse remains faithfully by her side — only voicing displeasure when the food bowl sits empty due to Ritter focusing more on writing than on kibble.
Ritter tries to blog regularly at http://ritterames.wordpress.com/ and uses her Pinterest boards at http://www.pinterest.com/ritterames/ to capture great places and ideas she wants to use in both series. Follow her blog and boards to learn more about Ritter and her upcoming books