[Pane and Suffering] E–pub Æ Cheryl Hollon
We got to know her and because of that it was hard to connect to her or anyone else in this book for that matter I felt we stayed very distant from the character hearing what went on with them but never really feeling the emotions Beside that I thought it was a bit weird how Savannah basically runs around telling strangers she just met how her father was killed and sharing the hints he left her with them as well In her situation I am sure I would be a lot of scared and aranoid It just felt like she trusted everyone a bit too easily especially seeing how her father had just been murdered and the killer could be someone she knewThere is an attempt to build the small town setting but while I liked what we saw it never really came fully alive the side characters were fun but stayed retty flat There is an attempt at romance but it never really Davids Sling progresses much and I didn t really feel their connection The glass shop setting was interesting and original as a setting There are two or so chapters from theoint of view of a olice detective but I thought it had worked better if he had chapters or wasn t there at all Now it felt a bit off "with how he only two artly chaptersTo summarize Pane and Suffering was an enjoyable book but I "how he only had two chaptersTo summarize Pane and Suffering was an enjoyable book but I had a lot of issues with it My opinion on this book can best be described as okay The Learner Strategies in Language Learning plot and mysteryrogressed slowly and when a real hint was dropped I immediately figured out who the killer was I wasn t really engaged in the mystery and in the last few chapter sit suddenly Dangerously Placed progresses a lot faster compared to the rest of the book I thought the explanation of the killer and why he did it was a bit weird The subplots didn t uite work for me or made me feel it Savannah was an okay main character but I never really connected or cared about her and I thought she trusted strangers a bit too easily There is a small hint at romance building the small town setting and the side character but nothing really came alive for me I did like the glass shop as setting All in all this was an okay cozy mystery nothing really stood out but I did enjoy the read Glass blower Savannah Webb shockingly loses the two most important men in her life in only a few days time her dad John Webb and his close friend and associate Hugh Trevor Both were master stained glass craftsmen Her dad s thriving business Webb s Glass Shop isrimely located in the Grand Central District of St Petersburg Florida Reeling from both deaths Savannah isn t ready to deal with the offers. Shop Savannah intends to hand over ownership to her father's trusted assistant and fellow glass expert Hugh Trevor but soon discovers the master craftsman also dead of an apparent heart attackAs if the coincidence of the two deaths wasn't suspicious enough Savannah discovers a note her father left for her in his shop warning.
Summary ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ☆ Cheryl Hollon
Savanna Webb returns to her home town to bury her father and "His Glass Blowing Shop "glass blowing shop his Just Destiny partner She is famous glass blower located in California and staying in Florida isn t in herlans When they discover her father was murdered and his Paradise Run partner is found dead Savanna and the town folk decide to help theolice find the murderer First in a new series this is a great little cozy with a set of characters that will entertain readers for many books Lots of great info on glassblowing and stained glass make for interesting side story Look for Book two Shards of Murder when you finish this one Savannah Webb has returned home for her father s funeral and to sell the family glass shop to longtime family friend Hugh But then Hugh dies from a heart attack Since that wa I received a copy in exchange for an honest reviewOne of my goals for this year was to read cozy mysteries so when I came across this cute looking cozy mystery on netgalley I hit reuest immediately Unfortunately the best way to describe my opinion about this book is that it s just okay Nothing really stood out or captured my attention I did enjoy the book but to me it fell a bit flat Pane and Suffering has a fun and original setting in a glass shop which I did like Even though it s a cozy mystery I felt like we got little feel for the small town setting and the mystery didn t really work for meI am still finding my way in this genre but I felt that the mystery had otential The mystery started of retty interesting with a close and ersonal death as the main character Savannah her father has died of a heart attack and then his best friend Hugh follows closely Then Savannah finds out a hint that hints to the fact they have been murdered I did Savannah finds out a hint that hints to the fact they have been murdered I did how Savannah notified the olice and the Dignity Rising 1: Gefesselte Seelen police did actually do work on the case Savannah also runs her own investigation following clues left by her father From the start there are uite someossible suspects but the mystery The Book of Mordred progresses very slow at first Then towards the end of the book there as one hint which might have been small but for me immediately revealed the real killer The whole explanation behind it felt a bit off Theace didn t uite work and there didn t seem enough rogression on the mystery but beside that it didn t feel like much happened either There was an interesting set up with her now owning the glass shop and slowly getting attached to it and the town but I just didn t feel it Savannah was an okay main character I didn t really feel like. To solve her father's murder and save the family owned glass shop Savannah Webb must shatter a killer's carefully constructed façadeAfter Savannah's father dies unexpectedly of a heart attack she drops everything to return home to St Petersburg Florida to settle his affairs including the fate of the beloved family owned glass. .