It’s Parade Day, and Margie would have thought that any trouble would have centered around drinking and motor vehicles. Or being trampled by horses. Or clowns. But the latest homicide investigation is nowhere near the parade route, but on the outskirts of town. And the culprit appears to be a tiny boat.
Why do so many deaths in parks have to be by drowning?
Margie Patenaude is once again looking at death in the water. The boats may be small, but the suspect list is growing.
P. D. Workman never fails to draw me into a story in the first few lines, no matter which of her many different series I am reading. She can usher you from one genre to another seemingly with the ease of changing socks
Another brilliant standalone story in an excellent series from a master storyteller