Book Review: Jeopardy in High Heels (High Heels, #12) by Gemma Halliday and Catherine Bruns
Gemma Halliday never fails to disappoint, and Jeopardy in High Heels was no exception. From the get go, I was sucked into the storyline and couldn't wait to find out "whodunit". And, I can honestly say that I didn't guess who the killer was, which is refreshing to say the least.
I loved that all my favorite characters made an appearance, especially Jack Ramirez, who had a larger part in this edition compared to other books in the series. Even the twins made an appearance, and their characters were more developed.
Another thing I enjoyed was that the television game show Jeopardy and Alex Trebek were incorporated into the plot because it's one of my favorites game shows to watch. With that being said, I found myself saddened that Alex Trebek died in real life while I was reading the book.
This particular series is one of the better cozy mystery book series in my opinion as it has a bit of everything in it . . . romance, comedy, and of course, mystery. It's also a comfort read for me because it's always like "going home again". I gave Jeopardy in High Heels (High Heels, #12) five out of five stars.