Friday, July 5, 2019

Missing in Beaver Falls Book Reviewed


Missing in Beaver Falls Book Reviewed

Missing in Beaver Falls Mystery Reviewed
Roni Rainer Mysteries Book 4
 
The Roni Rainer Mystery Series written by Beverly Owens is my favorite cozy mystery series ever.  I find the characters easy to love and fun to know.  There have been times when I wished they were real life people so I could interact with them. I would really like to sit down and have a long chat with Kitchi, the old Mide.

Roni Rainer, the main character and owner of the Revived up-cycling shop, is always trying to help everyone around her.  That is a character I can easily respect.  I have no doubt we would be immediate friends.  Her employees, Charlotte and Clay are just quirky enough to adore, yet also wish to protect.

Charlotte's ability to take something useless and make it into a work of art, fascinates me. While I enjoy recreating the item described in my minds eye, I would love to see them in reality.  


Missing In Beaver Falls


When a local girl goes missing, the town is divided on what they believed happened to her. Some believe she ran off, while others believe she was abducted. 

Most of us already know, new residents in a small town are not always immediately embraced, especially if they arrive with an arrogant attitude.  Being attractive and young doesn't help either.  The local girls often feel an immediate dislike due to jealousy.  After all, single men are limited and the new competition is not appreciated.

Tiffany Abbott was not well liked by most of the residents in Beaver Falls. While they appreciate her ability to cut and style hair that best flatters every face, that is the extent of their praise for her.  However, the men seem to find her very appealing.  Her admirers include Zack Maxwell, a young, local deputy. 

Several of the Beaver Falls residents are empaths, which literally means they are "a person with the paranormal ability to apprehend the mental or emotional state of another individual."  Because they have visions of where Tiffany is, Roni believes Tiffany is alive and she starts searching and watching for the things that have been "seen" by the empaths.




To find out what really happened to Tiffany Abbott, you will need to read "Missing in Beaver Falls".  This book could be read and enjoyed alone.  However, if you wish to really get to know the characters, you might prefer to start with Book 1, Death Takes A Spin: An Up-cycling Mystery.




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Roni Rainer Series Books Previously Reviewed on ReviewThisReviews.com


Death Takes A Spin: An Up-cycling MysteryDeath Takes A Spin: An Up-cycling Mystery
(Roni Rainer Mysteries Book 1)

A truly fabulous story with several very endearing characters. Each character was more like a real person with real lives, real concerns and even real fears and danger.



The small town of Beaver Falls is shocked when the body of Mateo Hernandez is discovered. Why was this innocent young man murdered? What had he witnessed? A spellbinding mystery that you will definitely want to read.


Roni Rainiers peace and tranquility is shattered when she discovers a dead body in her favorite place for solitude. Why would anyone wish to kill this gentle giant of a man.



Missing in Beaver Falls Book Review Written by:
House of Sylvestermouse





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9 comments:

  1. I don't normally read cozy mysteries, but this one sounds good. I especially like up-cycling, so the Revived element of the story would be very appealing. And, of course, I think it is important to be united as writers. I am always interested in what my colleagues are creating. I'm glad you reviewed Bev's book. I'll go check it out right now.

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  2. Always fun to have a new book out in a favorite series and really special to have the book written by a colleague. Well done, Beverly Owens, and terrific review, Sylvestermouse Cynthia.

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  3. I am thoroughly enjoying Beverly's Roni Rainer series. Always looking forward to the next one.

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  4. Oh thank you so much for this review Cynthia! Gosh, you made me want to read it...and well, I know the story!

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  5. Bookmarking for my friend who loves mysteries!

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  6. I’ve been meaning to start reading Bev’s Roni Rainer series for a while (so many books, so little time). Thanks for reminding me about it! I’ll definitely start with Book 1, as you suggested.

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  7. Am so impressed with Beverly's collection of writings. Terrific accomplishment to be proud of. I'll have to dive into her books!

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  8. Missing in Beaver Falls sounds like the kind of story I like to read when I'm at The Shack. Don't ask me why. After all, it seems a little strange to read a small-town-scary while in the sticks outside of a very small town. But I like it. This is going on my "to read" list!

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  9. I have read the other 3 novels by Bev Owens and enjoyed them thoroughly. I am getting this one too. Thanks for writing something I enjoy reading. You always keep me guessing at what will happen next! I love that!

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