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Assault and Beret (Hat Shop Mystery) Audio CD – Audiobook, 3 January 2017
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William Graham is not only handsome and charming, but he also has a glamorous job as an insurance investigator who works with priceless pieces of art, most recently a small Renoir that has been discovered in a junk shop. But when both Will and the masterpiece suddenly disappear, it's up to the ladies from London to follow the trail of clues. They'll need to hold on to their chapeaus, however, because someone is a master in the art of deception . . .
- Publisher : Tantor Audio; Unabridged edition (3 January 2017)
- Language : English
- ISBN-10 : 1515960269
- ISBN-13 : 978-1515960263
- Dimensions : 13.46 x 1.52 x 18.8 cm
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“Assault and Beret” is the fifth and unfortunately last book in Jenn McKinlay's Hat Shop cozy mystery series. It is a shame the series is ending because I feel like the characters were just hitting their stride and this book develops the characters even more. I did miss the hat shop setting in this book as this book takes place in Paris, but all the favorite characters in the series managed to end up in Paris - which I loved because it is indeed the characters that made the series work so well. Viv especially has grown as a character - she can be a bit of a feather brain at times but her struggle to deal with her relationship with both her husband and Alistair is very realistically done. Compared to the Viv/Will/Alistair storyline, the Scarlet/Harrison storyline with her decision not to date for a year is a bit lightweight but it does wrap up very nicely - I just loved something that happens towards the end of the book! As for the mystery itself - it is well done. A few things did seem obvious at first but McKinlay threw in a few nice twists so things weren't as obvious as at first they seemed to be. There are a few nice tense moments towards the end of the book that kept me on the edge of my seat while I was reading it. All in all, I loved the ending of this book and the way the series was wrapped up.
I am not quite ready to let these characters go and I wish the series was not ending, but unfortunately it is and “Assault and Beret” is a good way of wrapping up a cozy mystery series that will be missed.