Publisher: Beyond the Page
Published: January 22, 2015
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Molly Appleby is a young writer for Collector’s Weekly, and when the reporter isn’t covering auctions and antique shows all over the South, she’s trying to get her new relationship with a coworker off the ground. When her latest assignment takes her to North Carolina pottery country to cover an exclusive kiln opening, she’s certain the show promises surprising offerings and rare finds. What she doesn’t expect to find is a dead body.
Quirky and I like quirky. This novel read differently than her Books by the Bay and Book Retreat series but I think that is good. It shows the wide range in which Ms. Adams is able to write.
I had very limited knowledge regarding pottery before reading this novel and honestly did not care to but found myself very interested in pottery by the end of the novel.
I’m anxious to learn more about Matt and Molly.