Vampires and Villains, written by Elizabeth Pantley, is a delightful and engaging mystery novel that will keep readers guessing until the very end. The story centers around Paige and her Aunt Glo, who have formed a book club group with a group of lovable characters to explore the magic of the library they inherited. The group decides to take a cruise to Hawaii, but they soon realize they didn't read the whole blurb about the book they're reading and find themselves in the middle of a murder mystery
The characters are well-developed and relatable, making it easy for readers to become invested in their story. The plot is well-crafted and full of twists and turns that will keep readers on the edge of their seats. The setting of a cruise ship provides a unique and exciting backdrop for the mystery to unfold.
The author, Elizabeth Pantley, does a great job of weaving the elements of magic and mystery together to create a captivating and suspenseful story. The pacing of the story is spot-on, keeping readers engaged from start to finish. The writing style is easy to read and flows seamlessly, making it a quick and enjoyable read.
Overall, Vampires and Villains is a must-read for fans of mystery novels. It's a fun and engaging story that will keep readers guessing until the very end. With well-developed characters, a unique setting, and a suspenseful plot, it's a great choice for anyone looking for a thrilling and entertaining read.
From The Back Of the Book
Paige & her joyful Aunt Glo have learned that the home they inherited comes with a magical library. They put together a book club group of loveable kooks to explore the magic. They’ve recovered from their first book journey, and they all agree on their next book which takes place on a cruise ship bound for Hawaii. Problem, they were so excited about the cruising idea that they didn’t read the entire blurb on the back of the book. Once on the ship, they meet a charming and likeable man who blends seamlessly into their motley group. Too bad they don’t know why he’s so scarce during the day but shows up to join them every evening for dinner, drinks, and a show. When a dead body shows up on board, their new friend is labeled a suspect. Can they help him out by finding the real murderer? Or is he the real murderer? The book club will need to solve the case to get off the ship, out of the book, and back to their home.