In Michelle Kelly's A Death at the Yoga Cafe, the 2nd installment in the Keeley Carpenter cozy mystery series, the town of Belfrey is hit by another gruesome tragedy. After the Terry Smith murder, things haven't seem to calm down for Keeley. When she witnessed the heated argument outside of her yoga cafe between Raquel and her mayor boyfriend. Then when he's found murdered, Raquel is the prime suspect and asks Keeley for help to prove her innocense. At the same time of her mother's surprise arrival to visit, things had got cozy for her and DC Ben Taylor, until she did some outside snooping of her own for Raquel's insistance. That had put a kink into her relationship with Ben. When she had finally figured it out, the killer had put her in the face of danger with the shocking truth, and things had gotten better with Ben, too.
This was an intriguing cozy that's set in Belfrey, England. I found Keeley and Ben both charming as a couple and how they sorted through their feelings for each other. I did feel sorry for Raquel in a way. I did like the scenic locations in Belfrey and amusing settings for the storyline like her yoga cafe with delicious healthy treats. I did enjoy the storyline arc, when each chapter emphasizes on a yoga pose and its benefits in learning yoga. This would keep you guessing and root Keeley on with every twisted turn with drama, non-stop action, intrigue and suspense along the way.
Will you enjoy a visit and read A Death at the Yoga Cafe today?
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