Microphones and Murder Review

Microphones and Murder

Author:  Erin Huss 

Series: A Podcasting Mystery Book #1 

Rating: ✶✶✶✶/5 stars

Blurb: Tired of living life on the sidelines, Liv Olsen gave up everything—her job at the #1 podcast series in the country, her apartment, most of her belongings—to launch her own show, Missing or Murdered. Teaming up with her kid stepsister, Camry Lewis, the dynamic duo set out to be the next big thing in true crime.

On the program for season one, the sisters focus on the case of twenty-three-year-old Amelia Clark, who vanished ten years ago after an embarrassing video of her went viral. The police found the California native’s car and personal belongings, but the investigation quickly went cold. A decade later, Liv and Camry retrace Amelia’s final steps, unearthing dangerous secrets, lost loves, quirky characters, and a lifetime supply of cinnamon rolls. As funds run low and time runs out, the investigation is complicated by anonymous threats. Threats from someone who doesn’t want Amelia’s story told.

Liv and Camry have a lot riding on their Missing or Murdered podcast. Now it’s more important than financial success. They have to know.

What happened to Amelia Clark?

Henery Press did not let me down.  

This was good! Despite what could have been a heavy subject matter, this was written in the style of a cozy mystery. So it was light, had a cast of quirky characters and made me laugh out loud more than once.  Couple all that with the fact that I love podcasts and it was a home run for me. 

I will definitely be continuing on with the series. 

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