Killer Cocktail is the first Molly Forrester mystery written by Sheryl J. Anderson that I have had the pleasure of reading. And I must say that I did enjoy it.
I always look forward to reading a book by an author that's new to me. I like to see how humorous the book is, what the author's particular writing style is like, and so on. It's almost like making a new friend. Sheryl J. Anderson entertained me with her heroine, Molly Forrester.
Molly is an advice columnist in the Big Apple. She and her two best friends, Tricia and Cassady, are about to spend a weekend in the Hamptons to celebrate Tricia's brother's engagement. But when the prospective bride gets herself murdered, it definitely ruins the party. Tricia's brother, David, is the prime suspect, but Tricia, Cassady and Molly all believe him to be innocent. So, they must prove it. No easy task. And what makes matters harder for Molly is the fact that her on-again off-again boyfriend, Kyle, is a policeman, and he also gets involved in the entire affair.
This was a very enjoyable book for me. At 309 pages, it was a good story with wit and style, and I am looking forward to reading the other Molly Forrester books in the series.
I would recommend this book if you are looking for a good mystery starring a sophisticated big city girl and her two friends who seem to find murder without even trying.