Murder Takes a Selfie by Shannon Symonds

August 10, 2021 | 1 Comment
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Murder Takes a Selfie by Shannon SymondsMurder Takes a Selfie
Author: Shannon Symonds
Series: By the Sea Cozy Mystery #1
Genres: YA Mystery/Suspense
Format: eBook, Print
Pages: 200
Date: August 10, 2021
Publisher: Indie

Oceanside High students Esther and Sophie prefer life between the covers of their favorite books, but they open an entirely new adventure and begin an exciting new chapter when the Stuart twins, Parker and Paisley, move from Great Britain to an oldmansion in Esther and Sophie’s small beach town. The girls score invitations to a celebrity author’s book-launch party at the twins’ mansion, but after the selfies are snapped, someone goes missing, and everyone is a suspect.

Used to hiding behind her glasses and cardigans, Esther has secrets that only her cat and Sophie know. But when someone’s life is at stake, what will Esther risk to solve the mystery and save her friends?

Rating: Moderate.


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About Shannon Symonds

Shannon Symonds

Shannon Symonds lives in a small coastal town in Oregon where she works, writes, and runs by the sea. She believes the world can be changed one heart at a time and every small act makes a difference. She worked for 15 years as an Advocate serving survivors of abuse. She will tell you, “Love really is the answer, it always was, and it always will be.”

One response to “Murder Takes a Selfie by Shannon Symonds

  1. Murder Takes a Selfie is a hit! It captures your attention and is filled page to page with exciting moments. It is unpredictable, captivating, and mind boggling. The coziness of it is lovely and by the end you feel like you’re snuggled tight in a weighted blanket.

    The characters had so much personality, dynamics were wonderful, and it all flowed smoothly. You’ll be dying to get your hands on the rest of the series. Also the end is so beyond perfect, you won’t be disappointed. I really loved how everyone grew throughout this book and stereotypes were broken and mended.

    It was really enjoyable to read through the story and try to keep guessing what is going to happen, even though I was only right about a few things throughout it haha. Author Shannon Symonds does a wonderful job showing her knowledge of advocacy side of domestic violence, without going into too much detail and making it uncomfortable. I highly recommend this book and I cant wait for more in the series.

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