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Shards of Murder

Webb's Glass Shop Mystery Series, Book 2
Narrated by: C. S. E. Cooney
Length: 7 hrs and 10 mins
4 out of 5 stars (21 ratings)

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When a glass-making competition turns deadly, glass shop owner Savannah Webb must search for a window into a criminal's mind....

As the new proprietor of Webb's Glass Shop, Savannah has been appointed to fill her late father's shoes as a judge for the Spinnaker Arts Festival, held in downtown St. Petersburg, Florida. With her innovative glass works, the clear winner is Megan Loyola, a student of Savannah's former mentor. But when Megan doesn't show up to accept her $25,000 award, rumors start flying. And when Savannah discovers the woman's dead body on festival grounds, the police immediately suspect her of murder. 

To keep from appearing before a judge herself, Savannah sorts through the broken pieces of glass scattered around the victim for clues as to who took this killer competition too far....

©2016 Cheryl Hollon (P)2018 Tantor

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Anxiously waiting for the next installment

Cheryl Hollon has crafted another enjoyable installment in the Webb’s Glass Shop Mystery Series. This one is full of lovable characters and laugh out loud moments a plenty. C. S. E. Cooney does a wonderful job of bringing it all together.

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  • Beatrice
  • Houston, TX, United States
  • 06-26-18

1 star is more than enough

One star is more than enough for this book. The plot is unimaginative and flat. The characters are over the top and one dimensional. The narrator is overly dramatic and annoying. The moment Savannah became a suspect after not even knowing the victim I knew I wouldn't be able to finish the book. I won't be getting another book in this series.