Woo Hoo. We;re hitting the road with Walt and Betty, and I’m sure there will be a mystery or two to solve while we hike the trails of Arizona.
I am so happy to be back in the RV with Walt and Betty and this time we will be hiking the trails and solving a mystery in the shadow of the Superstition Mountains in Arizona.
I love the play on their name Rollin…pronounced as if saying rolling down the road.
Betty is the Jessica Fletcher of the RV world.
Their son had died and Betty could not let it go. She needed to know why. Had to have answers, but there were none. They sold everything, bought an RV and began to travel. Maybe that is why she is persistent in her need to know what’s going on right under her nose, like the dead man and two missing people.
I do like that the characters talk about their surroundings, the weather, and the people they meet. They love to people watch, trying to guess what was going on in their lives. They talk about RVs and what it means to be a permanent traveler. It lends an air of authenticity and reality making it easy to put myself in their shoes. She even throws some history in the mix.
The Superstition Mountains were given their name because the Pima and Apache Tribes were superstitious about the mountains and the settlers gave them their name. It is also the home of the Lost Dutchman’s mine.
Could there be a hidden gold mine with riches waiting to be discovered? Does that explain the brief flashes of light Betty has seen?
If you are looking for an easy reading cozy mystery with some travel and local history of the locations the characters visit, meeting some interesting people and solving crime, this is a series for you. Each book stands alone and takes place in a different state in the US.
I voluntarily reviewed a free copy of Superstition Victim by Ellen Behrens.
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