A Measure Of Murder by Leslie Karst is an engaging cosy mystery that is sure to keep you busy trying to figure out the culprit.
I liked the book, it was different from what I usually read and it was really entertaining. The pace was set nicely and was kept constant, one of the reasons I really liked the book. As far as cosy mysteries go, this one proved to be a really good one. The mystery was good and was really brought out by some good twists and turns that kept me guessing the entire time.
I liked the characters and enjoyed reading about them. The writing is good too, so, all in all, it was a nice cosy mystery. I'd recommend it to all mystery lovers, especially who like low-key ones.
I'd like to make a note here that I have not read the first part of this series, though it hardly felt like it because the story read like a stand-alone.