#bookreview: THE BODY IN THE WETLANDS by Judi Lynn

The Body in the Wetlands went live today! Happy book birthday, Jazzi, Ansel, and Jerod. And Staci Troilo was kind enough to share it and review it on her blog. Thank you, Staci!

Staci Troilo

Ciao, amici! Happy Tuesday. I have another review for you. Not long ago, I read, thoroughly enjoyed, and reviewed Judi Lynn’s cozy mystery, The Body in the Attic. You can read that post here.

Today, I have the pleasure of discussing its sequel, The Body in the Wetlands.


High summer in River Bluffs, Indiana, is always sweltering and sweet. But the heat is really on when a decidedly dead body turns up in the neighborhood.

When established house flippers Jazzi Zanders and her cousin Jerod donate a week’s worth of remodeling work to Jazzi’s sister Olivia, they’re expecting nothing more than back-breaking roofing work and cold beers at the end of each long, hot day. With Jazzi’s live-in boyfriend and partner Ansel on the team, it promises to be a quick break before starting their next big project—until Leo, an elderly neighbor of Olivia’s, unexpectedly goes…

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