Book Review Dead in a Dumpster by B.L. Blair

Book Review Dead in a Dumpster by B.L. Blair Review by Dawn Thomas 210 Pages Publisher: B.L. Blair (self-published) Mystery, Women Sleuths  Leah Norwood is the owner of Sense and Sensibility, a shop that sells fragrances and body products. Leah is annoyed when her delivery truck cannot park because another shop owner has the parking area blocked. Leah goes next door and asks them to move the truck. Isabel, the manager, tells her she would have to wait until their truck was finished unloading. When Leah tells Isabel the delivery driver has another appointment and he cannot be late, Isabel finally relents. Leah spends the rest of the day annoyed by the morning antics and shares her feelings with others. Later when Isabel turns up dead in the dumpster behind the shop, Leah is the prime suspect. Leah begins investigating the murder trying to clear her name and stumbles into a drug ring. After a few near misses, Leah realizes she is out of her league. This was a great beginning for the series. It was a fast read and the action kept my attention. I really enjoyed the book and look forward to future books in the series.