Series: Marjorie Gardens Mystery #1
Author: A.E.H. Veenman
Goodreads Summary: For defense attorney Isis Ferrelli, life is good—until the second day of the Norman Kane trial…
Her client was accused of using QR code software he’d developed to steal a drug called Fentanol. But when he’s murdered, Isis fears someone from her own past might be involved. Her uncle, Louis Fernoza, put her through law school. Now a mob boss, he wants to end their estrangement and make use of the star attorney he created.
To protect those she cares about, Isis turns to her crime blog and her alter-ego Marjorie Gardens to find answers…
MyThugShot.com is Isis’s resource to find out how Kane’s QR code was hacked to set him up for the theft, and who had decided “dead” was a better strategy than “framed.” With the help of her blog followers, she begins to dig into the Kane family, where no one is who they seem.
Photographs of a building, a Nieman Marcus loafer, and a programmer with two names…
When a new online member appears at the Kane estate, Isis’s investigation is thrown into chaos. He seems to know the murderer…and how to take Isis offline permanently.
In order to find a tech-savvy killer, Isis must take her search into the digital age…even at the risk of her own unmasking.
My Review: **I received this book from the author in exchange for my honest review**
A great book with a unique mystery. The pacing was wonderful and never slowed, even as the mystery was wrapped up. There were a few parts that were slightly hard to follow, almost like a part of Isis' thought process was left out. Despite that, it was a highly enjoyable read, and I am looking forward to reading the next book.
My Manicure: Was there anything else that I could do for this manicure? It was just begging for QR codes. I had the waterslide decals custom made by Fangirl Polish. They are real, working codes, but I can only get my middle finger to work (figures, right?). If I could get them to work properly, they would bring you to different author/book links. The base is Zoya Purity, and for my first time ever using waterslide decals I think I did a decent job.