This is Book #4 in the Ivy Malone Mysteries series. It's set in a small town in the mountains of Colorado where Ivy is, as the title suggests, stranded because of motor home trouble. But not without plenty of excitement! A murder, a Roaring '20s chorus line, Nutty Norman and his chickens, plus the always-wary-of-commitment Mac.
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Ivy Malone and Abilene find themselves stranded in Hello, CO, when their RV breaks down on a mountain road. While waiting on costly repairs, Kelli Keifer offers them to stay in her Uncle Hiram's old house. He was murdered there two months before. The townspeople believe Kelli is responsible, but Ivy doesn't. So they move in.

They're a little nervous about not being on the road. Always worried the Braxtons or Boone will catch up to them again.

Abilene gets a job helping out the town vet. She really enjoys it! So much so that Ivy can tell Abilene may not want to return to the road. Ivy gets a job sorting Hiram's personal library that has been donated. Plus she ends up assisting with props for the yearly review. Being that she's so curious, she does some snooping and investigating into the murder. What she finds are lots of suspects she doesn't want to suspect. Who could have killed him and why?

This is a fabulous cozy mystery series. I hope there will be more in the future! I love Ivy and her LOL (little old lady) status. She is such a hoot! Her curiosity puts her into many hilarious adventures. Abilene is a great character as well. I've really enjoyed her addition into the series.

The people of Hello, CO, are great, too. The author has done such a great job of creating many different personalities. The plot has plenty of red herrings to keep the reader guessing and wanting to read more. I highly recommend this book and series.

Dawn Dowdle