Death and the Viking’s Daughter (by Loretta Ross)

Cozy Mystery

Wren and Death return for another fun mystery. Death is investigating the counterfeiting of a minor work of art while Wren pokes her nose into the disappearance of a young woman at a renaissance fair more than 40 years earlier.

Adding to their problems, having heard about Wren’s engagement to Death, her parents descended upon them and they’re anything but impressed with him.


The Auction Block mysteries aren’t all that surprising. Honestly they’re not particularly original.  What they have going for them is great characters and that’s what makes these books just a little better than the competition. I don’t often get to book four in a Cozy series. Honestly, I can only think of one other series that still interested me after four books (Southern Ghost Hunters by Angie Fox) but I’m still feeling the love for this series.

Many thanks to Midnight Ink and Netgalley for providing me with this review copy. 

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