Sleuth on Safari by A. R. Kennedy

Sleuth on Safari by A. R. Kennedy
Publisher: Self-Published
Genre: Contemporary, Suspense/Mystery
Length: Full (264 pgs)
Rated: 4 stars
Review by Rose

A bargain deal on a safari + one dead body = An adventure no one could plan for.

Naomi and her estranged sister are off on a trip of a lifetime—an African safari, a bucket list trip for Naomi on which she got a last-minute deal. Naomi thinks traveling with her sister will be the worst part of her African safari until she finds one of their fellow travelers, the unlikable Dr. Higgins, dead. She gets more adventure than she bargained for when she starts investigating what she thinks is murder but the luxury lodge says was a tragic accident. She only has a few vacation days, and a few game drives, to find the killer.

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I enjoyed the main character, Naomi, and it was great fun watching her interact with the rest of the characters on the safari trip she was able to score – especially with her sister as they are together for an extended time for the first time in many years (their dad “got Naomi” in the divorce while the sister stayed with Mom).  They were not estranged as much as not as familiar with each other as sisters who are raised together can be. I really hope Charlotte plays a part in the rest of the series….she was a good foil for Naomi.

I can understand Naomi wanting to know what happened and not just brush things under the rug. Once she figured out that there had been a murder, her innate sense of justice would not just let it be swept under a rug.  Besides, the internet was down…what else is a girl to do?

The descriptions of the safari itself were so much fun to read and, even though, it had never been on my bucket list before, I found myself wishing I could go on a trip like that (minus the murder…. I think).

I hope that some of the other characters also make appearances in future books– especially Jack. I have to admit, he was one of my favorites of the secondary characters.

I’m looking forward to seeing what other adventures Naomi and Charlotte get into.  Well done, Ms. Kennedy.


  1. Thanks for hosting!

  2. Diana Hardt says

    I liked the review. Beautiful cover. It sounds like a really interesting book. Thank you for sharing.

  3. James Robert says

    Thanks so much for both the book description and giveaway as well. I enjoy hearing about another good book.

  4. bernie wallace says

    Did you design the cover of your book?

  5. Sounds like a great read.

  6. This sounds awesome!!

  7. Victoria Alexander says

    Happy Friday – thanks for sharing!

  8. Caryl Kane says

    Sounds like a must read!

  9. A R Kennedy says

    Thank you for the great review! I love Jack too. He’ll make brief appearance in future books. A Traveling Detective needs a police officer on speed dial!


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