Where There’s a Will… by Judy Penz Sheluk

Where There’s a Will… by Judy Penz Sheluk
Publisher: Superior Shores Press
Genre: Suspense/Mystery/Thriller, Contemporary
Rating: 5 stars
Reviewed by Snowdrop

Emily Garland is getting married and looking for the perfect forever home. When the old, and some say haunted, Hadley house comes up for sale, she’s convinced it’s “the one.” The house is also perfect for reality TV star Miles Pemberton and his new series, House Haunters. Emily will fight for her dream home, but Pemberton’s pockets are deeper than Emily’s, and he’ll stretch the rules to get what he wants.

While Pemberton racks up enemies all around Lount’s Landing, Arabella Carpenter, Emily’s partner at the Glass Dolphin antiques shop, has been hired to appraise the contents of the estate, along with her ex-husband, Levon. Could the feuding beneficiaries decide there’s a conflict of interest? Could Pemberton?

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Arabella’s Glass Dolphin is back and in truth Arabella is as sweet and unbecoming and yet as nosy as ever. Well maybe not nosy, just anxious to help her co-owner Emily get the house she “has” to have.

This is not a book about antiques, but it has enough tantalizing conversation about those beautiful old desks or a first edition book to keep me doubly interested. Sort of like a ribbon of candy running through an easy-to-read mystery.

This whole series has a ribbon running through it in the first place. Penz Sheluk teaches us to know the characters… hate some, love some, suspect some. She just paints them so well that they’re your friends. You know or should I say recognize who is who when you finish one book and pick up the next. How she manages to do this and yet make each book a stand-alone is something I really can’t explain. Interesting plots and interesting characters I suppose.

In truth, there’s no candy I need running through any of these books. I loved each of the Marketville Mystery series books and am lookin forward to the rest of the Glass Dolphin mysteries.

Watch for my next review on it, and we’ll watch for Penz Sheluk’s next book in the series together.


  1. Thanks so much for this lovely review (though this is book 3 in the Glass Dolphin Mystery series…Marketville Mysteries has 3 books as well). But this is such a wonderful compliment and I truly appreciate it.

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