R.I.P in Reykjavik by A.R. Kennedy

R.I.P in Reykjavik by A.R. Kennedy
Publisher: Self Published
Genre: Contemporary, Mystery
Length: Full Length (149 pgs)
Rated: 4 stars
Review by Rose

Traveling with your family can be murder. One wedding party + one estranged mother = another vacation that goes array for Naomi.

Naomi is off on another international vacation. She thinks traveling with her mother will be the most difficult part of her trip until she meets the rest of the tour group—a wedding party. It only gets worse when she finds the groom dead. Everyone’s a suspect on her Icelandic tour of this stunning country.

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I was excited to go on another adventure with Naomi, the protagonist of Sleuth on Safari. This time she’s traveling with her mother and, once again, a dead body shows up.

It was wonderful to get a detailed glimpse of Iceland and learn about some of the special foods and habits of the people. It was also great getting another small glimpse of Jack (I loved him from the last book).

The mystery was just as good as the last one – I have to admit to not knowing who the killer was until the end. Good job on that!

And, I loved Naomi’s mother…finally. She was a hard one to swallow until all was revealed. I’m looking forward to the next book in the series – hopefully we’ll be able to meet Naomi’s brother. It was also really cool that Charlotte was involved long distance.

This is shaping up to be a really neat series and I can hardly wait to see where the author takes us next.


  1. Thanks for hosting!

  2. Alicia Kennedy says

    Thank you for the great review! Naomi travels with her Dad next!

  3. Rita Wray says

    Sounds like a great read.

  4. Victoria Alexander says

    It’s been a wonderful tour, thank for sharing all of the great posts along the way. I’m looking forward to checking out R.I.P in Reykjavik.

  5. Caryl Kane says

    Great review! Thank you for sharing.

  6. Diana Hardt says

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

  7. Bernie Wallace says

    How many books have you written so far? Congrats on the release.

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