Wicked Autumn is a cozy mystery featuring Max Tudor, a former MI5 agent turned Anglican priest. Sound intriguing? I wish I'd found it so, but I didn't even find it very interesting.
Few of the characters come to life. There are quite a few characters as almost everyone in the village has had some kind of conflict with the bossy, manipulative Wanda Batton-Smythe, who is so annoying that it is hard to work up any sympathy concerning her demise. If you don't care about the victim, then it is even more important to care about the other characters, but I couldn't drum up much enthusiasm for any of them either.
Next to last review of 2011 books! Almost done!
Fiction. Mystery/Cozy. 2011. 320 pages.