Notebook Mysteries ~ Decisions and Possibilities by Kimberly Mullins – Review by Dahnielle Hibbert

Decisions and Possibilities (Notebook Mysteries #2)Decisions and Possibilities by Kimberly Mullins
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

In this volume of the Notebook Mysteries we follow Emma once again, who is an 18-year-old graduate of business school and an entrepreneur. Emma is persistent, self-sufficient, vivacious, and wants to make lasting change. The case she takes on is much more perilous than the other ones as she is battered and warned away.

Emma Evans is a real Sherlock Holmes, using wit, keen observation skills and a vast amount of cleverness to solve injustices. She carries around a notebook with her at all times in order to set down all her perceptions of the things she takes the time to notice. This helps her do what she desires the most … solving crimes.

I thought the recipes were a wonderful addition and I feel I will truly enjoy making some of them. However I will say this you need to read the first book 1st, because a more detailed character description and a deeper background will give you a better understanding of Emma and everything else going on.

The characters were intricately flesh out and very detailed. I particularly like the historical details during that era that show Emma’s endorsement for women’s rights. Including stepping out of the box society forced her into and fighting for equal pay and equal opportunity for women in the work place. This novel is also socially conscious in that Emma helps women who are abused a fair bit.

If you are looking for a delightful, fun, read with many dramatic escapades all packed into a novel, with historical details look no further. This tale has a very Nancy Drew essence and will entertain the older and younger generations.

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