I'm actually at the bittersweet part of this series meaning that the ongoing submysteries are getting better, but I know that there's only one more book left. I'm taking comfort in the fact that I remember reading somewhere that the series was given a good closure, and readers aren't left hanging, which I kind of had a feeling that the author wouldn't do anyway. But it was good to see it onscreen.
Meg had gotten herself involved in the training for and subsequent mud race, and of course, she got involved investigating a murder. Her two besties got (for them) good news, the magazine she's working for was possibly getting sold, and Meg found out some things about the case her dad was involved in that might shake her faith in some people she'd always trusted. I'm so anxious to dig into the next book, but I'm going to wait for a little while, since I have quite a bit on my mental and physical list that I want to read. I can't say that I was ever really sure about who the killer was in this book. There were enough suspects with reasons to want the trainer dead, and I couldn't really settle on just one, although any of them wouldn't have come as a huge surprise. It was fun following through and seeing how the perp got caught.
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