Savannah Sleuth by Alan Chaput [Book Review]

Savannah Sleuth by Alan Chaput

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Title: Savannah Sleuth

Author: Alan Chaput

Publisher: Falcon Press

Publish Date: December 8, 2017

Genre: Amateur Sleuth

Series: Vigilantes for Justice #1

My Rating: 4/5

Savannah Sleuth by Alan Chaput


Though born to heirloom pearls, designer dresses and lush garden parties, Savannah social icon Patricia Falcon and three of her closest friends spend their days in Savannah’s dark side rescuing abused women. Patricia’s darling mother, a prominent philanthropist, drops dead, and the police are baffled by her untimely death. Patricia recruits her three friends to help her investigate what she believes is murder. “Savannah Sleuth” is a page-turning journey from Savannah’s Southern wealth and grace into the hidden corners of Savannah and across two continents in a deadly pursuit of justice.

Savannah Sleuth by Alan Chaput


Patricia is a wealthy woman living in Savannah, who, along with her friends, spends her days helping rescue abused women. Patricia’s mother dies unexpectedly, so Patricia and her friends investigate.

Savannah Sleuth is the first book in the Vigilantes for Justice series. An entertaining new series. This story had the main mystery about Patricia’s mother, but also included a secret society that helps protect the city, a homeless man looking for his father, and family drama. A lot going on in this fairly short book. A light and enjoyable read.

I received a digital copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.

Books in the Vigilantes for Justice Series:
  1. Savannah Sleuth
  2. Savannah Secrets
  3. Savannah Justice
  4. Savannah Dragon

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