Book Review: The Questionable Behavior of Dahlia Moss by Max Wirestone

The Questionable Behavior of Dahlia Moss by Max Wirestone

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BOOK INFO

Title: The Questionable Behavior of Dahlia Moss
Author: Max Wirestone
Publisher: Redhook
Publish Date: Januray 9, 2018
Genre: Cozy Mystery
Series: Dahlia Moss Mysteries #3
My Rating: 4/5


BOOK BLURB

Veronica Mars meets the World of Warcraft in this mystery romp with a hilarious heroine.
Working for a games development company is my dream job. So, when a slightly sketchy lawyer offered me the opportunity, I had to take it! Who cares that the company has some quirks? No job is perfect. Some questionable, but probably totally normal issues:
Β· A mysterious whistle-blower is posting the industry’s dirty laundry on Reddit.
Β· An unidentified corpse is in the staff room.
Β· The game under development is for filthy casuals, and unwisely involves matching talking peppermints.
Β· My job, technically speaking, is “Industry Spy.”
It’s all just a typical day at the office. Right?
Dive into Dahlia Moss’s brilliant, bonkers mystery and enjoy pure, geeky fun!

The Questionable Behavior of Dahlia Moss by Max Wirestone
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MY REVIEW

Dahlia Moss is hired to be an industry spy. Her job is to work as a temp at a software game development company and acquire the information her client wants. Mainly, the client wants to know what is taking so long for a game to be developed and they want the code to see what the problem is. However, once Dahlia is at the company, a couple of other issues arise, namely a mystery whistleblower and a dead body in the store room.

The third book in the Dahlia Moss mystery series. This is the first book I have read in this series, and it was a quick and entertaining cozy mystery.

Silly and light. Many crazy escapades occur along the way to Dahlia solving the mystery, but that was the fun of this book. Good for fans of contemporary cozies with kooky characters.

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

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