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Monday, March 18, 2013

Double Caching Out Tour - Book Review + $25 Amazon GC/Swag Giveaway: Death Will Attend (Caching Out #2) by Morgan C. Talbot

Author: Morgan C. Talbot
Series: Caching Out
Number in Series: 2
Format: PDF
Release Date: February 6, 2012
Pages: 217
Publisher: Red Adept Publishing
Genre: Mystery/Suspense

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Synopsis from Goodreads

Love is a many murdered thing.

Three months after catching a killer, Margarita escapes to a historic hotel with Drew and Bindi for a Valentine’s weekend of geocaching. But during the love-themed costume ball, the CEO of a satellite navigation company keels over—and then his body vanishes.

As the weekend progresses, Margarita discovers threatening messages in the logbooks of local geocaches. Her attempts to unmask the blackmailer are thwarted by the last person she would have expected.

With a stubborn sheriff on the case, Margarita and Bindi must take matters into their own hands. But whether they’re chasing one killer or two, they have a problem: all their suspects seem to have solid alibis.

Between misunderstandings, outright lies, old secrets, and more than one corpse, it’s not Love in the air anymore. It’s Death.


Before you ask, what is geocaching?

From Wikipedia:
Geocaching is an outdoor recreational activity, first played in May 2000,[2] in which the participants use a Global Positioning System (GPS) receiver or mobile device and other navigational techniques to hide and seek containers, called "geocaches" or "caches", anywhere in the world.
A typical cache is a small waterproof container containing a logbook where the geocacher enters the date they found it and signs it with their established code name. Larger containers such as plastic storage containers (Tupperware or similar) or ammunition boxes can also contain items for trading, usually toys or trinkets of little value. Geocaching shares many aspects with benchmarking, trigpointing, orienteering, treasure-hunting, letterboxing, and waymarking.

      Death Will Attend is the sequel to First to Find in the Caching Out series. We continue to follow the great duo, Margarita and Bindi. This time around they are traveling to the countryside with Margarita's newfound love, Drew. They are going to a hotel for the weekend for geocaching. While at a costume party, a play is going on that made Margarita a tad bit paranoid given her past. But things go a little far when one of the patrons dies of what seems to be a heart attack. People don't think much of it until the man's body quickly disappears in think air. The sheriff on the case thinks everyone is playing a prank on him so he isn't all that interested in the case. But then someone else has died and it seems like it was from poison. Margarita and Bindi are receiving some interesting things on their geocaching trips and they are going to get to the bottom of it.

      What a sequel. I have a lot of fun with this series. It is a great cozy mystery read that always puts a smile on my face. Margarita and Bindi are such a fun team to follow. Margarita is still like Sherlock Holmes, she has great intuition. Well her and Bindi do. I love that we get more about Margarita and what happened to her a decade ago. She has her secrets and knows Drew does too. That is even more apparent while they are on their vacation. Drew seems to be hiding something while they are vacationing. Bindi is always a treat. She is such an unpredictable character. Well Margarita is as well, but you never really know what Bindi will do or say next (sometimes you may not know what she is saying given her Aussie roots). She always cracks me up.

      I loved this whodunit mystery. It could easily be a great game of Clue. I love the play of Death in this book. Margarita has made Death an entity since the first book because of the role it has played in her life. Talbot did a good job playing on an almost paranormal aspect in this book. I liked that a lot in this book. I love how Talbot used the geocaching here as well. Someone is using the logbooks at the cache sites to threaten Margarita. I can't believe where that went. Just wow.

      This was a great sequel. It is a fun and fast read. I love trying to uncover the mysteries in this book. The characters are so much fun and and very memorable. The book is full of action and laughs mixed with geocaching. This will be very easy to spoil, so you just really have to check this out for yourself. I would recommend this read for anyone looking for a fast-paced read with a lot of mystery.


*This book belongs to the following challenge*
BCC's 100 Books In A Year Reading Challenge 2013!


Check out my 5 star review for First to Find HERE!

About Morgan C. Talbot:
Morgan is an outdoorsy girl with a deep and abiding
love for the natural sciences. Her degrees involve
English and jujitsu. She enjoys hiking, camping, and
wandering in the woods looking for the trail to the
car, but there isn’t enough chocolate on the planet to
bribe her into rock climbing.

When she’s not writing, she can be found making
puzzles, getting lost on the way to geocaches,
reading stories to her children, or taking far too
many pictures of the same tree or rock.

She lives in Eastern Washington with her family.

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Check out the blogs on this tour below or HERE:

March 11: Review of Death Will Attend: Mallory Heart Reviews

March 11: Interview on: IndieView

March 11: Review of First to Find: Reading Renee

March 11: Interview on: KBoards

March 12: Guest Post on: Literary Musings

March 13: Guest Post on: It’s Not About the Numbers

March 15: Review of First to Find on: Random Musings of a Curious Mind

March 15: Review of First to Find: The Chaotic Reader

March 16: Guest Post on: The Pen & Muse

March 18: Review of Death Will Attend: Offbeat Vagabond

March 20: Review on: Big Al’s Books & Pals

March 23: Reviews of First to Find & Death Will Attend on: Pezz Rambles

March 25: Guest Post on: Writing Sleuth

March 27: Review of Death Will Attend on: It’s Not About the Numbers

March 28: Guest Post on: Big Al’s Books & Pals

March 28: Review of Death Will Attend: The Chaotic Reader

March 29: Review of Death Will Attend: Reading Renee

March 29: Review of Death Will Attend on: Random Musings of a Curious Mind


  1. A fabulous post thank you. Great reading ahead.

  2. Thanks so much for such a super review! I appreciate your time and I'm glad you're enjoying the series.


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