Juni Jessup and her sisters Tansy and Maggie are all set to open Sip and Spin, their hybrid record store and coffee shop. They’ve sunk their life savings into getting it up and running. And then at the opening party, they find a dead body in the supply cupboard.
Suspicion is pointed right at their uncle, who is arrested, but for outstanding parking tickets. He’s family, so they put up Sip and Spin as collateral for his bail. And their uncle promptly skips town. If Juni and her sisters want to have the chance to open their store, they decide to try to figure out who the killer really is and get their uncle home.
There were some parts of the book that were slow going, and for me, it did drag in places. The good conclusion, though, in the final section of the story was a positive for this reader.