I wasn't expecting to like this book as much as I did. Lorena McCourtney crafts a realistic and very likable character in her LOL (Little Old Lady), Ivy Malone. She doesn't pretend to be anything other than what she is and that makes her unique. I suppose this book can be categorized as "Christian Fiction," although I'm skeptical of this so-called genre. A book can be more than Christian even if the character does believe wholeheartedly in God. First and foremost, this book is a mystery. A good one.
After the death of her friend, Thea, Ivy finds herself in the middle of a murder investigation that puts her in grave danger. With the help of a cop named Dix and a receptionist named Tiffany, Ivy does more than just stay at home and knit. Using her age "invisibility," Ivy stakes out cemeteries and scales wall to find the killer.