I Scream, You Scream is a murder mystery with all the charm of the southern town in which it is set. The book reads at a good pace and there were enough twists to keep the mystery fresh and interesting. Wendy Lyn Watson tells a succinct story while still setting up for more books in this delightfully sweet series.
I always enjoy a mystery when I can't quite guess the ending. Of course, I never want the solution to be so out of the blue as to be unrealistic, but even when I figure out who the villain is in advance, I always appreciate when there's an aspect to the crime that was hinted at, but that I didn't predict. Any other armchair detectives out there want to share their thoughts?