Wednesday, July 24, 2019

Final Stop Albuquerque by Alice Zogg

Final Stop Albuquerque by Alice Zogg is the second mystery novel I've read by the author. I became acquainted with Alice Zogg's writing from Judy @ Keep The Wisdom. I do love a good mystery novel and am very happy that Judy introduced me to Alice Zogg's novels.

Final Stop Albuquerque is the sixth novel in the 'R.A. Huber series' by Ms. Zogg. I really enjoyed reading this novel. I really liked the characters, the plot, and storyline very much.

I did guess whodunnit before the killer was actually revealed, but that was okay by me as the writing was good. There were a few minor scenes that were a tad unrealistic in my opinion, but overall Final Stop Albuquerque by Alice Zogg was a really good read.

Below is the plot summary for Final Stop Albuquerque by Alice Zogg from the author's website:
FINAL STOP ALBUQUERQUE is Alice Zogg’s 6th mystery novel in her R.A. Huber series. Also featured is the sleuth’s dynamic young assistant, Andi, whom the author introduced in “The Fall of Optimum House.” Elena Campione seemed to have vanished into thin air. She had apparently left her South Pasadena residence without telling a soul. The police traced her to Albuquerque, New Mexico, where she was last seen boarding the shuttle bus to the Balloon Fiesta Park on the last day of the annual balloon festival. Bruno Campione hires R.A. Huber to find his missing wife. The investigation takes Huber to several towns in Arizona and New Mexico, while Andi pries into matters closer to home. When Elena’s body washes up at Lake Havasu, it is no longer a missing person case but a homicide. The women’s probing into the murder puts them both in harm’s way. Huber ends up in the hospital in critical condition, and Andi also barely escapes with her own life.
I am giving Final Stop Albuquerque by Alice Zogg a rating of 4 stars out of 5 stars. I look forward to reading other novels in the 'R. A. Huber' series by Alice Zogg.

Until my next post, happy reading!!


  1. Nice review! That's why I don't read mystery novels much because 99% of the time I guess the killer or 'bad guy' and it's not as fun as being shocked. The cover is pretty, I love the hot air balloons, makes me want to ride in one.

    1. I understand where you're coming from, it's difficult to want to read mystery novels if you guess whodunnit! Yes, being shocked by the killer's identity is definitely more fun.

      Thank you for stopping by and leaving me a comment. Happy reading!

  2. I am so happy you enjoyed another Alice Zogg mystery!