A Real Basket Case is actually the second book that I have read by this author and in this series, and I have to say that I did really enjoy this one as much as I did the other one. However this book's story is not exactly what I expected from a cozy with the murder victim is killed in the heroine's bedroom with her husband as murder suspect number one, but the story definitely works and grabs the reader's attention. Claire is well developed in the book, and I liked seeing how she pulled it together to try and clear her husband's name. I also liked the secondary characters in the book like Deb and Roger who really added to the story. The book is full of many twists and turns keeping the reader guessing until the end. Overall A Real Basket Case is a great read that I would definitely recommend.