Joelle Charbonneau offers a feisty new addition to the ranks of amateur sleuths with the debut of Rebecca Robbins who returns to her insular hometown after her mother bequeaths her the family roller skating rink. Rebecca intends to make a quick trip to Indian Falls, Illinois to set up the sale of Toe Step before dashing back to Chicago and her job as a mortgage broker. Amid a charming set of nosy neighbors and old-time friends, she quickly discovers the body of rogue handyman Mack Murphy in the rink’s restroom, his head stuffed into a toilet. Convinced the slaying will affect the value of her property—now rumored to be haunted—Rebecca stays on to solve the crime. In doing so, she meets a sexy veterinarian, interacts with a retired circus camel, copes with a semi-senile sheriff, and frequently clashes with her rambunctious grandfather. Charbonneau charms the reader with a satisfying conclusion after small-town secrets bubble to the surface in this skating-themed mystery good for some free-wheelin’ fun.