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FAREWELL, MY CUCKOO by Marty Wingate

The fourth book of Birds of the Feather series finds Julia Lancaster and Michael Sedgwick leaving a wedding of a friend looking forward to relaxing at Julia’s cottage thinking about their future. They are stymied by Michael older sister, Pammy … Continue reading

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THE RED QUEEN RULES By Bourne Morris

I decided to read this book to occupy my mind from the recent turmoil. To my surprise I found the subject matter to be about hate grows and prostitution. The author has become one of my must-read authors. I have … Continue reading

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DESERT NOIR By Betty Webb

The first book in the Lena Jones series. Lena is a PI who retired as a police officer after being shot. Her history is interesting and little more is brought in each book. Her partner, Jimmy Sisisin, a Pima Indian is a computer … Continue reading

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SMALL TOWNS CAN BE MURDER By Connie Shelton

Thanks to my library for my copy of this romantic cozy mystery of Charlie Carpenter’s adventures. Charlie and Sally drive to Valle Escondido, New Mexico to visit friends of Sally. Upon arrival, they learned of the death of a woman … Continue reading

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RED TIDE By Peg Brantley

My thanks to the author for a free copy. I found it difficult to write a review about this story and would score 3.5 stars. I like Jamie and her dogs very much. The information on the difference between a … Continue reading

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BONITA FAYE By Margaret Moseley

This is a new an author for me. Before long I was captured by Bonita Faye’s life as she matures from an ignorant child to mature woman. I found it hard to put the book down. We meet Bonita as … Continue reading

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UNREASONABLE DOUBT By Vicki Delany

Twenty-five years earlier Walter Desmond was convicted of a bloody rape and murder. He is now back in Trafalgar, B C a free man when an appeals court threw out the conviction and order a new trial. Tensions in town … Continue reading

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A BLOSSOM OF BRIGHT LIGHT By Suzanne Chazin

This story is written so powerful my emotions were engaged completely. It brought tears to my eyes as I felt as the fear of undocumented immigrants about deportation. My feeling were engaged with the abuse suffer by woman. Jimmy Vega … Continue reading

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BURIED SECRETS CAN BE MURDER By Connie Shelton

Charlie and Ron are hired by a retired Seattle homicide detective to handle the local portion of his current investigation. It was a case where he failed to find the bodies of two missing children. Their Mother was found innocent … Continue reading

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BALLOONS CAN BE MURDER By Connie Shelton

Charlie and Ron are hired to protect Balloon aviator Mary Fairchild. She is going to try for world record for high at the Balloon Festival. She has been receiving death threats. The main suspect is her Father who now out … Continue reading

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