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DEATH BY THE SEA by Kathleen Bridge

The delightful cover led me into the book. A new author for me and 1st book in series. The characters are developed and the descriptions take to you to an island off the Florida coast. After a nasty scandal, Liz … Continue reading

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NO ONE LIVES TWICE By Julie Moffett

I won it in a Giveaway, thanks. The cover makes A new friend. A new author for me and I will her again. The characters grabbed my attention from the beginning. A fun and easy to read. One I found … Continue reading

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MURDER BY INNOCENCE By Veronica Heley

In the 3rd book, Ellie is emerging from grief and beginning to create a new life for herself but letting her daughter, church, and the construction workers boss her around. It deals with two social problems, the homeless and pedophiles. … Continue reading

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SMOKE AND MIRRORS By Casey Daniels

The first of a new series set in New York City at the turned of the century. Evie Barnum flees from her home to a safe haven with her brother PT Barnum at his American Museum of Curiosities as his … Continue reading

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WORLD ENOUGH By Clea Simons

This book is a new undertaking for Clea Simon as she moves into the underworld of Rock and Roll music twenty years ago. The MC, Tara was accepted there but was really on the outside. Tara went for the music … Continue reading

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THREAD THE HALLS By Lea Wait

It is pleasant to read a Christmas story that shows the everyday life of the individuals. This one does as we follow Angie Curtis and Patrick West as they get ready to celebrate the holidays. Patrick’s Mother Skye West returned … Continue reading

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COLLARED By David Rosenfelt

The last Andy Carpenter book is one of his best. A border collie is left at the Tara Foundation. A scam reveals that this is the dog that was stolen when a baby was kidnapped a few years ago. A … Continue reading

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KILLER PARTY By Lynn Cahoon

Jill Gardiner and her boyfriend Greg have moved in together and are adjusting to joint habitation. Greg’s high school friends invite them to the bachelor party for Levi Walters. The party is held at the Castle in South Cove. The … Continue reading

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BLUEFIRE By Phyllis A. Whitney

Written during South Africa apartheid period, the details are accurate. I find the idea dreadful. Susan Hohenfield returns to Cape Town as the bride a childhood friend and her Father’s ward. Her Mother left the family home taking right-year-old Susan … Continue reading

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BREW OR DIE By Caroline Fardig

Juliet Langley is excited she has her private investigator certification. Her first major investigate has her looking at an electronic company whose accounts show more money being received than goods being sold. Juliet is teaming with Pete Bennett on the … Continue reading

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