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As Daisy McGovern knows all too well, it isn’t easy being a young, small town waitress at the local diner. And it becomes even harder just as she’s trying to stitch her life back together and salvage her job by converting the diner into a bakery when a mysterious robbery occurs and one of the thieves ends up dead on the bakery floor with a chef’s knife in his chest. Forced As Daisy McGovern knows all too well, it isn’t easy being a young, small town waitress at the local diner. And it becomes even harder just as she’s trying to stitch her life back together and salvage her job by converting the diner into a bakery when a mysterious robbery occurs and one of the thieves ends up dead on the bakery floor with a chef’s knife in his chest. Forced into a twisted game of cat-and-mouse that takes her from secretive nip joints overflowing with moonshine to weathered Appalachian mountaintops overflowing with history and guns, Daisy must figure out who the dead man is—and why he was in her bakery—before she becomes the next victim. This is the second entry in a charming series filled with eccentric characters, red herrings, and, of course, moonshine!


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As Daisy McGovern knows all too well, it isn’t easy being a young, small town waitress at the local diner. And it becomes even harder just as she’s trying to stitch her life back together and salvage her job by converting the diner into a bakery when a mysterious robbery occurs and one of the thieves ends up dead on the bakery floor with a chef’s knife in his chest. Forced As Daisy McGovern knows all too well, it isn’t easy being a young, small town waitress at the local diner. And it becomes even harder just as she’s trying to stitch her life back together and salvage her job by converting the diner into a bakery when a mysterious robbery occurs and one of the thieves ends up dead on the bakery floor with a chef’s knife in his chest. Forced into a twisted game of cat-and-mouse that takes her from secretive nip joints overflowing with moonshine to weathered Appalachian mountaintops overflowing with history and guns, Daisy must figure out who the dead man is—and why he was in her bakery—before she becomes the next victim. This is the second entry in a charming series filled with eccentric characters, red herrings, and, of course, moonshine!

30 review for A Nip of Murder

  1. 5 out of 5

    Shelleyrae at Book'd Out

    A Nip of Murder is the second book in Carol Miller's Moonshine Mystery series. Set in rural Virginia, it features Daisy 'Ducky' McGovern, a former waitress at the H&P Diner, which she now part owns and has converted into a bakery. Business is good, especially with the daily patronage of a group of geocacher's in town, but strangers also mean trouble. When three men break into Sweetie Pies, Daisy's baker, Brenda, is forced to defend herself and one of the men ends up dead while the others flee wi A Nip of Murder is the second book in Carol Miller's Moonshine Mystery series. Set in rural Virginia, it features Daisy 'Ducky' McGovern, a former waitress at the H&P Diner, which she now part owns and has converted into a bakery. Business is good, especially with the daily patronage of a group of geocacher's in town, but strangers also mean trouble. When three men break into Sweetie Pies, Daisy's baker, Brenda, is forced to defend herself and one of the men ends up dead while the others flee with ninety pounds of cream cheese. The motive for the robbery is inexplicable and Daisy, who doesn't have much faith in the local deputy's ability to solve the mystery, decides to do some sleuthing of her own. There is yet another strange local theft, and murder, while Daisy follows the evidence to a local 'nip' joint (a hidden bar selling moonshine), and then deep into the Appalachian mountains, all while planning a bridal shower and creating a red velvet wedding cake on short notice for Rick's brother, Bobby and his bride to be, one of the geocacher organisers. The well paced mystery is complex but not overly complicated and the motive of the thieves and the killer are not easily guessed. There are a number of red herrings to distract and a neat twist waiting at the end for the unwary. I like the characters who offer a mix of eccentric southern charm. The storyline continues to highlight the complicated relationship between Daisy and Rick. A gun-toting moonshiner whose actions often put him on the wrong side of the law, Rick is an enigmatic character. He and Daisy, who have known each other all their lives, spar like enemies but there is a simmering attraction that Daisy tries hard to ignore. A Nip of Murder is an enjoyable cozy mystery, it's not essential to read Murder and Moonshine: A Mystery first but I would recommend it.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Jean

    Apparently this is book two of a series entitled Moonshine Mystery which I was unaware of when I choose this book to read. The title is what intrigued me to pick up the book. The story takes place in a small town in Virginia. Our protagonist is Daisy McGovern who after her husband left her decided to convert the local diner into a bakery. She calls the bakery “Sweetie Pies.” Daisy’s best friend Brenda helps her achieve her goals. While Brenda is baking in the kitchen of the bakery, three men enter Apparently this is book two of a series entitled Moonshine Mystery which I was unaware of when I choose this book to read. The title is what intrigued me to pick up the book. The story takes place in a small town in Virginia. Our protagonist is Daisy McGovern who after her husband left her decided to convert the local diner into a bakery. She calls the bakery “Sweetie Pies.” Daisy’s best friend Brenda helps her achieve her goals. While Brenda is baking in the kitchen of the bakery, three men enter to rob the store. Brenda manages to stab one of the robbers in self defense; the other two robbers take off with 90 pounds of cream cheese and crates. In the search for the identity of the dead man and catch the robbers the story takes us into the area of moonshine, gun slingers, and stolen historic maps. The story is well written with a cast of colorful characters including eccentric mountain men. The book is also full of southern charm. The author adds a bit of humor to the story; unfortunately the story drags a bit at times. This is an easy to read book that makes a good get away from it all book. I read this as an audio book downloaded from Audible. Erin Bennett narrated the book.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Mysteryfan

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I was lucky enough to receive an ARC of the book. It's one of the cleverest and creative cozies I've read this year. I waffled between three and four stars. Let's call it 3 and 3 quarters? It's a good second novel after a good debut. Definitely worth reading. It's hard to discuss its virtues without spoilers. The use of geo-cachers to bring a bunch of suspects together has to be a first. The use of cream cheese to create a "situation" (for want of a less spoilery word) is also a first. Confederat I was lucky enough to receive an ARC of the book. It's one of the cleverest and creative cozies I've read this year. I waffled between three and four stars. Let's call it 3 and 3 quarters? It's a good second novel after a good debut. Definitely worth reading. It's hard to discuss its virtues without spoilers. The use of geo-cachers to bring a bunch of suspects together has to be a first. The use of cream cheese to create a "situation" (for want of a less spoilery word) is also a first. Confederate treasure as a MacGuffin has been around for a while but this is one of the more creative uses I've seen. A lot of it had me baffled but she did wind everything up to a satisfying conclusion. I do like her cast of characters. The only part that bugged me was Daisy's insistence on disbelieving everything Rick says or does. So far in the books he hasn't been a liar.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Connie

    This is an okay escape, but flaws from the first book continue. Nothing that happened in the first book seems to have influenced the relationships in this book. And Daisy/Ducky (yikes!) continues to behave in irresponsible ways by withholding evidence until it's convenient to turn it over (and the police don't have a problem with that, which is convenient) and going into dangerous situations without telling anyone else (and the police are okay with that, too). Other characters behave in inconsis This is an okay escape, but flaws from the first book continue. Nothing that happened in the first book seems to have influenced the relationships in this book. And Daisy/Ducky (yikes!) continues to behave in irresponsible ways by withholding evidence until it's convenient to turn it over (and the police don't have a problem with that, which is convenient) and going into dangerous situations without telling anyone else (and the police are okay with that, too). Other characters behave in inconsistent ways: the loutish and slow-witted brother becomes a wilderness tracking genius, bold, daring, and decisive, when the plot requires it. That seems to be the case with several other characters as well-- the plot drives the character and not the character the plot. And so on. I may give Miller one more chance when the third book comes out. Or I may not....

  5. 4 out of 5

    Kathryn

    Book one, "Murder and Moonshine" was exciting and hard to put down, with twists that kept me guessing until the end. I felt this sequel took a lot longer to gain momentum and wasn't as exciting a journey or as interesting a mystery. There wasn't much character development or rounding out of their pasts/relationships that would have made the reader care a little more about what happened. And what was with the flooding salon subplot?? I've noticed the pub date for book three has been delayed, I'm Book one, "Murder and Moonshine" was exciting and hard to put down, with twists that kept me guessing until the end. I felt this sequel took a lot longer to gain momentum and wasn't as exciting a journey or as interesting a mystery. There wasn't much character development or rounding out of their pasts/relationships that would have made the reader care a little more about what happened. And what was with the flooding salon subplot?? I've noticed the pub date for book three has been delayed, I'm not sure to take that as a good or bad sign. I'll read on because I like Daisy and would like to know more about her past, which was hinted at in this book but not delved in to.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Crafty Cristy

    I picked this book up on a whim. I am so glad I did! I had no expectations about it. And truthfully the idea of a Moonshine Mystery sounded...odd. Published in 2014, and set in modern times, Daisy owns a small bakery. Her employee surprises 3 burglars as they are stealing 90 pounds of cream cheese from the bakery fridge. They are masked and combative. The normal detective is out of town and the deputy is not very observant. Daisy notices a chip that looks like a poker chip. One thing leads to an I picked this book up on a whim. I am so glad I did! I had no expectations about it. And truthfully the idea of a Moonshine Mystery sounded...odd. Published in 2014, and set in modern times, Daisy owns a small bakery. Her employee surprises 3 burglars as they are stealing 90 pounds of cream cheese from the bakery fridge. They are masked and combative. The normal detective is out of town and the deputy is not very observant. Daisy notices a chip that looks like a poker chip. One thing leads to another and it is up to Daisy to solve this convoluted series of small crimes. The solution was surprising to me. I love the way Carol Miller wraps it up. I would read one her other books in the series.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Jane Irish Nelson

    Perhaps 3.5 stars. I definitely liked this one better than the first book in the series. One thing I found interesting is that, despite the contemporary setting, there is little reliance on all of the modern conveniences, especially since GPS and cell phone service is often quite patchy due to the terrain. The main characters all return, with their various peculiarities. The story starts with a robbery at the bakery Daisy and her friend Brenda now run — but the theft makes no sense, and one of t Perhaps 3.5 stars. I definitely liked this one better than the first book in the series. One thing I found interesting is that, despite the contemporary setting, there is little reliance on all of the modern conveniences, especially since GPS and cell phone service is often quite patchy due to the terrain. The main characters all return, with their various peculiarities. The story starts with a robbery at the bakery Daisy and her friend Brenda now run — but the theft makes no sense, and one of the thieves is killed during it. Since the sheriff is away, and Daisy doesn't think too highly of his deputy, she continues to puzzle over the robbery. Well plotted and hard to put down.

  8. 4 out of 5

    KyBunnies

    A little better than the first book. Author needs to do more research than using the internet. Starting to have a soft spot for Rick and his 'shine. A little better than the first book. Author needs to do more research than using the internet. Starting to have a soft spot for Rick and his 'shine.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Jordan Arndts Fyffe

    Keeps you guessing at every turn! Great new series

  10. 5 out of 5

    Jill Shunk

    It was fine, but too predictable. The lack of possible suspects made the culprit pretty obvious. I even guess the motive before the halfway mark. The first book was much better.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Judy Collins

    A special thank you to St. Martin's Press, Minotaur Books, and NetGalley for an ARC in exchange for an honest review. Carol Miller returns with her mountain and moonshine series A Nip of Murder, (Moonshine Mystery Series #2) with southern Daisy McGovern and the gang, for small town local color, whiskey, mystery, humor and wit. Daisy McGovern, small town Virginia rural bakery owner of Sweetie Pies, is trying to rebuild her life after her husband left. Waitress Daily and her best friend Brenda, ha A special thank you to St. Martin's Press, Minotaur Books, and NetGalley for an ARC in exchange for an honest review. Carol Miller returns with her mountain and moonshine series A Nip of Murder, (Moonshine Mystery Series #2) with southern Daisy McGovern and the gang, for small town local color, whiskey, mystery, humor and wit. Daisy McGovern, small town Virginia rural bakery owner of Sweetie Pies, is trying to rebuild her life after her husband left. Waitress Daily and her best friend Brenda, have converted the local diner for the sweetest delights. She has known Bobby Balsam since they were in kindergarten, and he had never been the sharpest tool in the shed. Now he was twenty seven and now his favorite activities are pretty much the same as they had always been—drinking, shooting, and not thinking too hard. He, of course is the sweeter of the Balsam brothers. She doesn’t care for Rick, the older brother, the wealthiest man in the county, due to his bootlegging business. Now Bobby is marrying a girl staying at the Fuzzy Lake Campground, and he has only known her for two weeks. While he is ordering red velvet cake, now of all things, she does not need a break-in. Daisy’s business partner stabs one of the robbers to death in self-defense and the other two take off with a ton of cream cheese and crates. What happens next is a search for the identity of the dead man, more dead bodies, illegal moonshining, gun slinging, stolen historic maps, geocachers, nip joints, and some crazy quirky and eccentric mountain characters, while Daisy leads the pack to solve the Appalachian mountain mystery. If you enjoy a little mountain murder mystery with your cinnamon bun and moonshine, you will enjoy this crazy bunch. Carol knows her mountain humor. Judith D Collins Must Read Books

  12. 4 out of 5

    Kathy

    Carol Miller serves up another puzzling and very unique mystery in the Moonshine Mystery series with her latest release, A Nip of Murder. Daisy McGovern is now the proud owner of Sweetie Pies and her bakery is doing a booming business. That is until a mysterious break in leads to murder and Daisy is finds herself embroiled in a search for the dead man's identity. Daisy does not have much confidence in the deputy investigating the break in at Sweetie Pies and she decides to do a little sleuthing Carol Miller serves up another puzzling and very unique mystery in the Moonshine Mystery series with her latest release, A Nip of Murder. Daisy McGovern is now the proud owner of Sweetie Pies and her bakery is doing a booming business. That is until a mysterious break in leads to murder and Daisy is finds herself embroiled in a search for the dead man's identity. Daisy does not have much confidence in the deputy investigating the break in at Sweetie Pies and she decides to do a little sleuthing on her own. The discovery of a mysterious chip leads her to a moonshine "nip" in a neighboring town where she finds uncovers more baffling evidence. A couple other strange break-ins add to her confusion but Daisy is convinced that all of the events are somehow connected. Once again, Daisy finds herself crossing paths and matching wits with Rick Balsam, a childhood friend whom she does not trust any farther than she can throw him. She is also saddled with the Rick's brother Bobby, who is harmless but not overly bright, but surprisingly, he does have a few useful skills that prove very helpful. Both of the Balsam brothers are key players in the case, and Daisy's continued animosity towards Rick hinders the investigation. A Nip of Murder is another delightful installment in Carol Miller's Moonshine Mystery series. It is a very engrossing story with a mystery that is virtually impossible to solve. With a colorful cast of characters and plenty of down home Southern charm, A Nip of Murder is a fun and unique read that mystery lovers are going love.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Julie

    This book was a fun romp through Appalachia. Though we don't have a lot of in-depth knowledge about the characters and their back stories, this book doesn't really need it. I thought the idea of geocachers having a weekend in the mountains was a great idea to surround a mystery. What a great way to bring attention to this often-overlooked hobby! I liked the characters in the book, though Bobby was a bit of an annoyance. I'm not fond of snivelly men. Daisy is a down-to-earth woman with a successf This book was a fun romp through Appalachia. Though we don't have a lot of in-depth knowledge about the characters and their back stories, this book doesn't really need it. I thought the idea of geocachers having a weekend in the mountains was a great idea to surround a mystery. What a great way to bring attention to this often-overlooked hobby! I liked the characters in the book, though Bobby was a bit of an annoyance. I'm not fond of snivelly men. Daisy is a down-to-earth woman with a successful bakery, who knows how to take care of herself. I wish I knew what happened to her husband and why he left her, but it's implied throughout the book that he was a low-life and found something more interesting to do. Although I did figure out the person behind all the chaos before the end of the book revealed it, the book was still enjoyable, and shows small-town life well. I felt bad for Brenda being exposed to two murders. She may never want to go back to the bakery again! There is a bit of language in this book, and the fact that Daisy is not divorced, yet dates other men could certainly be a moral issue for some. There is so sensuality or sex in the book which I really appreciate. Just a straight-up mystery with some quirky characters. I recommend it! I received this book free from St. Martin's Press in exchange for an honest review.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Jessica Sinn (Books and Trouble)

    As with the first book in this new series, the story begins with a most peculiar catastrophe. A gang of masked bandits raid a bakery and make off with 90 pounds of cream cheese. What in the world?! The plot thickens when Daisy’s emotionally fragile employee stabs one of the robbers to death in self-defense. Turns out, he’s just some random dude with no connection to the town whatsoever. In a rural Virginia hamlet devoid of useful law enforcement, Daisy has no other choice but to solve the myster As with the first book in this new series, the story begins with a most peculiar catastrophe. A gang of masked bandits raid a bakery and make off with 90 pounds of cream cheese. What in the world?! The plot thickens when Daisy’s emotionally fragile employee stabs one of the robbers to death in self-defense. Turns out, he’s just some random dude with no connection to the town whatsoever. In a rural Virginia hamlet devoid of useful law enforcement, Daisy has no other choice but to solve the mystery of the stolen cream cheese on her own. When she’s not piecing together clues, she’s busy at the bakery attending to a big crowd of strangers who’re in town for a geocacher hunt. With so many strangers thrown into the mix, how will she ever narrow down the suspects list? Read the rest on my blog, Chick Lit Café: https://loonachicklit.wordpress.com/2...

  15. 4 out of 5

    MaryAlice

    Carol Miller's A Nip of Murder was an okay read, but not an edge of your seat murder mystery that I am accustomed to reading. The characters did not appear to have much individual personalities other than the descriptions of them. The red-head with the unruly hair, for instance, had promise, but not much action to live up to expectations of how she would behave. The novel showed originality in concept, yet is standard formula mystery writing ~ the waitress turned baker becomes involved in solving Carol Miller's A Nip of Murder was an okay read, but not an edge of your seat murder mystery that I am accustomed to reading. The characters did not appear to have much individual personalities other than the descriptions of them. The red-head with the unruly hair, for instance, had promise, but not much action to live up to expectations of how she would behave. The novel showed originality in concept, yet is standard formula mystery writing ~ the waitress turned baker becomes involved in solving a crime. The ending left me wishing for more ~ after the criminals are caught, the chapter ends and skips ahead, rather than continuing with rescue of our heroine and wounded. In addition the characters did not seem like real people; their voices (conversations) sounded interchangeable. Especially true when good guys turn into bad guys or visa versa.

  16. 4 out of 5

    The Millers

    When you are a poorly paid small town waitress and trying to convert a former diner into a bakery, it is NOT helpful to have one of your staff members accidentally stab a robber to death, even if she is trying to stop him from kicking the bakery cat. Daisy must enter into a cat and mouse game in order to determine the identity of the dead man and why he is apparently trying to steal 90 pounds of cream cheese before she becomes the next victim. Full of charming (and not so) Southern characters, l When you are a poorly paid small town waitress and trying to convert a former diner into a bakery, it is NOT helpful to have one of your staff members accidentally stab a robber to death, even if she is trying to stop him from kicking the bakery cat. Daisy must enter into a cat and mouse game in order to determine the identity of the dead man and why he is apparently trying to steal 90 pounds of cream cheese before she becomes the next victim. Full of charming (and not so) Southern characters, lascivious descriptions of cinnaon buns, settings and customs, we visit gin joints and moonshiners, Appalachian mountains and gun toting locals in this fast paced, chatty and easily read second in a series books by Carole Miller. Definitely one for the fire side of a winter.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Pamela

    A Nip of Murder is the second book in the Moonshine mystery series. It is a well written and edited murder mystery. I enjoyed the variety of characters, but I needed more character development; particularly their backgrounds and physical descriptions. The plot was original and moved at a steady pace. The ending was unexpected and I didn't figure out the "bad guy" until the end. The author needs to do some research into criminal justice. Her heroine violated chain of evidence and investigation tech A Nip of Murder is the second book in the Moonshine mystery series. It is a well written and edited murder mystery. I enjoyed the variety of characters, but I needed more character development; particularly their backgrounds and physical descriptions. The plot was original and moved at a steady pace. The ending was unexpected and I didn't figure out the "bad guy" until the end. The author needs to do some research into criminal justice. Her heroine violated chain of evidence and investigation techniques to the point that the murder case would have been thrown out of court. A Nip of murder is an easy read with a HFN ending. ARC provided by the publisher via Netgalley.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Alice

    Very quick read. Danville, Va Discovery channel's Moonshine. Standard cozy features: unique setting, stereotypical eccentric aunt, bad boy semi-love interest, another character who is stranger to setting love interest, heroine who can adjust her schedule as she likes, Issues are explored as corollaries of plot. In this book -Nip parlors, geocaching, Bats Quick conclusion with a summarization -- no narrative of exact events. No resolution of love interest (Bobby -- gets shot in hip/leg area as part o Very quick read. Danville, Va Discovery channel's Moonshine. Standard cozy features: unique setting, stereotypical eccentric aunt, bad boy semi-love interest, another character who is stranger to setting love interest, heroine who can adjust her schedule as she likes, Issues are explored as corollaries of plot. In this book -Nip parlors, geocaching, Bats Quick conclusion with a summarization -- no narrative of exact events. No resolution of love interest (Bobby -- gets shot in hip/leg area as part of the conclusion.)

  19. 4 out of 5

    Marilyn Slusher

    I had really looked forward to this sequel - but was disappointed that it did not follow through on some of the situations presented in the first book. Where is Daisy's husband and what was behind the loss of the family property? Instead - this second book was presenting a whole new plot. I am hoping that Carol Miller will write a third book and maybe bring some closure to those things alluded to in the first book. I had really looked forward to this sequel - but was disappointed that it did not follow through on some of the situations presented in the first book. Where is Daisy's husband and what was behind the loss of the family property? Instead - this second book was presenting a whole new plot. I am hoping that Carol Miller will write a third book and maybe bring some closure to those things alluded to in the first book.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Kate Potter

    Second of a series that takes place in very rural Virginia. Interesting country characters and good mysteries. Daisy, the protagonist, hasn't had it easy in life but she is a hard worker and loves a good mystery. Interesting that the author never fully describes how Daisy looks. Maybe so every reader can have his/her own image of the heroine. There is an underlying romantic tension in the books. Hope it doesn't get solved very soon! Second of a series that takes place in very rural Virginia. Interesting country characters and good mysteries. Daisy, the protagonist, hasn't had it easy in life but she is a hard worker and loves a good mystery. Interesting that the author never fully describes how Daisy looks. Maybe so every reader can have his/her own image of the heroine. There is an underlying romantic tension in the books. Hope it doesn't get solved very soon!

  21. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    Former waitress, now bakery owner Daisy is shocked when a robbery (why'd they want to steal 90 pounds of cream cheese?) in her establishment ends with a dead man. And that's only the start of adventures that are too lethal to be wacky. And, much as she vows to steer clear of the bad-boy local bootlegger who has plans involving the two of them, he keeps showing up in her life. I was afraid Miller wouldn't be able to pull off a tale to equal the first book in the series, but here it is. Former waitress, now bakery owner Daisy is shocked when a robbery (why'd they want to steal 90 pounds of cream cheese?) in her establishment ends with a dead man. And that's only the start of adventures that are too lethal to be wacky. And, much as she vows to steer clear of the bad-boy local bootlegger who has plans involving the two of them, he keeps showing up in her life. I was afraid Miller wouldn't be able to pull off a tale to equal the first book in the series, but here it is.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Cecilia

    A fun mystery by an author I don't think I have read before. Apparently she has a series about moonshiners. Picked it up on the new books shelf at the Farmington Hills library and found it OK. The main character is somewhat simple and so is the story line, but it does move along to a good conclusion, if one that was fairly obvious from about page 200. A fun mystery by an author I don't think I have read before. Apparently she has a series about moonshiners. Picked it up on the new books shelf at the Farmington Hills library and found it OK. The main character is somewhat simple and so is the story line, but it does move along to a good conclusion, if one that was fairly obvious from about page 200.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Chris Conley

    This is the second book in what I hope is a very long series. The characters are so believable, the setting feels real and the mystery is actually mysterious! The only problem now is waiting for the next book.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Katherina

    Daisy's quest for answers is exciting and funny. I really enjoyed this mystery. Daisy's quest for answers is exciting and funny. I really enjoyed this mystery.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Jenni Schell

    This was a really great little mystery. It didn't feel like the second book in a series so you are not lost when reading this one. It was a lot of fun. This was a really great little mystery. It didn't feel like the second book in a series so you are not lost when reading this one. It was a lot of fun.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Allison Bosco

    liked it pretty well. I'm not sure where she's going with this series,but I like it liked it pretty well. I'm not sure where she's going with this series,but I like it

  27. 4 out of 5

    Heather

    Totally predictable, but I like the characters and setting enough not to care :-)

  28. 4 out of 5

    Donn Lorber

    Just ok .. Not a great read, but I muddled thru.. The dialogue was slow redundant

  29. 5 out of 5

    Cheryl Ras

    Love her stories. Characters are very endearing.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Ruth Turner

    A really good read. Very enjoyable

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