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The first three Pineapple Port Mysteries - Murder, romance & laughs strike a Florida retirement community full of characters you'll never forget! The twist: The resident ace detective is only twenty-six. Book One: Pineapple Lies Growing up in one of Florida’s fifty-five plus communities, Charlotte never expected life to be wild. Golf cart racing with her surrogate mothers The first three Pineapple Port Mysteries - Murder, romance & laughs strike a Florida retirement community full of characters you'll never forget! The twist: The resident ace detective is only twenty-six. Book One: Pineapple Lies Growing up in one of Florida’s fifty-five plus communities, Charlotte never expected life to be wild. Golf cart racing with her surrogate mothers Mariska and Darla was about as nutty as life got...until she found the hot pawnbroker’s mom buried in her backyard. Talk about making a lousy first impression. Armed with nothing but her wits, Pineapple Port’s questionable cast of characters and a growing crush, Charlotte is determined to solve the mystery of Declan’s mother’s murder. Hey, at least this guy’s skeletons aren't in his closet. Book Two: Pineapple Mystery Box When a giant inflatable Halloween witch goes missing in the Pineapple Port retirement community, Charlotte’s eager to nab the culprit. Before she can lift a fingerprint, someone threatens to kill a new neighbor who looks like an adorable Pomeranian but possesses a disturbing talent for revenge. Moments later, a stranger demands the return of a mysterious wooden box… or else. Charlotte's boyfriend, Declan, isn't having a great morning either. His calculating ex-girlfriend has returned to claim she's the rightful owner of his pawn shop. She’s livid he’s found a new lady, too. Eh. Things could be worse. At least Charlotte doesn’t know that a mojito-swilling killer who fed his grandmother to a cat is on his way to Pineapple Port… Book Three: Pineapple Puzzles The infamous Puzzle Killer returns to Charity, Florida, in search of a rival murderer, and when two serial killers battle, Charlotte, Declan, Seamus and a naked cat find themselves on the chopping block!


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The first three Pineapple Port Mysteries - Murder, romance & laughs strike a Florida retirement community full of characters you'll never forget! The twist: The resident ace detective is only twenty-six. Book One: Pineapple Lies Growing up in one of Florida’s fifty-five plus communities, Charlotte never expected life to be wild. Golf cart racing with her surrogate mothers The first three Pineapple Port Mysteries - Murder, romance & laughs strike a Florida retirement community full of characters you'll never forget! The twist: The resident ace detective is only twenty-six. Book One: Pineapple Lies Growing up in one of Florida’s fifty-five plus communities, Charlotte never expected life to be wild. Golf cart racing with her surrogate mothers Mariska and Darla was about as nutty as life got...until she found the hot pawnbroker’s mom buried in her backyard. Talk about making a lousy first impression. Armed with nothing but her wits, Pineapple Port’s questionable cast of characters and a growing crush, Charlotte is determined to solve the mystery of Declan’s mother’s murder. Hey, at least this guy’s skeletons aren't in his closet. Book Two: Pineapple Mystery Box When a giant inflatable Halloween witch goes missing in the Pineapple Port retirement community, Charlotte’s eager to nab the culprit. Before she can lift a fingerprint, someone threatens to kill a new neighbor who looks like an adorable Pomeranian but possesses a disturbing talent for revenge. Moments later, a stranger demands the return of a mysterious wooden box… or else. Charlotte's boyfriend, Declan, isn't having a great morning either. His calculating ex-girlfriend has returned to claim she's the rightful owner of his pawn shop. She’s livid he’s found a new lady, too. Eh. Things could be worse. At least Charlotte doesn’t know that a mojito-swilling killer who fed his grandmother to a cat is on his way to Pineapple Port… Book Three: Pineapple Puzzles The infamous Puzzle Killer returns to Charity, Florida, in search of a rival murderer, and when two serial killers battle, Charlotte, Declan, Seamus and a naked cat find themselves on the chopping block!

30 review for Pineapple Pack: Pineapple Port Mystery Series Books 1-3

  1. 5 out of 5

    JoAn

    These books were a good introduction into this cozy mystery series. Quirky but lovable characters with Charlotte's senior neighbors make them great secondary characters. Charlotte is definitely the odd one in this senior community since she's only in her mid 20s but her flair for detection keeps her busy throughout Pineapple Port. These books were a good introduction into this cozy mystery series. Quirky but lovable characters with Charlotte's senior neighbors make them great secondary characters. Charlotte is definitely the odd one in this senior community since she's only in her mid 20s but her flair for detection keeps her busy throughout Pineapple Port.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Sabetha

    Book 1 Who knew a retirement community could be so much fun?! Loved the concept of this world building, a girl being raised by a retirement community, and staying there into her adult years. She def. fit right in with the retirees and their gossip mill. All of the cast was unique and relatable. From the busy body, to those living in the past of their failed dreams. A great array of retirees, creeps, and friends. Charlette's personal journey through this book with her life purpose struggles was relat Book 1 Who knew a retirement community could be so much fun?! Loved the concept of this world building, a girl being raised by a retirement community, and staying there into her adult years. She def. fit right in with the retirees and their gossip mill. All of the cast was unique and relatable. From the busy body, to those living in the past of their failed dreams. A great array of retirees, creeps, and friends. Charlette's personal journey through this book with her life purpose struggles was relatable and I hope it will continue into the next book. Loved all her quirks, and her side hustle. Cute concept throughout the story. The romance felt rushed, would have preferred a slow build over books. Especially for where they were putting Charlette experience wise. The mystery was a nice convoluted one. It did take the cast a bit longer than I expected to untangle the mess, but it leaned into the armatures aspects of their sleuthing. With how this mystery panned out I am excited to see what the next one is about. You'll love this book if you love cozy mysteries that involve a retired cast and punny banter. Note: This book is written in 3rd person with multi POVs. While I do think it added more to the mystery, it was a change from the normal 1st person, single POV cozies. There was also mild profanity & drug use. Book 2 The characters in these books are so hilarious. Loved getting more back story to many of the cast members, and seeing Charlotte stumble through learning how to become an investigator. I like that while she is the sleuth, the story doesn't revolve around her, but more revolves around the residents of Pineapple Port. I did feel like this book dragged in a few places, and was a bit longer than it needed to be. A few strings within each of the various storylines needed more suspension of disbelief than usual but it didn't pull me from the plot. The convoluted multi mystery was unique, and I enjoyed discovering the culprit for each case. Can't wait to see Charlotte grow as a person and a sleuth. Book 3 This installment was a bit problematic for me, but I adore the cast, and found the storyline to be unique and thrilling at points so I'm still 5 staring it. I love that Charlotte is having to work at being a PI. Being observant, finding clues, etc. isn't coming easy to her and it makes the storyline so realistic. She had a crazy career idea and is having to work for it. Each mini case around the port that she gets is simple yet, a learning experience. I excited to watch this skill of her develop as the series goes on. Now to the problematic stuff. The entire Stephanie storyline is so hard to buy. I kept thinking "but why" throughout most of her chapters. I am not looking forward to her being a main character. Who just casually lets their crazy cheater ex come over, or speak to them?? I've been puzzling over this since she appeared in the last book, but now it's clear that her being allowed to stay had to happen because she needed to be in the picture to be in this book. After the scare in the last book, any logical person would have ex communicated her, not just giggled off her crazy behavior. The added POVs to give the reader spoilers were also ugh for me. It's like the book couldn't decide who was the main character and what the main plot line was. Is it adorable Charlotte, hunting down her port mysteries. Or is it Stephanie (view spoiler)[serial killing it up just like her mom (hide spoiler)] ?!? While I loved the shocking reveal in Jamie's storyline, the connections revealed between Stephanie and Jamie were over the top for me. Like it was done for pure shock value. I don't know, this book book left me with thoughts. lol I know I'll continue onto the next because i am curious who is lead, and the cast gives me a good laugh, but this book, and any where Stephanie's over the top storyline dominate won't be favorites of mine. I'm also now rooting for Charlotte to leave Declan because no one has time for someone who can't push off an ex. She deserves better.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Bernadette Hutton

    A bunch of oldies looking out for the young kid on the block! Definitely five stars. All three books had humour, not laugh out loud but enough to keep you reading. Bones in the garden as a new way to find a boyfriend, an old box and someones idea of gangsters and lastly an old murderer coming back to town. Throw in an amateur detective and a neighbourhood of oldies. Smashing

  4. 4 out of 5

    Allison

    Murder with a heavy dose of comedy The quality of the writing is great, they story really sucks you in. There is so much humour in this book, I found myself laughing frequently and even sharing pages of it aloud. A real must read.

  5. 5 out of 5

    K B

    4 stars I received a free copy of Pineapple Lies: Pineapple Port Mystery 1 by Amy Vasant and this review was given freely. Read in March 2017. Pineapple Lies started out a little slow and "Folksy" with our heroine Charlotte expressing her sarcastic wit and her thoughts going on multiple side tangents. Mariska , Darla, Bob and Frank ground the story. Jackie and Seamus bring a edge of mystery and intrigue. Declan's character rounds out the story by providing a budding and sweet romance. I wasn't sur 4 stars I received a free copy of Pineapple Lies: Pineapple Port Mystery 1 by Amy Vasant and this review was given freely. Read in March 2017. Pineapple Lies started out a little slow and "Folksy" with our heroine Charlotte expressing her sarcastic wit and her thoughts going on multiple side tangents. Mariska , Darla, Bob and Frank ground the story. Jackie and Seamus bring a edge of mystery and intrigue. Declan's character rounds out the story by providing a budding and sweet romance. I wasn't sure that I was going to like this cozy Mystery/Romance because it started out more like a sarcastic slice of contemporary small town life and not how I anticipate. By the second chapter, I was hooked. 5 stars I purchased Pineapple Mystery Box: Pineapple Port Mystery book 2 by Amy Vasant and this review was given freely. Read march 2017. Pineapple Mystery Box was both well written and more complex focusing on blending multiple story-lines and mysteries. Just the right blend of community interaction, mystery, intrigue, romance and humor. Amy Vasant continues to expand the Characters from Pineapple Lies. Mariska and Darla continue to provide motherly love, Darla and Justine provide some intrigue, Justine and Seamus's romance continues to build, Charlotte gets help from the community as well as Seamaus and Frank to train as a PI , and Charlotte and Declan's romance heats up. New characters were introduced giving you hints of what is to come in future novels. I like how this novel was a complex full length cozy mystery that was focused more of the plots and less on how scattered Charlotte's thoughts are. 4 stars I purchased Pineapple Puzzles A Pineapple Port Mystery: Book Three by Amy Vansant and this review was given freely. Read March 2017. The scene is set with recently retired Alex from Philadelphia, PA meeting the bartender and famous wooden jigsaw puzzle maker Pat. A gruesome killing spree ensues with a puzzle piece left at each scene. Charlotte who is interning with Sheriff Frank to gain hours towards her PI license becomes embroiled in solving the mystery of the puzzle killer but also has to contend with the return of Declan's less than nice ex the lawyer Stephanie. Action packed and sometimes gruesome with comic relief from a hairless cat, the sheriff's dispatcher Ruby, Declan's new employee Blade, and the ladies who love Charlotte.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Myra Ball

    Wonderful humorous mystery series with unique plots This series gets better with each book. Charlotte is in her mid-twenties and grew up in Pineapple Port surrounded by senior citizens. Pineapple Port is basically a retirement community that provides interesting characters. In the first book Charlotte finds a 15 year old corpse in her back yard. This leads her to be a private investigator after solving crimes in her community. The second and third book is Charlotte working with her boyfriend , De Wonderful humorous mystery series with unique plots This series gets better with each book. Charlotte is in her mid-twenties and grew up in Pineapple Port surrounded by senior citizens. Pineapple Port is basically a retirement community that provides interesting characters. In the first book Charlotte finds a 15 year old corpse in her back yard. This leads her to be a private investigator after solving crimes in her community. The second and third book is Charlotte working with her boyfriend , Declan's, uncle Seamus and her close friend the Sheriff, Frank to get her PI licences. Charlotte is helped by lots of seniors that are absolutely funny characters. The third book was my favorite with everybody working to find a serial killer that calls Pineapple Port home. If you like great plots with laugh out loud humor then this book is for you.

  7. 4 out of 5

    J.M. Cornwell

    Senior community mysteries I got these mysteries because they were offered. Having just transitioned into a senior community I had to face the fact that I am a senior citizen. I feel more like I am my early 20s and have been left here by the death of my parents. The fact is, I have been shelved here by my sisters and my parents have been dead for years. At least they found me a place to live with people are cordial and generous and interesting. The Van Sant mysteries take place in Pineapple Port Senior community mysteries I got these mysteries because they were offered. Having just transitioned into a senior community I had to face the fact that I am a senior citizen. I feel more like I am my early 20s and have been left here by the death of my parents. The fact is, I have been shelved here by my sisters and my parents have been dead for years. At least they found me a place to live with people are cordial and generous and interesting. The Van Sant mysteries take place in Pineapple Port Florida. The protagonist is a twenty-something girl who grew up in pineapple port after her mother dies and has been adopted by the residents. That in itself makes for a quirky heroine and colleagues and makes this series off-the-wall and fun. If you like cozy mysteries this one is for you. The mysteries are too hard to solve but they do require you to pay attention. After all, how many female serial killers have you read about in the newspapers or in books? I have met some females who could easily pass for serial killers but they were just nasty people. We make the hell that we live in and we dream up the hell we live in. The same is true of these mysteries. I wouldn't mind a pawnshop owner of Irish descent named Declan who looks the way he is described in the Pineapple Port mysteries. I don't know too many women who would not like to be chased or courted by Declan or even his Irish uncle Seamus. There are dogs and cats aplenty and one naked cat called Mr. Coppertone. As is common in senior communities, all types of seniors live there. The cast of characters includes women married to cops, women living with men who belong to a Bourbon club, and women living alone who payback rude people they bump into with comeuppance that include extreme prejudice. Young men see their future in their elderly relatives or just make them comfortable while they slip into the arms of cancer and awaken to the joys of mystery plants pulled from someone's yard and transplanted for their pleasure. There are card parties and water aerobics for the residents but nothing too strenuous for their seniors. At least it keeps them busy and keeps them mostly out of trouble. The mysteries are entertaining and fraught with love affairs gone bad and lovers who are more like predators than prey. It takes all kinds and most of them can be found in pineapple port when they aren't decorating their houses with inflatable Witchy Poo's and flamingos dressed in Santa clothes. What a place for young girl to grow up in when she has filled her life with aunties and uncles and mysteries. For cozy mystery, this is worth the time. At least it's fun.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Kamylyon

    Fun in the sun! Charlotte grew up in Pineapple Port, in the heart of Florida's retirement belt. At 26 she was the youngest person in the village, having been raised by her grandmother after her mother's death, and then by the good people of Pineapple Port after her grandmother's death. It took some finagling, but with Sheriff Marshall on their side, they'd managed to get her from 11 to 26 without too much trauma. Then she gets caught in a mystery and decides that she has to solve it. Which leads he Fun in the sun! Charlotte grew up in Pineapple Port, in the heart of Florida's retirement belt. At 26 she was the youngest person in the village, having been raised by her grandmother after her mother's death, and then by the good people of Pineapple Port after her grandmother's death. It took some finagling, but with Sheriff Marshall on their side, they'd managed to get her from 11 to 26 without too much trauma. Then she gets caught in a mystery and decides that she has to solve it. Which leads her to what she realizes is her life's calling. Charlotte is now working on getting her private investigator's license. It couldn't happen to a nicer girl!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Tanya

    The premise of these stories is about a young woman raised in a retirement community, which I really liked! So she’s in her early twenties but is integrated into this retirement culture which makes for fun characters and side stories! I liked the first book best, the second was still pretty good but I actually stopped reading the third. She had been becoming a detective but the third book started involving serial killers which got too weird for me. Generally these are light and funny and quirky- The premise of these stories is about a young woman raised in a retirement community, which I really liked! So she’s in her early twenties but is integrated into this retirement culture which makes for fun characters and side stories! I liked the first book best, the second was still pretty good but I actually stopped reading the third. She had been becoming a detective but the third book started involving serial killers which got too weird for me. Generally these are light and funny and quirky- which was why the serial killers seemed a bit heavy. But they have a fun and entertaining writing style!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Fr Neil

    A fun read. Characterisation is fine. I shouldn't like to live in Pineapple Port: a whole town for the retired wouldn't appeal at all to me; the UK does have such places as villages, and those don't appeal either. But that's a matter of personal preference, and the book gives an insight into what life would be like there. It loses stars because there are mistakes with possessive apostrophes, confusion between the verbs lie and lay and some oddities such as misspelling of muumuu and grit erroneous A fun read. Characterisation is fine. I shouldn't like to live in Pineapple Port: a whole town for the retired wouldn't appeal at all to me; the UK does have such places as villages, and those don't appeal either. But that's a matter of personal preference, and the book gives an insight into what life would be like there. It loses stars because there are mistakes with possessive apostrophes, confusion between the verbs lie and lay and some oddities such as misspelling of muumuu and grit erroneously given as the past tense of that verb (should be gritted).

  11. 5 out of 5

    Zina Losey

    Funny, a delight to read! Great, well developed characters. Keeps the action going in a retirement community. Will definitely read more of Amy’s books! Sometimes I got mixed-up and had to re-read to figure out what was going on and who was who. Felt this last book in the box set left me hanging...wanting more answers, but all I came up with is more questions! Guess it’s on to the next book!!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Debra S Hardin

    Problem with third book I would have given the first two books each a 4, but the third brought the rating down. It didn't seem as well written, was darker, and ended in somewhat of a cliffhanger. The characters are quirky and often humorous. The plots in the first two books were better. The last book's plot had promise, but fell short in the last part of the book. I would have preferred not knowing who Alex was to closer to a resolution of the mystery. Problem with third book I would have given the first two books each a 4, but the third brought the rating down. It didn't seem as well written, was darker, and ended in somewhat of a cliffhanger. The characters are quirky and often humorous. The plots in the first two books were better. The last book's plot had promise, but fell short in the last part of the book. I would have preferred not knowing who Alex was to closer to a resolution of the mystery.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Jeffrey Tinker

    Welcome to Pineapple Port The three books in this set are enough to get you hooked for the rest. The cast of characters, with all their quirks and foibles, are fleshed out and believable. There are dangers aplenty for Charlotte and her geriatric pals. Declan, her boyfriend, Seamus, his uncle, and Sheriff Frank round out the main cast . Cozy mysteries with a little romance thrown in. Fast and easy reading.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Veronica

    This is an amazingly fantastic series. Budding romance. Mysteries that keep me reading until near the end of the last chapter. Fascinating characters. If the weather were more compatible I'd want to visit Pineapple Cove. As it is, there are still later books in the series I now need to read to find out what happens next. WOW. This is an amazingly fantastic series. Budding romance. Mysteries that keep me reading until near the end of the last chapter. Fascinating characters. If the weather were more compatible I'd want to visit Pineapple Cove. As it is, there are still later books in the series I now need to read to find out what happens next. WOW.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Kat Taylor

    Family is complicated 1,2,and 3 of pineapple mystery's was free so I gave it a read and I'm so glad I did, what a great dysfunctional family of caracters.,every one has a past some more than others in a retirement community that brings all kinds of confusion and mystery's and even murder. Come along and enter this crazy and wild ride. Kat Family is complicated 1,2,and 3 of pineapple mystery's was free so I gave it a read and I'm so glad I did, what a great dysfunctional family of caracters.,every one has a past some more than others in a retirement community that brings all kinds of confusion and mystery's and even murder. Come along and enter this crazy and wild ride. Kat

  16. 4 out of 5

    Sandra Tatum

    Lots of action in senior citizens community Loved the characters! Easy read. Living in her grandmothers ‘s house is anything but dull Pineapple Puzzles was really tense and left the door open for further dealings with Stephanie and her mother who was the Puzzle Killer. Stephanie appears to have same characteristics as her mother which spells trouble ahead.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Martha E. Walton

    This series turned dark I believe I ordered the Pineapple Port series on Kindle under the "cozy mysteries" genre. The first book fit that description, but the second and third books got darker and darker. I lost track of the number of bloody murders in book 3. However, the story lines became more intricate and complex with multiple surprises. This series turned dark I believe I ordered the Pineapple Port series on Kindle under the "cozy mysteries" genre. The first book fit that description, but the second and third books got darker and darker. I lost track of the number of bloody murders in book 3. However, the story lines became more intricate and complex with multiple surprises.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie

    I enjoyed these first three books. There are rounded characters, interesting interactions, and a mystery (or two) to boot. The main character is likable, and her living in a retirement community allows for a lot of humor. These mysteries aren't Sherlock Holmes or Agatha Christie tough, but they do keep you guessing for a while; and enjoying the ride to the solution. I enjoyed these first three books. There are rounded characters, interesting interactions, and a mystery (or two) to boot. The main character is likable, and her living in a retirement community allows for a lot of humor. These mysteries aren't Sherlock Holmes or Agatha Christie tough, but they do keep you guessing for a while; and enjoying the ride to the solution.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Cynthia

    The first 3 books in a set What wonderful books....nice "clean" books I would suggest to anyone ....Amy Vansant is a wonderful writer and I (for one) am very glad she decided to share her talents with us. I am looking forward to reading the rest of her "Pineapple Port" mysteries. I went and found them after I finished the first book. 🐼 The first 3 books in a set What wonderful books....nice "clean" books I would suggest to anyone ....Amy Vansant is a wonderful writer and I (for one) am very glad she decided to share her talents with us. I am looking forward to reading the rest of her "Pineapple Port" mysteries. I went and found them after I finished the first book. 🐼

  20. 4 out of 5

    Joni

    3 book set by a new author to me The series has grown on me. When I first started I wasn’t sure I was going to make it through the first book. But it got better and better. I like the quirkiness of the characters. It also had a good plot line. In the 3rd book I didn’t figure out who was the killer. I’m ready for the next book or books.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Ellen White

    Retirement home is never dull. She has filled these with an abundance of humor, and with this box set, there is plenty. The characters, have plenty of attitude, and curiosity to make this a delightful series to read.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Kris Kuebel

    You will laugh out loud This author has a knack for witty dialogue and drawing characters that are just like people you know. Take the time to enjoy them. I can't wait to read more. You will laugh out loud This author has a knack for witty dialogue and drawing characters that are just like people you know. Take the time to enjoy them. I can't wait to read more.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Kathleen Weston

    Her plots, her characters, her wit and the romance make for a very enjoyable read. I'll be downloading the rest of her Pineapple Port books. The first three are free with Amazon prime. Thank you Amazon Her plots, her characters, her wit and the romance make for a very enjoyable read. I'll be downloading the rest of her Pineapple Port books. The first three are free with Amazon prime. Thank you Amazon

  24. 4 out of 5

    anne Halvorson

    Interesting and different Theres a lot of things happening in these stories. There is a main plot (kind of a cliffhanger from story to story) but it frequently gets set aside for a lot of quirky little plots. Interesting characters.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Ronald Fink

    Funny and captivating with a little intrigue! I have read 6 books from this author and have enjoyed each one. They are funny and yet can be serious all on the same page. Start with book one or skip around they will still entertain.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Patrica Rickaby

    Great Endings Box of three books,all with unexpected endings,terrific endings! Writer used the word “smirk”a lot in first two books, only a couple of times in last book. This was the only fault because in many cases “smile” would have been a better choice.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Ruth Caves

    What does age have to do with it Very cute stories. Loved the idea of a senior retirement community setting, so easy to incorporate a senior with skills no matter what is needed for the plot. We might get old, but we're not dead yet. What does age have to do with it Very cute stories. Loved the idea of a senior retirement community setting, so easy to incorporate a senior with skills no matter what is needed for the plot. We might get old, but we're not dead yet.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Elaine Hopkins

    Florida resting NOT! While retirement communities rise in Florida in this little community the death rate rises, but not because of people aging. Murder mystery and theivery can be found in several places near Pineapple Place. Who knew?? Great read for a could cozy mystery.

  29. 5 out of 5

    needra little

    Funny uplifting novels Cute characters and love the interaction with all the residents of Pineapple Port. Liked the fact that the ending was a mystery. Look forward to other books

  30. 4 out of 5

    Debra Brown

    Pineapple pack Amy Vansant has a flair for witty cozy mysteries. These are wonderful reads. Look forward to reading anything she writes. Put it on your to be read list.

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