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  • Hospitality & Homicide

    The book was interesting and amusing at the same time.

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  • Lynn Cahoon Hospitality and Homicide

    South Cove, California is the home of Jill Gardner. Jill runs a Coffee and Book shop with her aunt. They are hosting the popular mystery writer, Nathan Pike for a book signing event. He will be spending time in town to write his next book plus spend time with Detective Greg King to experience real police work in action for his book writing. The owner of a local Bed and Breakfast is found murder. He was murdered exactly as a character in the author's draft for his next book. Jill is kept busy studying for her exams, interviewing people for the shop, keeping an eye on her psychic neighbor, deciding whether she and Greg should live together plus investigating the murder to prove the author's innocence. Her psychic neighbor believe a missing boy is alive and is trying to locate him after everyone else gave up on finding him. Emma, Jill's dog plays an active part in helping solve one of the mysteries. The story is fast paced with interesting, colorful and well written characters. It has plenty of suspense, humor and a touch of romance. This is book # 8 in the Tourist Trap Mystery series. It can be read as a stand alone. Good read!! I volunteered to read this eBook. Thanks to Lyrical Underground and Kensington Books via Net Gallery for the opportunity. My opinion is my own.

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  • Hospitality and Homicide

    Really enjoyed this one. Insight into the characters was nice

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  • Light Whodunit!

    Pleasant series, this is the eighth book in the series. I started this series, as light reading. I'm really enjoying the setting of South Cove, the characters and Jill, the owner of Coffee, Books and More. It's a light whodunit. I found the books got better and better. Nice work Lynn Cahoon.

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  • I really enjoyed it.

    I really enjoyed this book. It was a little different from the others I have read by Lynn. I found it was less about the murder and more about what was going on in every ones lives. Quite a change in style. I would recommend it to all.

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