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  • A good read!

    cosy-mystery, England, family-dynamics, friendship, twisty, abusive-spouse, murder, law-enforcement, small-business, small-town I liked it. More of a novella length which made the task of fitting everything in quite a task for the author. She finds a body and the detective brushes her off when she suggests murder. Then the Medical Examiner weighs in. Not deathless prose but a nice cozy to keep me company while doing household tasks. Jennifer M. Dixon seemed to be an interested narrator but with allergies making her voice a bit nasal and my midwestern self needed to listen at 1.2 speed (not a complaint).

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  • Nice cozy mystery

    3.5 stars for this first in a series featuring Exham-on-Sea and its new inhabitant, Libby. While walking a friend’s dog on the beach, Libby discovers a body under the lighthouse, which turns out to be that of a local woman who left long ago, and from there follows an investigation with the help of a local man named Max. Soon a second body is found by Libby and the town is in a flutter until Libby and Max unravel the mystery and identify the guilty party.

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  • Great start to a fun series.

    I really enjoyed this short novel. Lilly has left London after the death of her husband and is starting over in the small village of Exham. While walking on the beach she discovers a body under the lighthouse and learns later that it's that of a famous singer who grew up in the town. She meets the dishy Max, so there's a little romance and a little detective work. Great fun.

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  • Yawner

    Not bad for a first novel. Takes place in a small town and too much of the content is about the relationships among the locals. Yawn. Yes there is a murder and at the end, the culprit blurts out a long confession in front of witnesses. Hmm.... (But the second book is worse in all respects.)

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