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  • Music City Murder

    When an old abandoned motel is up for auction, Whitney and Buck are hoping they make the winning bid on the property. Having to join a third person to get the property, they manage to work together to secure the winning bid. Now Whitney and Buck can remodel the motel and turn it into condos while saving a Nashville landmark from demolition. On their first visit to the property they find a squatter in one of the rooms. On the next visit they find a body in the room next door. When the body turns out to be a promising new talent, the property becomes the memorial point for the star’s fans. In order to keep their investment from washing out, Whitney helps her boyfriend, Detective Collin Flynn, try to figure out which of the many suspects had it in for Beckett Morgan and did the deed on their property. This is the first book I have read in this series and it serves fine as a stand alone with no gaps or missing links. There is an abundant pool of suspects, red herrings and music to keep you guessing whodunit until the very end. I really enjoyed this book and am glad I found the author and her series. I’ll be back for more in Music City.

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  • I enjoyed it

    This is a new to me series but I am glad I found it. I enjoyed the characters and the whodunit was interesting. I am not usually a fan of house flippers books and shows but this one entertained me. I could have done without the chapters from the cat’s POV. I found it a needless interruption to the flow of the story. I will definitely pick up the previous books in the series and I look forward to its continuation. I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of this book.

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  • Entertaining and fun

    This is an entertaining book that fans of the genre will enjoy. The who-done-it murder kept me guessing until the end. I enjoyed the budding relationship between Whitney and Collin and am looking forward to more of them in future books. I also enjoyed the descriptions of Nashville - especially the bridge as crossing that bridge has kicked my butt more than one, lol. To me, the book seemed to lag and move slowly in its middle third. If I wasn't such a fan of the author, I might have been tempted to put it down. For that reason, I'm giving this one 3.5 stars, but am rounding up to four stars. The author is on my must read authors' list.

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  • Twisty

    music-idol, law-enforcement, murder, murder-investigation, amateur-sleuth, cats, cozy-mystery, family, friendship, renovation, small-business**** If you geek cats and house flipping, you'll adore this cozy set in Nashville. The publisher's blurb is pretty good, but the quality of the story is much better. While there is a hint of romance, it certainly is not blatant enough to take anything away from the mystery but serves as a plot device to enhance the deduction process. The cat seems to specialize in finding dead bodies and the detective is a good guy. A good cozy full of twists and red herrings. I requested and received a free temporary ebook copy from St. Martin's Press via NetGalley. Thanks!

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  • A fun mystery

    In this third installment in Diane Kelly's House-Flipping Mystery series, Whitney and her cousin Buck are excited about their latest project - turning an old, run-down motel into condos. Unfortunately, their excitement is short-lived when they discover a squatter and a dead body on the property. A fun read, with memorable characters, and a well-crafted mystery. Whitney is a down-to-earth and likable protagonist, and I care about her and the people in her life. I will definitely be back for another visit with her and the gang. This installment can easily be read as a standalone. Thank you to NetGalley and St.Martin's Press for the opportunity to read this ARC in exchange for an honest review.

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