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  • Play That Funky Music White Koi by Dakota Cassidy

    Play That Funky Music White Koi by Dakota Cassidy A cozy mystery. Second in the series but can be read alone. Lemon Layne has been asking questions and solving mysteries back to her childhood days. But this is the second murder in the small town in just a few months and it's causing all kinds of havoc and crazy behavior. The danger is just outside Lemon's door and with investigation, turn out its not the first death surrounding a group of friends. Lemon investigates while her family and friends try to keep her safe and out of trouble, not always successfully. A bit on the light and humorous side but overall much more gripping than the first book. A good mystery. Excerpt: “I told you, I saw it on Thea’s Facebook pa…” I stopped short and gave her a guilty look, waiting for my lecture, because despite what she’d said about not nagging me, she was Coco after all. “As you snooped,” she said on a laugh, poking my arm. “I told you, I’m not going to nag you anymore. I just want you to be careful, and while you’re at it, admit you can’t resist getting involved.” I let out what felt like the longest-held breath in the history of holding one’s breath and threw my hands up in the air in defeat. “Okay, so I was snooping, and I can’t help but snoop because it’s in my blood and I mostly suck at it, as proven in the case of Myron’s murder. But it’s a compulsion I’m unable to control. I fought it all day long and it’s killing me. Like, literally, it’s all I can do not to bury myself in Facebook pages. I mean, Cappie and I found a dead woman in my koi pond, Coco. Almost right on top of Koi George. How am I just supposed to ignore that?” Wow, that felt good to say out loud." Excerpt from Play That Funky Music White Koi by Dakota Cassidy

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