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  • This new cozy series had me at Cornwall!

    Pineapple Mottley, know to friends and family as Motts, has inherited her aunt’s cottage in Cornwall and leaves London behind. As Motts begins to clean up the garden and get it ready for a resurgence, her helper finds a body buried there. Now her parents are even more concerned than ever about her being so far away from them in London. Being autistic, Motts doesn’t always handle things quite the same as other people do. Motts she has a need to get answers to questions she has and this body means she needs some serious answers….and she can’t help but ask for answers. Now Motts needs to balance her need for answers with her need to stay alive, She’s hoping to go two for two and solve the murder so she can settle into her home and get on with living her life. This is a great start to a new series set in Cornwall and I couldn’t be more pleased with the location along the sea. The author does a fabulous job with our autistic and asexual protagonist, making her genuine and authentic. I am impress and am looking forward to more in this series.

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  • I look forward to more of Maggs and her friends

    I love Maggs. She is a delightful character. Her direct manner is refreshing. The body is discovered in her garden when she is revamping it after inheriting the cottage from her aunt. I had guessed who the culprit was in this cold case investigation but still thoroughly enjoyed this cozy murder mystery. The loving friends and support of many of the villagers is evident throughout. I’m unsure how this thirty-something, self employed and autistic lead character would manage without them. It really spoke to me that they were there for her, for the good times and the not-so-good times. They also stepped up and stepped in when she was struggling with the many interactions and increased scrutiny as the case progressed. They really are the family she has chosen for herself. Her pets are as quirky (and charming) as she is, adding another element to the story. She talks to hers almost as much as I do to mine! I look forward to more of Maggs and her friends going forward With thanks to #NetGalley, Tangled Tree Publishing and the author for my free advanced reader copy to review in exchange for an honest opinion.

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  • Completely yuk.

    First of all the main character makes a living selling paper flowers! Sort of says it all. Cheesy and dramatic and big holes in the plot line.

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  • The weirdest book

    This has to be the weirdest book I have ever read. I appreciated learning more about autism but for the rest, no. The plot line didn't even hold up - it was too easy to know "who did it".

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  • Very odd

    The character is odd and although I appreciate her struggle with autism, the whole bisexual/asexual story line was too much.

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