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  • Disappointing read

    The mystery really wasn't. This isn't a novel; it's a short story. I expected more.

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  • Too bad it's not longer

    Fun but short read with all the favorite characters from South Cove. If you enjoy the series you like this one.

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  • Enjoyable 😊

    This was a short, fun book, with all the familiar characters. My suggestion would be to the readers unfamiliar with Lynn Cahoon’s “A Tourist Trap Mystery” series, that they read this first to familiarize themselves with the characters. Easy reading and enjoyable.

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  • A Tourist Trap Mystery novella

    Rockets’ Dead Glare is satisfying cozy mystery. It is a short novella (only 77 pages), but the author packed a lot into those pages. We get to catch up on our favorite characters as they plan for the town’s Fourth of July. The characters are well-developed and are relatable. South Cove is a charming small town with quaint shops and festivities for every holiday. I thoroughly enjoyed the cunning mystery. I believe some of you will be surprised with the solution. The mystery was not neglected in this short story (it was not rushed or incomplete). I do wish that Greg King, Jill’s boyfriend, would get on board with her sleuthing. Jill’s inquisitiveness is a part of her and he needs to be more understanding. If he is worried about her being in danger, then he needs to teach her self-defense (I cannot see Jill carrying a gun). Rockets’ Dead Glare is well-written and has a nice, steady pace. I can relate to Aunt Jackie wanting to use walkie talkie’s for communicating with her off-site employees (they do come in handy when you have a technologically challenged person in your life). There are delightful cozy moments in the book with Emma (Jill’s dog), talking about books, food, time with friends, and walking on the beach. Rockets’ Dead Glare is a gratifying cozy mystery that will tide me over until the next A Tourist Trap Mystery (A Deadly Brew).

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  • I loved it!

    This novella in this ongoing series does not disappoint! The series is engaging and keeps getting better. I love the setting of South Cove and Coffee, Books and More. The characters are realistic and well written, especially Jill. The whodunit kept me guessing right until the conclusion. I highly recommend this book. I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.

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