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  • Some Like it Hawk

    Delightful and funny. I love this series!

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  • Some like it Hawk

    Not "literature" but well paced and fun.

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  • Perfect for ludite Southern grannies

    Clomping, underwrought plot with the writing style of a 14 year old. Boring nonsense with blacksmith young mother as incompetant local snoop. Loves guns, noise and leaving kids with male babysitters. Southern USA version of a strong feminist lead. Sad.

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  • The embezzler and the bank

    situational-humor, verbal-humor, family-dynamics, friendship, cozy-mystery The town of Caerphilly has been tossed out of its municipal buildings by The Evil Lender since the felonious former mayor did not make payment on loans which used the buildings as collateral and then absconded with the money. Almost all of the relevant offices and materials were relocated when the problem came to light over a year ago, but one citizen has camped out in an area of the basement which appears inaccessible and is guarding all of the documents stored there. There actually is a tunnel to the hidden area and it is kind of an open secret to the townsfolk who have been supplying foodstuffs and other necessities. But of course there are complications and a murder, so then the fun and the sleuthing begin in earnest! Loved it!

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  • Body is City Hall

    When a bank repossessed all the buildings in Caerphilly, the town clerk boarded himself in the town hall basement. Now Meg, her family, and the rest of the town are smuggling supplies to him. But when a body turns up just outside his barricade, the jig may be up. Can Meg find the killer without giving away the secret? I love these characters, and I will never complaint about spending time with them. However, I felt the plot could have used more twists or something. And these books have lost some of their humor. Still, fans of the series will enjoy this one.

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