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    The heroine is a klutz!

    cozy-mystery, southern, family-dynamics, murder-investigation, situational-humor, verbal-humor A fun southern mystery. The boyfriend's aunt is charged with the murder of the girl whose skeleton was discovered in the flower bed even though it happened over thirty years ago and the girl was presumed to have run away. So the two sisters get involved to find a more likely killer. Let the sleuthing begin! Their mother is a flake, there's a ghostly uncle, and grandpa was a marvelous stage magician before grandma opened the B&B in Savanna, Georgia. Lots of laughs, red herrings, and misdirection make this a great read! I requested and received a free ebook copy from Alibi/Penguin Random House Publishing via NetGalley. Thank you!
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    Cozy Fun

    This is the first of Fardig’s B&B series that I have read, but I’m no stranger to her cozy mysteries. I have enjoyed her Java Jive books previously. This series is set in Savannah and revolves around the Bellandini sisters and Quinn’s boyfriend, Tucker. While digging a fire pit, they unearth the 30 year old remains of a missing neighbor. They must then find the true killer in order to exonerate Tucker’s aunt. The plot is full of twists and turns that keep readers guessing til the end. A nice cozy read for a lazy evening.
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    Memories and murder

    The Bellandini sisters have dusted off their sleuthing hats again when the aunt of Qunn’s boyfriend is arrested for a murder that took place 33 years ago. Soon things turn quite personal when Quinn and Delilah’s parents are fingered in a suicide note by one of the dead girl’s best friends. As the Bellandini sisters try to get to the truth, their list of suspect grows, but the one thing they are sure of is that Aunt Lela and their parents are innocent. With so many years and layers of lies to get through, the girls have their work cut out for them. No matter how dysfunctional their parents are, the girls will do their best to prove their innocence. I’ve waited a long time for this second book in the series and was not disappointed. There are a ton of suspects an red herrings as the story progresses. It’s so easy to change your guesses as you read on. The characters are a bit eccentric and quirky and that makes for an interesting time in Savannah with the Bellandinis.
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    Southern Harm!

    There are some books that you read and the pages fly by and you're finished reading it in a day. I wish I could say that with this book. It was just too monotonous and the overabundance of suspects made it too confusing to keep the plot straight. I loved the three main characters. They were charming. I think if there was more action in the beginning, or midway through the book, I would have found it easier to read. I received this advanced reader's copy from Netgalley in exchange for my honest review.
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    Quinn and D are at it again.

    Quinn and D are at it again. When Quinn and her boyfriend, Tucker, dig up a skeleton in his aunt's yard, they are thrown into the past. Quinn and D's parents' past. The skeleton is the girl they all thought left town 33 years before. Tucker's aunt is accused of the murder and they know that they have to investigate. Along the way, they find out so many things about their parents and they are not sure who committed the murder. They have to keep looking for the murderer with so much at stake.
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