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    very enjoyable

    Jill and company are becoming good friends. I enjoyed the short
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    A great series!

    Number ten in the series does not disappoint! I think this series just keeps getting better! The series is engaging and I couldn't put this book down! For a novella length mystery, it was really well written and kept me engrossed and guessing! I highly recommend this book. I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
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    Erin Go Bragh and Murder

    St Patrick’s Day festivities are in full swing in South Cove, California and Jill Gardner’s store, Coffee, Books and More, is hopping. While most of the revelers are enjoying green beer and spirits, more than a few are stopping in for coffee. While serving one young woman, Jill struck up a brief conversation and was drawn to the young woman, only to find she was murdered later that evening. With the memory of the young woman fresh in her mind, Jill manages to speak to some locals and gets abetter picture of the young woman’s day. Eventually she manages to be in the right place at the right time and the pieces all fall into place. This was a great short little read and I’ve enjoyed the series. The characters are well developed and you’ll find a series with quite a few books that you give you a nice collection of stories to read. Even if you haven’t read any of the other books, give this one a read and enjoy your time in South Cove.
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    Short and Sweet Cozy Mystery

    This story is part of the tourist trap series. This is a very short novella of fewer than 70 pages. It is like watching a very good, half-hour television mystery. I was very surprised when the end jumped up and bit me! The book stands alone perfectly. This is the first of the series that I have read and I never felt like I was missing details. The author does mention an occasional detail from the past, but it is within the context of this story. There is humor mixed with the drama as well as dogs and romance. I plan on buying more of this series. I was given this ARC book for free and this is my honest review.
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    A novella, but not short on mystery or characters

    I love the fact that every book and novella in the series feels like a visit with good friends. I also enjoy the fact that each novella offers a complete story with a good range of characters. While I prefer reading any series in order, I believe that Corned Beef and Casualties could be read as a standalone introduction to the series. I won a copy of the book through Goodreads. As a long time fan of A Tourist Trap Mystery, I always share my delight in the books. The St. Patrick's Day vacationers are a welcome addition to the town's economy, but even the business owners are ready for the long weekend to end. Promoting South Cove as a destination for a holiday that celebrates beer drinking and drunkenness as much as anything else no longer seems like such a good idea. And then one of the visitors is found dead. Jill feels an attachment to the woman, and doesn't believe that she committed suicide. The townspeople may not have those few days but I sure did. I love all of the books in this series. Just a reminder: the holiday novella fall earlier in the series than full length novels released before them. #Goodreads #CornedBeefandCasualties
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