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    Engaging, splendid, and enjoyable cozy mystery.

    “Madelyn, this is your mother,” she said, terse. “Don’t come. I repeat, do not come.” My scalp pricked. “What-?” “The cow is under attack.” “Attack?” My grip tighten on the phone. “What’s happening?” Slate straightened. “Maddie?”  “Oh my God. The gingerbread men!” she shrieked, and the phone disconnected. I had a great laugh with that start to Deja Moo. It’s another delightful cozy mystery in the Perfectly Proper Paranormal Museum series. In Deja Moo we get a few different mysteries; in the Christmas Cow that’s burned down, one of the guards is killed, their is the cowbells which are reported to be cursed, and someone is out to kill Maddie and her mother. I've been having a charming time with this series. I really enjoy the small town portrayed. It’s quaint with a wonderful cast of characters. I also really like the small paranormal elements that we get with the museum. As for the story it flows nicely and the mysteries where well done that they kept me guessing until the end. Maddie’s mom is a character. She is determined to find out who shot one of the guards at this year’s Christmas Cow and so that brings us to Maddie who finds herself in another investigation, even though she says her investigating days are over. I like Maddie. She has a knack for getting people too open up and share with her, which gains her information to work with in discover who’s the killer. I also love Maddie’s friends. They are a great cast of characters. There are some interesting side stories that add depth and problems for Maddie. I also enjoyed how the haunted bells where weaved into the story. The only thing I didn’t care for is the Mason and Belle stuff which I felt was rather pointless. If you’ve read the series in order then you know I wasn’t to happy with Mason in book 2 and was hoping that that relationship aspect was over with and we could move onto Detective Slate. I will say that I’m glad to see the Mason issue resolved by the end, but I could have done without it Deja Moo. Though the Mason and Belle stuff got to me, it didn’t take away from the mysteries featured in Deja Moo. This was another engaging and splendid read for me. I’m looking forward to the next installment. Rated: 4 Stars
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    A Fun and Quirky Read

    Maddie Kosloski is the owner of the paranormal museum in San Benedetto, California. As if having a paranormal museum isn’t qurirky enough, there’s always the annual straw Christmas cow tradition San Benedetto has as well. As much as the cow is an annual tradition, so, it seems, is setting the cow on fire…you can even place a bet on when the cow will go up in flames! Every year the Ladies Aid and Dairy Association not only build the cow, but they pull duty trying to prevent the cow from being set on fire. When Maddie’s mother mother is on duty, four gingerbread men and Santa set the cow on fire with flaming arrows. But it’s not just the cow that’s down for the count, so is the head of the Dairy Association who had been partnered with Maddie’s mom to guard the cow. When the town seems to blame the murder on the cursed Christmas cowbells that Maddie has on display in the museum, things really start to get out of hand. Trying to diffuse the tension in the community, Maddie arranges for the curse on the bells to be bound. It’s good publicity right? Teaming up with her crush, detective Jason Slate, and her mother Maddie works to solve the murder. Was it an innocent prank gone wrong, or was it cold, premeditated murder? You’ll have to read the story to find out. This is a fun story set in a quirky community. Grab a hot cup of tea, curl up with the book, and spend some time with Maddie and her friends in San Benedetto.
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