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    Hit and Nun by Dakota Cassidy

    Hit and Nun by Dakota Cassidy Talking animals from hell. That’s the beginning of this 2nd book in the Nun of Your Business Mystery series. Per the author, and I agree, these books should be read in order. Full of funny cliches, one liners and old trivia worthy phrases, this paranormal cozy mystery is a hoot. The bumbling amateur sleuth gets in the middle of another death investigation in the name of protecting her friends. Relationships are deepening between the main characters as the storyline and arc progresses. Lots of questions on my head about upcoming dangling clues: will more develop between Trixie and Cross? Will Coop’s fixation on Alexis Carrington go further? Will the owl and the dog become friends and will a new talking animal join the crew in the next book? Crazy questions for a crazy cozy mystery series.
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    Amazing

    The second entry to the series picks up not long after the first finishes with our favourite ex nun and demon finally making a living. Sounds boring until Ms Cassidy works her magic by throwing in a dead naked bike rider..... Hilarious moments, excellent turns of phrase and poor Jackie Collins imitation makes for a well written book with the main mystery solved and the underlying one getting more intriguing.
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