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    law-enforcement, amateur-sleuth, senior-citizens, family-dynamics, friendship, Russian-heritage, cozy-mystery ***** Strange things are happening in Redwood Cove and it will take both law enforcement and a group of local sleuths to get to the bottom of things. First there's a jewel encrusted dagger that looks like one kept by two gray haired brothers who were smuggled out of Russia as young children, and later a dead body has ties to the old men. Along the way the reader learns about the Russian aristocracy, Russian heritage celebrations, Cossack riding skills, and how a real Russian samovar is properly used. The mystery itself is well done and has just enough twists and red herrings, the characters are interesting and engaging, and the scenery and activities are clearly depicted. I loved it! I requested and received a free ebook copy from Lyrical Underground via NetGalley. Thank you!
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    I recommend the series

    I received a free copy of MURDER AT THE MARINA (A Kelly Jackson Mystery Book 5) by Janet Finsilver in exchange for an honest review. Kelly Jackson, manager of the Redwood Cove Bed and Breakfast and honorary member of the Silver Sentinels, is busy with guests for the upcoming Russian Heritage Festival. Kelly and the Silver Sentinels are called into action when the boat belonging to Ivan and Rudy Doblinsky, two of the Silver Sentinels, becomes the centerpiece for intrigue and murder. First, there was the fabulous dagger clad in precious gems and fake blood. Who left it there and why? Next, there is a murder at the marina. Who killed the victim, why, and is the murder linked to the relic? I enjoyed this book as I have the prior novels in the Kelly Jackson series. I look forward to the next novel. The characters are engaging, and there is always something interesting going on at Redwood Cove during the investigations. I would recommend this to fans of cozy mystery series. #MurderAtTheMarina #NetGalley
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    A great series! I loved it!

    This series is one of my top five. This fifth book in the series exceeded my expectations. These characters are among my all time favorites. Pair this with a first rate whodunit and you have a true gem of a series. I look forward to reading further books in the series! I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
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    Modern Day Meets Russian Royalty

    Kelly Jackson and the Silver Sentinels find themselves helping two of their own, Russian brothers Ivan and Rudy. As preparations kick into high gear for the Annual Russian Heritage Festival, an historic and valuable jeweled dagger is found on Rudy and Ivan’s boat, the Nadia. Not long after a local Russian business man is found dead on the boat and a second body shows up in the same spot not long after. While no one believes the brothers are guilty, they are on the suspect list and the Silver Sentinels are back in business as they try to figure out who has brought murder to Redwood Cove yet again. The Russian history and tie to royalty added additional intrigue to this story and I thoroughly enjoyed it. You don’t want to miss this series, and if you haven’t ready one yet, this is a great place to start as it is great as a standalone and a first introduction to the Redwood Cove, Kelly, and the gang.
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    Diverting cozy mystery

    Murder at the Marina may be the fifth A Kelly Jackson Mystery, but it can be read as a standalone. The author provides the necessary background information for new readers. Kelly Jackson loves her job as the manager of the Redwood Cove Bed and Breakfast. She has made some good friends and has a budding romance with Scott Thompson who manages the Redwood Cove Community Center. Kelly is a friendly character who continues to develop in each story. She is trying to get over her trust issues with men and she is learning how to cook. Scott decides to give her a baking lesson which gave me the giggles. After an incident with flour, she tells Scott that he “would make a very distinguished Silver Sentinel”. The Silver Sentinels are a diverse group of older men and women who each bring a different talent to the group. I hope we get to learn more about each member as the series progresses. I thought Murder at the Marina was well-written with steady pacing which made for an easy to read story. I enjoyed getting to know more about Rudy and Ivan Doblinsky. I believe readers will be surprised at their heritage. I found the Russian aspects of the story very interesting. I delighted in the descriptions of the Cossack riders and their demonstration. I thought the mystery in this edition was more complex. The conclusion of the whodunit was just fabulous and had me quickly flipping the pages of my e-reader. It is an action packed reveal which I just loved. Helen, Tommy, Allie and the dogs add to this charming cozy mystery. Gus and Fred, the two dogs, are adorable and clever. I could have done without the case details being repeated (seems like Kelly would get information, share with Deputy Bill Stanton, then with Silver Sentinels). Murder at the Marina combines murder, a Russian dagger, senior sleuths, a nosy B&B manager, Cossack riders and a helpful hound into one diverting cozy mystery.
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