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    Doreen & Co. Are Back On The Case

    This is another entertaining and enjoyable entry in this cozy mystery series. I thought the story got off to a slow start in Doreen's latest escapade but once the main part of the story kicks in, you are reminded of why you like this series and all it's memorable characters so much. Adventure, madcap high jinx, drama, suspense, humor, cuteness and sweetness are all woven throughout the well written and involving storyline. I love Doreen, Nan, Thaddeus, Mugs, Goliath and the long suffering Corporal Mack Moreau and can't wait to see them again in the next book.
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    Doreen and her quirky furry friends back in action

    I really really love Doreen and her quirky furry friends, these adorable squad back in action again, this time with an eight years old girl kidnapping cold case with only footprints in the ferns as a major clue, although most of the story is about Doreen and all her antique furnitures and her journey to get settled financially than the real cold case, I still enjoying it nonetheless, I love how clueless she is about everything and I love how she's growing to be an independent woman and when the cold case kicks in, everything got more interesting and there's no way to stop reading because my head keeps spinning all the theories. So yes, I love this book. If you love cozy mystery read, you don't want to miss this one.
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    Footprints, Furniture, and Family

    I’m not sure which of this book’s parallel plots (Footprints in the Ferns AND Furniture under the Floorboards) held more interest for me (loved them both!), but it seems the common theme here is family. As Doreen walks down Nan’s memory lane with all the memorabilia she comes across in clearing out Nan’s antiques for a major auction house event, she is filled with love for her sweet-yet-still-sassy grandmother whose investment in the many valuable pieces of furniture, books, and art was always intended to provide Doreen's financial support for an independent life. The memories she finds date back even to Nan’s Nan, who would leave treats and trinkets in secret drawers and compartments for her own granddaughter to find. Doreen’s excitement as she continued to discover things in places she didn’t even know existed in the old house was incredibly exciting for me as well. Of course, between sessions with the antiques experts, Doreen cannot clear her mind of the footprints recently found at what looked like a foiled child abduction that were a match for the footprints found outside the scene of an unsolved disappearance of a young girl ten years ago. In this storyline, we see a couple of examples that show the definition of family that transcends traditional genealogy. When Mack is almost run off the road, the family known as Goliath, Mugs, and Thaddeus are the ones who convince Doreen that something bad has happened to Mack. No spoilers here, so as you read about solving the connection between the matching footprints, see whether you can spot the family theme there as well. Good luck and good reading! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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    A delightful book and series

    Doreen and her little family of furry and feathered companions are an absolute delight to read about. Nan makes me laugh out loud with her various money making ventures at the senior residence she lives in, and she is a real blessing to her Granddaughter. Corporal Mack has his hands full keeping their little town safe, and trying to keep Doreen safe at the same time. Doreen has a talent for solving cold cases, but not as much talent at keeping herself out of dangerous situations. The companion animals in this series are hilarious. The different personalities they have make them the perfect addition to the series, as well as Doreen’s little family. Doreen is fast becoming famous, or infamous depending on which neighbor you talk to hahaha. Love love love this series of books! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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    "Footprints"

    Another cold case for Doreen to get into more trouble. Actually the cold case is tied to a new case by the footprints discovered in both mysteries. Doreen has just solved one old case (actually more than one) and can't resist researching another. The pull being an almost abduction of a child in the present compared to the missing child from 10 years ago. Doreen has a busy life trying organize her grandmother's old house while same grandmother lives in a retirement community nearby and has given her blessing to get rid of the excessive antique furniture acquired over many years. Excessive barely covers the amount of furniture Nan (Grandmother) has stuffed into every nook and cranny. Doreen also has a love interest with her new friend Mack who is a corporal in the local police force. Mack really wants Doreen to stay out of danger this time but Doreen has different thoughts. Between Doreen's daily life activities with her very lovable pets who are a hoot in themselves, trying to learn to cook, attempting (maybe) to keep out of trouble, selling and arranging for the dispersal of tons of antique furniture and an equal amount of clothes, handling a few break ins at her new home, and trying to adjust to a new life as divorced woman, Doreen has her hands full and does a wonderful job of balancing it all with grace, mystery and humor. Another great story in this fairly new cozy mystery series.
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