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  • Chasing the dream

    Megan is driving Cherise Williams while she is in town to claim her ancestral home and title. With history of Earls and Land Lords being what it is, Cherise is spouting off her claim to anyone who will listen…and those unfortunate enough to even be in the vicinity of her loud voice. She just wants a bone from a dead Earl to prove it with DNA. Before Cherise can desecrate the dead she is murdered and Megan finds her body along with Cherise’s daughter, Raquel. The next morning Megan is picking up the other two daughter’s from the airport and they begin to dig to figure out what happened to their mother and to finish her search for proof that they are indeed the heirs to the home and title. Is it politically motivated or was the murderer fueled by greed? Either way, Megan is in the hot seat once again. This is a great series set in Ireland, but with an American protagonist, making it a complete immersion into the area for me every time I read a new installment. A solid whodunit with well developed characters that always leave me looking for when the next book will be released.

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  • excellent!

    amateur-sleuth, cozy-mystery, law-enforcement, Ireland, theft, greed, situational-humor, verbal-humor, historical-research, history-and-culture, history-trivia, murder, murder-investigation, family-dynamics, friendship***** The murder mystery part is very well done while the Williams family is so farcical and there is good history woven in. And then there's the craziness about her employer/landlord. Megan is an expat American happy to be working for a limo service in Ireland since retiring (as a medic) from the US army after twenty years service. Thing is, she seems to find bodies of murder victims and her employer is that put out about it, especially since this is the third. Very complicated plot full of twists, red herrings, puppies, giggles about word usage of the same language in two different countries, and bereaved women uncovering secrets. Like I said, excellent! I requested and received a free temporary ebook copy from Kensington Books via NetGalley. Thank you!

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