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    Sunset Beach

    This wasn't the worst nor the best read of the week but it was something different. This was the first read by this author but definitely not the last and I will be diving back in for more in the future. Drue is not having a good time with life. At the age of 36 she has just been fired from her waitressing job, has an injured knee and her mother has just passed away from cancer. To top all that off, her estranged father has just showed up and offered her a job. He is a personal injury lawyer and once she moves she finds out he is now married to her once friend, now enemy from grade school, Wendy. Well, that doesn't go over good, especially since they will be working together. However, the one redeeming thing is she has found out she has an inheritance from her grandfather of his old beach bungalow...his delapidated bungalow. That is okay, she is on the beach. This story is rich with mystery but light on romance. It could have used more romance and really trimmed of length as I found myself bored before I was through but I was thoroughly entertained. **Received this ARC for review from the publisher via NetGalley**
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    Just recently started reading Mary Kay Andrews. They are fantastic. Lengthy story that lets the reader dive into the characters on the page. Amazing story of Drue Campbell who has recently lost her mother and decides to move to take advantage of her grandparents cottage by the sea which she inherited. Drue struggles with her estranged father and a job she just does not love. Great mystery crimes fill the pages along with unique individuals. "A copy of this book was provided by St. Martin's Press via NetGalley with no requirements for a review. Comments here are my honest opinion." HIDDEN CLUES Keep this Moving at a Speedy Page Turning Rate.

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