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    A roaring good time...

    1920’s. Retta has waited her whole life for this moment. She’s a freelance writer for Popular Magazine, has just moved into her first home, not to mention a virile next-door neighbor, Sam. Just as she’s getting settled, she receives a package from her recently deceased aunt. Inside she discovers a compact filled with loose diamonds. Diamonds from her rather destitute aunt? A mystery to unravel, that’s for sure. But who should she share her secret with? The more she tries to uncover where the diamonds came from and why her late aunt gave them to her, the more danger Retta places herself in. Someone is after the diamonds and will stop at nothing to take them from Retta, even if it means killing her in the process. A Girl’s Best Friend is a roaring good time of a historical mystery with a suspenseful plot, a unique set of characters and even a romance. The plot is well-developed with a few twists I didn’t expect. The mystery unraveled slowly, almost like a Miss Marple mystery. The characters are unique in the fact they exuded the time period (1920’s) through their slang and dialogue. I felt transported to the roaring twenties and even picked up a few turns of phrase I didn’t know before. The romance between Sam and Retta was so much fun to read. The attraction is there right away but it takes awhile for them to get together. The pacing of the story moves at a nice easy pace which I really enjoyed. If you’re looking to dive into the 1920’s for a delightful mystery, pick this book up today. I can’t wait to read more from this author. Highly recommend! My Rating: 5 stars
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    I thoroughly enjoyed this book!

    This is my first book with this author and I think I would like to read more ! I like anything that brings me back to the 1920s! Books, movies, pictures, posters, I like it all, and this book does not disappoint! I really liked the characters and how they all meshed with each other. It was quite an enjoyable book. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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