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    A Reference to Murder by Kym Roberts

    The second book in Kym Robert's Book Barn Mystery series, A REFERENCE TO MURDER, is about danger and intrigue in a quirky and delightful small town. The heroine, Charli Rae Warren... or Princess, as most of the town calls her no matter how many times she asks them not to, is back in town to run her family's business, The Book Barn Princess. Charli shares her nickname and her apartment above the shop with her father's very pampered pet armadillo. Charli's best friend is Scarlett, who owns the local hair salon which is conveniently right next door to the Book Barn. Scarlett has a thing for bull riders, specifically Dalton Hibbs. Dalton just happens to be the younger brother of Wyatt Hibbs, also a bull rider, but he's been missing for the past seven years. The town is also home to a retirement ranch of sorts for rodeo cowboys no longer able to ride the circuit, due to injury or age. The ranch hosts a large annual rodeo as a fundraiser for expenses and the whole town does their part. The Cowboys that will be competing are in town to prepare and to help with promotion for the event. When Dalton goes missing, just like his brother had, everyone is looking at Scarlett. Charli can't have that so rather than wait for the Sheriff to clear her friend's name she starts investigating on her own. A Reference to Murder is a well written mystery with plenty of danger and suspense as Charli and her friends get their selves into all kinds of trouble while trying to solve the crime. There's also plenty of humor, loveable characters, and a little romance. Charli's habit of finding (or causing) trouble wherever she goes has more than one man completely frustrated with how to handle her... but also more than one who'd be more than happy to give it a shot if only Charli would notice. I really enjoyed this book and can't wait for more Book Barn Princess mysteries. 4.5 stars ~Downloaded a copy from NetGalley. All opinions expressed in this review are my own.
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    Murder of preference

    Well I love mysterys and I could read all night, I didn't read this story but I already know it. I didn't read this story but I think it was a great read. Excellent and very descriptive also I thought the story was interesting and it kept me reading to the very end.
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    Excellent book, 'A Reference to Murder'

    Great mystery, who done it, keeps me reading the book to the very end.
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    I really enjoyed it!

    This is the second book in the series and I quite enjoyed it. I have not read the first one, and it may have been a bit helpful, but I was able to enjoy this book. (I will be reading the first one.) I found the characters entertaining and the book barn was an interesting idea. The whodunit was well written and I look forward to reading more in the series. I voluntarily read an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
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    Texas, Romance & Mystery

    Plus bull-riding! Does it get any better than that?! So happy I discovered this new series. I hope it never ends!!
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