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    Laugh Out Loud - Lucy & Ethel Are Back in Town

    Lordie, this book was funnier than the first book in the series, Ghost Busting Mystery. The dialogue bubbles with wit and the small town where the action takes place reminds me of Mayberry. I am in love with the two snoppy older women sleuths. They are just like me and my best friend riding around in a 60s Chevy and getting into all sorts of mayhem. Original, fresh, funny crime comedy at it's best. I LOVE this book. Here's an example: "Fergus Goens Senior owed Veenie forty-plus years of child support for their oldest son, Fergie Junior, who was holed up in my cellar next to my canned goods. He slept all day and roamed the house all night like a sick possum. He had two college degrees in musicology. Some talent and not a spit bit of ambition." Get ready to laugh. These old ladies are Lucy and Ethel redux!
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    Nothin' but the TOOTH

    I was lucky enough to read a pre-release copy of this 2nd Shady Hoosier book - Baby Daddy Mystery. Our favorite senior sleuths, RJ and Veenie, are drafted back into action by the local town bank owner, Avonelle Apple. Seems Avonelle’s late husband might have been fooling around and left a few offspring that fell a little further away from the Apple tree, and Avonelle has gotten a letter requesting child support payments! Right around the same time, RJ’s daughter Joyce is in emoji hysteria ‘cos she thinks her hubby is having an affair. Then, of course, there’s good old Harry Shades who is hankying just about everyone’s panky. If that’s not enough, one of Avonelle’s twin sons (both dentists, like their dad – that’s the tooth, the whole tooth and nothing but the tooth!) is found dressed up as a scarecrow and dead as a doornail. Veenie and RJ will unpuzzle these puzzles, and keep you laughing as they do it. These gal pals are the brightest sunshine in Pawpaw county, for sure.
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    Great fun!!

    verbal-humor, situational-humor, murder, investigation, cozy-mystery, seniors Another Laugh Your Sox Off cozy mystery from Pawpaw County, Indiana. It seems like almost every male in the area is a philandering fool, and we won't even get into a discussion about the women. But it seems that only the males are the ones getting dead which makes a lot of work and laughter for our favorite senior sleuthing team of Ruby Jane and Veenie. No spoilers needed, and the characters certainly are which you can tell from the publisher's blurb. If you need some howling good laughs in a mystery with a plot, this is the place! I requested and received a free ebook copy from Hot Pants Press via NetGalley. Thank you!
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    Who is the baby daddy?

    The big question is In the title- who is the Baby’s Daddy? I kept changing my mind and was wondering until the end! This second part in the Shady Hoosiers Detective series is better than the first. I want Ruby Jane and Veenie as friends- smart, great sense of humor and lovers of junk food! Although I am not from a town like Knobby Waters I felt like I belonged. Daisy Pettles is a fantastic story teller and I can imagine sitting on a porch swing listening to her tell the tales of this small town. She sprinkled in humor with intelligence and teased me with whispers of the next book. Plus this reminds me of a cross between ‘Murder She Wrote’ and ‘The Andy Griffith show’. I love it and love sitting down, hunkering under the covers and reading it with a cat on my lap- that’s my perfect day!
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