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  • Maddie Day NEVER disappoints

    Christmas time is coming to South Lick, Indiana and Robbie Jordan and her crew are making the season delicious with their holiday specials. But when a house fire reveals the skeleton of a long missing woman, not everything is merry and bright in town. Now Robbie finds herself consumed with thoughts of the murder and trying to put all the pieces of the puzzle together before she becomes just another notch in the killer’s belt. Maidie Day’s books NEVER disappoint. She has solid, well developed characters and a whodunit that will keep you guessing on all the pieces until the big reveal. You might think you know who the killer is, but you surely don’t know why. A solid whodunit every. single. time.

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  • I loved it

    Great characters and a top notch whodunit. This book has all the ingredients of a satisfying cozy mystery. I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of this book.

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  • Holiday spirit abounds as the past and present com

    What do I love about Candy Slain Murder? Everything. The advent of a man who says he is Danna's half-brother and son of Mayor Corinne Beedle kicks off both the Christmas holiday season and a new set of mysteries for Robbie to solve. I love that touches of the holiday a woven through the story even as murder is the focal point. Among the things that keep me coming back to this series is the great group of regular characters, the warm community feeling, awesome and complex mysteries, and way everything is woven together around the diner; we actually see that work is a major part of Robbie's life even as she solves murders, friends deal with issues in their lives, and her relationship with Abe and his son Sean grows. In Candy Slain Murder there is the probability of more than one murder when old but modern day skeleton appears and possibly leads to a new death. As a BIG fan of the series I requested an ARC via NetGalley and was thrilled to be approved. If not the best of the series, it is strong competitor for the for that title. Of course, I have to share my excitement with my friends and followers. #NetGalley #CandySlainMurder

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  • Loved it!

    Indiana, small-business, small-town, law-enforcement, murder-investigation, amateur-sleuth, family-dynamics, friendship, cozy-mystery***** The house fire exposes a skeleton in the attic, but was it misadventure or murder. Lots of stuff and gossip going on in the Country Store and restaurant in the small southern Indiana town. Surprise relatives, newcomers, misguided hatred by an already suspicious character. Then there's another body that only the coroner knows what questions to ask. Great characters and and a cohesive mystery plot are the best assets, add in the concerns and lingo of the characters which are classic small town everywhere, and the problems of the small business owner who is the central character, and a lot of witticisms. Great but quick read! I requested and received a free ebook copy from Kensington Books via NetGalley. Thank you!

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  • Candy Slain Murder

    I Love this series and how Maddie Day spins her stories. It is never dull at the Country Store. This book starts with a skeleton found in an attic? Who could it be and how did it get there? The characters are described so well they come to life in your mind.

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