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    Erin Go Bragh and Murder

    St Patrick’s Day festivities are in full swing in South Cove, California and Jill Gardner’s store, Coffee, Books and More, is hopping. While most of the revelers are enjoying green beer and spirits, more than a few are stopping in for coffee. While serving one young woman, Jill struck up a brief conversation and was drawn to the young woman, only to find she was murdered later that evening. With the memory of the young woman fresh in her mind, Jill manages to speak to some locals and gets abetter picture of the young woman’s day. Eventually she manages to be in the right place at the right time and the pieces all fall into place. This was a great short little read and I’ve enjoyed the series. The characters are well developed and you’ll find a series with quite a few books that you give you a nice collection of stories to read. Even if you haven’t read any of the other books, give this one a read and enjoy your time in South Cove.
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    St-Patrick's Day in South Cove

    Really enjoyed this quick read Novella. Just in time for St-Patrick’s Day. We are back in South Cove, with all the familiar characters. Well worth the read. Enjoy
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    Love it

    Love the Tourist Trap Mystery novellas by Lynn Cahoon. In this installment the town is celebrating St. Patrick's Day, there is drinking everywhere and the streets are full with drunken tourist. When a dead body is discovered after the festivities, our main character can't help the need to investigate what happened. A nice comfy mystery to sit back and relax.
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    A Tourist Trap Novella

    Corned Beef and Casualties by Lynn Cahoon is A Tourist Trap Mystery Novella (No. 10). The town of South Cove, California is having a full day of festivities in honor of St. Patrick’s Day. Jill Gardner, owner of Coffee, Books and More is looking forward to enjoying dinner and fireworks with her friends after a day of taking care of customers. Alana McDaniel comes into the shop for coffee with a rowdy group of friends who have obviously been overindulging in alcohol as are many of the tourists. Late that night, Detective Greg King is called out to a crime scene. Jill’s customer, Alana has been found dead on the rock cliffs above the beach. Jill immediately goes into investigator mode despite Greg’s pleas to stay out of this case. She checks with local business owners to work out the victim’s timeline and discover who could have harmed Alana. Will Jill solve the crime before the killer flees town? It is always a pleasure to visit South Cove and check in with the residents who live in this small seaside town. I like the cast of characters with their various eccentricities. Lynn Cahoon has a casual writing style that reminds me of talking with a friend. I thought Corned Beef and Casualties was well-written with a nice steady pace throughout. The mystery is uncomplicated and can easily be solved. However, it is just the right type of mystery for this length of book. Personally, I recommend reading The Tourist Trap Mystery series in order. It is the best way to get to know the characters. I have enjoyed watching Jill settle into South Cove, manage her store, get close friends and fall in love. Corned Beef and Causalities is a quick, easy to read cozy mystery novella that is a delightful distraction from reality.
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    very enjoyable

    Jill and company are becoming good friends. I enjoyed the short
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