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  • I enjoyed it

    This series was not on my radar but I will have to read the previous books in the series now. This was an interesting whodunit and I enjoyed the characters. I look forward to this series continuing. I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of this book.

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  • Abby and Mom find a body

    Abby McCree is hosting the final movie in the park night in Snowberry Creek. With her mother in town to visit Abby and her new gentleman friend, they are both helping to clean up after the event. As they scan the permitter for trash they stumble upon an attendee that is snoozing. When Phoebe tries to wake the man up, Abby realizes the man is dead and thus begins another day in the life of Abby McCree, dead body magnet. With Phoebe’s gentleman friend, Owen, being the main suspect Abby and Phoebe do a little digging to help clear the man’s name. Even though Abby doesn’t believe Owen is the murderer, she doesn’t know much about him and he keeps his life before coming to town a secret, though she suspect he is ex military like Tripp and Gage. When the dead man turns out to be ex military and a picture of a group of ex military men disappears, it seems more than national secrets are being kept and Abby aims to find out what is going on without becoming the next victim. Having Phoebe visit was a great way to bring this story together and I wonder if we will see her moving to Snowberry Creek in future books. The mother-daughter tension is one we can all relate to and adds a new element to the story line. A fun series with a big old teddy bear of a dog and an eclectic cast of characters, you can’t go wrong spending some time in Snowberry Creek.

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  • Just Brilliant!

    This is the fourth book in the Abby McCree Mystery series by Alexis Morgan, set in Snowberry Creek, Washington featuring Abby McCree and Tripp Blackstone. Divorcée Abby McCree helps organisations to raise money, as well as making quilts and generally keeping herself busy. She is in a good place, her tenant, Tripp Blackston is a great friend, and she is currently lending a hand with the town's movie nights. She has spent the summer as a volunteer on the committee organising open-air film viewings and tonight's will be the last one of the season. Abby is in charge of the box-office receipts but is taking the time to enjoy the film in spite of having to endure her mother, Phoebe, canoodling nearby with her new man, BBQ restaurant owner Owen Quinn. As Phoebe and Abby finish collecting the rubbish at the end of the viewing, they stumble upon the dead body of Mitchell Anders, the local insurance agent who, it transpires, has been stabbed by someone using a chef's knife taken from Owen's food delivery van. Owen becomes the prime suspect and Phoebe, determined to prove Owen's innocence, implores Abby to investigate. With her resourcefulness and sassy attitude, I was pleased to be back in Abby's company though she's a bit of a soft touch when it comes to her fundraising. Alexis Morgan has surrounded Abby with a great supporting cast and Tripp Blackston especially is easy to warm to. The connection and chemistry between him and Abby are evident. Abby also has a true friendship and understanding with Police Chief Gage Logan and of course, Zeke, Abby's lovable Mastiff mix, deserves a mention. The author has written a very strong mystery here too. With its great plot, the pacing is comfortable and even though I was able to figure out the identity of the killer, there were enough red herrings to keep me guessing awhile. Alexis Morgan's abundant humorous touches had me giggling and helped to make Death by Intermission a really compelling, fun read. A marvellous addition to this series, I was totally entertained from beginning to end. Bring on book #5! I received a complimentary digital copy of this novel at my request from Kensington Books via NetGalley and this review is my unbiased opinion.

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  • Enjoyable as always

    Death by Intermission is #4 in the Abby McCree mystery series. This series just gets better and better. Abby’s mother is dating again after her divorce and Abby is not sure how she feels about that. But when he is accused of murder, Abby must do whatever she has to so her mother will move back to her own house. I can relate. I know my mother would drive me crazy if she lived with me! I love both Abby and Tripp. They are both good people and deserve happiness together. Zeke, the mastiff, melts my heart. I also really like Gage. He is a good sheriff who is fair minded. While this book is part of a series, it is stand alone, and you wouldn’t be confused if you jumped right in. However, for more Abby, Zeke, and Tripp, I recommend reading the entire series! I can’t wait for the next book. Thank you to Netgalley and Kensington for the copy. All opinions expressed are my own.

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