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  • Running can be murder

    Abby McCree is working on the annual run with some other townsfolk. She's amazed at how smoothly things are going and is pleased that her biker friend, Gil, is her co-leader. As they're cleaning up after the successful race, a runner is found off the path, having fallen down a precipice. Soon the man is identified as a city council member and it is determined that he was murdered. Unfortunately, Gil's brother had a loud shouting match with the man just before the race started and it looks like he's the prime suspect. Abby doesn't believe Gary killed the man, but she also has vowed to stay out of the investigation as past sleuthing has not always gone well for her personally. But she can keep her ears and eyes open, what harm will that do? With the town divided over whether Gary is the murderer, Abby learns more about the late city councilman from the talk going around town. She realizes there are plenty of other people who had issues with the man and hopes that some other suspects pop up before Gary is sent to prison for a crime he didn't commit. Can Abby keep her promise to Tripp and safely pass along anything she hears without truly becoming involved, or will she get too close and cause the killer to try and stop her? I love this series! It's one of my must reads and never disappoints. From the cozy setting to the big good dog, what's not to love when it's combined with a solid whodunit? Can't wait to see what the next book brings!

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