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  • Great @2 in series

    I admit I am a Cover Junkie. I am the kind of reader that chooses a book by it's cover. If the cover doesn't grab me I probably won't pick it up! Death Distilled is one I would pick up based on the cover. But, I had the chance to read the first book and I was glad to have the chance to read book 2 in the series! They keep getting better! Book 1 Single Malt Murder (my review is here. Was a great beginning with great characters and a great fast twisty/turney plot. Death Distilled did no not disappoint. I was glad to see a few characters coming back. Patrick returned and a few others. Grant returns as head distiller and romantic interest. Abi's dog Liam of course is back and opens the door for more mystery when he digs up some old bones. This is alot of history about the area and about Whisky which is interesting. The plot is full of twists and turns that keeps you on the edge of your seat and looking forward to the end and filling in the blanks. But, almost sad to see it end. Book 3 can't be released soon enough! I have enjoyed this series and look forward to many more! I received a complimentary copy from Great Escape Tours.

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  • Scottish Lore

    Great title for a book as is the mystery told by Melinda Mullet. Second in the Whisky Business series but this can be read as a stand alone which is what I did. Almost too many characters to keep track of but as the pages kept turning events being told kept the suspense moving at a rapid pace. Abigail Logan returns to Balfour Scotland with her dog Liam. Being a war correspondent and a new resident of Balfour Scotland; Abigail is still getting used to the fact that she has inherited her Uncle Ben's home and Whisky Distillery. The only down side to this novel is not being able to taste the whisky. Many facets are touched in this story such as Genealogy, Archaeology, Folklore, Bootleggers, Hidden tunnels and passages. Not to mention furry sheep. Oh yes and unsolved murders present and past. Uncovering the wrongs and the revenge keeps Abigail busy till the end. "A copy of this book was provided by Random House Publishing Group - Alibi via NetGalley with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read and my comments here are my honest opinion."

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