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    Golf and Murder in Ireland

    Megan Malone is driving a married professional golfing couple while in town for a tournament. While walking the course with Martin Walsh, they find a man floating in the water hazard, Megan jumps in to save the man, only to learn he was dead before he fell in the water. Turns out the man was Lou MacDonald, best friend of Martin and no one can understand why the beloved golfer was killed. The next day Megan is driving the wife, Heather, to her tournament and comes across another body. Doing her best to shield the couple from the media while also trying to find the killer, Megan has her scorecard filled with suspects and trying to link them all together before the killer strikes again. The second book in this fun series brings the American Megan together with local Irish and visiting American characters and a trio of Jack Russel pups to solve a solid whodunit. Well written with characters you can hear the brogue and smell the salty air as you read. I’m looking forward to the third book in the series in 2021.
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    I liked this book.

    Through NetGalley, I received a free copy of DEATH ON THE GREEN (Book 2 of the Dublin Driver Mysteries) by Catie Murphy in exchange for an honest review. American Army veteran Megan Malone continues to drive for Dublin’s Leprechaun Limousine Service. This time, she’s driving for the golfing Walshes. Both Irishman Martin Walsh and his American wife are in the area for tournaments. Martin seems happy to include Megan in his entourage and invites her to follow him on a practice round. Martin’s practice ends suddenly when they encounter his best friend’s dead body floating in a water hazard. Lou MacDonald was humorous and kind, and everyone loved him. As Megan learns more about Martin, she discovers Martin and Lou were rivals as well as friends and begins to wonder if friendly rivalry turned deadly. However, Megan, herself, is Martin’s alibi. If it was Martin, how did he do it; if it wasn’t Martin, who had motive to murder such a lovely man? Megan, incurably curious, is determined to learn the truth. I liked this book. I recommend it to fans of cozy mysteries featuring murder, chauffeur services, golf, sports celebrities, country clubs, and Ireland. #DeathontheGreen #NetGalley
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    Excellent!

    amateur-sleuth, cozy-mystery, law-enforcement, Ireland, murder, pro-golf, verbal-humor***** Excellent mystery! Fun with scary parts and a detective who knows how to wear his clothes. Megan is an expat American happy to be working for a limo service in Ireland since retiring as a medic in the US army for twenty years. Thing is, she seems to find bodies of murder victims and her employer is that put out about it. Very complicated plot full of twists, red herrings, puppies, giggles about word usage of the same language in two different countries, and bereaved women uncovering secrets. Like I said, excellent! I requested and received a free ebook copy from Kensington Books via NetGalley. Thank you!
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    A Marvellous Instalment!

    American Army veteran Megan Malone is a limo driver Dublin, working for Leprechaun Limousine Service. Her current client, champion golfer Martin Walsh, has invited her to a tournament at the plush Royal Dublin Golf Club. During an exhibition round, Megan spots something floating in a water hazard and it turns out to be another golfer, and friend of Martin, Lou MacDonald... Death on the Green is my first read in this series and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Although it is book two, I was able to keep up with characters and events, but I would have preferred to have started from the first novel for continuity reasons. The Dublin setting was great and I loved the morsels of information about the area and culture that were scattered about. I enjoyed all of the interactions between Megan and Detective Bourke, and their humorous banter often made me laugh. Although there were a lot of people to keep track of in the novel I never felt overwhelmed by them all. The lavish dress-up, yacht party was entertaining, and I adored the contributions from Megan's friends, Niamh and Fionn, who briefly enriched the melting pot. Protagonist Megan's job as a limo driver was unique for a cozy mystery. She was gutsy, independent, and witty, and her military background made her actions plausible. The mystery itself was great; it had me nonplussed though I finally settled on a culprit, but couldn’t pinpoint the motive. The fun-filled and intriguing story held my interest to the end and I didn't want to put down my Kindle. I am looking forward to catching up with Megan in book 1, Dead in Dublin, as well as grabbing a copy of book 3, Death of an Irish Mummy, which is due out in 2021. I received a complimentary copy of this novel at my request from Kensington Books via NetGalley. This review is my own unbiased opinion.
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