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    Another smooth shot of Whiskey Business

    Abi Logan has a lot on her plate, running the Abbey Glen distillery with her partner Grant, running her charity in her Uncle’s name, and most recently supporting a women’s shelter. When she agrees to help the shelter by donating the wool from her sheep, she didn’t see herself become part of the board that oversees the shelter, but she agrees when asked and serves with her whole heart. When one of the residents of the shelter is found dead and the cook disappears leaving her daughter behind, Abi steps up to help find out what is going on. While a few of the other board members don’t seem to genuinely care about the women, other flags go up and Abi wonders if they might have had a hand in the death and disappearance. Back in Balfour Abi is coming up with ideas to help the distillery run the business while Grant’s sense of taste and smell come back to him as he recovers from his injuries. But Brenna, her partners ex girlfriend is also in town and trying to weasel her way back into Grant’s life, making it hard for Abi to declare her feelings for Grant and stake her own claim to his heart. Before long, Abi, Grant and Abi’s BFF Patrick are all involved in trying to mystery and trying to get the abducted woman back before it’s too late. With Abi’s timing and luck, she may be too late after all. Too late for saving the woman, too late for declaring her feelings for Grant, and too late to save herself and her friends. This is a fantastic series set in Scotland and I savor each book like a fine glass of Abbey Glen’s best. The characters are multi dimensional and come to life as you read. A great whodunit that will leave you wanting more!
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    A good story

    I really enjoyed this cozy mystery! Even though this is the 4th book in the Whisky Business series, I had no problems getting to know and love the characters. In this book, Abi, who recently inherited a whisky business in Scotland, is embroiled in another murder mystery. Abi is connected with a local women's shelter and one of the residents is found dead. The police are chalking it up to a suicide, but it doesn't sit well with the other residents. When another resident goes missing,, leaving her daughter behind, Abi and her friends could not be more sure of foul play. I love the setting of this book in Scotland, and I like to read about Abi's adventures. I thought this was a fun cozy mystery, and I"ll definitely be going to find the first three books in the series. Thanks to #NetGalley for an advanced copy of this book in exchange for my honest opinion.
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    Pour me another

    The fourth in this series and its terrific. Scotland, good scotch, charming characters and rotten scoundrels in an intriguing story. Great read!
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    Died in the Wool

    Too dark for my taste. Not really what I would call a cozy mystery.
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    Refreshing!

    I really liked the fact that this entry into the series took a very different path - I found the storylines about domestic violence, charity boards and housing really refreshing for this genre. I received a copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I was not paid for this review.
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