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  • Cozy Mystery with Art and Ancestry

    Our heroine is a genealogist who is always getting involved in a murder. Her boyfriend is an FBI agent which keeps things interesting. This episode takes place in Austin and Houston, Texas. It concerns a Civil War Veteran and his legacy through the generations. It also seems that he was quite the artist and provided illustrations for newspapers and magazines. All of this combines for a fascinating story with plenty of suspects and motives. I really like that this series is geared to those who enjoy learning new things and being treated as if they have a brain. I received this ARC book for free from Net Galley and this is my honest review.

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  • Family Honor

    Lucy is contacted by a former coworker to look into some slanderous claims against her famous forebear. While Lucy and Camilla were never close, she listens with an open mind and eventually takes on the project. Now to see whether Charles Braithwaite was a deserter or a liar. Lucy figured she would find the same evidence the author of the slanderous article did, ittle did she expect things to get so wild so fast. It seems Charles Braithwaite had painted a scene from the Civil War and it was three parts and two have gone missing with the murder of Camilla’s Uncle Charlie and one unknown relative having the third piece. The painting was rudimentary at best, why would anyone kill for it? That’s exactly what Lucy and Ben aim to find out. I adore this series. the author always bring a bit of history to the table, even with a little fiction in place. The protagonist is a strong, educated woman that I can relate to and I love learning more about the bits and pieces of genealogical research as the story progresses. I cannot get enough of this series.

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