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    A Wonderful mystery Mix

    You get a lot of bang for the buck with Footsteps in the Dark. Eight decent sized novellas grace this sexy and interesting book all centered around a mystery . Overall an amazing treat that I absolutely enjoyed. Entree to Murder by Nicole Kimberling: Centers around Drew a chef and Mac a police officer. When Drew's bartender is found dead in the basement of his restaurant, stabbed with one of his own kitchen knives he knows he is being set up! Fast paced and keeps you guessing! Twelve Seconds by Meg Perry: This tale revolves around a space reporter and a law enforcement agent. This for me was not one of my favorites but I think it was due to theme. Blown up rockets and murder are the core of this story. Reality bites by S,C. Wynne: A unique mystery revolving around the death of a reality show contestant, A policeman and the producer of the compromised show become romantically involved when murder throw them together. A great story-line and fast read! Blinds Man Bluff by L.B. Gregg: I had a hard time believing the main character was an adult school teacher and not a teen. A game of capture the flag has some deadly consequences.. I had a hard time finishing this novella. A Country For Old Men by Dal Maclean: This story was so touching and real. It simply blew me out of the water. Calum a police officer returns to his small and sheltered hometown to be near his parents. As they are getting older he feels responsible to be there for them, A long sought after treasure is the heartbeat behind this riveting mystery/romance. I absolutely loved it! Pepper the Crime Lab by Z A Maxfield: Lonnie's neighbor is found dead and the murderer is setting him up to take the fall. Atop of everything else his other neighbor convinces him to take the dead man's dog home until they can find a new owner. Rick a former police officer who now works in security falls for Lonnie over dogs and murder. An adorable mystery/romance with a promise of a sexy HEA. Lights, Camera, Murder by C.S. Poe: A private investigator Rory goes undercover on a movie set to find out who stole a valuable script. While trying to solve this mystery he falls hard for the handsome and sweet leading man.Marion. I could not put the book down and was sorry to see it end. Stranger in The House by Josh lanyon: OK, I just love Josh ! Having her book complete this novel was a perfect way to finish this eclectic mix of male romances and mysteries. Miles, a kind gentle soul inherits a very expensive home from his godmother. Linly is his Godmother's son and an art dealer extraordinaire. Miles just so happens to have a bit of a crush on Lin. The men connect and their dynamics make them a true match. However strange things are happening! Valuable items seem to be disappearing from Mile's new home and another death happens on the marble staircase where his Godmother passed away. This story was hands down my favorite. I highly recommend this eclectic mix of stories.. There is a little something for every reader in this wonderful mystery mix.
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    A brick of a book (in a good way!), with stories ranging from adequate to very good. As usual, Poe and Lanyon deliver solid entries, but I also thoroughly enjoyed new-to-me author Dal MacLean’s A Country for Old Men.
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