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    Interesting read

    amateur-sleuth, murder-investigation, women-sleuths, pets, cozy-mystery Good hints in the publisher's blurb. A local convicted murderer is released back to the town where he confessed to killing the mayor ten years ago. However, it doesn't take long before there is another murder and once again the same man is the prime suspect. It sounds too convenient an answer so Carrie, the owner of the Bakery/Barkery, puts her amateur sleuth nose into the investigation and the sleuthing begins! I requested and received a free ebook copy from Midnight Ink via NetGalley. Thank you!
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    Paws and rewind of an old murder

    When a convicted murderer is released from prison after serving ten years for the murder of Knobcone Height’s mayor, he’s not the only one returning to town. The mayor’s widower also returns to town and is then murdered as well…and Carrie’s full time assistant, Dinah is the prime suspect. Even without full confidence that Dinah is innocent, Carrie has a few other suspects and doesn’t trust the local police to seriously consider other suspects with stronger motives, so she does what she normally does and begins digging around to help the police out. To be honest I was not in love with the previous book and figured I would give this one a shot…sometimes it is the frame of mind you are in at the time. But I find the attitude that Carrie has towards the local police to be rather annoying. If it weren’t for her, they’d never have figured out all the murders that have taken place in town and she doesn’t have confidence in their abilities, yet she claims she’s just an amateur sleuth. I’m going to skip any future entries in this series as it’s just not my style

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