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    very good

    I truly enjoy this series. Easy reading, good mix of characters, very enjoyable.
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    In The Drink

    These books are GREAT! I love reading them and the situations are suspenseful and interesting.... Can't wait for more to come!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    No ending

    I enjoyed this book right to the what should have been the end but there wasn't one. The reader is left hanging but not in an anticipatory way. The book just stopped.
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    Warning Cliff Hanger Ahead

    I really liked this mystery but like others I am giving it 3 stars instead of 4 because of the cliff hanger ending. This mystery takes place in Mack's Bar in Milwaukee. Mack and her friends the Capone Club set out to solve a cold case using Mack's special senses. There are two mysteries in this book, one gets solved and I did figure it out pretty early. The other mystery is not even close to being solved. On another picky note the cover does not really match the book. The background is an urban one, not a country rocking chair one. The mystery reminded of a vintage mystery and would make good reading beside the fire this winter. I received an ARC from Netgalley in exchange for my honest review.
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    Enjoyable cozy mystery!

    In the Drink by Allyson K. Abbott is the third book in the Mack’s Bar Mystery series. Mackenzie “Mack” Dalton has grown up in Mack’s Bar. Her mother died before she was born (was kept in a coma until Mack could be born safely) and she was raised by her father. Her father has been gone almost a year. Mack has just finished expanding the bar and adding a games room as well as a room for the Capone Club (a group of bar patrons that like to solve mysteries and crimes). Mack has been dating Duncan Albright a cop she met a year ago. However, since it came to light that she helped with his last case, Mack has not seen much of Duncan. Duncan got to keep his job, but he is not allowed to consult with Mack. Mack has synesthesia. It is a neurological disorder where her senses are cross-wired and her senses are highly acute (she can smell things that others cannot). Mack is also good with math and letters. Mack and Duncan make a good team (Duncan is good with deductive reasoning). Mack, though, just received a threatening letter. She has to solve the clues in the letter without help from the police or someone she knows will die. Mack with help from the Capone Club as well as Duncan and a new friend, Malachi O’Reilly set out to follow the clues from letter to letter. In addition, the Capone Club is working to solve the twelve year old case of two missing girls (Lori Gruber and Anna Hermann). Lori Gruber was the sister of club member Tiny Gruber. Tiny (whose real name is Jurgen) wants to find out what happened to his sister. He needs closer. The group will have their work cut out for them to solve this cold case and keep ahead of the killer. In the Drink was a fun cozy mystery to read. One thing that I did not like, though, was that the mystery of the letters was not solved in this book. We have to wait until the next book for answers. The murder mystery of Lori Gruber and Anna Hermann was a cinch to solve, but it was a good mystery. I liked Mack’s unique disorder. The author did a good job describing it and I like how the character uses her disorder (skill) to solve crimes. I give In the Drink 4.5 out of 5. This is the third book in the series, but can easily be read as a stand-alone book (it reviews the information from the previous two books). I received a complimentary copy of In the Drink from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. The review and opinions expressed are my own.
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