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    Cozy who-done-it

    A cozy whose lead character has deep personal issues that undermine her confidence. The Phoenix Renaissance Faire community has strong ties. Going undercover to investigate a jousting accident has Olive putting her Ivy persona into play as a mute belly dancer with the help of Uncle Bob. Impersonating Marilyn Monroe for three hours every morning in the hopes of a Broadway role in a developing play adds more on Olive's already stressed state of mind over her career vs. her boyfriend Matt. I found there was too much going on to keep everything moving along smoothly. All of the various plots come together and Olive/Ivy is able to forgive herself and move on with the support of those who love her. I volunteered to read an ARC from Henery Press through Edelweiss.
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    Murder with humor and heart

    The amazing Cindy Brown is a magician in print, creating a novel that should be silly and turning into a hilarious but sensitive tale of humanity and murder. Ivy isn't just the main character, she is the hero for what she brings to the people she encounters. In order to find the killer of a bully whose passing no one regrets, Ivy juggle three roles: mime/belly dancer, Marilyn Monroe, and Ivy the PI.The characters she portrays provide plenty of opportunities for laughter, mostly at her expense, but Ivy plays the roles straight and takes us into the actors eye-view of moving into the life of another. Her relationship with Matt takes a turn that distracts her from the investigations and had me holding my breath!
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