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  • A thoroughly enjoyable read

    Eunice is a little bossy, and that makes it hard for the other members of the senior amateur sleuths to warm up to her. The sleuths live at Greener Pastures Convalescent Center, and they are bound and determined to solve a case of a missing woman. Lance and Marci can't get involved in the case, so it's up to the senior sleuths to figure out what happened to Loretta. Things get a little hairy, and there are plenty of twists that will have you trying to figure out what happened to Loretta. An enjoyable read that has a lot of laugh out loud scenes in it. Loved this book!

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  • I love these older sleuths!

    I love The Way Over the Hill Gang. They do some of their best work in Late for Square Dancing. These well developed older sleuths each have their own strength that they apply to the cases. This one is not a cold case - just a missing person. In this well written book, the sleuths continue working even after they are told to stop. If you love older characters and a great mystery, be sure to read this book! I highly recommend it.

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  • Enchanting cozy mystery

    Reviewed by Susan Sewell for Readers' Favorite A group of seniors living in a retirement home considers themselves savvy sleuths and have been helping a police detective solve cold cases, but this time their case takes an ominous turn in the amusing amateur sleuth mystery, Late for Square Dancing (Way Over the Hill Gang Book 4) by M K Scott. Inmates of the retirement facility Greener Pastures, Herman, Gus, Jake, Eunice, and Lola, have been helping convalescing police detective Marcy and her partner Lance solve cold cases. The one they are currently working on changes into an active police investigation and Lance takes them off the case. But since when did any of them blindly follow instructions? Covertly continuing their sleuthing while juggling preparations for a square dance, the team uncovers a disturbing twist and finds themselves in a precarious situation. Can they escape without coming to harm? But most importantly, will they make it back to Greener Pastures before their absence becomes apparent? Highlighting the skills and life experiences of senior citizens, Late for Square Dancing (Way Over the Hill Gang Book 4) by M K Scott is a charming and delightful cozy mystery. The protagonists are not your run of the mill characters, and their quirky personality traits and innovative sleuthing tactics provide an entertaining and amusing storyline. I appreciate how the author shows the advantages that years of living impart and how a group of seniors is determined to live life to the fullest in their declining years. I especially admire Eunice's character and enjoyed how she uses her sharp wits, nosiness, and strong will to deal with the situations in which she finds herself, and at the same time proving you are never too old to change. Even though the story is the fourth in a series, it does fairly well as a standalone. It is an enchanting and humorous cozy mystery that is addictive and will delight amateur sleuth fans of all ages.

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