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    Good giggles and sleuthing!

    cozy-mystery, amateur-sleuth, law-enforcement, murder, rescue, pets, bunny, New Hampshire Great new cozy mystery series! The publisher's blurb is pretty good for starters, but the mystery is well crafted and full of twists and red herrings that hold the reader's interest from beginning to end. Bun is an intelligent and fun pet bunny who communicates with Jules telepathically. Since no one else can hear their interactions it can get a mite embarrassing, especially with local law enforcement! There are a slew of other interesting characters to round things out. Can't wait for the next one! I requested and received a free ebook copy from Kensington Books via NetGalley. Thank you!
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    A new series

    Jules Bridge runs a farm where she cares for bunnies, has a traveling bunny petting zoo for parties, and operates a yarn shop. She’s busy girl, but when a mime she had worked parties with is found murdered, Jules and Bun find time to dig into the mystery when it seems to be connected to break ins that are happening at her shop. If the police or Jules and Bun can’t solve the murder quickly, Jules can literally kiss arm life good bye. It’s hard when you trust those closest to you and can’t figure out who may not be exactly what they seem. When I see a new cozy series pop up I read the description and will often give it a read. Seeing this new series, that is exactly what i did. But I’m not too sure about being able to speak with a bunny telepathically. When I waver like this, I will give the second book a read and make a decision on
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    I liked it.

    I received a free copy of LEFT FUR DEAD (Book 1 of the Jules & Bun Mysteries) by J.M. Griffin in exchange for an honest review. Jules Bridge runs Fur Bridge Farm; she’s busy as a domestic rabbit rescuer, breeder of pet bunnies, and owner/operator of a souvenir and yarn shop. Jules also has a secret; she can understand one of her rescued rabbits when he speaks to her. As a result, Jules is rarely seen anywhere without her sidekick, Bun. When Jules and Bun find a body while they are out on an early spring walk, Bun insists they find out what happened to the man. Despite law enforcement’s repeated warnings to leave the investigating to them, Jules and Bun continue to search for the killer. Meanwhile, Jules, her employees, and her rabbit farm come under repeated attack. Now both hunter and hunted, can Jules and Bun identify the predator or will they fall prey to the murderer’s snare? I liked this book. The only jarring note was how everyone immediately assumed Jules would investigate the death. There was no history given of prior investigations or nosy behavior or Jules’ part, so this was bizarre. Otherwise, it was entertaining and fun. #LeftFurDead #NetGalley
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    Cute cozy mystery!

    Left Fur Dead is a cute cozy mystery. Jules Bridge is the caretaker of Fur Bridge Farm which takes injured and abused bunnies. She also breeds and raises rabbits as well as runs a store on the farm that sells yarn and rabbit related items. Bun is Jules bunny housemate that she rescued from Margery Shaw who called the little fellow the devil spawn. Margery just did not understand what Bun was trying to communicate. Oh, I may have forgotten to mention that Bun talks to Jules using mental telepathy and he is a very curious little bunny. When the pair find Arty the Mime dead in the snow, Bun is eager to investigate. He has a nose for sleuthing plus he has keen hearing. Jules is having trouble at the farm with someone breaking into the barn and opening the rabbit cages. The situation continues to escalate, and Jules is worried about her little rabbit charges. Left Fur Dead is nicely written and progresses at a steady pace. I like the main characters of Jules, Bun, Sheriff Jack Carver and Jess Plain. The mystery has a handful of suspects and there are clues to help readers identify the guilty party. I did feel that the case was a little drawn out. Weeks go by before this case is put to bed. Also, Jules was a little reckless. She put herself into danger more than once (and then what would happen to the rabbits). There are some clever aspects to the mystery with a good reveal and a nice wrap-up. Jules and Bun are cute together and I enjoyed their interactions. Jess is a good friend to Jules, and I look forward to getting to know her better in future books. Sheriff Jack Carver is a nice man with a sweet wife who loves to buy yarn. Jack frequently tells Jules to keep her nose and Bun’s out of the case. I did wonder why Jack told her this right after she found the body. I have a feeling that Jules has tried to help Jack in the past. Left Fur Dead is an upbeat cozy mystery with a dead mime, an inquisitive rabbit, a cunning killer, and a worried rabbit rescuer determined to crack this whodunit.
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