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  • Valentine and company are always fun.

    Valentine and company are always fun. While at a multicultural fair, Valentine again stumbles on a dead body. To be fair, it landed in front of her. Once again she is involved in the investigation. Romero has been out of town, but all of a sudden, there he is and she wants to help. He wants to keep her safe and so does Jock. So she has to sneak around to do some investigating. That only gets her in more trouble. Will she find the killer before the killer finds her?

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  • Arlene McFarlane’s Murder, Curlers and Kilts

    Rueland’s annual Multi-Cultural Festival is starting. Valentine Beaumont is attending. Her employee and best friend, Max is walking the grounds with her. The big attraction at the festival is the caber toss with men in kilts. One of the participants is Jock de Marco who is an other employee of Valentine. What a surprise when a dead body wearing a kilt comes out of the pond....landing right next to Valentine. The man has been murdered. Valentine starts her own investigation even after her boyfriend, Detective Romero warns her not to look into the death. Let the shenanigans begin...the mystery is very well written with characters that are well defined, interesting, quirky, relatable and dangerous. This is a very well crafted story that throughly enjoyed. While it put a scare in me as I followed Valentine around the festival grounds, I also found humor in the antics in the story. There is even a hint of romance. This is book # 5 in the Valentine Beaumont Mysteries series. It can be read as a stand alone. It can be read as a stand alone as the author presents the past and present together effortlessly. I volunteered to read this story. Thanks to the author for the opportunity. My opinion is my own.

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