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    Murder on wheels

    Thought I had a bargain @ 99¢ but now feel I paid too much. Author is impatient with the plot exposing the outcomes too soon. It was obvious early on who dun it. Will avoid this author in the future.
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    Great series!!

    Wonderful series cannot wait for next one!! Lynn Cahoon is a great writer and love the South cove characters,!
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    Murder on Wheels

    A fun read, enjoyed the suspense and getting to know the characters. Looking forward to what the next mystery has for this small town group.
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    The coziest of cozy mysteries.

    Every time I read a Tourist Trap mystery, I want move to South Cove and read in Coffee Books and More all day!! This book, like all of Lynn Cahoons books are wonderful reads. My only complaint....they end.
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    Mystery took a back seat in Murder on Wheels!

    Murder on Wheels by Lynn Cahoon is the sixth book in the Tourist Trap Mystery series. Jill Gardner is the owner of CBM (Coffee, Books, and More) in South Cove, California. Jill and her boyfriend, Greg King are on their monthly double date with Amy Newman (friend and city planner) and her boyfriend, Justin Cross (history professor). They decided to go to a geocaching event. Their they meet Kacey Austin, president of Coastal Geocache Club. She is also the wife of Dustin Austin, owner of Austin’s Bike Shop (he is also the awful man who dumped Jill’s friend, Sadie Michaels). Then Jill finds out that Kacey using the food truck (that Jill wanted to buy) and opening Good For You Desserts (gluten-free desserts). Kacey has a severe wheat allergy (she has Celiac’s disease). This will certainly not help business at Jill’s coffee shop (especially since they do not offer gluten-free alternatives). Then a body in found on the beach. Kacey Austin is dead. Who would have wanted to kill this sweet young woman? Greg tells Jill to stay out of it, but you know Jill cannot help herself. She just has to investigate. Will Jill be able to find out who killed Kacey (and keep Greg from finding out that she is at it again)? Murder on Wheels was a disappointment. It was more like a soap opera than a cozy mystery novel. There seemed to be a lot of focus on the love lives and friendships of the characters (examples are: Aunt Jackie dating Harrold Snider from Train Station which put Josh Thomas’ nose out of joint; Toby and Elisa breaking up; Sasha has a crush on Toby; Amy is mad at Jill because she would not report on her neighbor’s water usage; Sadie upset about Austin breaking up with her). We also got a lot of information about food (they seemed to constantly be eating). I wanted more mystery (a few clues). The mystery was extremely simple to solve (it was just so obvious), but readers like to follow the clues to the conclusion (arrest of the killer). Murder on Wheels cannot be read as a stand-alone book (I have read all the books in the series)a. You really do need to read the other books in the series in order to understand everything that is happening in Murder on Wheels (the relationships, characters, etc.). I give Murder on Wheels 3 out of 5 stars. I just felt the book was too superficial. I like reading mysteries for the mystery. The mystery seemed to take a back seat in Murder on Wheels to romance and food. I received a complimentary copy of Murder on Wheels from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
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