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    Cute!

    A very quick read enticing enough to consider reading others in the series. I enjoy "cozy" mysteries although I often wish they would flush the story out just a bit more to create added suspense. This one leaves a little hanging.
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    As a mystery? Incoherent

    A dead body pops up, and disappears, several times. As a reader I kept waiting for genuine clues... Waiting in vain... Finally, on the last page, one character has left a newspaper article which allows the hero to recognize the stiff... But this identification really doesn't make sense... This was a free download for me, so I can't ask for my money back. I am not inclined to read anything else from this author.
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    Favorite corpse

    I enjoyed this author, will read more of hes books.I always am mm lookingfor different mystery to read.
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    My Favorite Corpse

    My Favorite Corpse by Kathy Carmichael A short story set in Alabama in an inn or guesthouse called Skulduggery Inn which is run by Ashley and her sister Kiki. It involves a corpse which has a habit of appearing and disappearing, kittens that keep appearing and growing in number and an activity called jubilee which involves catching vast quantities if crustaceans and fish to turn into fish stew. Put them all together and you have a lovely quick read which is guaranteed to cheer you up.
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