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  • Good laughs

    retirees, retirement-community, dog, law-enforcement, private-investigators, situational-humor, verbal-humor, family-dynamics, friendship, model-trains, clubs, Posse, laugh-riot, Arizona, murder, murder-investigation***** The stuff about Phee's impending wedding is a side issue and will not affect anyone who starts with this book in the series. The constants are some real characters living in the retirement community (including Phee's mother and aunt) and the PI firm where Phee is the accountant and her intended is an investigator as well as partner. The plot centers around an aged Lothario who is found murdered at the model train exhibit he was working on and all of the likely suspects, including his wife (nobody but the cops think she did it). Great fun! Loved it! I requested and received a free ebook copy from Kensington Books via NetGalley.

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  • Wedding Bells and Murder

    Phee Kimball is finally marrying Marshall and plans are in full gear. When the husband of her Mother’s best friend is murdered, Phee needs to balance wedding plans with sleuthing. After all, Phee’s mother insists the police are on the wrong trail when the police target her BFF Roxanne as their prime suspect. Harriet knows Roxanne would never have killed her husband, even if he was a philanderer. Now Phee has to finger the guilty party before she can walk down he aisle and start her life as a married woman….or be buried in her wedding dress. I love this series, who has a small dog and can’t relate to Streetman? And a Mother who thinks the world of their daughter and her capabilities? Not only are the whodunits always good, the husband and wife team have developed characters that you like and want to see what’s next for them on the personal level too. This and their Wine Trail Mystery series are two of my MUST read series from this team and each one is better than the one before!

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  • Great read

    I loved this book. The author seamlessly blends humour and suspense. The antics of the dog are hilarious. I have read other books where pets have just been annoying and turned me off the author. I liked the story and I love this author.

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  • Railroad 4 Murder

    I've enjoyed this series. Love the dialogue between Phee and her Mother. Streetman always causes a bit of trouble and there are plenty of laughs as well as trying to figure out "who done it". Keep Phee and her Mother and the rest of the retirees going. Fun read.

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