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    TV reading at its best

    This is what I call TV reading - a book that doesn't require a whole lot of thought and is very entertaining. I have read all the country club mysteries and am enjoying the characterization a great deal. The plots are relatively easy to figure out, but the characters are well-drawn and worth the read.
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    1974 Hear Ellison Roar - Politely

    The year is 1974. The place is Kansas City, Missouri. The heroine is Ellison Russell and Ellison’s in love – with Mr. Coffee – the only man in her life she can count on and who doesn’t tell her what to do! “I am woman hear me roar”….. Ellison is determined to be an independent woman. That the men in her life feel it is their duty to look after and “manage” their women men has Ellison constantly struggling to obey society expectations yet be self-sufficient and a role model to her daughter, Grace. No cellphones in 1974 so when teenage Grace is out past her curfew and her friends all tell a worrying Ellison that they thought someone else was taking her home, it means Mom drives to The Gates of Hell Haunted House and face her fears of clowns. Grace’s friend Camille’s brother, Brooks Harney, is the clown who dies in front of Ellison. Brooks slips 3 bloody business cards into her coat pocket: an accountant’s card, a banker’s card and on for lawyer Hunter Tafft, Ellison’s country club romantic interest. I love the 1974 nostalgia – Gunsmoke and Maude on TV, a Grand Torino car, no women on the golf course before noon rule. The author naming the burglary detectives Gilbert & Sullivan was a good chuckle. I really enjoyed this cozy mystery and look forward to many more in this series! I received a copy of this book through Net Galley in exchange for an honest review.
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    Scary Clowns and A Halloween Murder

    I really enjoy this series and this one did not disappoint. Ellison visits a Haunted House looking for her daughter and instead finds a body. She calls Anarchy and together they set out to solve the crime. I really enjoy the characters and their relationships. The love triangle between Ellison and Anarchy and Hunter is still continuing. The author does a very good job of setting the scene and capturing the 70s. The mystery was good but it was easy to solve. This series should be read in order. Enjoy this fun light humorous cozy mystery
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