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  • Fabulous story with great humour

    I have read all 10 of the books in the Mercy Watts series and this one is the best so far for having the ability to make one laugh in the midst of hunting a serial killer. The opening scenario sets the mood for the rest of the book. The action is non-stop. Mercy has to deal with being called stinky because of her Uncle Morty’s actions on the plane when they tried to head to Greece. She is at the beck and call of everyone as the novel begins with her being fired. Mercy has to help others and does not back down in dangerous situations even though sometimes she gets physically hurt. The descriptions of Fats Licata’s outfits are just as amusing as the dialogue between her and Mercy discussing how they are going to get Tiny to propose to Fats. There were passages I had trouble reading because of tears of laughter in my eyes. Then Uncle Morty makes a second attempt to take Mercy to Greece however the FBI has a different job for Mercy and she finds herself on The No fly List. Mercy worries about her family’s reaction when they find out. Even Aunt Miriam finds out, but she has a different job for Mercy since she can not fly. The visit to the doctor’s office is not to be missed, Nuns are people too.The conversations with Sister Clarence were just so funny but also human at the same time since Mercy did not want to shock her and did not want to get on the wrong side of her Aunt Sister Miriam. Of course ,Mercy, Fats and Sister Clarence find themselves on a fieldtrip to St. Sebastion where all the past crimes occurred. Their visit to the haunted Bed and Breakfast inn comes with visits from ghosts for those who believe. The search for the murderer takes one on a journey to the past, discovering 50 years of past crimes in evidence that influenced the behaviour of those that came after. As I said before, this book is fabulous, it hooks the reader in right from the start and one just has to keep reading to discover how Mercy solves the murder.

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  • Small time crime

    The mercy watts series is very good with mystery, family issues and romance

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