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  • Small town secrets

    Allie Cobb receives a call from her brother, who has had an accident and needs her to pick him up. It turns out he hit a large gun safe that was just sitting in the middle of the road. Luckily, Luke is fine, but it turns out the contents of the safe are anything but fine when a local business owner is found inside and all signs point to the town’s vet. 
Ursie and the vet urge Allie to find the real killer before the town loses their beloved vet. So many suspects, so many motives. What intelligence is valid and what is pure gossip? It’s a tough one, but Allie and Ursie will persevere and do what they can to uncover the truth and get justice for the murdered man…as long as the murderer doesn’t get to Allie first. A great series that gets better with each new release. Who can ask for more?

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  • I liked it.

    Through NetGalley, I received a free copy of THE DEAD OF WINTER (Book 5 of the Allie Cobb Mysteries) by J.C. Kenney in exchange for an honest review. Allie Cobb, literary agent, is finally reconciled with her propensity for sleuthing and the danger it brings; she still cringes, however, at how she has become locally renown as the “Kickboxing Crusader.” When a large gun safe is dropped in the middle of a roadway, it causes lots of trouble. First, Allie’s brother wrecks his company vehicle while trying to avoid hitting it in foggy road conditions. Second, it causes a huge stink in the police station. It literally reeks. When the officer in charge of collecting the evidence cracks open the safe, they discover the rotting remains of the local gun club president. When the town’s veterinarian, who is a good friend of Allie’s and a member of the survivor support group, becomes the number one suspect in the case, Allie’s course is clear. This time, Allie will investigate, will identify the killer, and will take safety precautions but will not worry about the consequences. However, hunting killers is a dangerous activity. After so many close calls, will Allie survive this investigation? I enjoy this series and like this book. I recommend this book to fans of the series and to fans of cozy mysteries featuring murder, gun rights, gun clubs, small towns, book publishing, close friends, and tightly-knit families. #TheDeadofWinter #NetGalley

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  • Keep guessing!

    An interesting who done it with good characters. I think I will read the previous books in the series although this one can be read as a stand alone. I enjoyed trying to figure out who the culprit was. Thanks #netgalley and #BeyondthePagepublishing for the eARC in exchange for an honest review.

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  • Fabulous & Fun

    Allie Cobb is a literary agent running her family's agency in Rushing Creek, Southern Indiana, started by her father. Despite vowing that she will no longer get involved in murder investigations, she agrees to help when her brother, Luke calls to say he's been in a spot of bother; his truck is in a ditch after he swerved to avoid an object on the road. When Allie arrives she finds that the object is the size of a refrigerator but it's actually a very big gun safe... and it contains human remains. My second read in this delightful series, The Dead of Winter was fascinating and intriguing. The author has created a great mystery that showcases small-town life in the fictional town of Rushing Creek. I enjoyed being in the pockets of Allie, attempting to solve the crime alongside her. Of course, Allie's cat Ursula deserves a mention, too. This fifth book in the Allie Cobb Mystery series is fabulous, fast-paced, and fun. I definitely relished this stay in Rushing Creek and I'll be reading the other books as well as the next book in this compelling series. Here's hoping I enjoy them as much as The Dead of Winter. I received a complimentary copy of this novel at my request from Beyond the Page Publishing via NetGalley, and this review is my own unbiased opinion.

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