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    The trouble with

    The trouble with stories keep going from stegth to strength. They are fast paced, and chilling without too much scarey stuff. Thectrouble is you just cant put them down.
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    Fun Mystery

    *arc review* The story was written as a first person narrative where characters are described directly. The major conflicts include internal and external as characters battle themselves, other characters and society. The major themes shown throughout include character, facing reality, family, growing up, injustice, losing hope, manipulation, motherhood, greed as downfall, power of wealth, quest for discovery, reunion, vanity as downfall, will to survive, and wisdom of experience. Colbie Summers is a single mom and business owner and has been turned into an amateur sleuth. She is a dedicated friend and protects them when she can. Joss Delaney a divorced father who lives next door to Colbie and has an interesting set of animals on his farm. Quincy Powell is Colbie’s investor who becomes a murder suspect but also plays a key role in protecting Zoey, Colbie’s head chef. Colbie should be spending her time growing Meowio Gourmet Cat food and prepping for the upcoming holiday season but she is pulled into a murder investigation. A simple helpful task of picking up a teenager from a music lesson leaves Colbie diving into rumours of a college fixer, college recommendations being faked, and grades being changed and the murder of Benson Tadworth, the music teacher. This leaves her attempting to clear Quincy’s name after he is named a suspect. She is attempting to discover who is all involved in this college entrance scheme. Plus her head chef is being stalked by her ex and could lose her infant son and her boyfriend’s ex-wife seems to decide that now she wants him back and is there every time she goes to see him. What else could Colbie have to deal with? The ideas were interesting and unique, especially for anyone who has attempted to deal with college applications. The flow was organized and logical as the voice was individualized. The sentence structure and word choice help to enhance the overall story. Yes, I would recommend this book. Those not interested in manipulation, murder, abusive teachers, abusive exes, or college entrance schemes may want to skip this book. Those interested in friends sticking together, new romances and dedication to friends may want to give this one a try.
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    Wonderful Cozy Mystery

    This is such a good mystery! The story has some sweet and clean romance, a high school play, serious musical study, and gourmet cat food. It all meshes nicely into a well-written mystery. I enjoyed this book so much that I plan on reading the other books in this series. I received this ARC book for free from Net Galley and this is my honest review.
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    Fantastic Book!

    This was the first book a read in the series, and it was great! From the moment a chicken rang the doorbell I was loving it. The plot of the book was great and strangely echoes actual news that broke recently. I loved that main character Colbie and her Dad support her son in theater. There are so many unique and awesome characters that I want to live in her town! The killer was a little too obvious for my taste, But this was an absolutely charming book, and I look forward to the next one! I received an advanced reader copy in exchange for my honest review!
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