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    Great read

    Really enjoyed this latest instalment of the Country Club mysteries. Worth reading. Light and entertaining.
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    A hoot of a salute to the 70s

    A hoot of a salute to the 70s. In spite of the fact that interior designer Khaki White is Hunter Tafft's 2nd ex-wife, Ellison invites Khaki in to quote on redecorating Henry's study. Khaki's clients are all in Ellison's Country Club circle. Something seems to be off - when the redecorating is done most of the couples get a divorce! Social issues are exposed and Ellison finds herself facing a gun when Khaki's murderer thinks that Ellison knows more than she does. Will Anarchy Jones arrive in time to rescue Ellison? I'm not going to spoil this plot. It is just so much fun to be back in 1974. Book 5 takes place 6 months after book 1 and Ellison's love life is definitely improving.
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    An Important Message Within a Very Good Story

    Domestic violence isn’t considered polite conversation. And even today, (and unless we’ve had personal experience with it) we tend to think that it could never happen to anyone we know. In the fifth of the Country Club Murder series, domestic violence is the subject and what Mulhern does with it is a lesson for every woman on the planet. Once again, Ellison has stumbled into bodies (yes more than one this time) in her home, and once again, that incredibly sexy Detective Anarchy Jones comes to investigate. Ellison finally finds her backbone and stands up to not only her over domineering mother, but to the man her mother is determined she marry. Let’s just hope there’s a book six and that a romance develops between her and Det. Jones. I love Mulhern’s style of writing – she tackles serious subjects in a setting most of us will never experience (it is after all the well-to-do country club set in the 1970s), but she builds in a certain amount of humor that causes uncontrollable laughter for some time. Our author just keeps getting better, her characters are gaining deeper substance, and her hint of a romance is just enough of a teaser to spark imagination. Great job and another book I’ll be recommending to my list.
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