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    A Romp Thru the Pre-War Thirties

    The fun continues s Jake and Laura tie the knot and honeymoon in Hawaii. America has not entered the war yet, and Hawaii is a mix of ethnicities. When a prominent businessman is killed in Amelia Earhart's hanger, she turns to her close friend, Laura, to get Jake on the case. There are all the twists and turns you have learned to expect from Murphy, and a palette of potential murderers. The characters are interesting and well-developed, the plot leaves doubt right up to the end, and the conclusion is extremely satisfying. This is a great book, a romp through the pre-war thirties that accurately captures the spirit of the time.
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    Fun Historical Mystery

    This fun mystery reads like a classic B film from the 30s. Jake and Laura are on their Honeymoon in Hawaii when they find themselves involved with another murder. This one concerns Amelia Earhart and her quest to fly from Hawaii to California. The author does a good job with weaving real incidents and characters with fictional ones. The mystery in is good with enough red herrings to make it interesting. I like that Jake works with Laura and the cops in solving the mystery. This series should be read in order. This is a light-hearted historical mystery that is a fun quick read. Enjoy this trip back to 30s. I received a copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for my honest review

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