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    A great new series!

    This series has quickly become one of my favourites. Book two does not disappoint! The characters are intriguing and realistic. This book picks up from the previous book in the series, so I suggest you read the first in the series before starting this one. An honest, rich and emotional ride awaits you. Again, the premise of a funeral home mystery is written with respect which can be attributed to the author's experience. I cannot wait to read the next in the series!
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    Exciting and well written

    Interesting plot and engaging characters. I not only enjoyed the mystery but liked how the characters' lives evolved in the second book of the series. Looking forward to reading more!
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    Enjoyable read

    - This sequel to Casket Cache does require reading Casket Cache first to get a good fix on the returning characters. Winter's Mourning has more action that its predecessor and some lovely, tender moments. The protagonist, Jennifer Spencer, is a selfless young woman of integrity, compassion, wit, and grit. She is easy to like and root for. The insightful behind the scenes exposition of the inner-workings of funeral homes is depicted in an interesting, succinct tone. I enjoyed the read.
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