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    A delight to read!

    Writing All Wrongs by Ellery Adams is the seventh Books by the Bay mystery. Olivia Limoges and Chief Rawlings are newlyweds and are going on their delayed honeymoon. They are heading over to Palmetto Island to enjoy a couple of days by themselves (well, Captain Haviland is joining them) before the Legends of Coastal Carolina Festival. They will be joined by the Bayside Book Writers. Silas Black will be the headliner of the weekend. He will also be the cause of the controversy. The weekend is off to a great start until a white deer is injured by an arrow. Then a burning boat gets destroyed by the pirate ships (not part of the show), and then a woman ends up dead. Who is behind these incidents? Were they also behind the murder? Writing All Wrongs was just delightful. While it is a part of a series, it can easily be read alone. We get to revisit Olivia, Chief Rawlings, and the Bayside Book Writers group. The location of Palmetto Island sounded just gorgeous. I would love to visit this island. It sounds like it is rich in history (I am a history buff). The mystery was interesting and provided some twists along the way (though I did solve it). I give Writing All Wrongs 4.5 out of 5 stars (because I was able to solve the mystery). Writing All Wrongs had a good mystery, history, beautiful locales, ghost stories, and great, interesting characters. You cannot go wrong reading Writing All Wrongs. I received a complimentary copy of Books by the Bay from the author in exchange for an honest review.

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