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Dressed to Kill (The Tourist Trap Mysteries) Audio CD – Unabridged, March 1, 2021
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Lynn Cahoon is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of the Tourist Trap Mystery series. She has also authored several romance novels and novellas, including The Bull Riders Keeper, Marriage Not Included, Shawnee Holiday, and Return of the Fae, which was a finalist for a Readers Crown and a RONE Award. An Idaho native, Lynn currently lives in a small historic town on the banks of the Mississippi River.
- ASIN : B08XLC6CZY
- Publisher : Tantor and Blackstone Publishing; Unabridged edition (March 1, 2021)
- Language : English
- Audio CD : 1 pages
- ISBN-13 : 979-8200022991
- Dimensions : 5.2 x 5.7 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #9,137,560 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Amy's boyfriend Justin finds the body of the bank manager in the middle of the stage at the winery. True to form Jill is told to stay out of investigation and she just ignores Greg's orders.
The story is a lot of fun and I had it narrowed down to two people, and it was the third person and a slightly different motive that threw me.
The only problem I had again was with continuity. Bill and Mary Simmons owners of the B&B in the last book were Bill and Mary Sullivan in this book.
Jill and Greg talked about getting away for a week end, their first together, and want to go to Napa but in the last book they had gone to Napa and brought back wine.
There are other little ones like that but the big one was why was Greg in the middle of the stage and how did the murderer get him there.
Still a wonderful series. On to the next book. I am optimistic that the editing will be spot on this time.
I love the town of South Cove and it's residents seem to ring true for residents of small-towns with their instant grapevines of gossip. I did think the secondary plot involving Aunt Jackie was both unnecessary and under developed. There was really no need for a sub plot that was quickly resolved and frankly made Jackie look reckless and stupid. But this is just a personal quibble and while I found it distracting I loved the rest of the book enough to overlook it in my grade of the book.
This is a great series and I have already pre-ordered the next book which is due in August. I guess that is the best endorsement from this reader.
Definitely a series you need to pick up if you love cozy Mysteries. The series is great to read on one of those days where it just seems to rain and nothing else to do. So grab a good cup of coffee or tea and something sweet and get ready to indulge.
I can't wait to read the next book.
Will definitely recommend it to friends.
Familiar and new characters meshed to bring interest, intrigue, indignation, imagination and an urge to let the world go by while reading and turning pages.
This mystery totally had me stumped. Esmeralda put in her two cents worth but as usual, it didn't help much; I got the hint but still didn't know where to go with it. Of course there were so many twists and layers that I spent a lot of time guessing. What fun is it to have a challenge in a cozy mystery.
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When a dead body is discovered with strong links to Sherry, Greg finds himself having to tread very carefully! Jill, as anxious as ever to help him out, gets bad news about a family member and suddenly finds her loyalties split. As she tries to help everyone at the same time will she miss something vital and be unable to save anyone?
The fourth Tourist Trap mystery is a great read and I enjoyed every word. The investigations are getting more detailed and the main protagonists never fail to entertain. There is a larger cast of secondary characters this time and Jill definitely had her work cut out to sort everything, as did I and wasn't even close to guessing whodunit this time around. I also love reading the teaser chapter of the following story which has been a feature of all the books so far.
This is another great addition to a series which is fast becoming my comfort read. Recommended.