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Two Wrongs Don't Make a Write: A Cassandra Ellis Mystery (The Cassandra Ellis Mysteries) Paperback – September 20, 2017
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- Publisher : Zapstone Productions; 2nd Trade Paperback Edition (September 20, 2017)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 268 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1937899950
- ISBN-13 : 978-1937899950
- Item Weight : 14.6 ounces
- Dimensions : 5.5 x 0.67 x 8.5 inches
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The meeting is awkward, although Cassie likes the man and decides to see if she can bring healing to the family. That may be harder than she thinks when the cop who accused Rick is murdered and Rick becomes a suspect. Did Rick commit the murder? Will he and James ever repair their relationship?
Since I enjoyed the first book in this series, I was looking forward to revisiting Cassie and James. I wasn't disappointed. They continue to be charming leads who I love to visit. The rest of the cast is just as entertaining.
The plotting is a bit uneven early in the book, but the characters more than make up for it. The further you go, the more the story kicks into high gear, and the ending surprised me.
Those looking for an enjoyable mystery need look no further than this book. It's another enjoyable visit with fun characters.
Note: Cathy Wiley is a friend, but I bought this book, and my opinions are my own.
Cassie Ellis's boyfriend is a cop who is being obstinate about her meeting his father. While their relationship is on solid ground this seems to be a speed bump.
James Whittaker as a cop is a great source of story material for Cassie although at times she forgets that she is there to observe and write about it, not be a part of the action. Women !!!
So what is James's hang up with her meeting his father who is an excop. The very reason James is one too.
Finally he relents and takes Cassie to meet his father unannounced at a divey bar where he is the bar tender. Accused of being a dirty cop this is where he has ended up
While James is tracking down a criminal they have been after for a period of time he is advised that the criminal has been killed and James's father has been taken in as a suspect. WHAT !!!
His father is soon released. Things start to go downhill as the bodies start to pile up - Always a good sign in a murder mystery as the deaths eliminate suspects doesn't it.
The relationship between Cassie and James is inviting to the reader as they go back and forth at each other. But you know their love is overall controlling their actions.
I can't tell you whodunnit. But I can say you will enjoy reading this book