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Coke with a Twist (Mercy Watts Mysteries Book 1) Kindle Edition

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Length: 45 pages Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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  • File Size: 2303 KB
  • Print Length: 45 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: June 6, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0089MP2H2
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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A.W. Hartoin grew up in rural Missouri, but her grandmother lived in the Central West End area of St. Louis. The CWE fascinated her with it's enormous houses, every one unique. She was sure there was a story behind each ornate door. Going to Grandma's house was a treat and an adventure. As the only grandchild around for many years, A.W. spent her visits exploring the many rooms with their many secrets. That's how Mercy Watts and the fairies of Whipplethorn came to be.
As an adult, A.W. Hartoin decided she needed a whole lot more life experience if she was going to write good characters so she joined the Air Force. It was the best education she could've hoped for. She met her husband and traveled the world, living in Alaska, Italy, and Germany before settling in Colorado where she now lives with her family, a Great Dane, a skanky cat, and six bad chickens.

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This Mercy Watts short packed more suspense, twist, and turns into its 29 pages than a 329 page novel. Really quickly we find that Mercy is a believable kind of protagonist...smart with some dumb moves, attractive without really knowing it, and able to leap tall buildings with a single bound. Wait, that last part is Superman. Spend half an hour with Mercy and you wind up looking for more of Hartoin's shorts. I did~!~.
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A great mystery with great characters. The main character, Mercy Watts, will win your heart from page one. She has no problem filling in for her dad as a spy for one of his cases or for getting in trouble because of her task.

The book is short, but packs a great story into the few pages. I enjoyed the book and the characters. If you are looking for a good mystery with a new "twist," check out this book. Enjoy!!

I received this book free from the author in exchange for an honest review.
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I read the free page on line and was hooked. Mercy is a winner with her down to earth style and Marilyn Monroe looks. She's great at mulit tasking jobs and men. Can't wait to see what she gets herself into next helping out her PI father. Did not want the story to end. Laughed out loud.
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I read this story and was engaged in it, but I could tell it was the first in a series, because it kind of left me hanging. Plus, Mercy mentions repeatedly that she looks like Marilyn Monroe, but it really didn't seem to play into the plot line, etc. I don't think I'm going to bother to buy any of the series, it just wasn't as grabbing for me as some of the other free first-in-a-series books I have read.
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I really didn't care for this book. First of all, the writing wasn't that good. Secondly, I couldn't identify with the character at all. Thirdly, the main character, Mercy, named her cat Skanky and treated her poorly just because she was sick and dirty from being homeless. I downloaded the book for free, but it wasn't worth my time to read it, and I wish I didn't waste the time it took me to read it.
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Please, more! I wish I had the sequence of your stories. I think this one would be the first "Mercy Watts". As with all the rest, it was excellent. The characters are well set up for their future development. The plot was cohesive, and I loved it. Now, new "Away from Whipplethorne"s please. Both series are great! If you can operate in both worlds, please do! Outstanding!!
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I am not usually a mystery reader, but I really enjoyed this story! A fun summer read, great for next to the pool or on the beach. I cant wait for the next adventure of Mercy Watts!
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This is your basic detective story run down with a pretty woman in the lead. Mercy, a Marilyn look-a-like, goes undercover at shady bar to help her dad solve a missing person's case, which turns out to be pointless in her efforts, but does serve a purpose near the end of the story. It's a very short read that packs in quite a bit of detail, stats, and imagery, leaving the reader feeling as if it has been a longer and equally satisfying read.

The story line was pretty good with just the right amount of twists, right down to the pun in the title. A guy goes missing after a girl he's involved with is drugged and abandoned and then brutally assaulted. Everyone wants to know what part the missing beau had to play in the girl's attack, since he was the last one she was seen with before the violence ensued.

I'm pretty good at solving tv and movie crimes and mysteries, so I wasn't disappointed when I figured out "who done it" before the big reveal... beside it was still a pretty good reveal. This is a great read for sitting in waiting rooms, traffic, or any other waiting scenario. I think this is a good short read for any mature teen, pending parental approval, and adult who wants an easy read filled with suspense.
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