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- ASIN : B08BDT6F4Y
- Publisher : J & M Press (February 23, 2021)
- Publication date : February 23, 2021
- Language : English
- File size : 1728 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 265 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #17,010 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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First there is a body that Ellison didn’t find, an old flame moves in next door and Max and Pansy aren’t in doggie love any more. Could this be a signal that things might change for Ellison and Anarchy also. Mother certainly hopes so !!!
So many of Julie’s vivid characters run through this story, including some new ones for us. I love, love, love these books! (A word to any new reader, these books are really best read in order because of all the wonderful back stories on the characters that make these stories so compelling.). Thanks, Julie! 📚❤️
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““Does this mean your streak is over?” I held up my crossed fingers. “We can hope.” I had a terrible feeling about Clayton’s death. “This could be the start of a whole new body-free chapter in my life.” No one said a word. We all knew I wasn’t that lucky.”
On the personal front, Ellison and Anarchy have yet to set a firm date for their wedding. When Charlie Ardmore was identified as Ellison’s high school ex-sweetheart, I immediately sided with Anarchy, got jealous on his behalf and hated Charlie. He was obviously guilty of the murder of Clayton Morris – even though there was no discernible motive, nor opportunity … Just, he was interfering, and I didn’t want him around.
I also found it creepy that Charlie moved in next door to Ellison, and was making no secret of trying to get back together with her – completely ignoring her (genuine) protestations that she was in love with Anarchy and was going to marry him.
Frances Walford (who “blew into my house with the force of a March gale. Her hair was a perfect silver helmet. The pearls at her neck were the size of marbles. The handbag hooked over her elbow was crocodile.”) also will not accept that Ellison is determined to marry Anarchy, and sees Charlie as the perfect alternative – a good-looking, recently divorced (did I say creepy?) cardiologist – who is not a cop.
It turns out that Charlie does have his uses – the main (and only important) one being, that he takes a shine to Pansy, the disruptive dog that Ellison rescued from Prudence, and offers the dog a new home:
“Without regular, exhaustive exercise, Pansy dug. Her goal was China. Her preferred digging sites were the neighbors’ flower beds.” …
“She’s destructive.” A tornado was destructive. Pansy was something else—something worse.”
Even Max is getting a bit tired of her:
“When it came to squirrels, Max fancied himself an apex predator. Pansy wasn’t so picky. She was willing to chase squirrels, rabbits, kids on skateboards, or little old ladies.”
Back to the murder(s), Ellison’s life is in danger – someone is shooting at her. And then the worst thing happens!!! All intentions of getting any work done flew out the window. I could not put the book down until I had made absolutely sure that everyone was OK.
Another episode in the Country Club murders put successfully to bed. I cannot recommend this series highly enough, and I am impatiently waiting until the next one appears. (Sept 28th 2021– in my diary!).