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- Print Length: 182 pages
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- Publisher: Jug Run Press; 2 edition (November 6, 2015)
- Publication Date: November 6, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B017OOUCBG
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #977,945 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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After the body of a trouble-making townsman is found in a haunted house, replacing the original manikin body prop, the town starts to question their safely. Enter Faye Crane who had been seen and heard arguing with the now dead man the night before. After her daughter, Sheriff Melissa Crane, has her mother questioned by the detective, Faye is sent on a personal mission to clear her name. After all, who could go about instigating such a gruesome death? Come to find out, a lot of people. Oh how I love small towns and their drama.
Town’s people seem to start dropping like flies and Faye asks her best friend to help her figure out who is staking the victims to death. The big surprise is where the murderer/s get the wood from and where they find the manikin prop the first time. Chloe Rossi and Faye Crane start asking questions around town, realizing not many people liked the people who are being murdered off. All of the gossip and evidence seem to be leading to the same conclusion and the connection is horrifying. I would not want to cause any problems in Morelville, let’s just say that.
Being the good sleuths they are, in true Lucy and Ethel style, they form a plan and execute it. The spy scenes are truly hilarious. Just wait until you read them. Faye and Chloe are comical. The ending is striking. It’s not a big surprise as to who did it as we have been along for the ride with these two ladies, but the take-down is cleaver. I want to high-five these ladies.
If you like snickering, being in suspense and just need an amusing book to read, this is it. I look forward to future outings with these two ladies and I hope for my sake and yours that they get into more trouble.The Passed Prop: The Morelville Cozies - Book 1
Hating to give details away, I'll say this is worth the read. It's a fun little story.
Now, the reason I'm rating this as 4 stars, maybe 3.75 stars, is due to the grammatical/mechanical errors. They don't bother me much, as that's simply the kind of reader I am, but I think others might them find annoying.
If you can read past them, this is, again, a fun story. (I can just picture my wife and me doing the sleuthing!!!)
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The Passed Prop is a mystery cozy.Read more