Tourist Trap (The Rebecca Schwartz Series, Book 3) Kindle Edition
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This is the third installment of the Rebecca Schwartz series. I will definitely be downloading the first two so I can fully enjoy Rebecca and her assorted friends and relatives. Her mother is a hoot and I think I am in love with her father! Rebecca is thrust into a murder investigation when she and Rob come across a crucified man - on Easter morning no less. The "Tourist Trapper" begins to attack popular tourist destinations and the police have glommed onto the wrong person. In a twisted turn of events she defends the accused, although she knows he is innocent - but how to prove it?
"Tourist Trap" is a great read, and the author's knowledge of newspaper publishing shines through.
Of personal interest to me (doesn't affect the book at all) is the guarantee at the end of the book that reads - "We guarantee our books...and we listen to our readers.
We'll give you your money back if you find as many as five errors in this book. (That's five verified errors - punctuation or spelling that leaves no room for judgment calls or alternatives.)
If you find more than five, we'll give a dollar for every one you catch up to twenty.
More than that and we reproof and remake the book."
I wish more authors who reformat their books to an e-book format offered this! It was a pleasure reading this book because it had no errors. Bravo to Julie Smith and her team!
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