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Who Wants Tyler Dead?

 

5 stars!5.0 out of 5 stars

Excellent Cozy Mystery

Marielle Jones is in the hospital recovering from a bad car accident AND a failed romance when she is offered a job as a driver for a grandmother and her two grandchildren.

The offer comes from Howard, a smooth super-salesman who won’t take no for an answer, and raises a number of questions: Why would he want to hire a stranger who just totaled her car as a driver? Why couldn’t the grandmother drive? Marielle had just arrived in Redding, California; how did he know so much about her? Who was Arthur, and how did he die? Most puzzling: who were the young children – the niece and nephew – how did they fit into the scenario, and where were their parents?

Including a tour of the scenic and historic Oregon countryside, a colorful and well-drawn cast of characters, a gripping mystery, some mangled bodies, well-placed clues, danger, romance and intrigue, this Cozy mystery is not to be missed!

Rita W


5 stars!5.0 out of 5 stars

A great, cozy read!

This is a fun, interesting story that unfolds with each page and kept me guessing until the end. I didn’t want to put it down. The likeable characters visit campgrounds across Oregon. As an Oregon native, it made me feel like I was there again, reliving many good times. I felt like I was going along with Marielle and her unusual camping partners, and going through their adventures right along with them.
I strongly recommend this book and have told everyone I know that they will love it as much as I did!

Penny Hendrickson


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Need more like this

We have visited the Northwest many times.
I am familiar with all the locations the author writes about. I loved this story. It has charming humor, clever mystery and well developed and interesting characters. I hope hope she write more like this. Great fun and kept me very interested.

bama


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Fast-Paced Mystery a Good Read

This is a fast-paced, well-written cozy mystery that takes place in the Pacific Northwest. The author has done meticulous research on the sites mentioned in the book, has developed likeable, sympathetic characters, and has woven a page-turner story. I recommend this book.
Heidi M. Thomas, Author of Cowgirl Dreams