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A Deadly Brew
A Deadly Brew | Lynn Cahoon
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As Halloween approaches South Cove, California, four couples get into the spirit of the holiday by conjuring up spirits. . . The house has sat empty for fifteen years, taking up prime real estate along the picturesque coastline. Built by one of the founders of South Cove, its last known owner, Maryanne Demerit, vanished without a trace. Now her home will be demolished for a condo development, but until then, its the perfect spot for a Halloween haunted house. Jill Gardner, owner of Coffee, Books, and More, her boyfriend, and three other couples are spending the weekend in the Demerit home. But what begins as an all-in-good-fun fright fest turns into a mystery begging to be solved as Jill is contacted by the ghost of Maryanne . . . Praise for The Tourist Trap Mysteries Murder, dirty politics, pirate lore, and a hot police detective: Guidebook to Murder has it all! A cozy lovers dream come true. Susan McBride, author of The Debutante Dropout Mysteries Lynn Cahoon has created an absorbing, good fun mystery in Mission to Murder. Fresh Fiction
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NatalieR
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My first book by this author. It‘s a cute little novella with some mystery, ghosts, and books. A quick Halloween read. I‘ll definitely venture into more work by this author. 🎃

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TheReadingMermaid
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I enjoyed it over all. Like I said it was a quick little read and definitely something nice and spooky for Halloween time, which is it always a good thing. I'm recommending this book to anyone who likes a nice quick, scary ghost story mystery.

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Jhullie
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A little pre-Halloween spookiness fell into my lap via #NetGalley. It was enjoyable and very short but the creepiness I craved fell a little flat. The story of a group of friends spending the weekend in a haunted house before its demolition appealed to my sinister side but it was more of a mystery than a ghost story. Still a good read though.