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Been using it for a month and really happy so far! This is a good solution Jeremy Stevens. Not you typical kind of story. It's a fun read. Also ranked 11 in 16th century books. Benjamin Greene. It has an interesting twist that the protagonist is actually artificial intelligence, whose trying to locate it's creator who has disappeared. Also ranked 46 in literary mystery books. It tells the story of Professor Peter Shandy, an amateur sleuth determined to discover the truth about a librarian's death.
It is the first book in the Peter Shandy Mysteries. Peter Shandy is such a mastermind with it's funny mystery books. I'm sure anyone would love it. Also ranked 1 in cozy mystery series. Wendy and the Lost Boys is a cozy mystery novel by Barbara Silkstone. It tells the story of Wendy Darlin, as she searches for lost treasures with archaeologist Roger Jolley. It is the first book in the Wendy Darlin Comedy Mystery series. Marilyn Stephens. The main character is Wendy Darlin along with Roger Jolley. This book will be part of a series named the Wendy Darlin Comedy Series. This is the first book.
Also ranked 10 in Halloween-themed cozy mysteries. Melissa Taylor. It even has peacocks! Also ranked 34 in cozy mystery series. I had a hard time putting this one down. Also ranked 78 in crime and mystery books of female authors. The Trouble With St. John is a mystery novel by Katie Bloomstrom.
It tells the story of Samantha Stone, an amateur sleuth, as she tries to uncover the mysteries surrounding the beautiful tropical island of St. Michael Griffin.
John by Samantha Stone Mystery was an honest, humble book. The imagined landscape and story drew me in from the first chapter. Katie, the main character of the book is funny, witty, and I found it easy to relate to the adventurous side of her. You're in for a ride and a treat in this book. Also ranked 79 in crime and mystery books of female authors. Nature Girl is a satirical mystery book by Carl Hiaasen. It tells the story of Honey Santana, who ends up in the wilderness of the Everglades, as she lets her morality reign supreme by punishing people for their crimes.
Like all of Hiaasen's books, one needs to set realism aside and just hang on for the wild ride. Nature Girl does not disappoint, it will keep you guessing and laughing. Also ranked 1 in novels with humor. This is a good solution 0. Not sure if I would want to read this type of book anymore. Also ranked 8 in books by Tom Robbins. Sharp wit and funny lead! Daniel Venegas. I didn't know what to expect judging from the cover, but I was really happy that I decided to pick this up. The story is really fast-paced and the action is non-stop.
I also found this book incredibly funny. Read it. Also ranked 9 in books from Florida Keys writers. Edward Sanchez. Also ranked 8 in books designed with fish on the cover. Daniel Anderson. Not a giggle. Not a chuckle.
Not even an amused scoff. It was just a C level mystery book that tried too hard to be funny and came off as stupid instead. Not in United States? Choose your country's store to see books available for purchase. See if you have enough points for this item. Sign in. Single mom Betsy Holmes gets more drama than she bargained for when her mother Claudia drops a bomb that rocks her to the core: Betsy's father wasn't alone the night of his fatal car crash three years ago. Determined to prove Claudia wrong, Betsy investigates—and in the process she uncovers some disturbing family secrets that will change her life forever.
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