Title: Lemon Filled Diaster
Author: Tyora Moody
Publication date: April 14, 2018
Genre: Cozy Mystery
Rating: 4 Stars= Great Page Turner
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Lemon Filled disaster is about Eugeena Patterson trying to clear her soon-to-be daughter-in-law Carnen’s name while helping her plan her wedding. Everything points to Carmen as the killer but there may be a couple of more possible suspects.
Eugeena has to start checking them off her list, which leads her to the victim’s supposed girlfriend Monique. As the investigation goes on it appears, Darius was Carmen’s ex-husband, which Cedric wasn’t aware of even though he kept info from Carmen too.
Eugeena is accidently thrown into the case along with the help from Amos, a retired cop. It’s a fun cozy mystery with Eugeena determined to make sure her son’s wedding happens. I believed Carmen killed her ex-husband until the killer was revealed.
Tyora Moody does a wonderful job masking the culprit within the story to shock you at the end. I recommend this book to readers of cozy mysteries.
*This book was provided by the author for review purposes only.
putting out the fire …
a clueless uncle catch a tech-savvy killer … and be home before
Golden’s sister and condemns him to
babysitter duty, he thinks it’s just another case of hardwired bad
luck in Silicon Valley.
Until a suspicious murder suggests the mishap was no mere
coincidence. Something must be done.
uncle isn’t exactly hero material.
amateur sleuth follows clues to an
oddball array of suspects. Armed with nothing but an eye for detail
and powers of self-delusion, Marty
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perplexing woman he can’t help but fall for. Glitches in his
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roles, he’s also written fiction. These are just called emails, ads,
and marketing collateral.
forget, no matter what milestone age she hits. For most of Marc’s
life, he’s been inventing stories. Some, especially when he was
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