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Death by Hot Apple Cider Paperback – 18 January 2022
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With autumn in full swing and Thanksgiving on the way, Krissy's supplying cider and her staff is manning the apple-bobbing booth at a town event. But then a patron dunks his head in-and doesn't come back up.
It soon becomes clear that Krissy's brew wasn't to blame. But with her policeman boyfriend looking to make detective, she can't help being drawn into the investigation. The victim was notorious for harassing not only her own bookstore but the library and the school for promoting supposedly scandalous literature-before someone censored him permanently. Now, Krissy will have to check out a stack of suspects to find a killer who's rotten to the core...
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- Publisher : KENSINGTON (18 January 2022)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 304 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1496721152
- ISBN-13 : 978-1496721150
- Dimensions : 12.07 x 1.93 x 17.78 cm
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It is always nice to read how the different characters develop as the series continues and the twists and turns to get to the end of the book, couldn't put it down
The protagonist, Krissy, can often come across as nosy and annoying, but I found her nearly unbearable in this book. She doesn't have chemistry with any of the other characters, including her boyfriend and friends. Her style of investigation is over-the-top.
I gave the book two stars for the Thanksgiving theme and Autumn references, but this is one of the weakest books in this series.