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The Inn at Holiday Bay: Boxes in the Basement (edition 2018)

by Kathi Daley (Author)

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Title:The Inn at Holiday Bay: Boxes in the Basement
Authors:Kathi Daley (Author)
Info:Kathi Daley Books (2018)
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Tags:cozy mystery, cold case, crime fiction, small town

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Long time readers of Kathi Daley are excited about her new series. This first book is interesting, exciting and shows much promise for another quality experience.
Ms Daley writes characters you want to know in real life, who also become best friends in your reading life.

After a personal tragedy, Abby Sullivan is ready for a fresh start.
Leaving behind her sister, the only family she has, and who is not supportive of Abby's move and ideas, Abby moves to a town that is dedicated to tourists and cerebrating holidays.
Her vision will take time and money, but Abby feels this is exactly what she needs.
Shortly after arriving, and in looking just to make her new home livable, Abby makes a new friend who fuels her vision of restoring a neglected house and expands her dreams into creating a business.
As this dream unfolds, Abby makes new best friends, acquires roommates, some a furry variety, and gets involved in the community. She also becomes involved in some local crime and mystery.

This is a clean, not graphic offering. Figuring out how to solve a mystery when you are new in town and don't know any of the people involved is more difficult than having something happen to someone you know or have even heard about. However it can be just as emotionally draining.

While not a cliff hanger ending, not everything is all wrapped up neatly, giving us something to look forward to next time. ( )
  LaurasReading | Nov 23, 2018 |
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