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Review - Murder Strikes A Pose

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Disclaimer:  I received this book free from Midnight Ink in exchange for an honest review.  I did not receive any form of compensation.

I had received the opportunity to review this book back in August.  And every time I passed by the book on my computer, I kept wanting to read it because it really sounded great.  However, I knew that I really couldn't publish a review until closer to the time of the book release.  So I kept waiting and waiting.  I finally gave in and read the book in September.  I just couldn't wait any longer.

I am so glad that I didn't wait!  This book was incredible!  This is a dynamic debut book written by certified yoga instructor Tracy Weber.  Of course, I went ahead and typed up my review with a note to post it closer to the books release date.

Kate Davidson is struggling to keep her yoga studio afloat.  She is barely making ends meet.  Then a homeless man, George, and his monster sized dog, Bella, start selling newspapers right in front of the shop. …

Dying To Know

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DescriptionTuck never knew death was so overrated . . .until he dies. When Dr. Angela Tucker hears a bump in the night, Oliver "Tuck" Tucker is in no mood to investigate. But he does. And before he knows what’s happening, Tuck is shot dead with his own spare service revolver. Returning as a ghost to the scene of the crime, Tuck has no idea who shot him and he sure doesn't know why his old partner has hidden a file in his office. Slowly harnessing his ghostly abilities, Tuck is able to communicate with Angela, an archaeologist, and together they try to piece together the truth. Was Tuck killed by a supposedly retired mobster or was the intruder looking for information related to Angela's archaeological dig? ReviewI have always loved a good mystery story, especially ones that are well crafted and have a touch of humor to them.  I don't like the overly serious ones.  Well, this book was definitely up my alley.  Not only was it a light hearted mystery, but it was a p…