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Sometimes life is about trust and love. And occasionally, murder.

When Rachel and Joe retired in a 50-plus condo, they did not anticipate encountering amusing and eccentric residents - or the murder of Rachel’s friend, who owned an animal shelter. The suspects are many: The shelter caretaker, an abusive husband, a mistaken hit-man and a strange man in a top hat.

While investigations of the murder ensue, trouble erupts for the couple who seemingly have the perfect marriage. But what will it take to convince them both that trust and love conquers all?

©2020 Janie Owens (P)2020 Janie Owens

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  • 31-05-21

Enjoyed both of her mystery books.

After listening to this authors second book “ THE DAUGHTER” and loved it, I couldn’t wait to order the first of her mystery’s. Loved the descriptions and the quirkiness of each resident. I was surprised as to who was responsible for the murder and why. This reader is a little bland but the story is very good. Can’t wait for this authors next book!

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  • Kathy R. Gann
  • 20-09-20


There are interesting moments but the story rambles many directions. I t was difficult to follow. I lost interest.