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Summary

There's murder and mayhem in Mayfair today....

When Violet calls Cassie over to investigate a murder in Mayfair, Cassie figures it's going to be a pretty easy solve, especially when they immediately hone in on a main suspect. But things get a lot more complicated when it turns out the suspect has an airtight alibi.

Meanwhile, things at home are going to get more hectic for Cassie when Jake has a brand new surprise to show her. And why do the nightmares that started when Cassie was officially registered as a doctor refuse to go away?

Between everything going on at home and inside her head, will Cassie be able to help Violet solve the case, or is it all going to be too much for her? The Cassie Coburn mysteries are a cozy mystery series featuring a Sherlock-holmes style sleuth. If you want a light, fun, modern mystery featuring a San Francisco girl totally out of her element in London, and a crazy French woman who happens to be very good at noticing things, then this is the series for you.

©2020- Samantha Silver (P)2021 Samantha Silver

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  • 16-11-21

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I stumbled upon this series and listened to them all too date. These stories remind me of Mrs. Pollifax by Dorothy Gilman. I love her tales of hilarious intrigue with the CIA.