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Berried to the Hilt (Gray Whale Inn Series #4)

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  • Posted November 30, 2010

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    Great Mysteries: Past & Present

    In the 4th installment of the Gray Whale Inn series there are mysteries from the past and the present. The discovery of a sunken ship leads to the death of a treasure hunter. The suspects include a local, the U of Maine archaeologists and the dead man's partners (plenty of red herrings). Is the sunken ship Jonah Selfridge's (who built the house that is now the Inn) Myra Barton, or the 17th C. Black Marguerite pirate ship? Author Karen MacInerney blends the past and the present beautifully. The sense of community of the islanders is heartwarming and uplifting, a delightful look at life on a small island. The 2 main romances of the niece and her lobsterman and main characters Natalie and John deepen and hint at a story for book 5 (please let there be one). The subplot of the annual cranberry bake-off adds great comic relief. Delicious recipes from the Inn and bake-off are included.

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  • Posted July 3, 2014

    Really, Really like it <3

    Really, Really like it &lt;3

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  • Posted March 1, 2013

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    Cranberry Island is full of excitement. A sunken ship has been f

    Cranberry Island is full of excitement. A sunken ship has been found off the coast. Could it be a pirate ship? The Black Marguerite belong to one of the most notorious pirates of the 17th century is said to have vanished without a trace. Or is it the Myra Barton, the ship of island sea captain Jonah Selfridge? It doesn’t take long and the island is crawling with treasure hunters and marine archaeologists. Natalie Barnes is happy because it’s great for business. The Gray Whale Inn only had one booked guest before the ship was found. 
    Then a body is found floating near the wreck and it’s one of Natalie’s new guests. She finds herself immersed in the world of pirates and sunken treasure. Will her snooping lead her to the killer? Or will she end up a guest down in Davy Jones locker?
    Dollycas’s Thoughts
    I love this series. I jumped right in and read the whole thing in one sitting.
    This is another series that adds a little history to the mix of the mystery. In the last installment a 150 year old skeleton was found in a lighthouse. This time it’s pirates, sunken treasure and a ghost ship. That gives so much depth to the story.
    The characters are so relate-able, friends you would love to sit down and visit with. Plus who would not like to “escape” for a couple of weeks to Cranberry Island. It sounds like a glorious relaxing place, sans the murders, of course. Then there is the food, oh the food. My only complaint is that samples are not served with this story because everything sounds so delicious. But the author does include recipes!!
    Karen MacInerney writes a well crafted mystery for those of us who love the cozies. I can’t wait to get my hands on Brush with Death.  It hits bookstores on May 8th.

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    Posted February 5, 2013

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 9, 2012

    Excellent

    Another great mystery in this fabulous series!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 3, 2012

    NICE mystery

    Fast enjoyabe and hated to finish. HOpes she adds another someday soon.

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  • Posted July 2, 2012

    Another fantastic read from Karen MacInerney! She delivers fresh

    Another fantastic read from Karen MacInerney! She delivers fresh finds as well as pulling the past all together to make this another great in The Gray Whale Inn series. Keep it up. Can't wait for the next one.

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