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June Bug (Murder-by-Month Series #2)
     

June Bug (Murder-by-Month Series #2)

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by Jess Lourey
 

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Mira James never imagined life after college would be a doublewide trailer outside Battle Lake, Minnesota. Then again, maybe the North Country has more to offer than mosquitoes and broasted chicken.

Local legend claims that a diamond necklace was lost nearly a century ago in Whiskey Lake, not far from the present day Shangri-La resort. Mira, a part-time

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3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 79 reviews.
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Enjoyed this one.
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The main character is so easy to relate to and the book is well written and a fun read.
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bikrgran More than 1 year ago
LOTS of lusty remarks, which I think we could have done without, but no actual explicit sex. Mira is house-sitting for a friend, in the backwoods of MN. She stumbles upon a decades-old mystery, which as part-time newspaper reporter, she just HAS to figure out. Back in the 20's a lot a jewelry disappeared from the, then, Shangri-la resort. As Mira stumbles around, getting banged up, by June Bugs and abusive acquaintances, she gets closer & closer to the "treasure". As an aside, she has the "hots" for one of the garden center men, which causes her to be a blubbering, bumbling idiot. This is a fun book, but as I said, it could do without a lot of the sexual references.
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The author rambles on giving too much detail to the point of making it hard to finish the book. A long 180 pages of TMI on everything, dragging out the story. Would have been just as good, actually even better, without all the descriptive filler. If her books ramble on like this one, I will put the next one down and not suffer through the "fluff" to finish. Glad it was free. JBH
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Ashley Wilkes More than 1 year ago
I loved it. Cant wan to get started on the next one!!
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