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Some vacations make your head spin!

Andy travels to Mexico to visit Rachel and her relatives, but after a fellow traveler disappears, the jobless musician can’t concentrate on vacationing. When he tries to investigate, instead of finding one woman, he loses another! Before he can discover more about the women’s connection, he’s saddled with two children who aren
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Paperback, 2, 296 pages
Published October 23rd 2018 by Aakenbaaken & Kent (first published December 17th 2015)
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Jennie Rosenblum
Jul 18, 2019 rated it it was amazing
It’s been a while since I read a book in one day, but that's what happened with this one. Andy’s world is always unusual. In this book a mystery woman has asked him to watch her purse – she never comes back for it. Instead of turning it in to lost and found, like I would have done, he goes looking for the owner – the rest is a roller coaster of antics. Rachel is back from a previous book, and Andy’s romance is also taking a turbulent turn. The musical references are there, and this author has th ...more
D.R. Ransdell
Jun 06, 2019 marked it as to-read  ·  (Review from the author)
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D.R. Ransdell performs in a mariachi band where zealous customers, scheming musicians, and jealous spouses provide countless plots for the Andy Veracruz Mysteries. She also writes travel-themed fiction about the Campanello sisters. Her musical memoir is a tell-all about how she learned to play mariachi music. Yes, the names were changed to protect the guilty!

D.R. resides in Tucson with
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