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A Case of Syrah, Syrah by Nancy J. Parra
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it was amazing
bookshelves: 30-day-cmbc, winters-respite-2019

I'd been wanting to read this before I read my ARC of the next book in the series, so I found it on Overdrive to borrow from my library. I just love Nancy's Candy-Coated series she writes as Nancy Coco, and this series didn't disappoint either!

Taylor O'Brian ran wine country tours business, but when she came across the dead body of a yoga instructor on her very first tour, that business came to a screeching halt until someone could prove Taylor's innocence. Her corkscrew was the murder weapon and someone who apparently lied had said they saw her shove the woman off the cliff. Taylor and her bestie, Holly teamed up with a college friend of Holly's, Chelsea, an investigative free-lance reporter and started snooping around on their own, despite numerous warnings from the sheriff and Taylor's lawyer. There was a side mystery about identity theft that Taylor was sure had to be connected to what ended up being two murders total. Hopefully she and her friends could solve this before she ended up in jail for something she didn't do...or became the next murder victim.

Holly is another bestie that you just gotta love! She's got a ton of enthusiasm and loyalty--but at least she had the sense to stay out of "just one more stake-out." The showdown was great! Taylor may not have been good at paying attention to people who told her to stop snooping, but she was good at remembering to record things! I loved Aunt Jemma too, what a sweetheart! And the adorable cocker spaniel Millie who came into Taylor's life was a cute little addition.

I'll be reading the next book starting a little later today!
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September 6, 2017 – Shelved
January 24, 2019 – Started Reading
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January 25, 2019 – Finished Reading

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