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  • Strawberry Sin

  • A Mission Inn-possible Cozy Mystery, Book 2
  • Written by: Rosie A. Point
  • Narrated by: Senn Annis
  • Length: 4 hrs and 9 mins

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Strawberry Sin

Written by: Rosie A. Point
Narrated by: Senn Annis
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What’s worse than gossip? How about a murder....

Spy-in-hiding Charlotte Mission is determined to keep her nose clean, after nearly being exposed to the man who’s hunting her - her ex-husband. She’s not interested in getting involved in another murder investigation. That is, until the local librarian is slain, and her ex-spy grandmother is fingered as the one whodunit.

Charlie’s got to solve the mystery before grandma’s secret stash of weapons - don’t ask, don’t tell - is discovered, and they’re both carted off to federal prison. Or worse. But that’s not going to be easy, what with another agent snooping around, a literal fire to put out, and a new kitty shelter to run.

She must solve the case before grandma goes to jail. Or breaks out of it.

©2020 Caitlin White (P)2020 Caitlin White

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  • Debbie Lacey
  • 2022-02-01


I enjoyed the book as a filler between other series, but I did not enjoy it as much as the first. Charlotte's and Brian's characters need development, and the ending was just too abrupt. While we found out who the murderer was, it just stopped there. There was no resolution with the law, the citizens, no epilogue. It was unsatisfying. I will read the next book to see if things pick up.

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