Dead on the Bayou

Dead on the Bayou

by June Shaw


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Dead on the Bayou 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Like the first book, this one was really good too. The twin sisters are so likable, but for different reasons and the story moves and reads well. Can’t wait to read the next one.
MaureenST More than 1 year ago
Book two in the identical, head turning, carpenter sisters, with bodies ending up being found by them. Both Sunny and Eve live very busy lives, and hard to imagine but they have a remodeling business. As first one body shows up, and a bit of romance is ensuing, you wonder whom the hunk is going to end up with, but where he ends up is not what you were thinking. With these two you are never going to know when the next shoe is going to drop, or body either for that matter. We also get to enjoy the twins Mom and the other folks at the senior home, and they have much wisdom to offer these two sisters. A quick and enjoyable read that you will need to keep reading to find out who! I received this book through Great Escapes Book Tour and was not required to give a positive review.
InspirationalAngel531 More than 1 year ago
Title: A Fatal Romance - Twin Sisters Mystery Book 2 Author: June Shaw Publisher: Kensington Books Published: 8-22-2017 Pages: 194 Genre: Mystery & Thrillers Sub-Genre: Suspense, Cozy Mystery, Amateur Sleuths, Crafts & Hobbies ISBN: 9781516100934 ASIN: B01N3ZNZVL Reviewed For NetGalley and Kensington Books Reviewer: DelAnne Rating: 4.25 Stars It may be easier to patch up an old home than a broken heart. But along the Louisiana bayou, where beauty and danger mingle all too seamlessly, thoughts of romance may have to simmer on the back burner . . . Twin sisters and fellow divorcees Sunny Taylor and Eve Vaughn have established their home repair and remodeling business with an eye toward quality and personal attention. So when they’re approached by hunky Dave Price to fix up his bayou fishing camp, they’re more than happy to take the job—especially since they both secretly think he may prove to be more than just another satisfied customer . . . The ramshackle campsite could certainly use a woman’s touch. What it does not need is a dead body—but that’s what the trio stumble across. Clearly, the poor soul was murdered—and once the town tongue-waggers get going, Sunny, Eve, and Dave come under suspicion of the police, not to mention potential clients . . . Now, with their futures on the line, their brewing love triangle will have to wait. Helped—and harried—by the twins’ mother and her retirement home’s cadre of amateur sleuths, the trio starts snooping on their own. But when another dead body turns up, they’ll have to get their hands dirtier than a swamp-snake if they hope to clear their names . . . Both the sisters use their unique ways of coping with stress. sunny with her humming and Eve with her painting. In this, the second in the series I imagine there is a lot of Christmas Carols being hummed and quite a few canvases being used. There is Dave, a new character whom both like and momma and her fellow sleuths come to help solve a murder at Dave's fishing camp for which the please look to the three of them and then a second body. This cozy will keep you on your toes and guessing to the end. With plenty of twist and turns you will be jumping from suspect to suspect until the end. You will laugh even as you gasp. Momma and her friends are a riot. Enjoy yourself today and take a break with "Dead on the Bayou". My rating of "Dead on the Bayou - Twin Sisters Mystery Book 2" is 4.25 out of 5 stars.