Happy Birthday Murder By Rachel Woods

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Happy Birthday Murder (A Reporter Roland Bean Cozy Mystery) By Rachel Woods


Book/Novel Author: Rachel Woods

Book/Novel Title: Happy Birthday Murder



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Make a wish for … murder?When reporter Roland Bean turns the big three-oh, his wife throws him, and his fraternal twin sister Robyn, a huge birthday bash.The festive occasion is lively and fun until a fight between his sister and her boyfriend ends the night on a sour note. Beanie decides to console Robyn but almost hits a man staggering in the road as he drives to her townhouse.A man who turns out to be Robyn’s boyfriend and what’s worse, he’s been shot.The boyfriend’s dying words shake Beanie to his core: Robyn … shot … me.Refusing to believe his twin sister killed a man, Beanie vows to use his investigative skills to prove her innocence.He discovers plenty of suspects as he delves into the doctor’s dirty dealings, but can he solve the case before the killer makes him the next victim?Happy Birthday Murder is a cozy murder mystery novel. With lots of clues and red herrings, it features plenty of twists and turns to keep you guessing until the end! Get your copy today!
First “Beanie” book I read. Fast read but this book needs better proofreading. Beanie’s sister Robyn is identified in one sentence as Robin. Another sentence states something is “as difficult to navigate as a land mind.”
This mystery involves more than one murder, an array of suspects, blackmail and a crooked cop. Also, a few scams are added to this mix.

Because no one is willing to completely talk about what they know it was hard to put the few real clues together.
Liked the idea that even though they were twin, they could operate on their own. Granted it got in the way being so independent. Wouldn’t have been a better story if they couldn’t separate themselves from each other’s invisible bond.
Could have been an excellent story, but the facts are often confused. Beanie and Robyn are most definitely amateur sleuths. They don’t seem to remember one clue from the next. It is a rather frustrating read..


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