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Yay! A Cozy Mystery on Mackinac Island! Tandem Demise by Duffy Brown

By Lizmckeown1955 @WritersBoost

Tandem Demise:  A Cycle Path Mystery by [Brown, Duffy , Brown, Duffy]
During the Summer of 1974, I sold fudge on Mackinac Island. I was 19, made lots of friends and had fun. If I didn't have time for breakfast, I would eat a slice of chocolate walnut fudge and have a cup of coffee. I could get away with that then.  My parents came to visit and fell in love with it. I felt sad in August when I had to take the ferry back to the mainland. Whenever I hear Elton John's Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me, it reminds me of that day. So, when I saw that Tandem Demise takes place on Mackinac Island, my ears pricked up.
So, here's the synopsis:
After solving two murders, bike shop owner Evie Bloomfield thought life on Mackinac Island would settle into boredom until she finds out Nate Sutter, island police chief and once-upon-a-time under cover cop is on the run. Some badass guys from Nate’s Detroit days think he stole money from them in a champagne smuggling operation and now they’re headed to the island to get their loot. Evie is determined to help Nate because he’s a good cop, Nate is determined to keep interfering Evie and island locals out of harms way, and the crooks are determined to get their money.

To add to the island’s problems there’s a dead guy on the dock and the new wedding planner is more interested in playing bedroom bingo than ordering bridal bouquets. 

With the help of Fiona, Evie’s BFF and local newspaper editor, Evie is determined to prove Nate innocent, figure out how champagne smuggling, bodies on the dock and a bad wedding planner are tied together and not wind up taking a long walk off a short pier herself. 

And here's the Amazon Kindle link to the Cycle Path Mystery:
There's more where this came from. I found news about this book release and much more on Twitter where I discovered the @TheCozyChicks They are mystery writers Ellery Adams, Lorraine Bartlett, Duffy Brown, Mary Kennedy, Mary Jane Maffini, Maggie Sefton, and Leann Sweeney.
Here is the link to their blog - enjoy!

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