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ONE terrible mudslide TWO feet sticking out of it THREE carats of perfect diamonds Amanda hadn't expected snow for Christmas on the Oregon Coast but her first winter in Ravenwood Cove brings out long dead secrets that someone is desperately trying to hideno matter the cost Hot chocolate merry decorations and purring cats give way to police investigations and a search for a ruthless killer


10 thoughts on “Mistletoe Moonlight Murder Ravenwood Cove Mystery #3

  1. says:

    3 of 5 stars for Carolyn L Dean's Mistletoe Moonlight and Murder the third novella in her Ravenwood Cove cozy mystery series I downloaded this book on Kindle a few weeks ago when it was on sale as I had enjoyed the previous two novellas and wanted to continue reading the series While it was a fun story and introduced a few good new characters it wasn't as good as the first twoAmanda Graham continues to remodel the inn she inherited from her uncle opening up to lots of new guests as the town prepares for the Christmas holiday festivals As she's driving to meet her contractor in a nearby town a huge mudslide occurs and envelopes the car in front of her on the road When she runs out to save the victim she realizes it's James' brother Ethan Just as she saves him from the collapse and they are running away she sees another body But this one has been dead for months and no one knows who it is As James Ravenwood Cove's detective matches the body to someone who ran away months prior Amanda learns the victim was shot and had been hiding a necklace Using her usual sleuth like skills she finds the necklace and helps the police solve the case But this time she's just a little too late and ends up cornered by the culprit and almost killed herselfWhile the mystery had some fun aspects to it there were very few red herrings and hardly any real suspects We learned little about the victim and weren't sure who he was connected to I stuck with the story and enjoyed the ending but it was very rushed Overall it had good parts but I felt like it was missing somethingAmanda's friendships in the town are growing and she's becoming of a solid root with a few core characters She has a ways to go but I feel like it will happen I look forward to books 4 and 5 to see if they take an upward turn About Me For those new to me or my reviews here's the scoop I read A LOT I write A LOT And now I blog A LOT First the book review goes on Goodreads and then I send it on over to my WordPress blog at where you'll also find TV Film reviews the revealing and introspective 365 Daily Challenge and lots of blogging about places I've visited all over the world And you can find all my social media profiles to get the details on the whowhatwhenwhere and my pictures Leave a comment and let me know what you think Vote in the poll and ratings Thanks for stopping by Note All written content is my original creation and copyrighted to me but the graphics and images were linked from other sites and belong to them Many thanks to their original creators


  2. says:

    A uick read but a good oneReally enjoying this series and the whodunnits make it a bit interesting given they all live in the same villageClicked earlier on as to the “who” but not the why So still work to be done before I get my detective’s badge


  3. says:

    Actual Rating 35 Stars


  4. says:

    Not uite as well paced and engaging as the previous two books in the series but still a good read


  5. says:

    Great story uick read but not shallowI love getting to know these characters and this town Can't wait to read the next one An easy read but very intriguing


  6. says:

    This is a new to me author and series and I found a fun readAmanda has not lived in Ravenwood Cove Oregon for very long She owns a B B and she is learning to deal with lots of rainShe is driving to another small town and there is a mudslide The car in front of her is tumbled down a hill She rushes down the hill to get the man in the car out of danger As she finally gets him into her car she sees two feet sticking out of the mudslideSo begins a storyThe first step is to find out the name of the man and the second step is to find out why he had been buried on the hill after he was shotThis is a fast read that is a pretty good mysteryAmanda does her normal traveling around town and as she does she deals with the citizens of Ravenwood Cove This is a small town so there is gossip And nearly everyone Amanda meets has some little tidbit to add to the storyAmanda is an intelligent woman who is good at putting pieces of a puzzle together Her “friend” James is a detective and he helps her follow the clues He is following the clues too He is a strong character who not only wants to find a murderer but also keep Amanda safeThe secondary characters are fun and interesting and basically they add a great deal to the atmosphere of the story This is a small town populated by normal people who share an interest in the lives of their neighbors There is caring humor and a strong curiousityIf you are in the market for a uick cozy mystery this is a book you will enjoy


  7. says:

    I have 3 criticisms and these may contain spoilers so if you haven’t read the series up to book 3 look away;1 Not near enough James2 How is Mrs Granger 93 in this book? I’m sure in the first book she was 90 and if it’s only been a couple of months it makes no sense she’s now 93 Am I wrong? If I am please let me know3 It was NOT as Christmassy as I wanted it to beBut beyond that I didn’t guess the who did it and the story was really great These are such fast reads I’m finding myself flying through them I’d love to visit Ravenwood Cove but maybe not if these murders continue


  8. says:

    Ratings445555 starsPG Elementary age kids probably wouldn't enjoy itNo sexNo strong languageNo violenceWell told story of greed and its conseuences set in small town Oregon with likable characters Excellent descriptions of mudslides and Pacific Northwest weather My only criticism is that often but not too often the author's descriptions are passive rather than active It could be something like not a direct uote The Christmas songs were beautiful as opposed to Their combined voices raised the Christmas carols in Yeh I'm being picky but I noticed it enough for mentionThis being a story set during the Christmas season I appreciated that the characters' religious beliefs were appropriately presented in a gentle not preachy way Worth reading


  9. says:

    Wonderful series about real people who just happen to find dead bodiesIt took me until after the third book to write a comment mainly because I couldn't wait to read the next storyCarolyn writes the way I like Straightforward story She gives you enough details so that you can see what's going on but doesn't bore you with the mundane When someone is in the living room I don't need to know what color the curtains rug and sofa are unless necessary to the plot Carolyn's writing is easy to read her characters are loveable or despicable as the case may be and I do find myself anxiously awaiting the time I can sit down and find out what happens nextBravo


  10. says:

    Entitlements?Fabulous Christmas is just around the corner so she is helping out a friend by picking up a sign from the next town A storm causes a landslide which ends with her helping the injured driver of the car in front of her and the discovery of a dead body that had been pulled down the hill from it's grave Who was it? Add in a stolen necklace a ghostly encounter and an attempt on her life for a great read RI really was taken by surprise at the identity of the killer The plot is infused with emotion and details of the characters lives Whilst the characters themselves are vivid and have the same inscurities that we all have