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Title: Pineapple Lies: A Pineapple Port Mystery
Author: Amy Vansant
Series: Pineapple Pot Mysteries Book 1
Reviewed By: Arlena Dean
"Pineapple Lies: A Pineapple Port Mysteries Book 1" by Amy Vansant
This story starts in a retirement community in Florida for 55 and up. What will happen after Charlotte is now living with her grandmother and the grandmother dies? Charlotte who was around twenty will continue living there since he has inherited the home. What will happen when Charlotte decides to have a garden put in the back porch area and a skull is found? Who is this person and just how long has this skull been there? How will this all come together as we have a younger woman living in a older community? Be prepared for quite a mystery where there will be plenty of secrets coming out, romance, also suspense with even some humorous moments. The characters [Charlotte, Mariska, Darla, Bob, Frank, Jackie, Seamus, Henry & Declan] are well developed, portrayed and so very believable giving the readers a good romantic/comedy/murder/ mystery read this will keep you guessing. How will this crew solve this case? Well, you will have to pick up this fun read 'Pineapple Lies' to find out.
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Requires way more skill than I'll ever have (two left hands, me), but aren't these just adorable? Assuming you could ever bring yourself to take apart a book and transform it into something else, that is, which I'm pretty sure I couldn't, to begin with ...