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Sunday, January 24, 2021



Fiona is going on a short vacation with her family. She left Holly in charge of the bookstore. There was also a grand opening which had to be dealt with. Fiona had purchased the store next to her bookstore in order to make her space larger! While the addition was under construction they had the books that would be in there in a storage place.

A new shipment came in and Holly had to take them to the storeroom. Holly and her new BFF got onto the car and drove over. Holly could not find the key so she asked the manager for the spare. Upon opening the door she discovered that all the books had been stolen!

Who would have done such a thing and why? Holly and friends track down the suspects and finally do find out who did it.

Fiona returned from vacation and went to confront the thief. You will be surprised at what she did!!

About the Book: (from Amazon) The excitement is building for the grand opening Of the long-awaited addition to the Read It Again bookstore And Holly’s in charge of making sure everything is ready for it. But when the books to be put on the shelves Are stolen from a storage unit, Her best-laid plans fall apart. Obviously, someone has a grudge against The bookstore, Holly, or the owner, Fiona. But who and why? And even worse, Holly worries that her best friend may be the one responsible And she, herself, is to blame.

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Being a dog lover and having attended numerous cooking schools, she couldn't resist writing about food and dogs. Dianne is the author of several cozy mystery series: Cedar Bay, Liz Lucas, High Desert, Midwest, Jack Trout, and the Northwest. Each of these books contains recipes from her travels. Alexis, the first book in the Midlife Journey Series was also recently published. She's the author of the award-winning suspenseful Coyote Series.

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49 comments :

Jane Starcher said...

I wasn't sure I would like this series as I thought it was more for teens than adults but I have read the first one and would love to read the rest.

madamhawk said...

My reaction would depend on the circumstances and what was stolen.
This sounds like a fun read.
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Darlene said...

If I were robbed I would call the police.

Shirley OFlynn said...

I would call the police if I were robbed.

Brenda said...

I would definitely call the police if I were robbed.

Terri. said...

I would call the police.

bellagirl07 said...

I would call the police if I was robbed.
heather

Lisa Ehrman said...

I would file a police report.

Antoinette M said...

I would report it to the police.

Deb PelletierC said...

We were robbed years ago, all you can do is call the police. They had a idea who did it but could not prove it. After that, a family member had to stay at home all the time , we took turns. And get a guard dog.

Jeffrey said...

I would call the police if i was robbed.

susan1215 said...

I would call the police if I was robbed.

James Robert said...

I would be like others and call police.

Ann Fantom said...

I would give them what they wanted and then call the police.

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David Hollingsworth said...

It depends on how valuable the stuff that was stolen. Some things can be replaced. And I would calls the police, otherwise.

Peggy Hyndman said...

if I were robbed, I would definitely call the police after I gave them everything they wanted.

Michele S. said...

I was robbed and it was a very scary thing...once my home when I was a work and once I was mugged on the street.. for the home I called the police but my things were never recovered.. the mugging I just was so shaken that I turned around and went home not to
go to work....

Jeanna Massman said...

This sounds like a great mystery! It would be perfect for a cold winter night!

Nancy said...

If I were robbed, I would be very scared. I would call the police afterward.


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Kari said...

Unfortunately, if I were robbed, I would likely just cut my losses and move on with my life. I'd probably alert the authorities, but it's not likely they would be able to catch the thief and return my things.

Rita Wray said...

I would call the police.

Julie Waldron said...

I would call the police first thing. Our shop was broken into several years ago, the police were called but unfortunately nothing was recovered. It doesn't hurt to call though, they need to know.

peg42 said...

Depends on the reason I was robbed. First, I would call the police, but If the person is steeling for food or to support their family and are desperate, I would not press charges, but instead offer to buy them some food.

PAIGE said...

I would file a report and then move on,

katieoscarlet said...

I let someone stay with me once and after I kicked her out she broke into my house and robbed me while I was at work. Even though I knew who it was it still made me very uncomfortable and vulnerable and quite scared. I stayed there for a while after but couldn't stay very long as I was always on edge.

Barbara Montag said...

If I were robbed I would try to stay as calm as possible.
Also I would call the police to report it.

Sherry said...

First I would give them what I had and then I would call the police.

Jen Reed said...

If I was robbed in person I would try to do whatever I needed to do to stay safe. If it was not in person I would turn over all the evidence to the professionals that could help.

Tonya said...

I’ve been robbed before but not like Fiona and Holly. When my car was broken into I called the police but something of this measure would probably lead me to a complete breakdown!

megana said...

I have been robbed before. I was working two counties away..so about 35-45 away from my apartment building. Not only that drive but the fact I was working 12-16 hour shifts..gave the robbers plenty of time to completely clear out my apartment. They dumped my trash in the kitchen floor and used my trash can to fill up with anything worth one cent. They smashed my daughters piggy bank. They stole my parents wedding rings ( they divorced when I was six so was VERY IMPORTANT AND INVALUABLE). they stole my baby ring that my parents bought when I was born. They stole my food. I called the cops. But I also had friends that knew people. So I had them listen and sniff around for me.
They eventually had names for me and I turned them over to the police. They were arrested and bailed out within a few days and basically served no jail time. Slapped on the wrist. They took my parents rings and my baby ring and had it melted down for cash..

Debbi Wellenstein said...

I worked at a place many years ago that was robbed. We called the police.

Peggy said...

I would call the police probably.

Erin N said...

It would be so awful to be robbed! I would call the police, and hope they find my stuff.

bn100 said...

call the police

le p said...

I would report it to the police so there's a record and hopefully I'll get things back. thanks

klp said...

I don't know what I would do. So much depends on circumstances.

Annmarie Weeks said...

If I were robbed, I would report it to the police. And I would post as much info as I could about it online, too.

Jan Lee said...

I don't steal; If I were robbed, I'd report it to the police.

Veronica Lee said...

I have been robbed twice and each time I filed a report with the police.

Elena said...

I would call the police

Lisa Romine said...

I have been robbed. I made a police report. There wasn't much else I could do.

Kathy B. said...

I would contact the authorities.

mkjmc said...

Thankfully I have never been robbed but would call authorities

Doreen said...

I would of course, call the police and thank God I'm not dead!

Jennifer Alaggio said...

I would contact the authorities immediately!

Beth Klocinski said...

I have been robbed previously and called the suthoities. Turns out they recovered some of my stolen items.

Virgil Treadway said...

I would call the police. I have been trained in case of an active shooter, but it is hard to say what you would do in those situations Adrenalin tends to take over. I know the smartest thing to do is get out of the house without the robber seeing you and contact the authorities. Hopefully, I never have to find out for sure.

Holly Thomas said...

I would call the police if it was a stranger.

Betty C said...

I honestly don't know what I would do. I think it would depend on the circumstances.

 
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