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$25 Amazon/PP-1-WW Murder on the Golf Course-Dianne Harman Ends 4/7

Wednesday, March 23, 2022



This novel left me a bit depressed and I think it did Kat who by the end did not want to do any more PI work. She just wanted to spend more time with her family. After what she encountered-I can't say that I blame her one bit.

A man was found murdered on the golf course and he and his family had just moved to town. He was trying to get his business up and running but was having some trouble. His wife didn't really want to understand and the tension in the house was really getting to their two children. The son even got into a fight at school.

Kat and the new detective in town were looking at a couple of people--One of them was a really bad guy and he does get his--but he did not murder the man. When you find out who did you may need some tissues. It may make you think differently about your family dynamics and what it may do to the younger members!

About the Book: (from Amazon)

Finding a dead body on the 5th hole of the golf course when you’re out for an early morning walk is enough to make you never want to play the game again. Particularly when it looks like the murder weapon lying on the ground next to the victim is a 4-iron!

When the new police detective in Lindsay, Kansas, asks Kat Denham to help him with the golf club murder case, she readily agrees. Little does she know that when she determines who the murderer is, it will affect her so strongly she’ll decide to quit her career as a private investigator and go back full-time to being Sexy Cissy, the popular author of steamy romance novels.

But just which person of interest causes her to make that decision? The wife of the victim? The wealthy businessman who had dealings with the victim and who the IRS and FBI have placed on their lists as a person of interest in a case of money laundering and illegally bringing medical supplies over the border from Mexico? The psychologist who was having an affair with the victim’s wife? Who also just happened to be one of his patients? Or even someone no one ever suspected?

Join Kat and Detective Exall as they crisscross Kansas in search of the killer. And sometimes it sure helps to have a huge Rottweiler and a little West Highland Terrier to greet you at home when you’re overwhelmed by what man can do to his fellow man.

This is the 13th book in the Midwest Cozy Mystery Series by a USA Today Bestselling Author. Read less



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USA Today Bestselling Author and Amazon All-Star, Dianne Harman, draws her stories and characters from a diverse business and personal background. She owned a national antique and art appraisal business for many years, left that industry, and opened two yoga centers where she taught yoga and certified yoga instructors.

She's traveled extensively throughout the world and loves nothing more than cooking with her husband, Tom, and playing with their boxer dog, Kelly.

Being a dog lover and having attended numerous cooking schools, she couldn't resist writing about food and dogs. She's the author of several cozy mystery series: Cedar Bay, Liz Lucas, High Desert, Midwest, Cottonwood Springs, and Chef Dani Rosetti. Most of these books contains recipes from her travels.

She is also the author of the award-winning suspenseful Coyote Series, Midlife Journey Series, Holly Lewis Mystery Series, Miranda Riley Paranormal Cozy Mystery Series, and the Maria Rodriguez Mystery Series.

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26 comments :

Nancy said...

I think that my parents wise use of their monetary resources affected me in a very positive way.

Nancy
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Darlene said...

My parents taught me to be thoughtful to everyone.

Sally Gearhart said...

I watched my mother struggle for most of my childhood. I learned that everything isn't always black and white. I learned to respect even though I may not understand completely.

Shirley OFlynn said...

My grandmother, who raised me, taught me to be kind and empathetic.

Dianne Harman said...

I appreciate all of your comments. Thanks!

Deb PelletierC said...

My mother was a good person and other family members were wonderful.
They taught to be nice and work hard.

Annette said...

I was often put in bad situations with my parents. Even as a grandmother, I sill suffer the effects.

Jeanna Massman said...

I’m so lucky to not be able to think of any negative ways my parents influenced my adult life.

Rita Wray said...

My parents were good people who worked hard. They were not perfect but they tried their best to give us a good life.

Kari B said...

I can't think of any specific thing, but my parents have influenced me in a lot of ways. Both positive and negative.

katieoscarlet said...

Unfortunately I was raced in a bigoted household. I was on my own before I realized how toxic that was.

bellagirl07 said...

My parents have influenced me in a lot of positive ways.
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bn100 said...

nothing bad

PAIGE said...

I learned from my mom to never depend on anyone but yourself. Always have cash for a rainy day

pippirose said...

My parents have influenced me in good ways, and bad. Especially when it comes to children.

David Hollingsworth said...

I learned some good and bad things from my mom. My dad left before I was even born.

clc408 said...

I noticed how hard my mother and father worked and what good care they took of us. They were excellent role models.

Veronica Lee said...

I am grateful that my parents instilled altruism in us kids, a quality that I want to pass on to my children.

Thomas Gibson said...

My parents negative behavior taught me how to be a better parent.

slehan said...

From South Pacific: You've got to be taught before it's too late, before you are 6 or 7 or 8 to hate all the people your relatives hate, you've got to be carefully taught.
The only prejudice my father had was against fat people. I still have to fight it in myself.

amanda whitley said...

my parents have influneced me to spend a lot more family time vs adult time.growing up i was always home babysitting my sibings and we hardly did things as a family.

Tammi said...

My parents taught me to treat everyone with kindness and respect.

Diane E said...

My father was very strict and always compared me to my brother. I was always blamed for something and my brother could do no wrong. I never got along with my father. He slapped me across my face in front of my boyfriend at the time because he did not like him. I could go on and on....

Richelle Leffler said...

My mother being an alcoholic and not being around for most my life really affected me but it made me a better person and better mom as I never wanted to go down the same path that she did. I know it’s a sickness but it starts with a choice and I chose not to do that to my daughter. Sadly she passed away about a year ago and never got to get better or spend much time with us, only when we were kids and a few random moments throughout our lives.

Jen Reed said...

My parent's perseverance through tough situations made me realize how to be strong in adversity.

Betty C said...

My parents didn't share much about their situation in life and it was a long time before I realized how poor we really were. I learned that it's not always best to keep your children totally unaware of financial problems.

 
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