Dune, Dock, and a Dead Man

Dune Dock and a Dead Man Amanda Graham should be happy with her newly inherited historic inn a fat cat named Oscar and living in a small Oregon beach town but a terrible discovery between the dunes on the coast and she s r

Amanda Graham should be happy with her newly inherited historic inn, a fat cat named Oscar, and living in a small Oregon beach town, but a terrible discovery between the dunes on the coast and she s right back in the soup, trying to solve a murder and save her friend Sure, maybe he was such a rotten person he deserved to die, but as secrets start to be revealed, Amanda Amanda Graham should be happy with her newly inherited historic inn, a fat cat named Oscar, and living in a small Oregon beach town, but a terrible discovery between the dunes on the coast and she s right back in the soup, trying to solve a murder and save her friend Sure, maybe he was such a rotten person he deserved to die, but as secrets start to be revealed, Amanda is drawn deeper into danger and intrigue With a harvest festival looming, and tourists starting to come back to visit, figuring out how and why he died is the best way to protect the town, and her sweet friend She s turned her back on LA and life in a gray office cubicle, so her best bet is to dig in and fight for her new hometown.Includes the free recipe for gluten free blueberry coffeecake Second novel in the Ravenwood Cove ebook series Paperback and audiobook with Whispersync versions coming soon Mild PG rating because hey, there s a dead guy in it.

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  1. Carolyn L. Dean Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Dune, Dock, and a Dead Man book, this is one of the most wanted Carolyn L. Dean author readers around the world.

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  1. 3 1 2 stars to Carolyn L Dean s Dune, Dock, and a Dead Man, the second book in her Ravenwood Cove cozy mystery series While I found the first book a little better, this one was also good and helps bring structure and appeal to the series I like the main character and she s starting to settle into Ravenwood Cove with ease, driving change in all the areas that were needed in the tourism starved town.StoryAmanda Graham has started making friends in Ravenwood Cove, and this time, she finds two frie [...]

  2. This one was much less realistic than the first one I know this is kind of typical for cozies, but this one was so unrealistic that I just couldn t wrap my head around it Overall it was just ok for me.

  3. This Trump crap is still out of control so yeah I read the second book in this series Again it was fine, got to me to relax a little which was the point.

  4. Second book in the series and took me a year to come back to this series.Not sure why as loved the first book and this one was almost as good.Great characters and a good whodunnit, made fun by the fact that many of the suspects are characters you are getting to know well Could one of them be the murderer Bring on Book 3

  5. Kindle Unlimited, too simplistic in places, too unbelievable in others, too convoluted and or wordy and or unnecessary in others A Ravenwood Cove Mystery series1 BED, BREAKFAST, and BONES 2 DUNE, DOCK, and a DEAD MAN 3 MISTLETOE, MOONLIGHT, and MURDER 4 SEA, SKY, and SKELETON 5 TIME, TIDE, and TROUBLE out soon

  6. Great mysteryA small town in Oregon on the ocean is a perfect place for mystery and suspense James and Amanda are slowly falling in love while trying to solve two problems in Ravenswood One is a murder that is perplexing.

  7. Nice escape to the PNW Thanks for taking us to Ravenwood Cove I enjoyed the book and the mini vacation I am taking with your books during my break Keep on writing

  8. Rating PG Children wouldn t be interested.No sex but references to one character suspected of rape.Only one incidence, I think, of strong language Good presentations of characters needing to choose between what s morally or ethically right and wanting to spare another s feelings or avoid an uncomfortable confrontation.The story loses one star because the first chapter rehashes, in a rather confusing way, too much of book 1 in the series, which I hadn t read Throughout the story, references to th [...]

  9. This is the second book in the Ravenwood Cove Cozy Mystery series and I have to confess I ve enjoyed the first two books much than I expected to Carolyn L Dean s writing style is warm and inviting and the portrait of a small, coastal Oregon town full of charming and quirky characters makes this book and the first in the series charming with or without a mystery to be solved I started the Joanne Fluke series a few months ago on the recommendation of many friends and have struggled to connect wit [...]

  10. I enjoyed the first book in this series to some level, but unfortunately I was dissapointed by the second one.1hr51m was way too short for me and I skimmed alot I doubt detectives would discuss cases so openly with civilians but I could have still looked past that view spoiler Again nothing happens between the H and h in this book either, except for at the 94% mark where they kiss for the first time At this rate, they will probably move to second base by the time I ve read the last book in the s [...]

  11. Fun, Games and Murder in a Small Oregon TownCarolyn L Dean really enjoys writing these enjoyable mysteries her enjoyment shows clearly through this book, and readers will surely enjoy the story with her This is definitely not a fast paced adventure featuring ancient relics The story is a small town who dun it, slowly meandering through both town and a small group of very memorable characters HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

  12. Charming readA lovely little read that makes you smile and hope that everything works out for the characters The read us easy and might and will make you smile and so let you escape into a world that is less horrific than our own This is one of my favourite cosy mystery writers.

  13. Really nice quick little mystery.Quaint little town with quirky people and lots of mystery I liked the book very much I love that the characters and their relationships seem to develop slowly, but with each book That along with mystery and murder make for a great read.

  14. The second book in the series is not as good as the first Disappointing since I like the first one so much I ll still continue in the series hoping it gets better This story just seemed disjointed A chapter would end with something good and the next chapter was a day or two later with no explanation or continuation.

  15. Nice to catch up with old friends.I read several books each week and didn t realize this was a Ravenwood Cove story until a few pages in Then I recognized Amanda and her pals and settled in for an enjoyable read Small towns do have their charms and if I wasn t a big city dweller I would like to meet the inhabitants of this affable cozy place.

  16. Very goodIt was a great murder mystery It was exciting, likeable characters I felt bad for the man accused of the murder You describe the characters so well that you want to meet them Thank you for your writings Stay well and I m so happy that I found your books You keep me we company.

  17. Love this Series I just finished the 2nd book in this series I love all the characters look forward to learning about them, as well as mysteries in Ravenwood Cove Can t wait to see where the romance between Amanda James goes Hoping for marriage This book is a good, clean read

  18. Meg you can t take a date to a funeral, with that you are curious to know who this Meg is Amanda, tells her funerals are not fun Though the friends Amanda has,speak other wise, the one who wears a festive hat to funerals Inheritance of the Inn in Ravewood Cove brings new friends Friend with James a detective, she learn even A delightful funny,mystery to sit back and enjoy

  19. Loved it l Iove Ravenwood Cove I love how I feel like I m there too Love the cozy mystery the characters are great and I love the relationships and how they are growing I feel like part of the family Can t wait for the next one.

  20. Not badI m not a fan of the constant reminders of the market, and How its nothing like LA However, I do enjoy the small town five and the recipes The mystery felt a little forced and rushed, but overall it was good.

  21. Great story I really liked this story I like the characters and the setting, and there is enough mystery to make it interesting I look forward to reading books in this series.

  22. A Nice Cozy MysteryI loved returning to Ravenwood Cove,a friendly small town Oregon.Amanda is always involved in a mystery and she guarantees plenty of suspense.The varied characters add to the enjoyment of the books.I recommend this book to those who like cozy mysteries.

  23. Great storyThis is the second book that I have read by this author and enjoyed it as much as the first book I love the small town atmosphere which makes the plot interesting.

  24. This is the second book in Ravenwood Cove Cozy Mystery series They are fun light reading, and so far have been clean with no language or sex They re kind of simplistic and, in some places, unbelievable, but they are an easy read and are entertaining.

  25. I enjoyed the characters and will enjoy getting to know them better when I read of Dean s books Her description of her new hometown makes me ready for a visit The murder and subsequent investigations seem to pale by comparison.

  26. Fun clean mysteryIt was good to meet these characters again The plot is always good and the characters delightful And it is always good to have the opportunity to read good clean stories.

  27. Ravenwood Cove Cozy MysteryI found this light, intriguing, and full of twists and turns The interactions of the characters and the small town vibes are intricate and realistic Thoroughly enjoyable.

  28. This author writes a good tale with characters that spring to lifeThis her second book I ve read in two weeks Good for some airplane rides, airport layovers, and sitting inside while it is raining.

  29. I am enjoying this series by this author It is an easy read keeps me intrigued but yet had many strands I feel like I am getting to know the folks in Ravensood Cove and I care about their well being I am moving on to book three of six

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