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This book has been in the top 400 of the Amazon store since published.

When Maisie Swenson takes over as manager at Florida's elite Oceanside hotel, she's thrilled to move on site with her Momma and their basset hound, Bingo. She expected by the job description to cater to the crazy whims of some of the richest people in America. What was never on her job resume was dealing with the murder of business mogul Norman Olsen. He's a huge figure in the video gaming business, but now it looks like he had some dangerous enemies - including his own wife and son. Maisie thought the worst of her worries was getting fired. But, as she uncovers clues, the murderer focuses on Maisie. Suddenly, it's personal.

©2017 CeeCee James (P)2017 CeeCee James

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Good cozy mystery

CeeCee James has written a good cozy mystery. The main character is likable. Katie Habib gave a decent job of bringing the characters to life.

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One more rewrite, please.

While the author conceived a good basic plot, the addition of some suspense would have strengthened it. The characters are shallow and predictable, their voices all presented in a gritty, nasal, regional quality which made listening to them a chore. To say the presentation was colorless would be kind. The author should try again. The narrator should not.