• Picture Perfect Frame

  • A Tourist Trap Mystery, Book 12
  • By: Lynn Cahoon
  • Narrated by: Susan Boyce
  • Length: 6 hrs and 49 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (141 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

In the new Tourist Trap mystery from the New York Times and USA Today best-selling author, a new art studio has opened in the Coastal California town of South Cove - but it's about to turn into a crime scene....

As the owner of Coffee, Books, and More, Jill Gardner likes to support other Main Street businesses, so she attends a paint-and-sip event where, sadly, her brushstrokes look more like blobs. It's still fun, though - aside from some disruption by a couple doing more sipping than painting. Jill's police-detective boyfriend is on alert, but a designated driver volunteers to take the drunken pair back to their bed and breakfast, and everything seems resolved. Until the wife's body turns up the next morning back in the studio.

The victim, Nan, is from out of town, so it's hard to imagine who'd have a motive aside from her spouse. Now, in between puzzling over her fortuneteller neighbor's strange behavior, preparing for her best friend's wedding, and pouring cups of java at the bookstore, Jill must uncover the secrets of Nan's life and find out who wanted her out of the picture....

©2021 Lynn Cahoon (P)2021 Tantor

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Paint and Sip

Jill and her friends go for a night of painting at the new business in South Cove. Then a dead body is fount at three in the morning in the studio. And the primary suspect is Esmeralda, Greg’s dispatcher and their fortune telling neighbor. Meanwhile Amy is having a meltdown because Justin takes an unannounced vacation. Great series.

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I thought there was way to much wedding drama. It was boring and Amy was an ass. Overall story was interesting. Just needed to get rid of the weeding crap. Who cares. It wasn’t funny.

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not the best in the series

The story didn't seem to grab hold . it was all over the place. The end was very anticlimactic.

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GREAT READ

I HAVE MISSED MY SOUTH COVE FRIENDS AND WAS DELIGHTED WITH THEIR NEW ADVENTURE, EVEN THOUGH AMY AND ESMERALDA HAD SOME DIFFICULTIES TO WORK THROUGH. BUT, LYNN CAHOON, YOU ARE EVIL FOR LEAVING US HANGING OFF THAT CLIFF! NOW I REALLY CANNOT WAIT FOR THE NEXT BOOK!

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Picture Perfect Frame is an entertaining and enjoyable cozy mystery with an interesting plot and engaging characters. I enjoyed this book and look forward to the next book in this series.

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