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Carats and Coconuts (The Cozy Cash Mysteries Book 4) Kindle Edition
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These Cosy Cash Mysteries are all only what i'd call `alright', they're not deep and meaningful by any means, just a pleasant lightly humorous read.
This one, i'd have to say, is not one of the better ones of the series.
Its better than The Mum Squad short stioies, but not as good as the Bootskootin' ones and probably the, i don't want to say -worst- but least good of the Cosy Cash's. (These series all loosely tie together) but i digress...
I guess as a means to keep the mystery going, D D never gives out more than a sliver of ~The Problem~ at a time. That strategy really didn't do anything to help this book along. In fact it crawls along at a snail's pace. Zoe keeps hinting at some major life threatening detail she's not telling Roman about, in order to keep him safe. Calling it `Life Threatening' might be artistic licence in the extreme. It wasn't worth winding half a book around, that's for sure. Even now that i've had a chance to think about it, i'm wondering if i've missed something along the line.
In this one Zoe, Prince Roman , `R' (their version of Q), Grams and Roman's Mafia infested parents are all headed down to the Brazilian Rainforest to bust up a gem smuggling ring. You may recall that as well as being Santa & Mrs Clause, Mr & Mrs Witherspoon are astonishingly talented Gemmologists. One of their elves has gone bad and is stealing from them.
As I already mentioned, the story crawls along, there's no bang, there are no exciting turns of event, it just starts, trudges along and ends. It was all just very flat.
Its only cheep, it's worth buying for a couple of bucks, especially if you like the series. But don't expect big things.