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    She wants to get back to Italy. Does she have a ghost of a chance?

    Paige Murphy loves her new life in Italy, where she can sip wine, eat pasta, and while the days away working on her romance novel. But all that changes when her beloved aunt falls ill, and she must fly back home to Texas — a place she thought she’d left behind.

    In a blink, she finds herself with a failing beachside bookstore, jealous cousins out to get her, and pesky suitors who won’t leave her alone. As if that wasn’t enough, buried treasure and hidden secrets could prove to be deadly!

    Pasta, Pirates and Poison is Book 1 in the Beachside Books Magical Cozy Mystery Series. If you like paranormal cozy mysteries (with a cat), you’ll love this light-hearted, fun story.

    ©2019 Paula Lester and Lisa B. Thomas (P)2020 Paula Lester and Lisa B. Thomas

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    • Beatrice
    • 06/11/2020

    3 and a half

    Pasta, Pirates and Poison is an ok book. I enjoyed it, but, the pace is a little slow. I'll get the next book to see how things develop.

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    • Topher21
    • 25/10/2020

    Great listen!

    ** I received a free copy from the author ***

    This was a short listen but I really enjoyed it. Paige was really easy to love and she’s a bit spunky which I love.

    The ending set it up perfectly for an additional mystery and the author threw in enough red herrings to make it a bit difficult to solve this one before Paige.

    I will likely read more in the future.