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** spoiler alert ** I enjoy the work work of Gayle Trent/Amanda Lee. Her stories are quick and easy to read and usually fill a need for light "fluffy" mysteries. I have to admit, while I liked this second Marcy Singer, it was my least favorite of this series and the Daphne Martin series. The mystery just wasn't that much of a mystery and much of the character actions just didn't make sense except to further the story. **Spoilers ahead** For example, even after reading the entire book, I have no idea why Mrs. Ralston came to Marcy to help her find her daughter. It also seems completely unrealistic that she never asked any of her other family members, or her trusted attorney for help. Also the ease which Marcy uncovers these *huge* town secrets is ridiculous. Clearly they aren't really secrets if all Marcy has to do is walk into the genealogical society and ask! On the flip side, no one can figure out who ultimately owns the dummy charity in Mrs. Ralston's will? And no one actually seems to care that an entire estate is going to a suspicious charity with no records? This is just ridiculous. I also cannot understand why Eleanor would use the method of murder that she did. Clearly, as a nurse, she would know that the deaths would be suspicious and linked to one another and cause an investigation. Plus, I cannot imagine what she was thinking when she pulled a gun on Marcy, Devon and Ella. Did she really think she could kill all three of them? And that FIVE dead people in a small town wouldn't be a big deal? Even despite these things, I still enjoyed the book and will continue to read the Marcy Singer series.