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The Flapper Caper - Citrus Beach Mysteries #6 - cover

The Flapper Caper - Citrus Beach Mysteries #6

Victoria LK Williams

Publisher: Sun, Sand & Stories Publishing

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Summary

Old Cars, Old Costumes, and an Old reason for Murder... 
Megan and Aiden, along with Barney, are back to solving murders, and this one makes friends out of foes.  
New characters arrive at Citrus Beach to help solve the mystery, working along with the town’s sleuths. While Megan has her hands full with one zany writer, Aiden, tries to keep the new lawman on the right path.  
But its Barney that saves the day again— with the help of his sidekick-Gypsy and a pair of feathered watchmen.

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