Agnes Barton Senior Sleuth Mysteries (Books 7-9)

Agnes Barton Senior Sleuth Mysteries (Books 7-9)
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Series: Agnes Barton Box Sets, Book 3
Genre: Cozy Mystery
Tags: Agnes Barton, Cozy Mystery
ASIN: B015TYJ26E
Books 7-9 of the USA Today Bestselling series, High Seas Honeymoon, Outrageous Vegas Vacation, and Birds of a Feather.
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Books 7-9 of the hilarious USA Today Bestselling Agnes Barton mystery series, High Seas Honeymoon, Outrageous Vegas Vacation, and Birds of a Feather.

High Seas Honeymoon
Agnes and Eleanor embark on a honeymoon cruise with their new husbands, Andrew and Mr. Wilson. There are plenty of other Tawas residents along for the ride, although the newlyweds don’t realize this until they set out to sea. But the presence of the locals sets the stage for much drama to unfold …

For instance, there’s a crime … Agnes and Eleanor find the body of a woman, but wait … the body disappears before the ship’s security and Captain Hamilton show up. To further complicate matters, there’s a question of whether the woman was even really dead. But none of these details detour Agnes and Eleanor as they hone in on some very goon-like men, Ricky and Leo, to help them get to the bottom of what really happened. Will the women ever be able to figure out what really transpired, or will this be the one case they won’t be able to solve?

Outrageous Vegas Vacation
Agnes and Eleanor are ecstatic when Eleanor wins a Las Vegas vacation for both couples at the end of their cruise. It’s like another honeymoon with their men Andrew and Mr. Wilson, except the senior sleuths once again find themselves in the middle of a murder investigation. This time the victim is Malcolm Banktop, the manager of the pop star Kayla White, who is found dead in an elevator.

Kayla has a residency at Caesars Palace and is so lost without Malcolm that she hires Agnes and Eleanor to find his killer. Things become complicated when Kayla’s bodyguard Mark is considered a suspect. Sure, Mark might have spent time in prison, but is that reason enough to suspect him of murder?

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