What others have to said aboutÂ The Mysterious Doll:
â€œThis has been my favorite book so far. I love how the story weaves effortlessly between their relationship and their case. Amelia’s getting more comfortable with Rick so his romantic side comes out more. There was more kissing and flirting between them in this book than there has been in other books (all clean) and I loved that, too! She’s also willing to be more adventurous with him and they do some creative things as they continue to work on their Bucket Lists (in this book, they went ziplining). These books each stand on their own but if you want to watch Rick and Amelia’s relationship progress, it’s best to start with the first book and read them all!â€
Melanie Valderrama, Melâ€™s Shelves
â€œThese stories always have a surprise ending and theÂ culprit is always someone this reader never suspects, and this story was no exception to that fact! Once again the scenes and what the characters are feeling are well described so the readers feel like they are watching the story take place! I feel “The Mysterious Doll” is my favorite of the four books. Maybe because the ending totally caught me off guard.â€
Debbie Curto, Dusty Deliberations
Linda Weaver ClarkeÂ Bio:
Linda Weaver Clarke travels throughout the United States, teaching people to write their family history and autobiography. She has traveled to seventeen states and given over 450 workshops. Clarke is the author of several historical sweet romances, a mystery/adventure series, a childrenâ€™s book, and a cozy mystery series. All her books are family friendly.
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