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Also by Kym Roberts:

Perilous Poetry, October 2017
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A Reference to Murder, May 2017
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Fatal Fiction, December 2016
e-Book
Mistletoe & Lace, November 2016
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Red Lace, September 2016
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Flirting With Desire, December 2015
e-Book
Flirting with the Devil, September 2015
e-Book
Dead Man's Carve, October 2014
Paperback
Dead On Arrival, August 2014
Paperback
Handled by Officer, July 2014
Paperback

A Reference to Murder
Kym Roberts

Book Barn Mystery #2
Lyrical Press
May 2017
On Sale: May 16, 2017
ISBN: B01KRUMUZ0
EAN: 9781601837332
Kindle: B01KRUMUZ0
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Mystery Cozy

Charli Rae Warren is back home in Hazel Rock, Texas, spending her time reading, collecting, and selling books—at least, the ones that don’t get eaten first by her father’s pet armadillo. Running the family bookstore is a demanding job, but solving murders on the side can be flat out dangerous . . .

The Book Barn is more than just a shop, it’s a part of the community—and Charli is keeping busy with a fundraising auction and the big rodeo event that’s come to town. That includes dealing with the Texas-sized egos of some celebrity cowboys, including Dalton Hibbs, a blond, blue-eyed bull rider who gets overly rowdy one night with the local hairdresser . . . and soon afterward, disappears into thin air.

Dalton’s brother also vanished seven years ago—and Charli is thrown about whether Dalton is a villain or a victim. After a close call with an assailant wielding a branding iron (that plays havoc with her hair), and some strange vandalism on her property, she’s going to have to team up with the sheriff to untangle this mystery, before she gets gored . . .

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Re: A Reference to Murder

This is a great series. Thanks.
(Kathleen Bylsma 3:22pm May 20)

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