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Case of the One-Eyed Tiger by J.M. Poole | Book Review

July 24, 2020
The Case of the One-Eyed Tiger by J.M. Poole | Book Review

Good morning, bookpups๐Ÿพ Crystal here! Are any of you cozy mystery readers? Dog lovers? If you are, we’ve got the perfect series for you! Case of the One-Eyed Tiger is the first book in the Corgi Case Files series and it is a definite 5-star read.

QOTD: Do you have a favorite place to read? A place you would choose above all others? Or maybe a favorite time of day?

The couch. Definitely reading on the couch. With a cozy blanket, a cup of coffee, and a Golden. Always a Golden ๐Ÿพ

The Case of the One-Eyed Tiger by J.M. Poole | Book Review

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The Corgi Case Files are starting out strong. Case of the One-Eyed Tiger has characters that are well-developed, an interesting storyline and in the end, there are even a few questions that still need to be answered … a great reason to start the next book.

This was a relaxing read, one I can see curled up on the couch (oh wait … that was ME!) or sitting on a beach and “falling down the rabbit hole”. I already bought the next few, so that’s my score. You know a book is good when you’ve purchased the next in the series before finishing the current read.

I just love finding a new author … don’t you??

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