Vacations Can Be Murder: The Second Charlie Parker Mystery

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Off to Kauai for a much-needed vacation, Charlie takes a helicopter tour with a gorgeous and fascinating pilot, Drake Langston. But partway through the tour they spot a body lying on the rocks below. When Drake's boss, Mack, is accused of murdering the victim, Charlie finds herself with another mystery to solve. Romance is in the air, too, as Charlie and Drake work together to find the answers.

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Published: Nov. 01, 2009
Words: 56,230
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452403052
About Connie Shelton

Connie Shelton has been writing for more than twenty years and has taught writing (both fiction and nonfiction) since 2001. She is the author of the Charlie Parker mystery series and has been a contributor to several anthologies, including Chicken Soup For the Writer's Soul.

"My husband and I love to do adventures. He flew helicopters for 35 years, a career that I've borrowed from in my Charlie Parker mysteries. We have traveled quite a lot and now divide our time between the American Southwest and a place on the Sea of Cortez. For relaxation I love art -- painting and drawing can completely consume me. I also really enjoy cooking, with whatever ingredients I find in whatever country we are in at the moment. We walk every day and love watching and photographing wildlife."

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Reviews

Review by: Billie Jackson on May 09, 2012 : star star star star
Intriguing mystery with just enough romance to hook me. After the struggle in Gamble, Charli is ready for a little break and where for a better vacation than Hawaii. While on a helicopter tour Charli and the attractive pilot spot a body in an isolated area. Drake and his boss become suspects so Charli feels compelled to help them out. I want more Drake in her life. Better pacing than Gamble. Over all really enjoyed it.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: rcmann on May 03, 2010 : star star star star star
I also downloaded the first three books in this series for free during e-book week. I have read all three and enjoyed them very much.

The mysteries keep the reader involved in the plot; each book was different and did not follow the same set formula.

Charlie is a likeable protaganist who would rather do financial investigative work but finds herself dealing with murders occasionally. I will definitely continue to read the rest in the series.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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