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A widow in a mansion. Dark secrets. And poison, deadly poison. After amateur detective Molly Sutton stumbles on a dead body, she wastes no time before eavesdropping and elbowing her way into conversations all over the French village of Castillac. But when Chief Dufort is about to clap handcuffs on the wrong man, she’s got to do more than chat to save him. Will she have th A widow in a mansion. Dark secrets. And poison, deadly poison. After amateur detective Molly Sutton stumbles on a dead body, she wastes no time before eavesdropping and elbowing her way into conversations all over the French village of Castillac. But when Chief Dufort is about to clap handcuffs on the wrong man, she’s got to do more than chat to save him. Will she have the stuff—and the skill—to pull it off? The Luckiest Woman Ever is the second book in the Molly Sutton Mystery series. (Though you learn more about Molly and her friends reading the books in order, the mysteries are standalone.) If expertly woven cozy mysteries, characters with depth, and detectives with a taste for French food are your thing, Nell Goddin's tales of murder will be right up your alley. Come follow the twists and turns of the case along with Molly--get your copy of The Luckiest Woman Ever today!


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A widow in a mansion. Dark secrets. And poison, deadly poison. After amateur detective Molly Sutton stumbles on a dead body, she wastes no time before eavesdropping and elbowing her way into conversations all over the French village of Castillac. But when Chief Dufort is about to clap handcuffs on the wrong man, she’s got to do more than chat to save him. Will she have th A widow in a mansion. Dark secrets. And poison, deadly poison. After amateur detective Molly Sutton stumbles on a dead body, she wastes no time before eavesdropping and elbowing her way into conversations all over the French village of Castillac. But when Chief Dufort is about to clap handcuffs on the wrong man, she’s got to do more than chat to save him. Will she have the stuff—and the skill—to pull it off? The Luckiest Woman Ever is the second book in the Molly Sutton Mystery series. (Though you learn more about Molly and her friends reading the books in order, the mysteries are standalone.) If expertly woven cozy mysteries, characters with depth, and detectives with a taste for French food are your thing, Nell Goddin's tales of murder will be right up your alley. Come follow the twists and turns of the case along with Molly--get your copy of The Luckiest Woman Ever today!

30 review for The Luckiest Woman Ever

  1. 4 out of 5

    Donna

    I liked the setting of this cozy mystery--Molly moves from Boston to a small French village to run a guesthouse and starts solving crimes. So far so good. Unfortunately it missed the mark on almost every level. Molly isn't so much curious as an obnoxious busybody. The police are completely inept and the motive for the murder is very weak--waiting 40 years to get revenge in a way that could have been done at any time just doesn't make sense, nor did the follow up murders. Then, as per usual in mo I liked the setting of this cozy mystery--Molly moves from Boston to a small French village to run a guesthouse and starts solving crimes. So far so good. Unfortunately it missed the mark on almost every level. Molly isn't so much curious as an obnoxious busybody. The police are completely inept and the motive for the murder is very weak--waiting 40 years to get revenge in a way that could have been done at any time just doesn't make sense, nor did the follow up murders. Then, as per usual in most of this genre, the murderer is unmasked not by detection but by the murderer confessing everything because they become unhinged at the end. Sigh... This one went completely off the rails for me though when (view spoiler)[Michel sees his beloved mother put poison in both their drinks and then makes an excuse and walks out leaving his mother to kill herself instead of, oh I don't know, maybe knocking the drinks off the table? The next afternoon he, his sister and Molly sit around laughing and joking and celebrating a huge inheritance with an occasional offhand remark about poor mom. It gets a second star for the village setting and Molly's friend Frances who made me laugh. (hide spoiler)]

  2. 5 out of 5

    Jill

    This is the second in a series and I did not read the first…didn’t really need to as it turns out. A lot of clichés. Bumbling police, noisy amateur sleuth etc

  3. 5 out of 5

    Mystereity Reviews

    At the local fine dining restaurant, Molly eavesdrops on a wealthy old woman's not-very-happy birthday party. Known throughout the village for being contemptuous and unlikable, her assembled partygoers look less than thrilled to be there. At the end of the evening, Molly finds the woman lying dead on the bathroom floor and it's determined that the woman died from cyanide poisoning. Molly, having witnessed the whole evening, begins to investigate (which is a good thing, since the local police chi At the local fine dining restaurant, Molly eavesdrops on a wealthy old woman's not-very-happy birthday party. Known throughout the village for being contemptuous and unlikable, her assembled partygoers look less than thrilled to be there. At the end of the evening, Molly finds the woman lying dead on the bathroom floor and it's determined that the woman died from cyanide poisoning. Molly, having witnessed the whole evening, begins to investigate (which is a good thing, since the local police chief isn't very good at solving murders.) What she uncovers is decades of secrets, lies and a rage that has simmered for decades. This is quickly shaping up to be a favorite series, I'm really enjoying Molly's adventures in France. This one introduced some new characters that I hope will be returning. And the victim! While a nasty character you love to hate is common in books, this one really takes the cake. She was gleefully hurtful, thoroughly vile, and mercilessly horrible and yet I still loved her antics (or maybe I was just waiting for the moment she paid for it, I don't know. But what a delightfully rotten character! Really, if I wasn't so wholly caught up in the story, I probably would've figured out the clues, but no, it all just flew past me. Lots of red herrings threw me off track and the pace was perfect to keep me turning pages. The ending was a lot better than the first book; I was riveted, watching it all unfold. This was a thoroughly enjoyable cozy read, perfect to curl up with, especially if you have a croissant and a glass of fine wine.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Sheryl

    I enjoyed the first book in the series but this one was not as good. I'll see what the third one brings. I enjoyed the first book in the series but this one was not as good. I'll see what the third one brings.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Sheila

    American Molly Sutton has earned her credentials as an amateur sleuth by the time this second book in the Molly Sutton mystery series begins. After all, she found a dead body in book 1. And now she’s stumbling over another one! The story switches points of view very pleasingly, inviting readers into the lives of a wiser-than-he-realizes detective, sweet suspects who surely can’t be guilty, the one who should be guilty but is actually dead, and Molly (of course), weaving an enthralling tapestry ar American Molly Sutton has earned her credentials as an amateur sleuth by the time this second book in the Molly Sutton mystery series begins. After all, she found a dead body in book 1. And now she’s stumbling over another one! The story switches points of view very pleasingly, inviting readers into the lives of a wiser-than-he-realizes detective, sweet suspects who surely can’t be guilty, the one who should be guilty but is actually dead, and Molly (of course), weaving an enthralling tapestry around the events of a birthday party gone wrong. The cultural divide between big-city America and small-town France remains as broad as ever, well-rounded by the presence of Molly’s American friend. Meanwhile divides between young and old, male and female, sweet and nasty all arise, influencing suspicions and provoking argument. It’s all well-told, pleasantly good-natured, and centered on a fascinating mystery with Miss Marple overtones. An enjoyable read. Disclosure: I only have an ebook, but maybe I should buy some print ones and continue reading the series. I’m enjoying it.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Dana

    Except for the setting and the names of some of the characters, I wouldn't have known this was a continuation of the series. Molly, who had almost nothing to do with the first mystery, now suddenly is a nosy little busybody, And everyone (including the police) knows she is a nosy little amateur detective? Maybe she needed time to get acclimated to her new town, but it feels more like she got a personality makeover. I don't necessarily like this new Molly. Maybe it's the influence of her friend F Except for the setting and the names of some of the characters, I wouldn't have known this was a continuation of the series. Molly, who had almost nothing to do with the first mystery, now suddenly is a nosy little busybody, And everyone (including the police) knows she is a nosy little amateur detective? Maybe she needed time to get acclimated to her new town, but it feels more like she got a personality makeover. I don't necessarily like this new Molly. Maybe it's the influence of her friend Frances, who is awful, and seems to be the "Ugly American" character. She should go back to Boston and stay there. I don't like the fact we got her, and Lawrence was on vacation. No more Frances, ever. Also, I can't tell if the author can't decide whether to pair Molly and Ben romantically or not. It has to be the only explanation for why the police investigation (without any interference or interaction from Molly) takes up such a large portion of the book. It seems like it could have been an interesting device to separate this series from other cozy mysteries, but I don't think it's combined all that well here. I don't know that I'll continue with the series. It has potential, but right now it's not consistent enough for me to seek out the next book.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Mary Byrnes

    Good story This mystery had me guessing right to the end. As with the first book loved the characters and the setting. Descriptions were great making me want to visit this little village in France and sit and have coffee and French pastries with the villagers.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Madonna Valentine

    I liked the beginning of this book. The elderly woman who was the first victim was a deliciously comic character. I enjoyed the description of her wandering around her grand house in the nude while planning her next bit of nastiness. What a pity Joesphine Desrosiers gets knocked off so early. The rest of the book was less successful. As other reviewers note, the police are hopeless and the Gendarme in charge, Dufort, is often nasty to one of his subordinates, for reasons never made apparent. On I liked the beginning of this book. The elderly woman who was the first victim was a deliciously comic character. I enjoyed the description of her wandering around her grand house in the nude while planning her next bit of nastiness. What a pity Joesphine Desrosiers gets knocked off so early. The rest of the book was less successful. As other reviewers note, the police are hopeless and the Gendarme in charge, Dufort, is often nasty to one of his subordinates, for reasons never made apparent. One wonders why Molly Sutton, our amateur sleuth, finds him so appealing - particularly as she ends up having to do his job for him. As far as the mystery element of the book goes, the way Molly "solves" all the murders is a little unbelievable but readers don't choose these books for the intricate plotting, which is Just as well. The weak plotting is the biggest problem with this book. The reader is asked to take too many unlikely events at face value. Also, the villagers at Castillac must be either the most incurious people on the planet or incredibly good at keeping secrets. I won't be reading any of the other books in this series.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Rachel Sinclair

    This series is truly a "cozy" mystery in a more modern setting than usual. I've enjoyed reading the first two books, I will go on to read the third, but I have to say, there are some weaknesses, which is why only 3 stars. First of all, the plotting is thin and the clues are overly obvious. I don't usually care "who done it", and I don't mind that I figured it out right off the bat, but I know other people do care. What does make a difference to me is that there should be more complexity, more te This series is truly a "cozy" mystery in a more modern setting than usual. I've enjoyed reading the first two books, I will go on to read the third, but I have to say, there are some weaknesses, which is why only 3 stars. First of all, the plotting is thin and the clues are overly obvious. I don't usually care "who done it", and I don't mind that I figured it out right off the bat, but I know other people do care. What does make a difference to me is that there should be more complexity, more texture, more people. It's a small village, it should be buzzing and humming with gossip, not neighbors who live three streets away from each other but don't know each other. Let's just say, that's not my experience of living in small towns.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Judy Christiana

    I did not read the first book in this series. I felt disinterest with the characters and plot until about half way in the story, then It had my interest. I don't know if this would have be different if I had read the first book. I did not know the background story of why the main character moved to France from the US. It was a bit annoying to me for the friend that was staying with the main character to constantly say she did not know what people were saying since she did not speak French. I rea I did not read the first book in this series. I felt disinterest with the characters and plot until about half way in the story, then It had my interest. I don't know if this would have be different if I had read the first book. I did not know the background story of why the main character moved to France from the US. It was a bit annoying to me for the friend that was staying with the main character to constantly say she did not know what people were saying since she did not speak French. I really would have remembered that if only told it once. I think the story was fine, nothing extra special. I received this book as a free kindle version. I will not be reading the rest of the series.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Ericka N.Blackwell

    I tried this second book in the series, meh! I can't be bothered. She's new in town (this story is only a few months after the first book's events) and still alienating people with her obnoxious, nosy nature. She finds things out through her outrageous snooping (she really needs to get a real job) and then is completely reckless with the information. The entire time I'm baffled she isn't killed or arrested for her stupid behavior. She's no Jessica Fletcher, Aurora Teagarden or any of those women I tried this second book in the series, meh! I can't be bothered. She's new in town (this story is only a few months after the first book's events) and still alienating people with her obnoxious, nosy nature. She finds things out through her outrageous snooping (she really needs to get a real job) and then is completely reckless with the information. The entire time I'm baffled she isn't killed or arrested for her stupid behavior. She's no Jessica Fletcher, Aurora Teagarden or any of those women on Hallmark Movies and Mysteries!! She's simply not at all likeable. If they'd kill her and focus on the actual police team this would be an enjoyable series!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Joann

    This is the second book in this series and I enjoyed it. I feel like I'm transported to a small village in France while reading this book. Very cozy type of book even though there is a murder. There are most of the same characters that were in the first book and some new ones. I really enjoy this series and will continue to read them. They hold my interest which a lot of mysteries don't do. I can also taste the delicious goodies she is always buying from the bakery. Wonder whey she hasn't gained This is the second book in this series and I enjoyed it. I feel like I'm transported to a small village in France while reading this book. Very cozy type of book even though there is a murder. There are most of the same characters that were in the first book and some new ones. I really enjoy this series and will continue to read them. They hold my interest which a lot of mysteries don't do. I can also taste the delicious goodies she is always buying from the bakery. Wonder whey she hasn't gained weight?

  13. 5 out of 5

    Maureen Hetzel

    This is the second in a series. I enjoy because of the concept of leaving the US, setting off for France, and starting a small business. The feel of small village life with the emphasis on French food and customs. The murders are almost incidental to the fun of acclimating to a new country...the local police seem less than competent when it comes to serious crimes. Much better for the honor of the French gendarmerie is the Bruno Chief of Police series which is far superior for complex plots and This is the second in a series. I enjoy because of the concept of leaving the US, setting off for France, and starting a small business. The feel of small village life with the emphasis on French food and customs. The murders are almost incidental to the fun of acclimating to a new country...the local police seem less than competent when it comes to serious crimes. Much better for the honor of the French gendarmerie is the Bruno Chief of Police series which is far superior for complex plots and characters. But this is a "cozy" read, not terribly challenging but with its own charm.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Pat

    Unbelievably inept police. Totally unbelievable. The police can't find our who was at the party. They don't immediately interview them all. Someone leaves the murdered persons house with several bags and they don't search them. They apparently only test one jar of cosmetics. No one seems to do anything legal about a will. Unbelievably inept police. Totally unbelievable. The police can't find our who was at the party. They don't immediately interview them all. Someone leaves the murdered persons house with several bags and they don't search them. They apparently only test one jar of cosmetics. No one seems to do anything legal about a will.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Suzanne

    The Luckiest Woman Ever was an enjoyable read. I thought the characters were well developed but there were enough nagging questions to make continued reading a must. I liked the character of Molly Sutton--moving to a new country and starting a new life and, just throwing herself into it. I have not read the first book (or any of the subsequent books), but plan to at first chance.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Christine

    Wow who gets divorced, quits her job and moves to a small town in France with little ability to speak French? Molly Sutton, it seems. I liked the character and the mystery, but there were many unanswered questions at the end. I guess that means I have to read the next book

  17. 4 out of 5

    Frances Sawaya

    A quick read. Main characters - paper thin. Conversations stilted, not realistic. Plot plausible, developed well. This was an ARC in exchange for an honest review.

  18. 4 out of 5

    CATHERINE

    Reasonable mystery with likeable characters. There was a lot of discussion about baked goods which may led to a desire for pastries while reading!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Madeline

    Who is the real parent? Who is the real heir? A family mystery with a poisoned victim. Not a particularly memorable read.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca

    2 star Too many perspectives and it keeps switching mid scene. Just felt blah and messy. . . . . . .

  21. 5 out of 5

    Shirley

    A charming series You get to enjoy a cozy setting with likable characters and some unexpected plot twists to keep the story interesting.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Carlin

    I loved this book, #2 in the Molly Sutton mystery series. It was much better than the first one (which wasn't bad!), and now I absolutely will keep on in the series. Some reviewers were put off by the "ineptitude" of the police, but as it is set in a very small village in France, I gave them the benefit of the doubt. Ben, the Chief, is depressed and is beginning to question his choice of career. Perrault is young and new on the job, but is eager to learn. Maron is young and disdainful of Ben. In I loved this book, #2 in the Molly Sutton mystery series. It was much better than the first one (which wasn't bad!), and now I absolutely will keep on in the series. Some reviewers were put off by the "ineptitude" of the police, but as it is set in a very small village in France, I gave them the benefit of the doubt. Ben, the Chief, is depressed and is beginning to question his choice of career. Perrault is young and new on the job, but is eager to learn. Maron is young and disdainful of Ben. Interestingly, the author indicates that French gendarmes are transferred to other jurisdictions on a regular basis, and both Ben and Perrault are scheduled for transfer in a few months. Anyway, Molly is the main protagonist and ultimately solves the case. Older women in the village are being poisoned with cyanide but none seem to be connected. Dysfunctional family dynamics added meat to the story. The mystery was a good one with various red herrings, and I didn't guess the poisoner till the very end. All in all a fun cozy mystery.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Mayten

    Enjoyable but still not much of a who-dun-it. The easy style, interesting main character, descriptions of small town (city?) France, and promise of a murder mystery enticed me to the second in the series. There is a murder upfront although not until the end of the fifth chapter, but there are too few clues for the reader to solve it. When the main character solve the crime, she admits "given the limited number of possible suspects in the case, that all signs right now were pointing straight at... Enjoyable but still not much of a who-dun-it. The easy style, interesting main character, descriptions of small town (city?) France, and promise of a murder mystery enticed me to the second in the series. There is a murder upfront although not until the end of the fifth chapter, but there are too few clues for the reader to solve it. When the main character solve the crime, she admits "given the limited number of possible suspects in the case, that all signs right now were pointing straight at..." (I don't want to spoil the ending.) Well, the number of suspects is limited because of her feelings rather than evidence. (Per the cornball rules of mystery stories, the gendarmes follow the obvious suspects and motives.) I have no idea why the main character's American friend is around; she didn't seem to help solve the case and, to me, she was obnoxious. There were a few typos of the words-not-deleted-during-editing sort (e.g., to eat to pheasant.) Nonetheless, this is a fun, light entertainment.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Diana

    THE LUCKIEST WOMAN EVER by Nell Goddin is a Molly Sutton Mystery, Book 2. I like ‘cozy mysteries’ from time to time. This series caught my eye because of its location - a small village, Castillac, in the Dordogne region of France. Molly Sutton is a new resident and becomes involved in the mysterious death of Josephine Desrosiers - a very rich, elderly, vain woman who is disliked by all who knew her. The characters are likable; the location is very appealing; the plot is readable but not very suspen THE LUCKIEST WOMAN EVER by Nell Goddin is a Molly Sutton Mystery, Book 2. I like ‘cozy mysteries’ from time to time. This series caught my eye because of its location - a small village, Castillac, in the Dordogne region of France. Molly Sutton is a new resident and becomes involved in the mysterious death of Josephine Desrosiers - a very rich, elderly, vain woman who is disliked by all who knew her. The characters are likable; the location is very appealing; the plot is readable but not very suspenseful. There are some odd situations and Molly’s personality is very nosy and scatter-brained. I have a few questions - Where did the dog come from? I would like more information about the village and the Dordogne. Will Molly and Ben get together? How does Molly make any money so as to afford her pastry habit? Just wondering. A ‘cozy’ read for a snowy New England afternoon.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Helen

    E-Reader. Mystery Molly Sutton moved from Boston to Castillac France. It's not southern France & gets very cold snowy winters. She has a small home & a guest cottage. Her best friend Jessica comes to visit. They have fun talking & laughing about old times. They go out to Lame'tairie french restaurant for dinner. Molly likes watch watch others are doing s a habit. There's a small birthday party for Madame Josephine Derosiers. Molly needs to use the restroom & has a hard time getting in. She shoves t E-Reader. Mystery Molly Sutton moved from Boston to Castillac France. It's not southern France & gets very cold snowy winters. She has a small home & a guest cottage. Her best friend Jessica comes to visit. They have fun talking & laughing about old times. They go out to Lame'tairie french restaurant for dinner. Molly likes watch watch others are doing s a habit. There's a small birthday party for Madame Josephine Derosiers. Molly needs to use the restroom & has a hard time getting in. She shoves the door open enough to tell Madame Josephine is on the floor dead. It is determined she was murdered. Now it's up to read this book to see who murdered her. There are many twists & turns. Enjoy reading this book!

  26. 5 out of 5

    AngryGreyCat

    The Luckiest Woman Ever by Nell Goddin is the second book in the Molly Sutton series. Molly, an ex pat American, has moved to France and opened a small bed and breakfast after a disappointing divorce. In this book, it is winter and she has invited a friend to come over the states and keep her company. They stumble on the murder of a thoroughly unpleasant old lady and Molly begins to stick her nose in to the investigation. I am really enjoying the entire setting of this series. It really comes to The Luckiest Woman Ever by Nell Goddin is the second book in the Molly Sutton series. Molly, an ex pat American, has moved to France and opened a small bed and breakfast after a disappointing divorce. In this book, it is winter and she has invited a friend to come over the states and keep her company. They stumble on the murder of a thoroughly unpleasant old lady and Molly begins to stick her nose in to the investigation. I am really enjoying the entire setting of this series. It really comes to life with Nell Goddin’s writing. I also like the character of Molly and her interactions with the townspeople. I did have a little difficulty with the resolution, but overall I enjoyed the book and will read more in the series.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Jane Shibilski

    Wonderful cozy mystery set in France. For some reason, this series always leave me feeling happy upon completion. There is mild suspense, a tinge of romance and great characterization. I am guessing that I’m so entranced by this series because the main character, Molly Sutton, did what everyone wants to do at some point in their life. She gave up everything to move to France and set up her own B&B in a quaint little village. She gave up her livelihood, her possessions and her country of birth to Wonderful cozy mystery set in France. For some reason, this series always leave me feeling happy upon completion. There is mild suspense, a tinge of romance and great characterization. I am guessing that I’m so entranced by this series because the main character, Molly Sutton, did what everyone wants to do at some point in their life. She gave up everything to move to France and set up her own B&B in a quaint little village. She gave up her livelihood, her possessions and her country of birth to start over and reset her life. By the second book, she is even speaking French far more fluently than she thought possible. Overall, an enchanting series that has drawn me in to keep reading to see what life holds for Molly in the charming village of Castillac.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Melissa Dinwiddie

    C'est Bon! A fun read, with an engaging cast of characters. Unlike most mysteries, the perspective jumps from character to character, rather than getting the story solely from a single, first-person narrator, or from an omniscient narrator. At first I found this a bit jarring, but ultimately it is skillfully handled, and the mystery is well hidden, which I appreciated. I also loved getting a sense of the French countryside and culture from Molly's American perspective. Makes me want to visit the C'est Bon! A fun read, with an engaging cast of characters. Unlike most mysteries, the perspective jumps from character to character, rather than getting the story solely from a single, first-person narrator, or from an omniscient narrator. At first I found this a bit jarring, but ultimately it is skillfully handled, and the mystery is well hidden, which I appreciated. I also loved getting a sense of the French countryside and culture from Molly's American perspective. Makes me want to visit the town that Castillac is based on! I look forward to reading more Molly Sutton mysteries!

  29. 4 out of 5

    Marcella

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This is the second book in the Molly Sutton series I have read. Happy to read that Molly and Ben may get together. With both books I have read I wasn't certain who the murderer was until the very end. Although many feel the police bumbled both cases I don't agree. When reading the books one must remember that the situations are in foreign countries and the abilities of the police forces are quite limited from those in the USA. I have enjoyed both books and I am anxious to read more of the series This is the second book in the Molly Sutton series I have read. Happy to read that Molly and Ben may get together. With both books I have read I wasn't certain who the murderer was until the very end. Although many feel the police bumbled both cases I don't agree. When reading the books one must remember that the situations are in foreign countries and the abilities of the police forces are quite limited from those in the USA. I have enjoyed both books and I am anxious to read more of the series. I do hope the newly introduced characters make repeat appearances in other books. Highly recommend this series, especially if one has an interest in learning about life in France outside Paris.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Erin

    What do I do when I can't visit a small French village during a pandemic? I read about an American who immerses herself in a French village. (Next best thing?) Molly Sutton gets divorced, quits her job, moves to France, buys a gite (BnB), gets to know the small village, and solves murders. At first I thought the book was a little hokey, but over time I came to care about Molly and her little village. I read the first one. (Did I get it free? Not sure.) And then I bought two more. There are a bunc What do I do when I can't visit a small French village during a pandemic? I read about an American who immerses herself in a French village. (Next best thing?) Molly Sutton gets divorced, quits her job, moves to France, buys a gite (BnB), gets to know the small village, and solves murders. At first I thought the book was a little hokey, but over time I came to care about Molly and her little village. I read the first one. (Did I get it free? Not sure.) And then I bought two more. There are a bunch in this series, and I imagine I will read them all.

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