Guns and Roses: An Irish Eyes Travel Mystery Set in Colonial Williamsburg

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John Daniel, Perseverence Press, 2000 - Fiction - 226 pages
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Strange things are happening on the History & Gardens of Virginia Tour. Are they odd misadventures? Harmless pranks? Or does someone have murder in mind? "Genteel travel turns ugly in Taffy Cannon's delightful new mystery, Guns & Roses. Former cop-now-tour-director Roxanne Prescott handles everything from misplaced leeches to murder in a fascinating mystery that will particularly please armchair travelers." --Carolyn Hart, Anthony Award Winner & author of White Elephant Dead

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Review: Guns and Roses: A Modern Mystery Set in Colonial Willamsburg (Roxanne Prescott #1)

User Review  - Mark Baker - Goodreads

A tour to Colonial Williamsburg runs into trouble when a series of strange accidents ends in murder. A fun mystery that uses multiple viewpoints well to tell the story. Read my full review at Carstairs Considers. Read full review

Review: Guns and Roses: A Modern Mystery Set in Colonial Willamsburg (Roxanne Prescott #1)

User Review  - Sabra - Goodreads

Could not even finish I was so bored. Read full review

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