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A Villa in Sicily: Figs and a Cadaver is book 2 in a charming new cozy mystery series by best-selling author Fiona Grace, author of Murder in the Manor, a number one best seller with over 100 five-star reviews! 

Audrey Smart, 34, has made a major life change, walking away from her life as a vet (and from a string of failed romance) and moving to Sicily to buy a $1 home — and embark on a mandatory renovation she knows nothing about. 

Audrey is busy working to open the town’s new shelter, while also renovating her own problematic home — and dating again. With the help of friends, she begins taking in sick strays. But not everyone in town is grateful for her services, and she soon makes unexpected enemies. 

When Audrey gets a tip about an injured dog near the coast and goes to find him — she finds the dead body of a powerful local instead. 

Can Audrey, now a suspect, solve the crime and clear her name? 

Or will her Sicilian dream fall apart? 

A laugh-out-loud cozy packed with mystery, intrigue, renovation, animals, food, wine — and of course, love — A Villa in Sicily will capture your heart and keep you listening until the end.  

©2021 Fiona Grace (P)2021 Fiona Grace

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  • 04-02-2021

comfortable feel good book

The storyline is average and predictable, but it was an enjoyable listen. perfect if you are looking for something easy , warm and fuzzy.

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