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Mystery Loves Company
Book 1 in the Kim & Kelly Mystery Series. Kim & Kelly get themselves in hot water when they witness a real murder at a Murder Mystery Resort and become the next victims!
Kim and Kelly are two young girls who are not only best friends, but also love mysteries. When their families decide to go on a weekend excursion to a resort that specializes in staging a murder mystery for the guests, they thought their dream to be like their fictional detective idols and solve a case had at last come true. Given a free run of the resort, they mingled with the actors and actresses who dropped clues and helped vacationers solve the fictitious murder. It was all fun and games until they discover a real murder has actually taken place on the grounds. Their sights are set on solving the case, and Kim and Kelly place themselves in real danger. The closer they get to revealing the truth, the closer they get to becoming the next victims. With only three days to solve the murder, the girls play a deadly game of cat and mouse - but who will get the cheese?
Kurt stood staring at who we were sure was Stacy. He smiled a wicked smile, which spread from ear to ear and his eyes seemed to become darker with the thought of his deadly intent. Since we had already gone unnoticed, Kelly and I pushed our way into a corner and behind several large potted palm trees hoping not to draw any attention to ourselves.
The storm raged, the lights flickered off and on, slower this time and more frequent, and within the flickering I saw Kurt raise a gun, point it at Stacy and saw, rather than heard, a shot from the gun. The timing of the clap of thunder was perfect, no one would've been able to hear the shot over such noise, but it didn't last very long and in the end, all anyone heard was the remnants of Stacy's scream. And in that same instance, the lights finally gave way and went out.
"Ohhhh, I hate the dark," Kelly whimpered softly.
"I know, me too, but what really scares me is that I've never seen someone actually get killed," I whispered back.
"Don't move, he could still be hanging around, maybe he saw us; maybe he's working his way over here to finish us off, too," Kelly moaned, while gripping my arm.
"Chill, okay, you're making me more nervous than I already am. Let's wait for a flash of lightning to see if he's anywhere around."