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Editorial Reviews. From Library Journal. The murder of sleazy/disreputable Jesse Penrick interrupts Annie and Max Darling's honeymoon when Annie's friend.
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Some better than others, but worth recommending. A little much on the facts for the Mystery. Had to re-listen to catch everything. What was your reaction to the ending? No spoilers please! It was sad, each time I listen it still gives me pause.
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How does this one compare? Yes, she brings authority and calm to the characters.
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I'm so glad the early books were added. I started with the earliest Death on Demand available on Audible at the time. They don't have to be read in order, but it seems more fun that way. Classic mystery techniques. Carolyn hart is great author of mysteries that are more on thinking and violence. And enjoy the contest of 5 water color post or the mention of other authors.
I enjoyed this book. The characters and plot were entertaining. I will probably buy the next book in the series. Butter Off Dead. Leslie Budewitz. Pumpkin Pleas. Sugar Coated Sins. Cat in an Alphabet Soup. Carole Nelson Douglas. Cast Iron Suspicion. Murder as a Second Language.
Cast Iron Conviction. Murder of An Open Book. Denise Swanson. Dangerous Dough. Fugitive Filling. The Battered Body. Murder of a Cranky Catnapper.
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Iced Under. Barbara Ross. Killing Thyme. Vanilla Beaned. Jenn McKinlay. Death of a Dean. Criminal Crumbs. Privy to the Dead. A Holiday Donut Steal. Writing All Wrongs. Title Wave. Lorna Barrett.
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Murder Borrowed, Murder Blue. Stephanie Blackmoore. Floured Felonies. Breach of Crust. Cast Iron Will. Gayle Leeson.
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Rita Mae Brown. Every Trick in the Book. Copy Cap Murder. Jeffries and the Merry Gentlemen. Words With Fiends. Ali Brandon. Mixed Malice. A Bodkin for the Bride. Patrice Greenwood. Dead Days of Summer. Carolyn Hart. Barbie is his secretary. Corinne Prichard Webster sees herself as the queen of Chastain society, believing that she is the only arbiter of how any one may live their lives. And as the leader of the Board, she has the power. Other Board members include… … Lucy , a woman whom Corinne manipulated into not marrying her brother Cameron ; Roscoe Merrill , a lawyer, and his wife Jessica ; Dr.
John Sanford ; Miss Dora , an ancient upright bitch; and, the very flamboyant Sybil.
Brawley is a mystery reading fanatic willing to do anything to win. Idell Gordon is the innkeeper who saw and wanted too much. Toggle navigation. Posted December 5, by Kathy Davie in Book Reviews I received this book for free from the library in exchange for an honest review. Design for Murder by Carolyn G. Hart amateur sleuth that was published by Crimeline on January 1, and has pages.