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  • Mass Market Paperback: 320 pages
  • Publisher: Avon (April 2 1999)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0380800780
  • ISBN-13: 978-0380800780
  • Product Dimensions: 2.3 x 10.5 x 17.4 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 159 g
  • Average Customer Review: 2.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,305,590 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)


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JUDITH MCMONIGLE FLYNN stared at the blank computer screen, hit several keys in succession, and swore out loud. Read the first page
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Judith Flynn, proprietor of Hillside Manor Bed and Breakfast thinks that it's business as usual as her guests arrive for the weekend. It seems like a typical group with a single man, a newly-married couple, a mother and son, a pair of nursery school teachers, and a surly couple from Chicago. However, there is soon a dead body at the B & B and it becomes apparent that no one is who he says he is. As usual Judith claims to have instinctive powers of observation and deduction, but this case has even Judith stumped. A complicated web of interrelationships is eventually revealed, but this just makes it more difficult to solve the crime. Another feature of this addition to the series is the appearance of Judith's first grandson, Mike and Kristen's baby. Even this event is not an undiluted joy when Judith finds out the baby's name. If you're a "cozy" fan, you'll probably enjoy this one.
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I have to be honest this book is horrible! I did somehow manage to finish it though. There are constantly new characters being introduced and they serve no real function to the story. The ending is horrible too!There is noway you could possibly solve this yourself because she introduces new evidence on the last few pages. Nothing really motivated me to turn the page and keep going. Takes forever to finish because it is so stupid! Don't waste your time or money unless you want to use it for a bonfire!
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My brother told me that I could mow the lawn and have a more exciting adventure than this book. A mystery book is supposed to have some element of supense, this book lacked so much that when he had 6 pages left he was able to put the book off one day....what kind of book can't hook you when you have 6 pages left??????? Stephen Hunter - Dirty White Boys - now that's a book that will hook you
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By A Customer on April 1 2000
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I can't say that this is the first book that I've read by this author, because I threw it out after the first 100 pages - there wasn't one single page that made any sense whatsoever. It jumped around, had trite and meaningless dialogue, and threw in unnecessary characters left and right. I still can't believe that there's an entire series of this author.
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By A Customer on Dec 15 1999
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Does it matter who dun what to whom? A good cozy is a social comedy, where the plot devices move us into an engaging world. Judith Grover McMonigle Flynn's world encompasses a loving but often bemused husband, her reliable sidekick Cousin Renie, an assortment of weird and irascible relatives, and one of the meanest fluffballs to grace the name cat. Legs Benedict brings in a new assortment of odd personalities; bed and breakfast guests fun to watch as they ignore the mints and go for the blood and guts. Still, the bottom line is a tribute to families and friends--which sounds sentimental, though Daheim is rarely that. She is funny.
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based on a recommendation from a friend, I read this book, struggling through the boring plot and a mish-mash of characters all of which did not seem to fit together. So much for recommendations!
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By A Customer on Oct. 9 1999
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Based on a recommendation from a friend, I read this book and was disappointed with every page. The plot set up was poor, the mystery was boring and the ending was a farce. So much for recommendations.
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