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Snowmen In Paradise (Tj Jensen Paradise Lake Mysteries Book 2) [Kindle Edition]

Kathi Daley

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Winter Carnival comes to Serenity and with it Tj finds her schedule busier than ever. Not only is her ski and snowboard team heavily involved in demonstrations and local competitions, but her rag tag choir is about to debut in their first live performance. To make matters even more complicated Maude and Mille are in town for their wedding to Abe and Andy, and someone has killed Travis Davidson, a favorite town son, world-class snowboarder, and Olympic hopeful. Tj is determined not to get involved in the subsequent investigation until she finds out that the prime suspect in his murder is Chelsea Hanson, high school boyfriend Hunter Hanson’s sister. Although there is no shortage of Sereninites with a grudge against the hometown hero, even Tj has to admit that there is good cause to suspect Chelsea of the murder. Everyone saw Chelsea and Travis arguing just an hour prior to the discovery of his bloodied body. Everyone saw Chelsea storm off in the same direction in which Travis left the scene of the argument. The murder weapon turns out to be Chelsea’s ice axe, the same one she’d used just that afternoon for the ice climbing competition. To make matters worse Chelsea has no alibi for the time of Travis’ death. In spite of the fact that everything points to Chelsea Tj knows she couldn’t have done it. Balancing bridesmaid duties, Winter Carnival obligations, and show choir duty, with after-hours investigation, Tj sets out to prove Sheriff Boggs wrong.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 725 KB
  • Print Length: 283 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1494905450
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  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #129,554 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Loved the ski resort setting 7 Jan. 2014
By K.W. - Published on
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Tj is back with another murder mystery to solve. This time it is during Serenity Nevada's annual Winter Carnival. I really enjoyed the small town charm and family relationships that accompany the mystery. I will look forward to the next one out in the spring.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars there was a lot of unnecessary detail about some things (looks 20 Oct. 2014
By Caroline Sullivan - Published on
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I might have given 3 1/2 stars if possible. While generally an enjoyable book, there was a lot of unnecessary detail about some things (looks, meals and settings which didn't play a key part). In some ways, there were too many characters discussed, so I couldn't keep them all straight. (Perhaps a failing on my part rather than the author's!) It was an easy read, but not so engaging I couldn't put it down. If the ebook is the right price, I'd probably get another one to see if it was just this book, or if all her writing is similar.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars An awesome cozy mystery! 2 Nov. 2014
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In Snowmen in Paradise, readers once again visit the town of Paradise and are reacquainted with the characters with whom they fell in love with in book 1 (Pumpkins in Paradise). In this book, readers find Tj dividing her time between her coaching job, the children in the choir, the inn that her family owns and manages, and her various family members and friends.

When local boy, now ski star is found murdered, Tj is determined to find the murderer and to clear the name of her former boyfriend’s sister. She once again steps on the toes of Sheriff Boggs and also causes a riff between herself and her current boyfriend who is a deputy sheriff.

As the lover of the cozy mysteries, this is one of the best series that I have ever read. I love the way that Ms. Daley makes her characters so real and the events described in such details that the reader feels that they are actually visiting the town of Paradise.

I give this book 5-stars and encourage lovers of the mystery genre to read any of the books that are written by Ms. Daley. You will become addicted to her writing just as I have.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Whole Town of Characters To Care About 26 Mar. 2014
By DogsMom - Published on
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This is the type of book I enjoy snuggling into a comfortable chair with and reading through as far as time will allow.

You feel as if you are invited to be part of the small town and it's comfortable inhabitants. Of course not everyone gets along and there are the small feuds and grumblings. Kathy Daley gives them complicated relationships just as one finds in real life.

Also as in real life, if you want something done, find an already busy person and ask him or her to add it to their overfull to-do list.
That is how coach TJ Jensen becomes responsible for the choir during her busiest ski team season, during the town's reknowned winter carnival week, along with an interesting double wedding happening at her family's resort.
Throw in a hometown celebrity who left under less than the best of terms and causes nothing but trouble when he comes back to be showcased at the winter carnival; plus a murder where it seems everyone has a motive.

At the opening of the book there are a lot of people being met quickly, and their relationships to each other to sort out. It is best to focus without distraction for a chapter or two. Soon you come to know and care for them all and accept them as they are.

It has been mentioned that if you read the first book, Pumpkins in Paradise, you will already know the town people, but it is not necessary to appreciate this book.

The story has many twists and turns and possibly even a red herring to keep you guessing. The best way to read is to stay in the present moment, collect the information, and enjoy it in real time.

By the time you find out Who-Dun-It, you care about the town and it's people and want to continue to read about them.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars A snowy, cozy mystery 21 Feb. 2014
By Cindy Devine - Published on
Tj Jensen is a high school teacher and coach in snowy Serenity, Nevada. As winter Carnival approaches, Tj finds herself very busy between ski and snowboard teams competitions, leading a choir, taking over motherly duties of her two sisters, and then getting involved with a murder investigation of a local sports "would be" Olympic hopeful.
I won this book on Goodreads as a "first read".
I thought it would make for interesting reading, being the climate of winter, and being in a Olympic year. The main character was appealing; there was enough personal informaton to get a feel for her and what she was like.
However, the story lacked strong mystery details. It didn't leave me thinking or guessing, or at the edge of my seat. The other characters; mainly teens and high school students weren't detailed enough to hold my interest. Basically, the story line was good, but overall, just o.k.
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