- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 1210 KB
- Print Length: 227 pages
- Publisher: eKensington (17 April 2014)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00FY54N72
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 19 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #75,807 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Guidebook to Murder (A Tourist Trap Mystery 1) Kindle Edition
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Top customer reviews
It is easy to read and although there are a few red herrings as in any good mystery, the story is also easy to follow.
At the beginning I really wanted Jill to find out who had killed her friend ‘Miss Emily’. As the story progressed, with a couple of subplots, it became more about Jill being able to hold onto the house that miss Emily bequeathed her.
I loved Jill’s Aunt Jackie and hope to read more about her in the future. There could have been more in the way of an obstacle between Jill and Detective King and I’m not clear really why Jill’s friend Amy had to disappear but these are minor points. All in all a lovely mystery, great setting and some memorable characters.
I am a dedicated reader of mystery novels and the effort to solve a puzzle from the clues I'm given is what holds my attention. Even though this mystery took place within a small community the author still managed to do a very good job of giving all the information about the crimes committed and yet hiding the guilty until the last minute. That was well done and I enjoyed reading to the end to find out what the resolution was. However, Jill Gardner has a lot of changing to do before she will be a favorite character for me. She was entirely too easily pushed around by everyone she came into contact with.Read more ›
A guidebook to murder is a cleverly plotted out mystery. It kept me guessing until the end.
So often with cozies, it isn’t just the mystery that is important; it is the town/village and the people. Lynn Cahoon paints a town with Rockwellian qualities but keeps the Midsommer Murder quality intact. Add in a dishy detective and a bit of sexual tension and you have an instant hit.
I love South Cove, it is just the kind of place I would like to visit (minus the murders of course). It is a wonderful start to a series that I hope will continue for a long time
Most recent customer reviews
Actually, really loved this book. I kept getting up in the early hours to read a little more, as I only read a few chapters a night, but I was so captured by the characters I... Read morePublished 21 months ago by SKUL LOVER
This is a well written decent & lighthearted tale with likeable characters and plot, which would be great for holiday.Published on 6 May 2015 by Elle127
This cosy mystery book is well written, I liked the names of the characters. The plot was brilliantly thought out though as with most cosy mysteries you usually work out who who... Read morePublished on 25 Mar. 2015 by Wendy
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