- Paperback: 338 pages
- Publisher: Independently published (31 July 2018)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1718003374
- ISBN-13: 978-1718003378
- Product Dimensions: 12.7 x 2.2 x 20.3 cm
- Average Customer Review: 4 customer reviews
Quarrelsome Quartz (Cozy Corgi Mysteries) Paperback – 31 Jul 2018
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When one of her sisters is arrested for murder, Fred and Watson look for the real killer. I love it when Watson is looking for treats and can understand why he always gets them.
The characters are well constructed and believable too.
This series keeps getting better and better
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With this fascinating beginning to the story, Mildred Abbott gives the reader what are obviously subtle clues to a murder, but chapter by chapter, nothing seems to click. Even Fred with her trusty sidekick Watson is at a loss. Add in a few new characters such as the portly, epicurean Pastor Davis and new insights to her stepfather Barry’s devotion to family, yet solving the newest Cozy Mystery is just out of reach. As much as I hate for the mystery to end, there is always a recipe waiting from Katie and while the most recent book is usually my favorite, I am eagerly waiting for the next!!
Winifred (Fred) and her Corgi, Watson are getting closer to Fred's step-sisters. Verona and Zelda have opened a new age shop, 'Chakras' next door to Fred's bookstore. Fred loves having sisters but has kept a small distance apart, having been an only child. The twins are so excited about their upcoming opening that is coinciding with the new age conference being led by their inspiration, Aurora and Wolf . Their excitement gets tempered when Aurora proves not to be the person they thought she was.
Someone else agrees...and Aurora is found murdered in Chakras. Verona is accused and Fred goes on the trail to find the real killer.
Watson stands guard with his purloined stuffed lion. Why is he so attached to this particular toy? Watson never does anything without intention, as Fred has learned.
This gentle tale with lots of twists and turns (even quiche recipes,) makes this cozy a delight to read and savor!