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    Being organized can be helpful!

    I'm going to say right off the bat I wasn't sure I was going to like this book. It had nothing to do with the plot line, I just didn't understand how the day a woman finds out her husband is dead why all these people would come over that same day and Maggie would set up an atmosphere that was almost party like. I understand people paying condolences and bringing food, but within hours? There were just a few things that happened the first day that just didn't seem logical. All of that aside, once I got past that first day the story line picked up speed as Maggie and the crew were off trying to decipher who killed Patrick and why. The final result was quite surprising and the author does a great job of misdirection with the characters. I honestly expected the killer to be another character based on information provided. There are still the pesky neighbors that we still don't like even into the fourth book. Maggie remained true to her character as in previous books - a mother hen with fantastic organizational skills that is able to ferret out the true criminal. I appreciate all the hints and tips at the beginning of each chapter. I can use all the help I can get when organizing my own life, and these tips can be quite helpful. This book even has a list at the end related to emergency preparedness for acts of nature and the like. I had no idea that the CDC in efforts to reach more people created a program that tied to what to do if there was a zombie apocalypse. Granted this will most like never happen, but if it intrigues others to become prepared then I'm all for whatever it takes!
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    Disorderly Conduct

    Who done it I would not think of that person. Very close to the end of this book the person/people are reveild
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    Raging Fires, Murder and an Innocent Friend

    Maggie McDonald is in a less than pleasant situation. Raging wildfires threaten her home and community. She and her family are preparing to evacuate to a friend's house, Tess when Tess calls frantic. The police have told her they've found a body and believe it to be that of her husband, Patrick. Tess is in a panic, and understandably so. She doesn't want to think or believe that the worst could be true. Sadly, it is. They believe it initially to be an accident but soon fingers, rumors and evidence point the police in a different direction. So when the fires begin to abate and be contained by the firefighters, the investigation by Maggie and those around her begin as they seek to learn the hard-hitting questions. Who wanted Patrick dead or out of the way? Why? Who stood to gain from him being out of the picture? Who potentially has it out for Tess to see her take the wrap for the murder? Prepare yourself! This mystery will pull you in to the end! Disorderly Conduct by Mary Feliz is an engaging mystery novel from beginning to end. I enjoy Maggie McDonald so much as a character and I love the tidbits of organizational segments that the author has her give at the beginning of each chapter. They are informative and definitely make the reader think about their own preparedness concerning emergencies and disasters that might arise. This story is well put together. Maggie and her family are packing up to relocate to Tess's house, only for Tess's world to be rocked on learning of the untimely death of her husband. Now, the author gives us people who spread rumors, a strange website pops up slurring the family and the marriage. I feel like I was attached to a rope and the author was just gradually pulling me in deeper a little bit at a time. I couldn't get enough! As Maggie began the work of trying to learn what happened to Patrick and the people he associated with I felt like I was right there with her on the trail. If you are an avid mystery reader then this book is most definitely for you. For the most part, I can easily say that this book has been professionally edited. I do have to admit that there are a couple sentences that feel like they are incomplete. Like the author was writing and got so excited to jump to the next sentence that they forgot to finish. I will admit that when Maggie goes to meet with a Debra to discuss Patrick and they meet up again at Google, I'm a bit annoyed with Maggie. She'd been there the day before with Kath. I had expected her to be prepared for the weather/temperature conditions from what she experienced previously. Kath knew Maggie wouldn't know what to expect, so she took that into consideration and was prepared. The second time around I expected Maggie to be prepared and not rely on someone else. All in all, I truly enjoyed this book. It has a good pace that is not too slow and not too fast. Maggie and her family are fascinating characters and I couldn't put this book down if I wanted to. I was on the edge of my seat to learn what really happened to Patrick, who did it and why. I liked the added elements of the wildfires and other minor situations throughout that added to the thrills and mystery of this story. I am rating this book 5 out of 5 stars. I couldn't get enough. If you are a looking for a good mystery novel that will keep you guessing as to "who done it" to the end and trying to figure out the motive then this is the book for you. If you have read the previous Maggie McDonald books then I highly recommend you pick this book up. I'm sure you won't be disappointed.
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    Another great instalment to this series!

    Such a solid, unique mystery series, Disorderly Conduct grabbed me right away and was action, action, action the whole way through. Mary Feliz always incorporates current social issues and news events in her books that helps to ground the stories in reality even when things get a little dramatic (drug cartels anyone :) I also love that there's a strong family unit that work together with multiple law enforcement officials to solve the mysteries. Maggie also reacts to the murders/violence etc. with a realistic mix of fear/anxiety for herself and family and need to stay calm and look at the situation rationally, using her skills as a professional organizer. I didn't find this plot/mystery as compelling as the last instalment in this series (book 3), but I was still extremely entertained and can't wait for book 5. I highly recommend this series for anyone who loves cozies or general mysteries as it's less campy than a lot of cozy series out there.
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