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  • Twisty, funny, cozy mystery

    Stilettos, Bow Ties & Dead Guys is a twisty, funny, cozy mystery. Between the boss from a warm place and a bridezilla determined to not accept any of her mother's suggestions, Gianna has her hands full. Then at the bridal shower, the maid of honor's ghost walks through Gianna. These are fun mysteries enhanced with Gianna's family and their Sunday dinner expectations. I love the recurring characters. There are so many suspects for Lexi's murder and a variety of possible motives. The plot just keeps getting more convoluted. I loved that I could not possibly guess what had happened.

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  • Wedding woes, Funny with a serious side.

    The Gianna Mancini Mysteries series is my favorite of Jennifer Fischetto's delightful series. Stillettos, Bow Ties & Dead Guys maintains the tradition of taunt but fun tales begun in Lipstick, Lies and Dead Guys. I adore Gianna's family, the cherry on top of a fun paranormal cozy mystery. This one does not have the eerie edge of the earliest books but it does have an intriguing and less that perfect but compelling ghost seeking help and a well plotted and complex murder tale. From assistant wedding planner to wedding attendant, Gianna's time with the Prescotts is a real head spinner. The bride's demands for everything that her mother resists seems to be more than typical bridezilla issues and the sight of her in the arms of the best man doesn't fit the image of the woman that Gianna comes to like and it all makes the new assistant feel as uncomfortable as the whole snobbish family does. The dead body of one of the wedding attendants makes her even more uncomfortable especially when ghost comes to insist that Gianna figure out who among the guests is the murder. I requested and was delighted to receive an ARC of Stilettos, Bow Ties & Dead Guys from Jennifer Fischetto. I am a long-time fan and always request an ARC for this series when I have time to read. I love getting a jump on the new books and I enjoy telling my friends about them.

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  • 4.5 stars!

    Gianna is at a bridal party when she walks through Lexi, the maid of honor, and they both realise she's dead. Lexi was writing a tell all book about the rich family and friends of the bride, but was it something worth killing over? Lexi doesn't want to cross over until her murder is solved, so Gianna is on the case! These books are always such fun to read! I really like the way Gianna investigates, without being too nosey or irritating, as some amateur sleuths in cozy mysteries are. I don't find myself wishing I could tell her not to do that, or face-palm in frustration. Her family is quirky but I love that, and I love her relationship with them. Especially with Enzo, and also the expectations of her, in regards to Sunday dinners. Hilarious! Another fun Gianna story. Can't wait for more!

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  • Who killed the maid of honor?

    Gianna is beginning her new job working for a wedding planner, finally getting away from working in her parent’s deli. This wedding seems a little strange, from the location at the estate, the dress, flowers….you name it, it’s strange. Not to mention the tension between the bride and her mother. When Lexi, the maid of honor, turns up dead during the bridal shower. Lexi shows up to Gianna, demanding that she finds out who murdered her. Lexi’s particularly angry that she died before she was able to publish her book revealing all the secrets of the family and friends of the bride. Taylor, the bride, refuses to postpone the wedding and asks Gianna to step in as maid of honor. Full of mystery and laughter, you will really enjoy this cozy mystery!

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