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  • Cozy Murder Mystery at a Louisiana Wedding

    Cozy Murder Mystery at a Louisiana Wedding This is a cozy mystery that takes place at a Louisiana mansion home. Our heroine is a milliner who has arrived for a last-minute touch up for the bride's veil. She and her buddy the detective make short work of solving the case, although there are plenty of roadblocks. It is a fun story with plenty of questionable characters. This book is 6th in a series. Although past adventures are mentioned, the reader feels totally up to speed and ready to help solve this crime. This book can be successfully read without having to read the earlier books. I received this ARC book for free from Net Galley and this is my honest review.

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  • Not one I could relate to

    I was so hopeful and I was looking forward to trying a new author and the cover is just so attractive! . As is usually the case there are a number of key characters with interesting backgrounds and possible motives. So it definitely fits into the cozy murder mystery category. It is also a quick read. However, it turned out not to be one I could relate to. I found the storyline implausible with the "Hatmaker"' actively managing the case alongside the very experienced Detective (as opposed to a member the police force?) and, considering the circumstances, there just wasn't enough emotion and grieving evident by any of those close to the victim. They came across as distanced and just a little cold. To give much more way would result in spoilers. With thanks to #Netgalley, Kensington Books and the author for my advanced reader copy in exchange for an honest opinion.

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  • Red herrings in the bayou!

    cozy-mystery, law-enforcement, murder, amateur-sleuth, wedding-madness Asked to be there for the wedding rehearsal by the bride, Missy happens upon the body of the groom the day of the wedding. Next up she finds out that the paddle wheeler booked for her own wedding in a few short weeks has burned. And that's just the beginning! Fortunately the state police detective is a friendly and at least she doesn't have to butt heads with the law. Lots of twists and red herrings in this bayou country whodunit that I read in one afternoon and even got to learn a bit about the pricing and conservation of antique lace. Loved it! I requested and received a free ebook copy from Kensington Books via NetGalley. Thank you!

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  • Did you hear that Missy DuBois solved another one?

    Missy is busy as always during the hot and harried holy marimonial season and this one is no difference. Barely time to see to the preparations of her own upcomig nuptials, Missy is doing her best to be the milliner with the mostest. This title definetly describes this mystery as Missy proves again that she has a knack for being in the right place and sometimes the wrong place but at the right time. How was she to know that when she went looking for the wayward groom she would find hime dead in the silo She should most likely be put on retainer by her good friend, Detective Lance LaPorte as she solves yet another mystery in the midst of wedding mayhem. Missy's character helps me to remember that gentility is very useful and sometimes it is better to just "bless their hearts," that to be put off by people who seem to not be acting in a normal fashon. While Missy is dong her level best to help the bride and her family to cope with the death of the groom she manages to not loose it all when she learns about her own wedding plans going astray. I could 100% sympathize with Missy's situation, I have actually been there done that only mine was not an electrical issue but a mechanical one. I think that if you combined the various ladies from Designing Women and a little bit of Jessica Fletcher with a sprinkle of Charlie's Angels you would end up with Missy. These stories are definelty stand along and every single one is as enjoyable as the one before it. The story has plenty of suspects with and a few red herrings that will make you second guess yourself while armchair sleuthing.

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