Kaitlyn Dunnett: Scone Cold Dead

I am continuing my research to avoid contradicting myself on details about people and places in the book 13 in the series I m writing now An aside I shouldn t read one and two and sometimes three star reviews of my own books It s depressing Some people just don t like my protagonist Okay I et that I don t like all the characters in books I read either But I wish some of the commenters didn t have to be uite so nasty about it Liss is what she is I wrote her that way deliberately As for the murderer being too obvious well yes there are clues along the way that Liss misses It s called playing fair with the reader It s also a tactic I was trying perhaps unsuccessfully to use to make readers think that person was TOO obvious to be the real villain Personally it doesn t bother me at what point in a mystery I figure out who dunnit I m interested in following the character s journey of discovery and in seeing how she or he pieces the clues together or fails to The ending of this one is still one of my favorites just a little bit The Oracles Golem (The Oracle goofy after all I AM writing in the humorous cozies with eccentric characters subenre but logical in its own way It wasn t as Measuring the Subjective Well-Being of Nations good as the first ones I read and yes I did read out of order but it s still fairThere s no lack of really bad puns and no lack of people to suspect as a murderer Iot a little tired of Liss and her potential boyfriends wanting to protect her I also didn t follow the romantic history between Dan and Liss possibly because it was so often stressed that Dan failed to mention how he felt Still it was Let It Bree / Cant Buy Me Louie (Harlequin Duets, good and nice escape literature I like this series and I didn t expect to The second book in the Liss MacCrimmon series wasn t as interesting as the first one I liked the setting of a Scottish emporium in Maine and the characters wereood but the story just wasn t very interesting to me It took a long time for me to The Solitary Self get into a relatively short book and I figured out the killer pretty easily Iuess I m just not a huge fan of the mystery cozy style This was not as The Ornaments of Life good as the first one nor the later one I read out of order but I didn t hate it I read some of the reviews and while I agreed with some of them this series was not meant to bereat With one solved murder case under her dance belt Liss has no idea she’s about to spiral into another Liss still misses the life of a professional dancer with Strathspey the Scottish dance company she belonged to So she arranges a reception for the troupe whe.

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Lved but I m dying to hear her voice in the mix Now for the whodunnit portion I read a lot of reviews where people said they knew immediately who it was and how it was so obvious What I have to say to that is that I disagree I think Dunnett did a One Wish (Thunder Point, good job ofiving multiple options and motivations throughout the book which left me not 100% sure on anyone I like Liss didn t pick up on the inconsistencies which just La santa anoressia. Digiuno e misticismo dal Medioevo a oggi goes to show that it is extremely plausible for someone not to see it especially someone who is not a trained investigator and also has a few blinders when it comes to the people it could be I often easily see the outcome of non mystery books but stick around for the ride because I want to know how it came to be Dunnett s books though have had me not willing to commit to saying a particular person did it and that says something to me and makes me enjoy the books in ways that I don t with others I also love that she doesn t do what so many authors do and hold back crucial pieces of information that you can t solve the mystery without She lets the readerset there if they do Remembering and Repeating giving them the tools and shows how Liss is flawed and not the best mystery solver at the same time I applaud that That being said I found the mystery compelling and veiled in the first book Another exciting adventure and mystery starring Liss MacCrimmon and Dan Ruskin in the rural Maine town of MoosetookalookWhen Liss former Scottish dance troupe Strarhspey comes to town and their manager is murdered she s bound and determined to find the killer Of course Liss must uestion the motives of all her friends There s lots of running around some dancing little smooching and some sneezing You ll enjoy the chase and the intrigue Areat cozy for a dreary winter afternoon The characters were so annoying in this book it took me way longer than it should have to finish because I was so annoyed at them I had to walk away The dancers all seem like incredibly shallow terrible people Liss is acting super atrocious the entire time and Dan doesn t et a chance to do anything but be a jealous clueless lug The mystery is decent but it takes way too long for the actual authorities to unravel what should have been very simpl. But she has no idea how miserable until Victor bites into one of Liss’s prized cocktail scones collapses and dies When the police set their sights on Liss and her best friends it’s up to Liss to find out whodunit before this culinary killer makes an encor.

Iterature Lighten up It s a lighthearted little mystery with characters that some may hate not agree with or hope they re the next victim but it isn t as bad as some people thought Or perhaps not uite as ood as others rated it It s a pleasant cozy not so mysterious mystery with lots of stuff about Maine and some stuff about Scotland When the dance company that Liss used to perform with comes to town for a performance she expects to renew friendships and play hostess to her former colleagues She does not expect to have to help solve the murder of the company s manager who chokes to death from a mushroom allergy at the reception after the show With the help of her friends and two males both of whom have a romantic interest in her she finally figures out who the murderer is but not without Mona Lisa getting herself and another innocent person in a life threatening situation This is aood read for mystery lovers It may not be award winning literature but Kaitlyn Dunnett s storytelling and writing keep her plots trotting along evenly Detail is never to excess nor do we lack insight into Exciting addition to the seriesThis book is just as Fly Away Home (South Africa Series, good as the first The story is written with so much detail it s very easy to believe you are in MoosetookalookJoin Liss Sherri Dan in this wild adventure When the danceroup comes to perform Liss is saddened by the After reading Kilt Dead I immediately checked out this book hoping to cozy up some with this small town and see where the series went I enjoyed this book but not as much as I did the first book Although this set of suspects should have been interesting to me as they fill in a lot about Liss life before the first book began and I did enjoy them to a point it didn t have uite the pull for me as rediscovering Liss roots and how the town had changed in her absence I d say that is of a personal taste though than a real comment on the story itself I really liked the continuation of the renovation of The Spruce Hotel and how that ives an overarching storyline in the background but would have liked to actually have seen Liss aunt in the book this time around Maybe she would be too much of a stabilizing and sensible influence on Liss to allow her to be invo. N they’re on tour complete with a Scottish theme that includes a new spin on the classic Scottish SconeLiss soon realizes life in the roup isn’t all happy jigs and fancy stepping Victor Owens the company manager has been making life miserable for everyone.

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Kathy Lynn Emerson author of the Mistress Jaffrey Mysteries the Face Down Mysteries featuring Susanna Appleton 16th century gentlewoman herbalist and sleuth the Diana Spaulding 1888 uartet and the award winning How to Write Killer Historical Mysteries plus an assortment of other books As Kaitlyn she writes the Liss MacCrimmon series set in Moosetookalook Maine and the Deadly Edits series set in rural Sullivan County New York She is a member of Mystery Writers of America Sisters in Crime and other professional organizations and blogs regularly with Maine Crime Writers