Editorial Reviews. Review. "Judith and Renie are sleuths to treasure." -- Carolyn Hart A Streetcar Named Expire (Bed-and-Breakfast Mysteries Book 16) - Kindle edition by Mary Daheim. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device.
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Jan 04, Kirsten rated it really liked it. This is the best entry in this series so far. I really enjoyed the mystery in this one. It was very nuanced and had depth. It still had all the ingredients I had come to love in this series. The humor and the quirky characters, but the addition of a cracker jack mystery really brought it over the top.
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Mar 01, Diane Falvey rated it really liked it. On a murder mystery tour That Judith didn't even want to participate in,the girls come across a dead body in an underconstruction condo block. Joe , working as a PI, is investigating and Judith believes that some stolen jewels are related to the murder. Joe "lets" Judith investigate the jewel theft thinking it will keep her out of his investigation. Well, we know who actually solves the crime don't we? Apr 21, Mary Biblophile rated it liked it Shelves: Another enjoyable Judith McMonigle Flynn cozy mystery.
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It's a wonder that Judy manages to run her bed and breakfast what with always getting involved in murder. Her cousin Renie's graphic business must suffer, too, as she's usually dragged along. Good plot and character development, although I think this one went on a little longer than necessary. Feb 02, Jeanne Quigley rated it really liked it. I enjoyed this cozy very much. The plot was clever, weaving a past murder with a current one and involving interesting characters. The ending was very funny, echoing the end of the action movie Renie references at one point.
And there's an ostrich! May 20, Mel rated it it was amazing Shelves: One of the more entertaining Bed and Breakfast mysteries. All kinds of twists and turns in the plot. This series gets better with each book. And, ya gotta love how Judith and Serena work together.
Mar 05, Tracey rated it it was ok. Feb 28, Sallie rated it really liked it Shelves: I'm on a roll in reading these mysteries. I'm hooked I guess, or addicted, your choice - but I am now into the next book. Apr 04, Anne Mulder rated it liked it Recommends it for: Not my favorite of hers but ok. Aug 26, Verity W added it Shelves: Never try and start a series 16 books in. Even if I didn't realise that was what I was doing when I bought it for 25p from the charity shop. Nov 15, Sarah Jowett rated it it was ok.
I couldn't get into it, too much back stuff to catch up on from previous books and the conversations are hard to follow. Sep 06, Michele rated it really liked it. Another great installment in a great series. Sharon rated it really liked it Nov 09, Lennine rated it really liked it Jul 07, Jaclyn Gale rated it liked it Sep 14, John rated it really liked it Sep 10, Marsha rated it it was amazing Mar 10, Michelle Mueller rated it liked it Sep 26, Elliedakota rated it really liked it Jan 29, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
Seattle native Mary Richardson Daheim has been fascinated by story-telling since early childhood. She first listened, then read, and finally began to write her own fiction when she was ten. Write a customer review. Read reviews that mention judith mystery renie mary daheim cousins funny bed murder breakfast entertaining cousin complex dead tour flynn. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.
Mass Market Paperback Verified Purchase. Judith Flynn's cousin, Renie, talks her into going on a "murder tour" of their city.
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Judith is surprised and incensed when she finds out that the first stop is her own bed-and-breakfast where, indeed, there have been previous murders. The next stop is the Alhambra Arms, an old apartment complex which is being converted to condominiums. A year-old corpse, which had been buried behind a wall, had recently been discovered. In order to encourage sales and satisfy those concerned about lingering spirits, an exorcist is brought in Another enjoyable "cozy" from author Daheim.
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I just happened to select one of her Bed and Breakfast stories as well as one of her Alpine series. I started the Bed and Breakfast book, read three chapters and decided it wasn't for me and set it aside. Went back to it eventually and by the fifth chapter I was hooked. Could not believe how funny the characters were and how good the mystery was. I have ordered several more - several more - and none have disappointed.
This also applies to her Alpine series. Highly recommend this author. One person found this helpful. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. I highly recommend all the Bed and Breakfast mysteries. Judith is on a free cruise with her cousin, but they don't make it out of San Francisco. I think they even get -yea- a little older, too. What can I say. The duo gets into another weird, dead body, murder, new people, type things I wish I, oh, don't want to spoil anything. No One Cancels Christmas: The most laugh out loud romantic comedy this Christmas! A Thousand Roads Home: Hush Hush by Mel Sherratt.
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