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St. Patrick's Day Murder

St. Patrick's Day Murder

Написано Leslie Meier

Озвучено Karen White


St. Patrick's Day Murder

Написано Leslie Meier

Озвучено Karen White

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4.5/5 (8 оценки)
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7 hours
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Feb 21, 2017
ISBN:
9781520065755
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Not many people knew Old Dan Malone. The grizzled barkeep's social circle was limited to the rough-hewn lobstermen who frequented his bar. But when Dan's body is found bobbing in the icy harbor, Lucy Stone makes getting to know more about Old Dan a priority. Rumors abound: Old Dan conned a winning lottery ticket worth five grand from a local musician, Old Dan stiffed a handyman for repair work done to the bar. The confusion is compounded by the arrival of Dylan Malone, Old Dan's brother. Was Old Dan killed by someone he'd cheated or someone he'd loved? While Lucy can't be sure, one thing is abundantly clear - the stage is set for a murder mystery with a killer ending!
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LESLIE MEIER is the acclaimed author of over twenty Lucy Stone mysteries and has also written for Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine. She is currently at work on the next Lucy Stone mystery. Readers can visit her website at www.LeslieMeier.com.


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  • (3/5)
    The 14th in the series. Nice read but, although the mystery is resolved, the author never seems to follow through or explain the odd behavior of the Malone family.
  • (4/5)
    Waiting for an excellent Lucy Stone book is like trying to remember that bad boomerang joke. It'll get back to you. Quite a true return to form indeed. Very satisfactory reading. This book shared the unique characteristics that defines every Leslie Meier book plus it had the successful traits that help make a more than good cozy mystery. I enjoyed reading this particular book very much. Can't say that enough. I got the kind of joy and fulfillment that can't be quantified. If only the villain was half as good as any member of the Malone family. The new addition, the eccentric Irish household was very entertaining. Moira was the best new character in this book. Her theatrics were fun to read. It helped that I do know people who are like her. Her daughter Deidre had her moments. The head (no pun intended) of the Malone family didn't lag far behind as well. But like I said, the villain was weak. Without giving much away, I'd say that between the teething problems of the rehearsing for the 'Finian's Rainbow' play, and the dramatic upheavals of the Stone family, there was still enough changes in Tinker's Cove to remind us that time is ticking by in the Lucy Stone series. Lucy Stone is a delightful person to meet. She is less wimpish than usual, and she took an unshakable stance with her daughter Zoe when needed. The Zoe arc didn't have the conclusion I was hoping for. On the other end, my least favorite character didn't have much to do. In fact the Grim Reaper might help her in kicking the bucket in the next book or so. My only wish is for the next book to be about as good as this one. I don't understand people who don't enjoy this series but I'm glad that I'm one of the affiliated ones.
  • (4/5)
    A real page turner that sounds like she will be adding a new family to to town. However, I have to say I was grossed out by the beheading. I MEAN EW!!!
  • (3/5)
    Making dinner, doing laundry, taking her kids to school, and writing stories about dead bodies for The Penny Saver - it’s just another day in the life of Lucy Stone. But this dead body is a bit different from most: it’s headless. Though this book can be enjoyed as a standalone, the real pleasure of the series lies in the character growth and development from story to story. There are some scary moments for Lucy in this installment, and yes, the murder and solution were a bit far-fetched, it was still a good, entertaining read.
  • (3/5)
    Lucy Stone must untangle an Irish legend and catch a killer before she literally loses her head, literally during a St. Patrick’s Day celebration.*** Author Leslie Meier has added new colorful characters, Irish and Celtic mythology, and the missing “pot of money” to stir up action in her whodunit series. Everybody is a little bit Irish on St. Patrick’s Day, but nobody expects to see a headless body floating in the bay. Was it just a coincidence that the victim’s brother and his family just arrived to direct and appear in “Finian’s Rainbow” for the holiday festivities or was it murder? The play’s director can’t direct, the leading singer can’t sing, and the police can’t seem to catch a murderer. Frustrated Lucy Stone splits her time between learning her part in the show, her surly teenager’s actions, babysitting the director’s daughter and her son’s girlfriend’s unexpected troubled pregnancy. Will Lucy live to see her grandchild born, or has her luck of the Irish just run out?