A Fete Worse Than Death
(A Hemlock Falls Mystery)
18th in Series
A Berkley Prime Crime Mystery
The Berkley Publishing Company (March 5, 2013)
Published by The Penguin Group
Cover Illustration by Karen Strelecki
Cover Design by Diana Kolsky
Mass Market Paperback: 304 pages
E-Book File Size: 586 KB
It is almost time for the Finger Lakes Autumn Fete and chairwoman Adela Henry has walked off the job. The last thing Quill needs is to be named to another committee and there is no way in the world she is chairing the fete. She is thrilled when the mayor hires professional organizer Linda Connelly and her staff to take over Adela’s duties.
Apparently everyone wasn’t thrilled with the choice because Linda’s body turns up in the trunk of a used car at Peterson’s Automotive. Soon Quill and Meg find themselves tracking down yet another killer.
After a bit of a slip with Dread on Arrival the series is back on track with a great mystery, wonderful characters and the bits of humor that makes this one of my favorite series.
Quill gets a few assists solving the puzzler and I loved these new characters with their many secrets. Great unexpected twists!! Plus all our favorite Hemlockians are back, even though Myles is again away on assignment.
This is a long running series and I continue to look forward to each and every trip to Hemlock Falls. I hope to return again soon!!
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Comments on “Review: A Fete Worse Than Death by Claudia Bishop”
This looks like a great series. I haven’t started it yet.
I haven’t started yet either, and with all the other books you have added to my toppling t-b-r list I don’t know if I will. Love your reviews. Thanks, Dee
I am so glad you reviewed this one. I was going to skip it because I didn’t care for Dread on Arrival and was afraid the series was falling apart.
Love the cover. Sounds like a wonderful series. Thanks for the review.
I love these!
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