Address To Die For
by Mary Feliz
Right off the bat, I enjoyed the tempo of author Mary Feliz’s writing. No wasted words or dragging scenes. Just a fast paced story both well written, and thought out.
~Lisa K’s Book Reviews
The author did a great job with the characters and setting you can easily imagine you are a part of the story.
Ms. Feliz’s writing style is engaging and made for a most enjoyable read.
With fresh new characters and a strong story, you won’t be able to put this one down.
~Shelley’s Book Case
Be sure and get yourself comfortable as you read this hard to put down book.
The plot was interesting and developed at an even pace, with a few unexpected twists leading up to the story’s resolution. All in all, a nice light read.
~Cassidy Salem Reads & Writes
I thought this book had some really interesting characters and it was different from other cozies I have read…
Rich in detail and vivid descriptions, the story takes place in the small town of Orchard Valley, in the hills above Silicon Valley. This captivating and fast-paced whodunit tale has enough quirky characters, witty humor, drama, intriguing twists and turns, and conspiracy theories that will keep you guessing.
~Jersey Girl Book Reviews
I thought this was a well written book with a good plot. It kept me turning pages and guessing up until the end.
~Melina’s Book Blog
This was a great cozy mystery and fans of many other cozy series will find themselves enjoying this series as well.
It has been a busy reading summer for me and this makes the list of the top five books I’ve read this summer and the top two mysteries. I’m anxious to read about Maggie’s next adventure.
Address to Die For is one of those books where the writing, the plot, the characters – it all “clicks” right from the very first word.
~Reading is my SuperPower
Address to Die For by Mary Feliz is one of the most enjoyable cozy mysteries I’ve read recently. It has that special “something” that pulled me in from the very first page…
~The power of words . . .
Maggie is a fascinating, enjoyable character who would make a great friend to have if she were a real person
This was a great start to a new series, and a great introduction to a cast of characters I expect to be seeing more of in the near future.
~The Book’s the Thing
I’m a quick reader and read this in about two hours. I’d suggest you set aside some time when you start it. You’ll find it quite hard to stop when you do.
What’s unique about this particular mystery is how sympathetic both the vandal and the killer are – neither are sharp, hard, bad-to-the-bone “bad guys,” and that, in my opinion, really makes this story stand out among its cozy competitors.
~The Girl with Book Lungs
For professional organizer Maggie McDonald, moving her family into a new home should be the perfect organizational challenge. But murder was definitely not on the to-do list . . .
Maggie McDonald has a penchant for order that isn’t confined to her clients’ closets, kitchens, and sock drawers. As she lays out her plan to transfer her family to the hundred-year-old house her husband, Max, has inherited in the hills above Silicon Valley, she has every expectation for their new life to fall neatly into place. But as the family bounces up the driveway of their new home, she’s shocked to discover the house’s dilapidated condition. When her husband finds the caretaker face-down in their new basement, it’s the detectives who end up moving in. What a mess! While the investigation unravels and the family camps out in a barn, a killer remains at large—exactly the sort of loose end Maggie can’t help but clean up . . .
About The Author
Mary Feliz has lived in five states and two countries but calls Silicon Valley home. Traveling to other areas of the United States, she’s frequently reminded that what seems normal in the high-tech heartland can seem decidedly odd to the rest of the country. A big fan of irony, serendipity, diversity, and quirky intelligence tempered with gentle humor, Mary strives to bring these elements into her writing, although her characters tend to take these elements to a whole new level. She’s a member of Sisters in Crime, Mystery Writers of America, and National Association of Professional Organizers. Mary is a Smith College graduate with a degree in Sociology. She lives in Northern California with her husband, near the homes of their two adult offspring. Visit Mary online at MaryFeliz.com, or follow her on Twitter @MaryFelizAuthor.
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