Die, Die Birdie
by J. R. Ripley
There are many, many substories going on in Die, Die Birdie. They all fit the flow of the story and they make sense together. I was entertained every single page while reading this book.
Definitely a great book for bird lovers who love a great mystery.
Die Die Birdie is a funny, suspenseful cozy mystery that keeps you guessing right up to the end.
~Author Teresa Trent
Die, Die Birdie is an entertaining southern cozy murder mystery that will engage you to join in the crazy adventures and trials and tribulations that occur, while providing you with a dose of good ol’ southern charm and humor.
~Jersey Girl Book Reviews
It was well written and flowed really well. It was quick and entertaining read.
~Melina’s Book Blog
The town setting of Ruby Lake, North Carolina is appealing – and populated with lots of interesting, quirky people.
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Entertaining plot twists made Die,Die Birdie a fun read. I enjoyed the fast pace of the story…
~A Cozy Girl Reads
This book quickly grabbed my attention right off…
~A Date With A Book
It’s a compelling mystery, full of twists and turns, with an intriguing storyline and interesting characters.
I liked the characters and hope we get to interact with them in further adventures.
Fact-paced and funny, with a beguiling mystery to solve, Die, Die Birdie sets a high standard for this new cozy series.
~The Girl with Book Lungs
Die, Die Birdie
• New Series
• Publisher: Kensington – Lyrical Underground
• (August 16, 2016)
•Paperback: 200 pages
• 288 Pages
• ASIN: B018CGZ1J8
For Amy Simms, hatching a birding shop in her hometown of Ruby Lake, North Carolina, hasn’t exactly been a breeze. But could a deadly discovery clip her wings for good?
It’s just days before Amy plans to open Birds & Bees on the first floor of her creaky Victorian house, but delayed seed shipments have prevented the fledging owner from stocking her shelves. And it doesn’t help that Amy’s best friend and business partner is out of town indefinitely. With locals skeptical about the niche shop taking flight, the last thing Amy needs now is a dead man in her storeroom-or for a crotchety tenant to catch her holding a bloody birdfeeder hook over his body . . .
Pigeonholed as a leading murder suspect by police and lacking a solid alibi, Amy’s delving into the victim’s ugly past and buzzing around Ruby Lake for clues on his killer . . . beforeshe ends up like so many of her beloved feathery friends-trapped behind bars!
About The Author
J.R. Ripley is the pen name of Glenn Meganck, the critically acclaimed author of the Tony Kozol mystery series. As a member of the Mystery Writers of America, he has chaired the Edgar committee for Best Original Paperback novel and served on the Best Short Story Committee. As a member of the International Association of Crime Writers, he has served on the Hammett Award committee for Best Novel. When not writing books, Glenn is writing songs, often singing them to the consternation of his audience and neighbors, or involved in one of his many passions, none of which have involved any of the dead bodies that seem to keep cropping up in his mysteries. For more information about him, visit glennmeganck.com.
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