First Degree Mudder
by Kate Dyer-Seeley
First Degree Mudder has the perfect dash of mud, humor and suspense that made this an enjoyable read for me.
I immediately connected with Meg’s enthusiasm for her family, friends, and life in general.
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As a main protagonist, Meg gives us much to appreciate. She’s curious, enthusiastic, generous and dedicated. We also feel she’s on the verge of growing pains.
First Degree Mudder is intelligent, quick-witted, lively, and full of heart. It continues to be one of my favorite series in the cozy mystery genre by one of my favorite authors.
~The Girl with Book Lungs
This was an entertaining read, and brings the reader into the Portland scene…
~The Ninja Librarian
Kate filled this book with wit, charm, and such realistic moments that I couldn’t help but read it quick. Now, that I have I am wanting more.
I really liked the concept of this book…There are several great characters in the story that I really enjoyed.
Good characters and interesting setting. Good cozy mystery!
When a mud marathon champion bites the dust, Meg Reed has to go the distance to make sure a killer comes clean . . .
Back home in Portland, Oregon, Meg is ready to take her career as an outdoor writer for Extreme magazine to the next level. Lesser journalists sling mud—Meg plans to run through it. To train hard for Mud, Sweat & Beers, an extreme 5K mud run, she’s signed on with the Mind Over Mudder team, run by ten-time mud marathon champ—and former drill sergeant—Billy the Tank. But when Meg finds her tenacious trainer dead in the locker room, she has a sinking feeling someone may have been pushed too far. Digging through the hidden secrets at Mind Over Mudder is a dirty job, but somebody’s got to do it. Meg will have to tread carefully, though—or she may soon be running for her life . . .
About The Author
Kate Dyer-Seeley writes the Pacific Northwest Mystery Series for Kensington Publishing, featuring a young journalist, Meg Reed, who bills herself as an intrepid adventurer in order to land a gig writing for Northwest Extreme. Only Meg’s idea of sport is climbing onto the couch without spilling her latte.
She lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband and son, where you can find her hitting the trail, at an artisan coffee shop, or at her favorite pub. Better yet—at all three.
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