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If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? A dead man in the cemetery, another in the bakery. Ellen McKenzie has to find the killer soon The guest list is growing and Ellen's dreams of a small, intimate candlelight ceremony are rapidly disappearing. A major distraction is Ellen's quest to find a new building for Grace House, a halfway house for needy women.
Then she finds old Dr Sadler dead in the cemetery, his head bashed in by the arm of a marble angel. Every suspect is connected to Grace House. After it goes up in flames, all the residents, including one new-born, move in with Ellen and Dan. Will Ellen and Dan ever solve the murders and get their lives back? Read more Read less. Save Extra with 1 offer. To get the free app, enter mobile phone number. See all free Kindle reading apps. Don't have a Kindle? Camel Press 15 May Language: Be the first to review this item Would you like to tell us about a lower price? Customer reviews There are no customer reviews yet.
Share your thoughts with other customers. Write a product review. Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon. She volunteers to drive an elderly lady to the cemetary and while there finds the body of an extremely unpleasant physician with deep ties to Grace House. This was a surprisingly good read for me. I like the relationship between Ellen and Dan. Ellen and Dan are equals and they support each other in their endeavors.
Even the secondary characters are well-drawn. I started this series mid-stream, with this book. With his top flirting, Hank had apparently pissed off some women. Eventually, it becomes clear that Hank was supporting the construction of one of the biggest store in the town, which was going to kill several stores and businesses in the town. With that said, Dying for a Change has been brilliantly written. All the characters in the book including the protagonist Ellen are well-rounded and are individuals who will remind the readers of the individuals whom thy have met in real life.
While the MO are so many, it eventually becomes apparent that the threat of a new business venture will be more than a reason to kill someone. While the book initially moved slowly, the introduction of the characters eventually gave the book a fast pace. Ellen is an exceedingly strong woman, who does not stop at anything until she ensures that justice has been served. One day when Elli was walking into a feed, at fairgrounds, she discovers a dead body inside the feed.
The dead body belonged to a man who was a drug dealer. As Ellen looks at the dead body, she cannot help but wonder who may have wanted the young man dead. Several people emerge as the main suspects, and all of the suspects apparently work at the show barn, where her daughter has also taken a summer job.
- Ellen McKenzie - Book Series In Order.
- Obsession Everlasting.
- Done Gone Wrong (Southern Fried Mysteries featuring Avery Andrews).
- Sagesses Vosgiennes : Les savoirs naturalistes dans la vallée de la Plaine (French Edition).
- Pieces Of The Soul(Love & Peace).
- Pokalong in the War with Tarifess (Pokalong and Friends Book 3);
Worried that her daughter may be in danger, Ellen McKenzie begins to ask questions. It did not take long before another dead body was found at the exceedingly prestigious, Arabian show that she came to the realization that she should be able to find the killer first before it is too late. With that said, Ellen McKenzie feels real each time she interacts with her boyfriend, whom she is constantly keeping at a distance so that she can be able to avoid the usual commitment.
The author, Kathleen Delaney dealt exceedingly well with the horse show set and in the process gave out important information that is not easy to find. The third book in the Ellen McKenzie book series has been set in the wine country, California. In this book, we meet once again with Ellen McKenzie a real estate expert and a sleuth who has a connection with the local police. However, Ellen can do nothing but instead make them feel welcomed.
Eventually, Sabrina convinces Ellen to assist her in organizing an upscale dinner which is going to be held where Mark works as a wine master. A majority of the readers will be somehow pleased that the chef ended up dead. Overall, this is a well-written mystery that is not only full of likeable characters but it also gives a lot on insights into wine and wine tasting. Much attention is paid to the grim facts of domestic violence and dark family secrets and the author blends those themes well with the usual cozy attributes.
The result is appealing and a bit edgy. I must also commend the author, and perhaps her editor, for a job well done when it comes to writing style and the quality of the actual product—what a pleasure it is to read a good story with attention paid to such pesky details as grammar and spelling!
Delaney has given her fans a nice follow-up to And Murder for Dessert and I will look forward to the next in the series as well as the first in the new series she has making the rounds with her agent. Reviewed by Lelia Taylor, November May 11, Denise Zendel rated it liked it. She volunteers to drive an elderly lady to the cemetery and while there finds the body of an extremely unpleasant physician with deep ties to Grace House. This was a surprisingly good read for me.
I like the relationship between Ellen and Dan. Ellen and Dan are equals and they support each other in their endeavors. Even the secondary characters are well-drawn. I started this series mid-stream, with this book. I think it makes the stories better. Jun 28, Jeannie and Louis Rigod rated it it was amazing. This novel was excellent in all sorts of ways. I love the characters as they span several generations and show them all to an excellent advantage.
The sleuth is a woman in her forties that happens to be getting married to the local Chief of Police within a short time. Ellen McKenzie has a delightful sense of humor and balance which serves her well in the unexpected and shocking situations she finds herself thrown into. Her groom, Dan Dunham is very human and also has a layer of sophistication tha This novel was excellent in all sorts of ways.
Her groom, Dan Dunham is very human and also has a layer of sophistication that often cozy authors leave out. Their friends and family are well represented as well. The location is a small town in California, Santa Louisa. I sense I live near this fictional town but not exactly clear where it is. They have bakeries, which from my earliest childhood, are listed as my favorite stores to visit. If I had any complaints it was not having any recipes included.
The mysteries were contemporary, action-filled, startling and pulled at my heart strings. You should read this book to find the other qualities which I haven't listed. I hope to find more novels by Ms. Apr 20, Skeeter Jorgensen rated it really liked it. I liked the story, twists and turns, hard to figure out the end, until you get to the end!
Murder Half-Baked by Kathleen Delaney is anything but a half-baked mystery. Delaney has the recipe down pat to serve up a mystery that leaves the reader satisfied yet ready for the next installment. The heroine, Ellie, could be your next-door neighbor--if you're lucky. Complex love-hate relationships--the kind we encounter in real life-- I liked the story, twists and turns, hard to figure out the end, until you get to the end! Complex love-hate relationships--the kind we encounter in real life-- provide ample motives for the book's murders and lots of suspects. There's humor in the frosting, too, not to mention a little romance.
A solid, traditional mystery that's fun to read. Dec 12, Ellis Vidler rated it it was amazing Shelves: I really enjoyed this book. The characters are likeable well, most of them and interesting and the plot kept my attention. Even though it starts out at a shelter for abused women, the story is upbeat.
When the women move in with Ellen, who's trying to plan her Christmas wedding, one disaster after another happens. There's lots of food and the bakery scenes will make your mouth water--I'd really love to find a Lemon Semolina Cake.
Murder Half-Baked (Ellen McKenzie, book 4) by Kathleen Delaney
The writing is smooth and the story flows easily from Ms. Delane I really enjoyed this book. I highly recommend this book for cozy mystery fans--it's one of the best I've read. Dec 27, Sherry rated it liked it Shelves: This book is an entertaining sweet baked goods figure strongly in this story read.
The setting is Grace House a home for battered women. The Bakery employs one of the women, a young woman who is astonishingly gifted at baking. The victim is an old curmudgeon of a Doctor who is visiting his wife's grave when he is attacked.
The story rambles a bit, but is full of vivid descriptions and relationships. Some scenes go on a little long. She keeps me guessing who is the perpetrator.
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I give it three This book is an entertaining sweet baked goods figure strongly in this story read. I give it three stars. It is also a Kindle subscription free bee.