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FREE MOBI ð DOC Scone Cold Dead 9780758216458 Ò NATURALTREATMENT ↠ With one solved murder case under her dance belt Liss has no idea she’s about to spiral into another Liss still misses the life of a professional dancer with Strathspey the Scottish dance company she belonged to So she arranges a receptBut she has no idea how miserable until Victor bites into one of Liss’s prized cocktail scones collapses and dies When the police set their sights on Liss and her best friends it’s up to Liss to find out whodunit before this culinary killer makes an encor This was not as good as the first one nor the later one I read out of order but I didn't hate it I read some of the reviews and while I agreed with some of them this series was not meant to be great literature Lighten up It's a lighthearted little mystery with characters that some may hate not agree with or hope they're the next victim but it isn't as bad as some people thought Or perhaps not uite as good as others rated it It's a pleasant cozy not so mysterious mystery with lots of stuff about Maine and some stuff about Scotland

Scone Cold DeadBut she has no idea how miserable until Victor bites into one of Liss’s prized cocktail scones collapses and dies When the police set their sights on Liss and her best friends it’s up to Liss to find out whodunit before this culinary killer makes an encor This was not as good as the first one nor the later one I read out of order but I didn't hate it I read some of the reviews and while I agreed with some of them this series was not meant to be great literature Lighten up It's a lighthearted little mystery with characters that some may hate not agree with or hope they're the next victim but it isn't as bad as some people thought Or perhaps not uite as good as others rated it It's a pleasant cozy not so mysterious mystery with lots of stuff about Maine and some stuff about Scotland

BOOK æ Scone Cold Dead É Kaitlyn Dunnett

Scone Cold Dead ↠ With one solved murder case under her dance belt Liss has no idea she’s about to spiral into another Liss still misses the life of a professional dancer with Strathspey the Scottish dance company she belonged to So she arranges a reception for the troupe whe I am continuing my research to avoid contradicting myself on details about people and places in the book #13 in the series I'm writing now An aside I shouldn't read one and two and sometimes three star reviews of my own books It's depressing Some people just don't like my protagonist Okay I get that I don't like all the characters in books I read either But I wish some of the commenters didn't have to be uite so nasty about it Liss is what she is I wrote her that way deliberately As for the murderer being too obvious well yes there are clues along the way that Liss misses It's called playing fair with the reader It's also a tactic I was trying perhaps unsuccessfully? to use to make readers think that person was TOO obvious to be the real villain Personally it doesn't bother me at what point in a mystery I figure out who dunnit I'm interested in following the character's journey of discovery and in seeing how she or he pieces the clues together or fails to The ending of this one is still one of my favorites just a little bit goofy after all I AM writing in the humorous cozies with eccentric characters sub genre but logical in its own way BOOK æ Scone Cold Dead É Kaitlyn Dunnett

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Kaitlyn Dunnett É Scone Cold Dead MOBI N they’re on tour complete with a Scottish theme that includes a new spin on the classic Scottish SconeLiss soon realizes life in the group isn’t all happy jigs and fancy stepping Victor Owens the company manager has been making life miserable for everyone The second book in the Liss MacCrimmon series wasn't as interesting as the first one I liked the setting of a Scottish emporium in Maine and the characters were good but the story just wasn't very interesting to me It took a long time for me to get into a relatively short book and I figured out the killer pretty easily I guess I'm just not a huge fan of the mystery cozy style