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READ ✓ Murder She Wrote Martinis and Mayhem Murder She Wrote ✓ Cabot Cove Maine's most famous mystery author Jessica Fletcher is excited about promoting her new book in glamourous San Francisco She can't wait for drinks and dinner on Fisherman's Wharf a ride on the cable cars and a romantic rendezvous with ScottishCabot Cove Maine's most famous mystery author Jessica Fletcher is excited about promoting her new book in glamourous. Martinis Mayhem ticked a lot of boxes for me Firstly I have worked in prison so the opening chapters were obviously big draws for me Secondly I have always been interested in San Francisco but never visited This therefore was a thrill And finally the gay subplot was something very close to home for me I am gay and so it was nice to see this series being so mixed in terms of characters’ sexuality Several issues however George Sutherland may be a huge favourite with plenty of fans but not so much with me He’s okay and well characterised I understand he is actually based on Donald Bain’s father but I feel he is too much His Scottish phrases were overdone—constantly put in for no apparent reason that I can see I don’t like this “almost romance” between he and Jessica It’s not true to what we see onscreen and therefore it is difficult to imagine it happening with Angela Lansbury playing it Jessica is like a tittering schoolgirl around him insisting that he extend his plans to involve her which is a bit selfish considering he is in San Fran for work purposes Otherwise it was very enjoyable as I have said

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San Francisco She can't wait for drinks and dinner on Fisherman's Wharf a ride on the cable cars and a romantic rende. I love this author When I read these books its like I'm sitting in Jessica's kitchen having coffee or tea and hearing about her latest adventure Watch the show everyday and read the books as much as possible

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Murder She Wrote Martinis and Mayhem Murder She WroteZvous with Scottish policeman George Sutherland She doesn't know that solving a murder may be penciled into her agend. Part of my 2020 GR challenge is to reread the entire Murder She Wrote series or at least the entirety of what I consider canon in series order My review of A Date with Murder is the most popular review I've written to date and will give you some indication of why I consider Hook Line and Murder the end of this seriesJessica is in San Francisco to promote her latest novel As part of her tour she visits the Women's Correctional Facility to speak with some of the inmates about keeping a journal She is struck by a beautiful blonde woman who asks whether or not she's ever falsely accused one of her characters in one of her novels This leads to an interesting side debate When Jessica leaves the facility she discovers that the blonde woman has slipped her journal into Jessica's bag and she begins to read it out of curiosityTurns out the beautiful blond is Kimberly Steffer who was infamously convicted of her husband's murder three years earlier based on a purely circumstantial case There aren't many who believe Kimberly is actually guilty of the crime and Jessica soon finds herself among those ranks She starts digging around a bit and is almost thrown off the Golden Gate Bridge for her troubles With the help of her friend Scotland Yard Inspector George Sutherland she is determined to get to the bottom of the mystery and set Kimberly freeThis was a 'new' read for me It was impulsively readable and better than the last couple in the series though I wouldn't exactly call it good The resolution of the murder mystery was just a little OTT and eyeroll inducing view spoilerEveryone including Jessica fawned over Kimberly to such a degree that I was half convinced that she'd done it and that would be the big reveal she'd framed herself and was trading on her looks to try to gain her freedom Frankly that would've made a interesting story and would've made a lot sense than the three man conspiracy trio that did do the deed hide spoiler