Book Reviews of The Flaming Luau of Death (Madeline Bean, Bk 7)

The Flaming Luau of Death (Madeline Bean, Bk 7)
The Flaming Luau of Death - Madeline Bean, Bk 7
Author: Jerrilyn Farmer
ISBN-13: 9780060587314
ISBN-10: 0060587318
Publication Date: 12/1/2005
Pages: 288
Rating:
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.
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4 stars, based on 34 ratings
Publisher: Avon
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 3
Excellent, as usual! This is # 7 in the series and it takes place in Hawaii instead of the usual L.A. Great plot, great characters. Farmer is one of the best there is when it comes to the Cozy mystery!
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"Hula lessons! Passion fruit martinis! A dead body washing in on the warm island tides? Does Mad Bean know how to throw a luau or what?
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Helpful Score: 3
One of the best books in a very fun and lite hearted mystery series.
You will enjoy it!
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From Publishers Weekly: "Magnum PI meets The Bachelorette in Farmer's zany eighth adventure starring Madeleine Bean, the L.A. party-organizing whiz who attracts murder and mayhem as much as she does glamorous clients. Maddie is planning a surprise, all-expenses-paid bridal shower at the Four Heavens Resort on Hawaii's big island for her friend and assistant, Holly Nichols. Only problem is, Holly, who's "a magnet for weird males," confesses before departure that she might still be Holly Dubinsky, the wife of geeky Marvin Dubinsky, whom she married while drunk in Vegas after their high school prom. Of course, that's no reason to cancel a partyso Maddie and business partner Wesley Wescott decide to grab Holly, her sisters, best friend and go, even if Holly has also begun receiving ominous e-mails (e.g., "Give us Marvin and we'll leave you alone"). And sure enough, upon arrival, Holly's accosted by a mysterious Hawaiian male who later turns up dead, and the bridesmaids' beauty weekend begins to spin out of control with dangerous luaus, weird dolphin connections, scary Japanese mobsters and hot wasabi moments. Fans of lighter mystery fare will be in heaven." Copyright © Reed Business Information
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Fun read!
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Another cozy with a culinary theme.
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Did not like, did not finish.
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When Holly Nichols sets her wedding date, trendy L.A. party-planner Madeline Bean decides to throw her top assistant the hippest and most lavish bridal shower on the planet. The guests embark on a "destination" party to a fabulous and exclusive spa/resort in Hawaii. The salt-rubs! The paraffin pedicures! The dead body in the mud bath! Ew.

It doesn't help matters when Holly confesses to Maddie that she can't really go through with the upcoming wedding after all. In her effort to smooth the matrimonial path for her dear friend, Madeline must track down the mystery man Holly may have married ten years earlier and never actually got around to divorcing. How hard can that be?

Well, with the elusive gentleman in question running from a gang of rare vegetable smugglers, the bridal shower guests imbibing in one "Bridesmaid Mojito" too many, the current fiancÉ developing an allergy to scandal, and a murderer on the loose, it looks like anything but clear sailing down the aisle for one of Mad Bean's best employees.