Another of my favorite authors of 'cozy' murder mysteries. A fast read and with a little humor.
Another good one...am trying to read all her books
This is yet another entry in Daheim's B&B series. It's a good read, although very much a cozy mystery.
Fun read with some funny situations.
On the order of Evanovich... Schlock-ish and predictable but enjoyable.
A week of mayhem -as- usual at Hillside Manor kicks off with arrival of a mysterious "Mr. Smith" and his floozie "Mrs." from New York City - and it accelerates into chaos when Mr. Smith himself kicks off, a victim of the foulest of plays. Judith is shocked to learn that her now defunct roomer was actually "Legs Benedict - hit man fior the notorious Fusilli Family- and that virtually every other guest at her B&B had reason to want him dead. Will Judith find the murderer?
If you love Mary Haheim, this one does not fail to please! There are so many twists and turns along the way!
Great characters. Witty and readable. A fun series.
A little bit older style, but what a great classic tale.
A week of "mayhem-as-usual" at Hillside Manor kicks off with the arrival of a mysterious "Mr Smith" and his floozie "Mrs" from New York City - and it accelerates into chaos when Mr. Smith himself kicks off, a victim of the foulest of plays. Hostess Judith McMonigle Flynn is shocked to learn that her now-defunct roomer was actually "Legs Benedict - hit man for the notorious Fusili Family - and that virtually every other guest at her B & B had good reason to want Legs broken. Judith's policeman-hubby Joe is understandably peeved that homicide happened (again) under his own roof. And when the FBI moves in - more interested in nabbing a Nazi nutcase than a malicious mobster murderer - thelocal cops clear out, leaving Judith, Joe, and irrepressible cousin Renie to find out who whacked the wiseguy before the hits keep coming.