Book Reviews of A Midsummer Night's Scream (Jane Jeffry, Bk 15)

A Midsummer Night's Scream  (Jane Jeffry, Bk 15)
A Midsummer Night's Scream - Jane Jeffry, Bk 15
Author: Jill Churchill
ISBN-13: 9780060097981
ISBN-10: 0060097981
Publication Date: 2004
Pages: 240
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 33 ratings
Publisher: William Morrow
Book Type: Hardcover
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Helpful Score: 2
A little more predictable than some of the earlier books, but still enjoyable. I'm disappointed this seems to be the end of the series, as I really enjoyed it.
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Helpful Score: 2
A nice mystery involving Jane and Shelley. This series is lighthearted, with no swearing or x rated scenes, so they are very appropriate for teen readers who like murder mysteries. I am not a teen, but enjoy them, too!
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Helpful Score: 1
This is another Jane Jeffry Mystery. This time Jane and her friend Shelley get involved in the theater. Murder is the cue for Jann's long time friend to Detective Mel Van dyne to make his entrance. These are great books and I have enjoyed them all.
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Helpful Score: 1
One of the less satisfying entries in the Jane Jeffry series, but still a nice quick read!
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Helpful Score: 1
Jane is helping Shelly evaluate caterers at a theatre Shelly's husband has donated to the local college. A lackluster play is being produced, and a member of the production is killed. No one seems to care much, and Mel actually asks Jane and Shelly for their opinions on the case. That's a big departure from the character's usual behavior, where he constantly warns Jane to keep her nose out of his murder investigation.

Perhaps this series has reached it's end. The stories seem to be going downhill a bit. Well, how many murders can a housewife, even one with a cop boyfirend, be involved in?

I know I'll continue to read the series for at least
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This is the 15th book in the Jane Jeffry Mystery series. As cozys go, this one is very cozy. But I still enjoyed it. It is the first I have read from this series, and I intend to order the others. This one deals with an amatuer theater group. One person gets murdered, and another is injured. While Jane and her friend, Shelly are not really slueths, they are working the theater, so are involved...but it is actually Jills boyfriend, who is a cop, that solves the murder.
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Part of a series. Jane Jeffry, suburban homemaker, crime solver, writer, and now caterer, gets mixed up in a murder at a local theater.
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Part of the Jane Jeffry series. This one lets Mel her policeman boyfriend solve the mystery almost by himself.
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amusing domestic malice mystery.
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A delightful Jane Jeffry mystery. A suburban mom and her best friend, Shelley Nowack try to bring down the curtain on a killer.
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Did not care this book
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Suburban homemaker, Jane Jeffry, has a new interest, the theatre, but she only has the job of tasting the food catered for the actors.Her friend, Shelley is in the catering business, so Jane helps out. The local theatre group starts off with feuds, ego trips, and power struggles. A young actor ends up dead, and Jane, Shelley and Mel, Jane's detective friend, try to solve the murder.
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always enjoy churchhills mysterys