Book Reviews of Mom Meets Her Maker (Mom, Bk 2)

Mom Meets Her Maker (Mom, Bk 2)
Mom Meets Her Maker - Mom, Bk 2
Author: James Yaffe
ISBN-13: 9780373260676
ISBN-10: 0373260679
Publication Date: 2/1/1991
Pages: 220
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 19 ratings
Publisher: Worldwide Library
Book Type: Paperback
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Not only was Dave's mother a great cook, but she had an amazing knack - between the chopped liver and the strudel - for solving his most difficult murder cases. Possibly because no detail, no matter how trivial, ever escaped that rattrap brain of hers.

When the Reverend Chuck Candy is found dead three days before Christmas, it's more than ill-times murder. It's a complex case of religious fanatacism, illicit affairs and small-town bigotry. Dave - an inverstigator for the public defender - believes an innocent man is being framed. And he knows only one person in Mesa Grande, Colorado, can untangle the web of unlikely connections and sinister intentions: Mom.
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This one is fast, fun, and a different cop-heroine pairing at last!
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Mom is at it again! Between chopped liver and strudel, she has questions about a recent murder of a Reverend. It's a sory of bigotry, greed, and Christmas frenzy. A very good read - funny.
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This is a delightful cosy, with a young detective and his aging mom as the sleuths. The victim is one you love to hate, and the characterizations are interesting. A good read!
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this book is not well known, but it is hilarious.
i strongly recommend it
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Not only was Dave's mother a great cook, but she had an amazing knack -- between the chopped liver and the strudel -- for solving his most difficult murder cases. Possibly because no detail, no matter how trivial, ever escaped that rattrap brain of hers. â When the Reverend Chuck Candy is found dead three days before Christmas, it's more than ill-timed murder. It's a complex case of religious fanaticism, illicit affairs and small-town bigotry. Dave -- an investigator for the public defender -- believes an innocent man is being framed. And he knows only one person in Mesa Grande, Colorado, can untangle the web of unlikely connections and sinister intentions: Mom.