Book Reviews of A Pint of Murder (Madoc Rys, Bk 1

A Pint of Murder (Madoc Rys, Bk 1
A Pint of Murder Madoc Rys Bk 1
Author: Alisa Craig
ISBN-13: 9780380703340
ISBN-10: 0380703343
Publication Date: 1988
Pages: 186
Rating:
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4 stars, based on 26 ratings
Publisher: Avon Books
Book Type: Paperback
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Love her books!
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Vegetables Can Be Hazardous To Your Health. Or so it would seem in this comic Alisa Craig (Charlotte MacCloud) mystery, part of the series set in her native Canada. If you like comic myteries and don't know Alisa Craig, now's the time to meet her!
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Long time since I read this one, but Charlotte MacLeod (writing as Alisa Craig here), is always amusing and a fun mystery read.
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Whether writing under the pseudonym Alisa Craig or her real name Charlotte MacLeod this lady presents side-splittingly funny mystery farce. Be prepared to laugh at yourself.
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A fairly good mystery. I was looking forward to a good read set in the Maritimes. Most of the characters were not very appealing.
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Charlotte MacLeod AKA Alisa Craig wrote funny cozy mysteries with quirky characters. The Setting for the Royal Mountie Detective Inspector Madoc Rhys mysteries is Canada. This is the first book in the series when Rhys goes undercover posing as a relative of Janet Wadman to solve the murder of her elderly neighbor by home canned green beans gone very bad. Janet is getting over a broken romance and appendicitis and staying on her brother's farm to recover from both. Madoc is the unassuming celebrated mountie who captured the most dangerous criminal in Canadian history. Both the romance and the mystery are good reads.