Book Reviews of A Quiche Before Dying (Jane Jeffry, Bk 3)

A Quiche Before Dying (Jane Jeffry, Bk 3)
A Quiche Before Dying - Jane Jeffry, Bk 3
Author: Jill Churchill
ISBN-13: 9780380769322
ISBN-10: 0380769328
Publication Date: 2/1/1993
Pages: 192
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 92 ratings
Publisher: Avon
Book Type: Paperback
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This series is sort of fun. I was waiting for the first book to get started, but when it didn't arrive started with this one and was able to pick up the storyline just fine. Cute mystery, if a little predictable. Nice beach book.
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Good read. Nice to meet Jane's mom.
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I love this series, but this book wasn't my favorite. It started out kind of slow, but did manage to pick up eventually.
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Another winner in this series. I read them as soon as I recieve them. And if you like them, you must read her other Grace and Favor mysteries too!
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Death at the writing classes' potluck supper. Jane Jeffrys to the rescue. I liked the book. The person who signed the inside cover critiqued it as "so-so."
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The third mystery in the Jane Jeffry series is A Quiche Before Dying. Jane and her mother who is visting are taking a writing class. A fellow classmate is murder. Jane tries to figure out who did it before the class ends and the killer gets away with it.

I can't wait for book #4.
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A nice, light, witty mystery.
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Wonderful cozy series.
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A Jane Jeffry mystery.
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I love Jan Jeffry and this is a typical fun mystery of her's.
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A writing class meets for a dinner, the classmates that has nothing good to say about any one begins to babble and drops over dead. Which classmate murdered her? Quiche is a quick read.
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Jill Churchill has great, funny, mysteries.
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Cozy mystery about suburban mom enrolled in writing course at the community college.
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Suburban mom Jane Jeffry grabs the opportunity to enroll in a writing course at the community center. But when a clssmate keels over dead after samling a tasty treat from an impromptu student buffet, Jane realizes that the pen may be mightier than the sword...the poison beats them both. There's a culinary killer among the local would-be literati. And before the demise of a disagreeable old biddy can be written off, Jane plans to cook the culprit's goose in his or her own creative juices.
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This is #3 in the series. Love this series! :-D
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Very nice cosy...well written, quick paced, sometimes amusing, and not a lot of unnecessary padding.
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With the kids packed off on their summer road trips, it's an ideal time for Jane Jeffry to pursue other interests, so the harried suburban mom enrolls in a writing course at the community college. But when an obnoxious aged classmate keels over dead after sampling a tasty treat from a pot luck student buffet, Jane realizes there's a culinary killer among the local would-be literati.

The pen may be mightier than the sword. . .but poison beats them both. And before the both. And before the demise of a very disagreeable old biddy can be written off, amateur sleuth Jane intends to find out who's responsible -- and cook the culprit's goose in his or her own creative juices.