Book Reviews of Snow Place to Die (Bed-and-Breakfast, Bk 13)

Snow Place to Die (Bed-and-Breakfast, Bk 13)
Snow Place to Die - Bed-and-Breakfast, Bk 13
Author: Mary Daheim
ISBN-13: 9780380785216
ISBN-10: 0380785218
Publication Date: 5/2000
Pages: 304
Rating:
  • Currently 3.4/5 Stars.
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3.4 stars, based on 60 ratings
Publisher: Avon
Book Type: Paperback
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good reading!
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Another great, quick, cozy from Mary Daheim!
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Not her best. She did keep you guessing 'who-dunnit' almost to the end. :^)
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Not her best but it you like corporate silliness, it's okay.
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This is the first book in this bed-and-breakfast series that I've read. I enjoyed it a lot. I really liked Renie. She is a hoot!! Some of her lines cracked me up - like her spunk. Two thumbs up from me!
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B&B hostess Judith McMonigle Flynn's ready to hang up her oven mitts, but irrepressible Cousin Renie needs help catering the telephone company's annual winter retreat at secluded Mountain Goat Lodge. The pay's good, the scenery's to die for- but they never figured there'd be a killer cooking up mischief among this innocuous stew of corporate-climbing phone company ding-a-lings. Unfortunately, Judith and Renie's discovery of the frozen garroted remains of the previous company caterer- missing since last year's shindig- suggests no less, since the same cast of characters is present this time around. It's Dial "M" for Mountain Goat Murder, and a storm's blowing in to boot- leaving Judith and Renie stranded with ten suspects and a corpse...and with nothing better than to put two inquisitive cousins in the Deep Freeze.
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Cousin RRenie needs help catering the telephone company's annual winter retreat at secluded Mountain Goat Lodge. The pay's good, the scenery's to die for - but they never figured there'd be a killer cooking up mischief among this innocuous stew of corporate-climbing phone company ding-a-lings. Its dial M for Mountain Goat Murder.
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Where there's ice there's vice. Zany adventure with a plot that would make Dame Agatha proud.
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B&B hostess Judith McMonigle Flynn's ready to hang up her oven mitts, but irrepressible Cousin Renie needs help catering the telephone company's annual winter retreat at secluded Mountain Goat Lodge. The pay's good, the scenery's to die for - but they never figured there'd be a killer cooking up mischief among this innocuous stew of corporate-climbing phone company ding-a-lings. Unfortunately, Judith and Renie's discovery of the frozen, garroted remains of the previous company caterer - missing since last year's shindig - suggests no less, since the same cast of characters is present this time around. It's Dial "M" for Mountain Goat Murder, and a storm's blowing in to boot - leaving Judith and Renie stranded with ten suspects and a corpse...and with nothing better to do than to reach out and touch a killer who'd like nothing better than to put two inquisitive cousins in the Deep Freeze. (from back cover)
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Add catering to a secluded mountain goat lodge throw in a dash of corporate climbing phone company employees and you get, of course, the dead, frozen, garroted remains of the previous caterer - missing since last year (to start). Funny, wonderful read.
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This became a little confusing with bodies dropping everywhere - and the conclusion was left wanting.