Ask not for whom the wedding bell tolls, it tolls for Judith Monigle Flynn's son Mike - Hillside Manor B&B is packed to the rafters with relatives. Judith witnesses a tuxedo - clad gent tossing a bridal - gowned beauty off the roof of a nearby hotel during her son's rehearsal dinner. Judith is always willing to say I do when it comes to investigating a murder. Part of Mary Daheim bed & breakfast series. If you like Diane Mott Davidson, you will like these.
Eh. Not anywhere near as good as Evanovich but still readable and fairly enjoyable. For some reason, the "heroine" comes off extremely prissy which is a turn off for me. The setup is that a married Bed and Breakfast owner who is married to a local cop keeps getting involved with murder investigations. Can't say any of the characters are very engaging.
Ask not for whom the wedding bell tolls, it tolls for Judith McMonigle Flynn's son Mike - and Hillside Manor is packed to the rafters with relatives in anticipation of the happy event. At the rehearsal dinner downtown, however, Mama Judith spies something that puts a damper on her unrestrained joy: a tuxedo-clad gent tossing a bridal-gowned beauty off the roof of a nearby hotel. Though she's always eager to say "I do!" to amateur sleuthing, Judith's determination to investigate someone else's abruptly abbreviated honeymoon could put stress on her own marital bliss with policeman-hubby Joe. But Judith remains wedded to her mission - and she won't divorce herself from the proceedings until she's gotten to the root of some homicidal hanky-panky surrounding a marriage made in hell. (From back cover)