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At Wick's End (Candlemaking, Bk 1)
At Wick's End - Candlemaking, Bk 1
Author: Tim Myers
Harrison Black knows nothing about candlemaking. But when he inherits his Great-Aunt Belle's candle shop, At Wick's End, he's ready to take on the challenge. Then, when someone vandalizes Belle's apartment, Harrison realizes that he's also inherited a whole lot of trouble -- for his great-aunt's death seems more and more ...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780425194607
ISBN-10: 0425194604
Publication Date: 2/3/2004
Pages: 179
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 96 ratings
Publisher: Berkley
Book Type: Paperback
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reviewed At Wick's End (Candlemaking, Bk 1) on + 406 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 4
I really enjoyed this book. It is simple, easy to read, mildly amusing, moderately clever, and extremely comfortable. Hmmm. I guess that what a good cozy should be, eh? It's short and pleasant. I look forward to the rest of the series and I guess I'll have to try his other series, as well. Recommended for cozy lovers everywhere.
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Helpful Score: 3
This was an excellent book! I really liked Tim Myers' style of writing and appreciated how he can effectively write a cozy mystery from a man's point of view. I had hoped the murderer would be a different character because I wanted them to be out of the series, lol...
I also liked the effect Myers used to cause the reader to trust and like Harrison, by ending most of his dialogue with "I admitted". It just made me love Harrison and his honesty! :)
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First book I've read by this author, I will be picking up more. Great characters & excellent mystery. Quick read.
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Enjoyed this first in the series very much. Good story, cozy, clean, clean and clean. He continues to please, a fast paced story and a real pleasure to read. With all of the names he writes under and his own, I hope he continues in this same breath of fresh air style. Delightful characters included.
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This is an interesting new series set in a candle shop. First in the series.
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At Wicks End by Tim Myers
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Candlemaking, I've only briefly tried my hand at the simple poured candles, but a cozy mystery set in a candle shop, well that is right up my alley.

The book starts with a phone call, telling Harrison that his great0aunt has passed away and that he has inherited her candlemaking shop, along with the whole building that houses the shop, including some other craft type stores and an apartment upstairs.

The more Harrison gets to know the people and how things work, he is not so sure that his aunts death was actually an accident. Of course no one wants to believe that so it is up to Harrison to figure out what really happened. All the while learning the candle making craft and how to be a shop owner and a landlord.

This was a short book, quick read and the characters were fairly well written, enough so that i wanted to read the next book. I am still finding a few of the characters hard to read and understand, they are being revealed slowly, but i am interested enough to keep reading.

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I enjoyed this mystery, and look forward to the rest!
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1st in the Harrison Black (candle shop owner) series

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