A Groom with a View is the 11th Jane Jeffry book. Jane is talked into planning a wedding. She is trying to make everything perfect as people are killed around her. This is a great book. I thought I had it figured out, but it fooled me in the end.
Jane Jeffry thinks a remote rundown monastery turned hunt club is an odd place to hold a wedding, but she's being paid to plan the fabulous event.
A Groom with a View is a good book to read when you're being lazy and might want to drift off to sleep. Don't get me wrong. There is a lot of suspense and surprise.
My 1st Jane Jeffry Mystery and probably my last. Just couldn't get into the story. I made myself finish it, but it was hard.
Very entertaining - a good series
A Jane Jeffry mystery about a wedding planning mission gone awry. Suddenly in the mist of the plans one almost participant takes a tumble to their death, leaving Jane to come up with a murderer and a motive.
This was one of the better books in a series that I like a lot.
A reserved, wealthy woman who's still under her father's thumb is getting married at her family's country home, a monastery turned hunt club. Does her groom love her? Is there a buried treasure?
Another good read in the series.
Another cozy mystery with Jill Churchill's subtle humor.
First of hers that I've read. Pretty good cozy. Charming. Complete. Nice.
Suburban housewife Jane Jeffry is trying to make a little extra money by planning an acquaintance's wedding. It's to be held at the bride's family's hunting lodge in the mountains, which is rumored to have a hidden treasure. Things go more or less smoothly until just before the wedding, when Jane has to house the seamstress at the lodge to finish the bridesmaids' dresses on time. But after a storm in the night, the morning finds the seamstress dead at the foot of the stairs, from an apparent fall. However, suspicion is building that it many not have been an accident, and Jane will have to work hard to keep the wedding from turning into a disaster. Churchill's charming cozy series continues to entertain.
I have not read this book. I picked it up at the Sherman Oaks, Ca. Public Library books for a dime shelf for the purpose of trading. I enjoy cozy mysteries a lot though this series is not my cup of tea.