Christmas Cookie Murder Lucy Stone Mystery Book 6 Epub



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  1. Kat Kat says:

    Another great Lucy Stone mystery set in rural Maine Yay for the lobstermen mention This one had a GREAT blend of cozy mystery fun setting and Christmas y themes When Lucy is roped in to hosting the annual Christmas cookie party she doesn’t expect the outcome She winds up snooping around Tinker’s Cove to try to figure out why one of its residents has ended up dead amidst trying to finish up her Christmas shopping and keep her kids out of trouble This had some really funny b plot lines including one that tied into nearly everything about drug prevention which doesn’t sound funny but trust me some of the ways it played out wound up being a hoot this author writes small town life in such a fun oh so believable way The mystery in this one once again kept me guessing all the way until the end Great twists and turns Please excuse typosname misspellings Entered on screen reader


  2. Jonathan Jonathan says:

    Finally I can cross off the 'book set during Christmas' from my library's reading challenge I'm participating in this year I feel like I should've read one long ago but for some reason I hadn't This book fit the billI really like Lucy but as I've stated in many reviews I cannot stomach her husband He is atrocious most of the time I feel like all he does is want dinner watch TV and expect Lucy to fix him lunch It's frustrating and I really wish he'd uietly exit the series but as I know that won't happen He remains a black spot on otherwise a pretty good seriesThis mystery was absolutely wonderful Folks if you want an extremely solid mystery this is the book for you Lucy didn't use badgering tactics when solving the crime and it all just fell into place The killer took me by absolute surpriseOverall a solid book I will read the next one but I think I may space it out a bit than I have with the last few Recommend


  3. Trisha Trisha says:

    making a little vow to herself Tucker's murderer would be found and punishedI am a huge fan of cozy mysteries and although I typically like them as audio books they are good books to read uickly and enjoy as well But I don't know if it was the fact that I started the book in the middle of a series or if it was something else but I did not enjoy this oneI found Lucy Stone to be a little unbelievable She just seemed so laid back and easy about somethings like her son eating the cake she made for the party I didn't find the plot terribly engaging and wasn't even guessing on the who done it I just wasn't interested enoughI wish this one had grabbed me but instead I struggled to even finish this small one


  4. Karol Karol says:

    Enjoyed this one uite a lot Lucy is developing as a news reporter for her local Pennysaver As if she needs help finding herself in the middle of an investigation


  5. Aaron Aaron says:

    This is definitely my least favorite Lucy Stone title to date Christmas is once again settling into Tinker's Cove Maine The highlight of Lucy's holiday is often the annual Christmas cookie exchange with a number of her friends but this year proves different The usual host has to pass on that role since she has started a new business in the local artisan mall in town Lucy is than nervous but that doesn't stop her from rising to the occasion only to see things go horribly wrong creating an early end to the evening In a way that is not a bad thing as all the attendees seem to have spent the evening turning on each otherOne of the women brings her new assistant at the local preschool Tucker Whitney seems to be perfect from a wealthy family that owns a cottage along the coast as a summer retreat Tucker came to town after needing to take a break from college to reassess her goals With her new job she has decided to set her sights on a career in early education Unfortunately that proves to not be her fate The day after the cookie exchange she is found strangled to death in her apartmentAfter an arrest is made Lucy and some others can't help but think that the wrong man is being charged Lucy can't help but try and find out who the real killer is She is a proven amateur detective Unfortunately life seems to get in the way when two of her four children find themselves caught up in new no tolerance policy that has largely taken over in our modern culture She gets a lot of insight while covering various local stories for the local newspaper The Pennysaver The uestion is whether she is onto a real story as she tries to figure out who really killed TuckerMy big problem with the book is that it is really dominated not by poor Tucker's death but rather by the various intrigues taking place in town In fact it seems to be totally ignored until the usual uick and high intensity ending found in the books from this series The characters have become interesting as the series as progressed and it is always interesting to see what is happening with all of them but really they are sidelines when reading a mystery at least they should be


  6. Cheryl Bradley Cheryl Bradley says:

    As always it is a pleasure to return to Tinker's Cover and catch up with Lucy Stone once againChristmas is fast approaching and Lucy finds herself offering to host an annual Christmas cookie exchange to keep the tradition alive The cookie exchange just serves to emphasize the friction between the women at the exchange Lucy is doing her best to keep peace among the group especially when Tucker Whitney a new young coworker of Lucy's friend Sue at the childcare center shows up to the exchange Lee Cummings accuses Tucker of being a homewrecker and destroying her marriage to her husband The grand finale of the exchange occurs when a water leak upstairs causes Lucy's ceiling to collapse on the table of cookies for the exchange and Lucy is humiliatedSoon Tucker is found strangled and suspects abide Much of the town seems to think Lee's husband Steven Cummings is responsible for the murder but after having met Steve Lucy has her doubts and feels compelled to investigate the murderMeanwhile Lucy catches her high school son Toby smoking pot and hears that the high school is teeming with drugs It seems unthinkable to Lucy that there is such a drug problem in Tinker's CoveLucy is up to her head trying to catch Tucker's murderer keep Toby in line and filling out his college applications and finish her Christmas shopping and baking Can Lucy find the real killer and survive the holiday in one piece?


  7. Ƹ̴Ӂ̴Ʒ Jenn Ƹ̴Ӂ̴Ʒ Schu Ƹ̴Ӂ̴Ʒ Jenn Ƹ̴Ӂ̴Ʒ Schu says:

    An enjoyable earlier edition in the Lucy Stone mysteries She seemed less in the loop in this particular mystery she gathered tons of crime facts which she doesn't tie together until towards the end This was great since I enjoy playing a role in solving mysteries As usual colorfully described characters with festive scenery a bit of comic relief along with real life drama


  8. Lori Wademan-Rodrigue Lori Wademan-Rodrigue says:

    This book was fantastic from beginning to end Lucy Stone had me laughing terrified for her and cheering for her If you want a great read this is it


  9. Jennifer Jennifer says:

    Another fine Lucy Stone mystery this one #6 in the seriesIt's close to Christmas and all through the house money is tight the kids are acting up and apparently the town of Tinker's Cove is having a drug problem among the high school kids The lobster uota has stressed the townspeople and a young woman is found dead The most obvious suspect isn't in Lucy's mind I really like the way that these stories are presented in a mature way Yes there's humor but there area also everyday issues to deal with Our Lucy is like a pit bull; when she gets a notion it's hard to shake it This notion almost causes her to come to grief Unlike some of the cozies out there wthi 20 something heroines that fall in love with the first moving male Lucy's relationship with her husband and family is very realistic Perhaps that is one of the reasons I enjoy this series so muchWell written A plausible scenario and a wow I didn't see that coming ending All in all an enjoyable read


  10. Mickey Mickey says:

    So fun and entertaining


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