!!> PDF / Epub ✈ Scots on the Rocks (Bed-and-Breakfast Mysteries, #23) ⚣ Author Mary Daheim – Anguillais.us

Scots on the Rocks (Bed-and-Breakfast Mysteries, #23) When Judith And Her Cousin Renie Go On Vacation In A Remote And Possibly Haunted Scottish Castle Owned By A Rich Whiskey Distillery Baron Strange Things Start Occurring They Meet Harry Gibbs, A Dissolute Young Man Who Is Estranged From His Wife And Is Found Smothered To Death Shortly After Judith And Renie Arrive His Widow, Moira, Is Suspect No 1, Of Course, But There Are Plenty To Go Around Since Harry Was A Real Jerk And Wanted To Run The Petrol Company Moira Inherited From Dear Old Dad Suspects Include Moira S Bastard Half Brother, Blackwell Petroleum S Sleazy CEO, The Wily Comptroller, An Even Wilier Corporate Attorney, The Whisky Baron, Moira S Former Mother In Law Who Mixes Delicious Jams Along With Her Not So Delicious Poisons, Moira S Apparent Lover, And, Last But Not Least, Chuckie, The Dwarfish Epileptic Who Runs Around Castle There S A Ghost, Some Goofy Villagers, And Enough Suspects To Overwhelm Any Police Force, But No Challenge Is Too Daunting For The Cousins.

!!> PDF / Epub ✈ Scots on the Rocks (Bed-and-Breakfast Mysteries, #23)  ⚣ Author Mary Daheim – Anguillais.us
  • Hardcover
  • 368 pages
  • Scots on the Rocks (Bed-and-Breakfast Mysteries, #23)
  • Mary Daheim
  • English
  • 23 June 2017
  • 0060566531

    10 thoughts on “!!> PDF / Epub ✈ Scots on the Rocks (Bed-and-Breakfast Mysteries, #23) ⚣ Author Mary Daheim – Anguillais.us


  1. says:

    The husband s plan a vacation and Judith and Renie find themselves staying in a castle in a small Scottish village While the husband s take off fishing, the ladies are left to their own devices When there is an explosion on the beach by the castle, and the grandson of the caretakers is found dead, Judith can t help but investigate Everyone knows everyone in a small village, but who do people not know is a killer This was a good addition to the Bed and Breakfast series I think it is book 23 The husband s plan a vacation and Judith and Renie find themselves staying in a castle in a small Scottish village While the husband s take off fishing, the ladies are left to their own devices When there is an explosion on t...


  2. says:

    What happens when you give your husband a criteria for your long awaited vacation and let him pick the location Well, that is what happens when Judith and her irascible cousin Renie dream of a vacation by a beach where they can get some much needed rest, and their husbands can go fishing It is February in the Pacific Northwest and they have warmth and sun in their minds Where do they end up, but on an island with a beach, good fishing, and in a castle in Northern Scotland The girls are litera What happens when you give your husband a criteria for your long awaited vacation and let him pick the location Well, that is what happens when Judith and her irascible cousin Renie dream of a vacation by a beach where they can get some much needed rest, and their husbands can go fishing It is February in the Pacific Northwest and they have warmth and sun in their minds Where do they end up, but on an island with a beach, good fishing, and in a castle in Northern Scotland The girls are literally dumped at the island left on their own as their husbands go off for a day of fishing that turns into a...


  3. says:

    I picked this up because I like what are often called tea cosies mysteries, I liked the play of words in the title and others in the series , and I read lots of great reviews about this series fromreaders I was quite disappointed, however I found the main characters Judith and her cousin Renie quite irritating, especially Renie The story also didn t hold much interest for me, and I found the writing style frustrating as well I am not a fan of writers who overuse exclamation point I picked this up because I like what are often called tea cosies mysteries, I liked the play of words in the title and others in the series , and I read lots of great reviews about this series fromreaders I was quite disappo...


  4. says:

    I thoroughly enjoy the antics of the cousins featured in the Bed and Breakfast Mystery series This story takes them to a castle in Scotland where the local police think they are CIA and willing draw them into the investigation of several gruesome deaths With Judith s curi...


  5. says:

    Judith adn Renie are at it again, once again abandoning their aging mothers, jobs and husbands to go on a murder mystery weekend on the emerald isle The characters are hard to keep track of, but as with the rest of the series you can t help but to root for the cousins in crime solving.


  6. says:

    Probably the dork in me that enjoys these mysteries I just find them amusing in a Murder She Wrote sort of way.


  7. says:

    I have an affinity for cozy mysteries They generally aren t written in pursuit of a spot on the bestseller list rather, cozies are written to give the reader a sense of comfort and calm ironically, by way of murder My mom read cozies to escape her three eccentric young daughters and grumpy husband one daughter, the artist, painted five foot tall green flowers on the side of the freshly painted rental when she was four the adventurous daughter asked which way north was, and was found by ne I have an affinity for cozy mysteries They generally aren t written in pursuit of a spot on the bestseller list rather, cozies are written to give the reader a sense of comfort and calm ironically, by way of murder My mom read cozies to escape her three eccentric young daughters and gru...


  8. says:

    While I very much enjoy a cozy mystery, this fell short in my opinion I had heard good things about this author s style and I was terribly disappointed I tried for two weeks to read past the fifth chapter and the author not only repeated herself, but contradicted herself several times Enough times that I donated the book to the library AND apologized for doing so Cozy mysteries can sometimes be formulaic in nature, but we enjoy them for the fun characters, cozy settings, and general who did While I very much enjoy a cozy mystery, this fell short in my opinion I had heard good things about this author s style and I was terribly disappointed I tried for two weeks to read past the fifth chapter and the author not only repeated herself, but contradicted herself several times Enoug...


  9. says:

    The mystery has center stage for this book, which takes place in Scotland, at a Castle that has been somewhat turned into a Bed and Breakfast I have to say that I didn t quite see how the setup was all that believable One family owns the castle, the previous owners work for him, there s a company in town causing all kinds of mischief with a wife not devoted to her husband and all sorts You name it, this book has it, including a hamster that rides around in the back of a pizza delivery guy s c The mystery has center stage for this book, which takes place in Scotland, at a Castle that has been somewhat turned into a Bed and Breakfast I have to say that I didn t quite see how the setup was all that belie...


  10. says:

    This is my first time reading any of Daheim s books, and I have to say that I was disappointed I needed summer beach reading material and was intrigued by a Scotland based murder mystery, so I chose this I was excited at the beginning, then bored in the middle and confused at the end The middle dragged on because there seemed to be no end of plot twists and new things to add to the story, and at some points I said to myself, Alright I get that everyone knows each other So whodunnit And a This is my first time reading any of Daheim s books, and I have to say that I was disappointed I needed summer beach reading material and was intrigued by a Scotland based murder mystery, so I chose this I was excited at the beginning, then bored in the middle and confused at the end The middle dragged on because there seemed to be no end of plot twists and new things to add to the story, and at some points I said to myself, Alright I get that everyone knows each other So whodunnit And at the end, I guess I never really understood whodunnit , or why There were too many characters to keep track of and I had to keep reminding myself who each one was Some scenarios did not seem likely, such as the fiascos Renie gets herself into Judith, the main character, seemed too sensible and kindhearted for a person that apparently has lots of murders happen on her doorstep Other than that I really enjoyed the setting and some of the descriptions of Scotland It made me want to tr...

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