➼ And a Puzzle to Die On (Puzzle Lady Mystery, Book 6) Free ➲ Author Parnell Hall – Pccare247.us

And a Puzzle to Die On (Puzzle Lady Mystery, Book 6)When Nerdy Cruciverbalist Harvey Beerbaum Throws A Birthday Bash For Cora Felton At The Bakerhaven Library, It S No Surprise That The Centerpiece, A Huge Cake Decorated Like A Crossword Puzzle, Is A Complete Bust Until A Corpse Thrown From The Second Floor Stacks Hits It Dead Center And Fills In 14 Down Cora May Hate Birthdays Almost As Much As She Hates Crossword Puzzles But When It Comes To Solving Crimes, No One Can Hold A Candle To The Puzzle Lady.

➼ And a Puzzle to Die On (Puzzle Lady Mystery, Book 6) Free ➲ Author Parnell Hall – Pccare247.us
  • Paperback
  • 384 pages
  • And a Puzzle to Die On (Puzzle Lady Mystery, Book 6)
  • Parnell Hall
  • English
  • 08 March 2017
  • 9780553584356

    10 thoughts on “➼ And a Puzzle to Die On (Puzzle Lady Mystery, Book 6) Free ➲ Author Parnell Hall – Pccare247.us


  1. says:

    Despite the birthday cupcake on the cover, I did not connect the title to the phrase and one to grow on, but rather to hill to die on, so I found the title awkward and annoying, but aside from that, I enjoyed the book I started it at about 8 15, waiting for a bus, and finished it around 1PM on an airplane, reading it straight through it was just right for that.I d read one Puzzle Lady book before, and as it was years ago, I don t remember it very well, but I think I liked this one better and found Cora funnier and engaging Cora the Recovering Alcoholic is way fun than Cora the Alcoholic I have trouble finding anything fun in that Edit I forgot to mention the little detail that amused me the most At one point, someone describes a very unlikely thing as being likelier than the Red Sox winning the World Series.The book wa...


  2. says:

    Read this for my mystery book club It was mildly amusing, but I wouldn t deliberately seek out another title in this series I learned a new word cruciverbalist That is someone who makes crossword puzzles.


  3. says:

    Cora Felton, the eccentric Puzzle Lady, is up to her old tricks again Along with her brainy niece Sherry, the unlikely crime solving duo match wits with a killer hiding behind an unsolved puzzle twenty years old Lately the biggest mystery is how many candles to put on the cake of Bakerhaven s favorite puzzle lady That is until Cora s birthday wish is granted a juicy case filled with sex, scandal, and mayhem Too bad it s two decades old and already solved Darryl Daigue is serving a life sentence for one of the most heinous murders in town history But his story leaves room for doubt and might even point to the real killer Enlisting the help of her reluctant niece Sherry, Cora delves into a case as ominous as the crosswords arriving in her daily e mail When her 1 suspect turns up dead and another corpse quickly follows, Cora s certain the clues spell murder any way you look at them Someone is clearly willing to kill and keep killing to stop her from solving this murderous conundrum Can Sherry keep her feisty aunt alive to see her next birthday back coverAnd Cora is nothing if not feisty And nuts Half a block away from the house, Cora cut her lights, pulled to the curb, and got out She walked up next to the black sedan, rapped on the window.A flat faced man with a broken nose and cauliflower ears looked surpr...


  4. says:

    When the best things about the book are the actual word puzzles sprinkled throughout you know you re in trouble As a word puzzle fan I had high hopes for this, but it just didn t deliver on any level The plot was so convoluted that even the reveal had me crossing my eyes The dramatic courtroom scene was ridiculously unrealistic I wanted to skim but couldn t because ...


  5. says:

    This was a fun mystery overall, Cora the Puzzle Lady got to run amok than usual She even had a judge enthralled by her antics of zero legal knowledge just orneriness in battling a simple charge and preliminary hearing I wasn t so happ...


  6. says:

    3 Good


  7. says:

    My mother gave me this book recently for no particular reason, and I promise you I would never have read it otherwise There s not much to say about it It s a mystery, in a series where the gimmick is that an elderly lady is famous in her small town for being The Puzzle Lady a successful crossword constructor But the real constructor is the Puzzle Lady s niece, and the elderly lady is just a young acting grandma with a sharp mind and a smart mouth and a penchant for solving crimes.The book is peppered with real crossword and anacrostic puzzles to be solved I m sure someone is geeking out on this somewhere I confess even I enjoyed the concept, and completing the puzzles The mystery itself however left me completely cold The plot is too convoluted to be engrossing in the end when the reveal comes it s tedious and barely makes sense Then the denouement drags on for an extraneous boring chapter I also didn t care about any of the characters, and didn t like the Puzzle Lade herself very much She seems like a receptacle for a lot of worn out cliches and a lot of jokes I never found to be funny the first time around let alone the fiftieth She s an old lady but likes to drink and party and act young and gasp ta...


  8. says:

    Puzzle Lady Cora Felton is hiding from her birthday by digging into a 20 year old murder Why is someone interested in the case now Is the real killer behind bars The plot contains plenty of twists, but I felt the ending was overly convoluted There was plenty of word play, which is why I read the series, so I loved that Those who read for the cross word puzzles might be disappointed to learn they are unrelated to the...


  9. says:

    Normally detective characters are sometimes pushy and determinedly track down clues with ways that may or may not be the most legal But is there anyone s house this lady didn t break into I found the main character, Cora, to be a bit frustrating She kept going about her own way doing w...


  10. says:

    Admirable entry in Hall s series featuring a feisty elder who is having a birthday she doesn t care to recognize even though she receives crossword puzzles from famous puzzle writers giving her clues to solve the latest mystery Fun read.

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