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In this charming madcap entry in the New York Times and USA Today bestselling Bed-and-Breakfast series, innkeeper and amateur sleuth Judith McMonigle Flynn’s plans for a relaxing vacation go awry when she realizes her fellow guests have a different kind of getaway planned Vacations can be murder. No one knows that better than Judith McMonigle Flynn, owner of Seattle’s popul In this charming madcap entry in the New York Times and USA Today bestselling Bed-and-Breakfast series, innkeeper and amateur sleuth Judith McMonigle Flynn’s plans for a relaxing vacation go awry when she realizes her fellow guests have a different kind of getaway planned Vacations can be murder. No one knows that better than Judith McMonigle Flynn, owner of Seattle’s popular Hillside Manor B&B. After a busy summer, she desperately needs some R&R. Leave it to her thoughtful husband, Joe, to surprise her with a trip to the Canadian Rockies. Thrilled to be getting away, Judith’s overjoyed when Cousin Renie and Bill agree to join them. Though the husbands have made the arrangements, how bad can a short time away in the beautiful mountains be? Judith and Renie are about to find out! While the accommodations certainly leave something to be desired, the other guests are the real prize. They’ve gathered on the mountainside to give a relative a proper and permanent send-off—a nice gesture, until Judith realizes that paying their respects might be a little premature . . . without some very sinister assistance. Now, it’s up to her and Renie to save a would-be corpse from an early date with the undertaker.


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In this charming madcap entry in the New York Times and USA Today bestselling Bed-and-Breakfast series, innkeeper and amateur sleuth Judith McMonigle Flynn’s plans for a relaxing vacation go awry when she realizes her fellow guests have a different kind of getaway planned Vacations can be murder. No one knows that better than Judith McMonigle Flynn, owner of Seattle’s popul In this charming madcap entry in the New York Times and USA Today bestselling Bed-and-Breakfast series, innkeeper and amateur sleuth Judith McMonigle Flynn’s plans for a relaxing vacation go awry when she realizes her fellow guests have a different kind of getaway planned Vacations can be murder. No one knows that better than Judith McMonigle Flynn, owner of Seattle’s popular Hillside Manor B&B. After a busy summer, she desperately needs some R&R. Leave it to her thoughtful husband, Joe, to surprise her with a trip to the Canadian Rockies. Thrilled to be getting away, Judith’s overjoyed when Cousin Renie and Bill agree to join them. Though the husbands have made the arrangements, how bad can a short time away in the beautiful mountains be? Judith and Renie are about to find out! While the accommodations certainly leave something to be desired, the other guests are the real prize. They’ve gathered on the mountainside to give a relative a proper and permanent send-off—a nice gesture, until Judith realizes that paying their respects might be a little premature . . . without some very sinister assistance. Now, it’s up to her and Renie to save a would-be corpse from an early date with the undertaker.

30 review for A Case of Bier

  1. 4 out of 5

    Lesa

    If you like the title of Mary Daheim's latest Bed-and-Breakfast mystery, A Case of Bier, you'll probably enjoy the book more than I did. I'm not a fan of broad humor, the hit you in the face, Three Stooges type of humor. But, this is the thirty-first book in the series, so Daheim's mysteries reach their audience. Judith McMonigle Flynn is ready for a vacation away from her popular B&B. But, she and her cousin Renie make the mistake of allowing their husbands to plan the trip to Banff in the C If you like the title of Mary Daheim's latest Bed-and-Breakfast mystery, A Case of Bier, you'll probably enjoy the book more than I did. I'm not a fan of broad humor, the hit you in the face, Three Stooges type of humor. But, this is the thirty-first book in the series, so Daheim's mysteries reach their audience. Judith McMonigle Flynn is ready for a vacation away from her popular B&B. But, she and her cousin Renie make the mistake of allowing their husbands to plan the trip to Banff in the Canadian Rockies. The two women imagined a stay in a luxurious hotel. Instead, they end up in a cheap motel while the men go off on an extended fishing trip. How does Judith entertain herself? She's nosy, so she checks out an unusual gathering of the Stokes family from Nebraska. They have a bier ready to send down the river when the family elder, Codger, dies. According to the family, Codger is ready to go anytime. But, when a body is found with knife wounds, it disappears before the Mounties can investigate. Unfortunately for Sergeant Brewster, RCMP, Judith is on the case. She's been labeled a FASTO, a female amateur sleuth tracking offenders. The fast-paced mystery supplies what passes for humorous dialogue between the cousins. There are multiple opportunies for disappearances of corpses and suspects. "What's a vacation for if we can't find a corpse?" sums up Judith McMonigle Flynn's philosophy and the comic ongoing series. As I said, it's not for me, but those who appreciate puns and broad humor might lap up A Case of Bier.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Joan

    Judith and her cousin Renie stay in Banff while their husbands are off fishing. Camped outside their hotel is a large family of strange hillbilly types. When it appears that grandpa Codger has been murdered and Judith herself sees the knife in his body, none of the family seem upset. Apparently the 102 year old man wanted to go to there to die and have his body sent off on a bier down the river- a request that the family honoured and no body is found. Everyone in this book seems crazy and very u Judith and her cousin Renie stay in Banff while their husbands are off fishing. Camped outside their hotel is a large family of strange hillbilly types. When it appears that grandpa Codger has been murdered and Judith herself sees the knife in his body, none of the family seem upset. Apparently the 102 year old man wanted to go to there to die and have his body sent off on a bier down the river- a request that the family honoured and no body is found. Everyone in this book seems crazy and very unpleasant, especially Renie. Judith is supposed to be the pleasant one, but even she frequently speaks in a snippy manner. What is meant as humour just comes off as nasty. While it was nice to imagine the beauty of Banff, it was annoying to have the author tack an "eh" onto so many of the Canadians' sentences. She doesn't quite grasp how to use the interjection. She tells the mountie that the hotel owner is not Canadian because he does not say "eh" and says "in the hospital" rather that "in hospital". Wrong! Humour is not Mary Daheim's forte. She tries to be funny but fall short.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Brenda

    I know I've been reading this series for a LONG time but #31!!! To keep characters alive and functional this book is set in August 2006. Husbands Joe & Bill arrange a vacation for themselves and their wives, cousins Judith and Serena (Renie). Banff, Alberta, Canada provides beautiful scenery, an expensive hotel, a remote fishing package the 'boys' are excited to attend, leaving the 'girls' to shop, walk & Spa away the hours. What can possibly go wrong? I'm not saying anything else so you I know I've been reading this series for a LONG time but #31!!! To keep characters alive and functional this book is set in August 2006. Husbands Joe & Bill arrange a vacation for themselves and their wives, cousins Judith and Serena (Renie). Banff, Alberta, Canada provides beautiful scenery, an expensive hotel, a remote fishing package the 'boys' are excited to attend, leaving the 'girls' to shop, walk & Spa away the hours. What can possibly go wrong? I'm not saying anything else so you can enjoy the fun and frustrations our favorite cousins encounter. This book does not dwell on previous adventures but does quickly explain the background of the major players so you might be able to read it as a stand alone - I can't honesty say since I've read them all. Enjoy the lovely descriptions of 2006 Banff and a cozy with more than enough quirky characters that make Renie seem boringly normal.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Susan

    Judith Flynn and her cousin Reenie are on vacation in Banff while their husbands fish. Due to a mistake on their husbands' part, they are staying at a motel instead of the lush resort they'd been promised, but that's all right. On their first day, they meet a strange family camping out in the vicinity, and soon Judith is involved in another mystery, and a long-suffering Mountie is finding out about Reenie's peculiar sense of humor. It's hard to explain--or even understand--just what's going on ( Judith Flynn and her cousin Reenie are on vacation in Banff while their husbands fish. Due to a mistake on their husbands' part, they are staying at a motel instead of the lush resort they'd been promised, but that's all right. On their first day, they meet a strange family camping out in the vicinity, and soon Judith is involved in another mystery, and a long-suffering Mountie is finding out about Reenie's peculiar sense of humor. It's hard to explain--or even understand--just what's going on (where did the dead body come from? Why do people keep kidnapping the chambermaid?), but Daheim, after several so-so episodes, seems to have recovered her rather ramshackle but good-humored form.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Angie

    How disappointing!!! I would have given this book a 1 1/2 stars if I could. We all waited months for the release of this book and this is what we got?? Another reviewer suggests that it was written by a ghost writer as it is not up to her usual excellent storytelling. I don't know but I am very sad.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Cheryl

    This book takes place in Canada where the cousins are spending time while their husbands are on a fishing trip. They stumble on a family camping who are there to send their elderly father down the river on a bier. The only problem is he isn’t dead yet, while they sit around waiting Judith goes to visit and finds the man stabbed. She reports it but when the Mounties get there the body is missing. Judith and her cousin are busy trying to figure out who the man really was and what happened to the b This book takes place in Canada where the cousins are spending time while their husbands are on a fishing trip. They stumble on a family camping who are there to send their elderly father down the river on a bier. The only problem is he isn’t dead yet, while they sit around waiting Judith goes to visit and finds the man stabbed. She reports it but when the Mounties get there the body is missing. Judith and her cousin are busy trying to figure out who the man really was and what happened to the body. There is very little about their mothers and all their craziness.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Patty

    I really enjoy this crazy series. It was nice to read about Judith solving another case and Renie worrying about her next meal.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Carol

    Received as a GoodReads giveaway. It's the first book I've read in this series, and probably the last. I liked the sense of humor throughout the book, but the characters were all so unlikable. Judith is extremely nosy; Renie is rude, whiny and constantly hungry; their husbands are selfish, insensitive jerks; and the supporting characters are unrealistic and stereotyped. I know it's a long running series and regular readers probably see more redeeming qualities in them, but I just have this book Received as a GoodReads giveaway. It's the first book I've read in this series, and probably the last. I liked the sense of humor throughout the book, but the characters were all so unlikable. Judith is extremely nosy; Renie is rude, whiny and constantly hungry; their husbands are selfish, insensitive jerks; and the supporting characters are unrealistic and stereotyped. I know it's a long running series and regular readers probably see more redeeming qualities in them, but I just have this book to judge. The plot seemed to fall apart at the end, too, lots of loose ends.

  9. 4 out of 5

    T K Nelson

    This book was on pre-order for over a year as its publication date was delayed over and over again. Perhaps I should have recalled it's often a very large red flag when it comes to a book release having a lengthy delay. One reviewer here mentions the possibility of a ghost writer because this book differs so much from previous in the series. This reads as though multiple writers were given a plot outline and list of characters’ personality quirks then were asked to complete a section of the story This book was on pre-order for over a year as its publication date was delayed over and over again. Perhaps I should have recalled it's often a very large red flag when it comes to a book release having a lengthy delay. One reviewer here mentions the possibility of a ghost writer because this book differs so much from previous in the series. This reads as though multiple writers were given a plot outline and list of characters’ personality quirks then were asked to complete a section of the story. Whoever was responsible for merging all those sections into a final cohesive mystery failed miserably. Whoever wrote the final chapter might possibly have not even read the earlier chapters. I was left with no idea what the book was about ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ (view spoiler)[After reading 270 pages of bickering and over-the-top stereotypes of farmers and Canadians, eh? nothing is resolved. It's not even clear if there was a mystery. Seriously. In what would normally be considered the summation, the main characters and the police are discussing if a crime had even occurred. (hide spoiler)] Perhaps the most unfortunate thing about Case of Bier is readers who are fans of the Bed and Breakfast series have come to know the characters. Previously the entire slate of characters has been humorous and entertaining. This time all characters seem to be written so over-the-top they are either dangerously dim-witted or have short tempers and bad manners. Sadly this is a hard no from me. What a disappointment.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Joan

    I have read most of the Alpine series by Daheim but this is my first in the bed and breakfast series. What a difference. The main characters in this series are less serious and much more random in their attempt to solve a murder mystery. The plot itself is a bit zany and quite complicated. The action takes place in Banff where the Flynns and Joneses are vacationing. There is an odd family from Nebraska camping near the motel. They claim they are waiting for an elderly relative to die and then ful I have read most of the Alpine series by Daheim but this is my first in the bed and breakfast series. What a difference. The main characters in this series are less serious and much more random in their attempt to solve a murder mystery. The plot itself is a bit zany and quite complicated. The action takes place in Banff where the Flynns and Joneses are vacationing. There is an odd family from Nebraska camping near the motel. They claim they are waiting for an elderly relative to die and then fulfill his wish, sending him down the river on a bier. There seems to be murder afoot and cousins Judith Flynn and Renie Jones tackle the issue while their husbands are off fishing. I wish there had been more description of the location. Banff is beautiful, I think, but Judith and Renie rarely seemed to even notice their awesome surroundings. The personality of Renie seemed over dramatized to me, always wanting something to eat. The family camping near the motel was really strange but the individual characters seemed rather flat to me. They were odd characters but not with distinct and entertaining personalities. I think this series might be appreciated most by elderly readers. The slow pace of the plot and the rambling plot development left me wanting tighter writing. I think I'll stick with the Alpine series. I received a complimentary egalley of this book from the publisher. My comments are an independent and honest review.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Bridget

    An enjoyable, cute cozy mystery! This is the first book I have read by Mary Daheim and it won't be my last. After a busy summer, Judith McMonigle Flynn desperately needs a holiday. Her thoughtful husband, Joe, surprises her with a trip to the Canadian Rockies. Thrilled to be getting away, Judith’s overjoyed when Cousin Renie and Bill agree to join them. Though the husbands have made the arrangements, how bad can a short time away in the beautiful mountains be? Judith and Renie are about to find o An enjoyable, cute cozy mystery! This is the first book I have read by Mary Daheim and it won't be my last. After a busy summer, Judith McMonigle Flynn desperately needs a holiday. Her thoughtful husband, Joe, surprises her with a trip to the Canadian Rockies. Thrilled to be getting away, Judith’s overjoyed when Cousin Renie and Bill agree to join them. Though the husbands have made the arrangements, how bad can a short time away in the beautiful mountains be? Judith and Renie are about to find out! However, the other guests who are camping nearby, are rather strange and peculiar. They’ve gathered on the mountainside to give a relative a proper and permanent send-off, but Judith realises that paying their respects might be a little premature. It’s up to her and Renie to save a would-be corpse from an early date with death. I really enjoyed the main character and her husband. There was a lot of good humour in this book, which helped with the cozy atmosphere and I loved the random approach they had when trying to solve the case. A CASE OF BIER is entertaining and a fairly fast read, with a quick pace. I was able to follow the characters and their backgrounds without any problem, even though I haven't read any of the previous books in this series. I would like to read the other books since I enjoyed this one. Thank you to Edelweiss, William Morrow and Mary Daheim for a free ARC of this book in exchange for a voluntary, honest review.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Traci

    I love this series. Judith and Renie are the perfect comedic pair. However, I felt this story was lacking a resolution. Judith, Renie, Bill, and Joe traveled to Banff. A town located in the Canadian Rockies. The men go off on a fishing trip which meant the ladies were off on their own. Since the ladies were on their own, they decided to do what they knew best which was to find a mystery. Judith and Renie find a family who were in Banff because their family member, Codger, was dying. His last dyin I love this series. Judith and Renie are the perfect comedic pair. However, I felt this story was lacking a resolution. Judith, Renie, Bill, and Joe traveled to Banff. A town located in the Canadian Rockies. The men go off on a fishing trip which meant the ladies were off on their own. Since the ladies were on their own, they decided to do what they knew best which was to find a mystery. Judith and Renie find a family who were in Banff because their family member, Codger, was dying. His last dying wish was to be put on a bier that would float down the local river. The family was from a place called Big Stove, Nebraska. Codger "dies" not of old age but was murdered. Judith and Renie help the Royal Canadian Mounties with the whole mystery around his death. You'll have to read the book to find out what the mystery was with the strange "death" of Codger. Meanwhile there was a mystery surrounding Trixie, one of the employees at the motel, Judith and Renie were staying out. As I said, I was left with a lot of questions. I'm so confused about some of the mystery which is not good at all. Mary did a great job of trying to talk about the scenery in Banff and the surrounding area which was a saving grace.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Becky Tatar

    This isn't the first time I have started a series well past the first volume, but this was terrible. Judith and Renie are with their husbands in Banff, on a vacation. While the husbands screwed up the hotel reservations, and take off for a fishing excursion, Judith and Renie are in a less desirable hotel. While exploring, they come upon a family camping on the river. The family is in a state because their grandfather, who was ill and was dying, has apparently been stabbed and killed. Judith imme This isn't the first time I have started a series well past the first volume, but this was terrible. Judith and Renie are with their husbands in Banff, on a vacation. While the husbands screwed up the hotel reservations, and take off for a fishing excursion, Judith and Renie are in a less desirable hotel. While exploring, they come upon a family camping on the river. The family is in a state because their grandfather, who was ill and was dying, has apparently been stabbed and killed. Judith immediately gets involved, since she has solved other crimes while running a B&B in Washington State. She is so well known as an amateur sleuth, that there is even a fan club - FASTO - Female Amateur Sleuth Tracking Offenders. Did not like this. Didn't like the characters, the RCMP reps seemed too willing to allow Judith to contribute and work the case, her cousin Renie is obnoxious, just nothing good. Won't be reading more in this series.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Katie

    I was a giveaways winner of this novel early in 2018, and I forgot about it due to the fact that it took forever to be delivered. I began reading it on a chilly raining evening thinking it was a good armchair detective novel. I was sorely disappointed. I liked Judith's character and I didn't feel like I was missing alot, being that this is the first novel in the series I picked up. But the story dragged on not in a cliff-hanger way. The characters and mystery just got more and more strange and d I was a giveaways winner of this novel early in 2018, and I forgot about it due to the fact that it took forever to be delivered. I began reading it on a chilly raining evening thinking it was a good armchair detective novel. I was sorely disappointed. I liked Judith's character and I didn't feel like I was missing alot, being that this is the first novel in the series I picked up. But the story dragged on not in a cliff-hanger way. The characters and mystery just got more and more strange and disjointed as I continued to read. I still don't understand the conclusion. Was the mystery solved? Who was John Smith? Did someone die? And for heaven's sake if Renie complained one more time about eating I was DONE. The entire book read more like a travel brochure for Banff than an murder mystery. I probably won't pick this series up again.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Bertha

    This series story features Judith and her cousin Renie on vacation in Banff Canada as their husbands Joe and Bill disappear on a fishing trip. The descriptions of landscape and food are great. The cousins have a humorous relationship. Earlier books in the series have presented very well developed characters and a solid story. The mystery in this book is disjointed and toward the end contains continuity problems. Better editing needed for sure. The tale evolves around the Stokes family, corn farm This series story features Judith and her cousin Renie on vacation in Banff Canada as their husbands Joe and Bill disappear on a fishing trip. The descriptions of landscape and food are great. The cousins have a humorous relationship. Earlier books in the series have presented very well developed characters and a solid story. The mystery in this book is disjointed and toward the end contains continuity problems. Better editing needed for sure. The tale evolves around the Stokes family, corn farmers from Nebraska who are camping near the cousins’ hotel. The author is a good writer; however, this is far from the best entry in the series. It is hoped she will return to her usual standard of excellence.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Dale

    After waiting over almost 2 years for this latest installment in the B&B series, I was rather disappointed in Mary Daheim's storyline this time. While Judith still manages to find a body. this time the rest of the characters seem to have been created as a last ditch effort to just throw something together in order to complete the book, rather than for the author to actually come up with a great cozy mystery with the regular cast and crew: mother, spouse, neighbors, and police, all working to After waiting over almost 2 years for this latest installment in the B&B series, I was rather disappointed in Mary Daheim's storyline this time. While Judith still manages to find a body. this time the rest of the characters seem to have been created as a last ditch effort to just throw something together in order to complete the book, rather than for the author to actually come up with a great cozy mystery with the regular cast and crew: mother, spouse, neighbors, and police, all working together to solve the murder. If the author does write another book in this series, I will think twice before I add it to my library, which is kind of sad, because all her previous books in the series were so enjoyable.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Johnette

    I don’t know if I liked this book or not. It seemed strange all the way through. Maybe if I had already read previous books in the series I might have liked it better. The characters didn’t seem real and the writing shallow somehow. I wanted to like it, just seemed like something was missing and the main characters redundant. Maybe that was intentional. I would read another book by this author because there is definitely promise in the writing. I liked where I thought the story was going, it jus I don’t know if I liked this book or not. It seemed strange all the way through. Maybe if I had already read previous books in the series I might have liked it better. The characters didn’t seem real and the writing shallow somehow. I wanted to like it, just seemed like something was missing and the main characters redundant. Maybe that was intentional. I would read another book by this author because there is definitely promise in the writing. I liked where I thought the story was going, it just didn’t take me there.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Darlene Ferland

    I always wait for any book by Marry Daheim!! A Case of Bier is a little different and it feels that way. Ms. Daheim has spun a web that I guess I got caught in while binge reading her book. The husbands of the cousins, Serena Jones and Judith McMonigle Flynn, plan a trip to Banff in the Canadian Rockies The husbands are going fishing while the cousins are supposed to rest. Murder always follows Judith and this trip is no exception. . . It is always nice to back and visit these people. Thanks Ms. I always wait for any book by Marry Daheim!! A Case of Bier is a little different and it feels that way. Ms. Daheim has spun a web that I guess I got caught in while binge reading her book. The husbands of the cousins, Serena Jones and Judith McMonigle Flynn, plan a trip to Banff in the Canadian Rockies The husbands are going fishing while the cousins are supposed to rest. Murder always follows Judith and this trip is no exception. . . It is always nice to back and visit these people. Thanks Ms. Daheim!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Sheila Cohen

    I won an advance reading copy of this book in February. It arrived in November. When I opened the front cover, the first page started in the middle of a sentence and it was page 8. Pages 7, 6, 5, 4, 3,2 and 1 followed along with the title page. I was not surprised to find that this was not a very good book. The cousins were annoying. The mystery was convoluted and never really resolved (or not resolved very well). This book is a few hours I will never get back.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Melissa

    Judith and Renie are back. When they go on vacation, an apparent murder victim shows up. Judith investigates. Story was kind of complicated and for me a little difficult to feel the mystery was fully resolved. I've read all the prior books in the series and was a little disappointed with this one...especially after waiting so long for this to be published.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Diane Yonchuk

    I received an advanced reader copy of this book in exchange for a review. I could not get into this book at all. I didn't care about any of the characters and actually found the cousins annoying. The plot just sort of meandered around and was unsatisfying. This was a new author to me, and I want to be fair, so I will try another book in the series. This one just didn't do it for me.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Fluff Smut & Murder

    For a long long long time I loved this series... not anymore. I couldn't even finish this one with only about 75% of the book to go. Judith annoys me and Renie was a spoiled little brat throughout the book - which had the most confusing plot out of all of them. It may be time for me to give up on this series. Hopefully the 2nd round of Alpine books will still have life...

  23. 4 out of 5

    Karen Lee

    Not a big fan of this book. Very strange story plot and kept asking myself why I was still reading it. The only reason was because it was set in Banff, Alberta. I grew up in this area and knew it well. And to have characters there on vacation and not even venture out into the mountains is unheard of. Did not like the main characters and found their interactions and plot ridiculous.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie

    Agatha Raisin with all the snark and none of the charm (or MC Beaton's charming writing). I imagine fans of the series enjoy our characters, and, like many series, the stories are increasingly for them.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Gloria

    I like funny characters but Daheim takes them up to silly. There is no rest in the puns, in cousin's gluttony or husband's abandonment for fishing joys. The murder gets solved but not as enjoyably as the earlier bed and breakfast novels.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Jill Sheets

    So ... What Really Happened? So many unanswered questions at the end. Who? What? Why? Where? And when? Seriously, very frustrating ending. This is my least favorite Mary Daheim book so far.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Colleen

    Excellent resd I love Mary Daheim characters in the b&b series. It is like visiting with old friends -- with a murder and a twist thrown in. The plot itself was wonderful and kept me wanting to read into the night.

  28. 4 out of 5

    JulieLaLa

    Did not finish. I realize that I started a long-running series really late in the collection, but the story started too abruptly, the main characters weren't pleasant, and neither were the mystery people. I often like cozy mysteries but this wasn't one of those.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Nancy

    The story was good. If I lived in Nebraska, I would be really upset at how the characters from Nebraska were portrayed. They sounded more like hill billies than corn huskers to me.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Diana Biggs

    A quick, fun read. Daheim's slightly crazy characters keep me amused.

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