Death By Lotto Paperback – 1 March 2013
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- Paperback : 174 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0615765556
- ISBN-13 : 978-0615765556
- Product Dimensions : 13.97 x 1.09 x 21.59 cm
- Publisher : Worker Bee Press (1 March 2013)
- Language: : English
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About the Author
Ms. Keam is an award-winning mystery writer of the Josiah Reynolds mystery series. Death By A HoneyBee, her first mystery novel, won a Gold Medal Award from Reader's Favorite. It was also on Amazon's 100 top book list for Women's Literature and Women Sleuths in March 2012. Death By Drowning, her second novel, also won a Gold Medal Award from Reader's Favorite in 2011. Both books were on the USA BOOK NEWS "Best Books of 2011" list as finalists. Death By Bridle Death By Bourbon Death By Lotto Ms. Keam is also a working beekeeper and has won 16 honey awards from the Kentucky State Fair. She lives in a metal house overlooking the Kentucky River with her husband and various animals.
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Great humour - shame about the plotReviewed in the United Kingdom on 21 July 2016
Having loved Death By Honeybee, I was really looking forward to reading this book but was a little disappointed. It just felt somewhat rushed to me and lacked the depth of the other book. There wasn't much of a mystery to solve and regretfully, I found the portrayal of Lady Elsemere's nephew, Lord Anthony, cringeworthy in the extreme. I felt that, by concentrating on such a hackneyed and outdated portrayal of the American take on the English aristocracy, the author lost a real opportunity to bring some much-needed family intrigue into the story. What I did very much enjoy was Josiah's feisty character and I was so pleased to see that she had lost none of her sparkle in the rather dull plot. In fact, she gave me what has to be one of my favourite one-liners ever in her retort to the obnoxious private detective who insists on hitting on her no matter what she says to discourage him. Whilst being transported in his sporty, vintage car, she tires of his advances and begins rummaging in her bag. He asks what she's looking for and her reply is "My stun gun and pepper spray"! Love it. Some brilliantly sparky dialogue and Josiah's amazing character saved this book and had me laughing out loud.
I just can’t stop reading these booksReviewed in the United Kingdom on 20 September 2020
They’re so much fun and unput downable lol so not getting much done but loving these books so much they’re quite wonderful so dashing on to the chocolate feast that awaits me in the next instalment
Great series of booksReviewed in the United Kingdom on 16 October 2019
Mother great book in the series. Humourous light reading that you cant put down
A pleasant light read for a rainy dayReviewed in the United Kingdom on 28 June 2016
I have not read any books by this author but will certainly give them a go. This book is a pleasant read for a rainy day but does have a tendency to shoot off at tangents, leaving the reader to try and pick up the new storyline. Once it got going,it was fast paced and fun. There is just on issue left unfinished and unmentioned at the end ....... maybe for the next novel??? Recommend as a fun read.
These should be honestly marketed as a series of short storiesReviewed in the United Kingdom on 12 June 2016
The writing is good but getting repetitive. The background is delightful and beekeeping is interesting but it's all pretty much of the same .