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Murder Borrowed, Murder Blue: 3 Audio CD – Unabridged, 30 July 2019
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Christa Lewis is a classically trained actress who graduated from Boston University. She got her start in voice acting at the international television station DW-TV, and she has been a regular on hundreds of cartoons, museum guides, documentaries, and commercials. Now a full-time audiobook narrator with over sixty titles to her credit, she has been featured in AudioFile Magazine, has earned multiple Earphones Awards, and is an Audible bestselling narrator. She lives in Los Angeles.
- Publisher : Dreamscape Media; Unabridged edition (30 July 2019)
- Language : English
- ISBN-10 : 1974953696
- ISBN-13 : 978-1974953691
- Dimensions : 15.34 x 2.87 x 12.8 cm
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When everyone arrives, she's happy to see that they're pleased with her ideas, making things go a bit smoother. But when the maid of honor turns up dead the night of the Winter Ball in Mallory's office, suddenly things go haywire. Now Mallory has another murder on her hands - to the consternation of police chief Truman Davies. As if that's not bad enough, she's discovered that the host of the show is her boyfriend Garrett Davies' ex -- and mother of his daughter Summer. Not to mention that her sister has a one-track mind and is hounding Mallory for another reason. Now she's trying to figure everything out, including if running the B&B was such a good idea in the first place...
This is the third book in the series, and I felt that in many ways it was better than the second. But, I still do not like Rachel. She's manipulative, selfish, self-centered, and spiteful. She attacks Mallory with snide remarks, and even thinks it's fine that Mallory suffers as long as she gets what she wants! What a sister. I wouldn't have anything to do with her. I'd tell her to get out and hire another baker. Especially since Rachel doesn't help Mallory with any of the cleaning duties, either. She's practically worthless, as far as sisters go.
Unfortunately, that made parts of the book irritating. Even so, I still enjoyed the story line, and Mallory definitely had her hands full with trying to plan a wedding -- several times over -- and keep everyone happy in the process. Her relationship with Garrett is undergoing a few problems because of the ex, but she does try not to let it bother her. And yes, we do have Helene Pierce throwing her weight around occasionally -- I wish she'd just go away, too. I really abhor the 'evil nemesis' in books, almost as much as I abhor love triangles (and try to avoid books that have them).
But finding a killer isn't all that easy when there are so many suspects -- a houseful of them, actually -- and trying to figure out who had motive to kill the woman is difficult, especially when Mallory thinks that everyone loved the woman. But when it comes down to the wire, Mallory figures it out almost too late, and of course the murderer is apprehended (as we know they will be) and we're given a taste of what is to come next in the series. Recommended.
Mallory Shepard and her sister, Rachel, run a B and B, and plan weddings. While planning a celebrity wedding, hey also were hosting the Winter Ball of a local private high school.
The Winter Ball seemed to be going off okay, until Ginger, the headmistress, who was also the Maid of Honor in the celebrity wedding, was murdered. Mallory gets involved in trying to solve the crime.
The characters in this book were interesting, and the plot was well thought out for the most part. I enjoyed it quite a bit, and look forward to reading other books in this series.