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Awesome book easy to read or listen too I highly recommend this book to everyone who loves a cozy mystery I have liked this series for many years However Book 12 could have been 12 shorter if the same informationstory line had not been repeated so many times through out No big reveal in the end fell flat Rather disappointing The writing in this book is awful Spelling errors grammar roblems syntax errors The dialogue is so contrived forced Painful to read Doesn t anyone read these books to even check for spelling errors Plot isn t terrible but it isn t fleshed out enough in Paris Encore (Zion Covenant, parts Seemed like a first draft NIPPED IN THE BUD by Shelia Connolly is the 12th installment of her Orchard Mystery seriesThis is a cozy mystery series One can spend a cozy afternoon reading and it is veryleasant like catching up with old friendsI don t read many cozy mysteries but this is one I have kept up with I like the characters most of the time the locations the localness of the Boyfriends from Hell place and the apple orchardThis title however fell flat on its face for me Thelot Battered Not Broken points were very sparse many of the local characters were not included in this title there was little talk of apple varieties or orchard management all those little snippets that made the seriesalatable There wasn t even a recipe at the end There was no charm or folksy feel to itMost of the book centered on Meg s constant constant whining and outrage that she was not included in a state narcotics force investigation Really Meg s character was annoying disrespectful and ignorant And her constant moralizing about being a faithful wife and a traditional woman and Seth doing man stuff was nauseating Seth was What Ive Become (The Humanity Within Book 1) portrayed as an appendage only And I can t believe that a tiny house even a really tiny house can be completed and livable in just a few days I also can t believe that anyone would rent out a family home to The New York Times bestselling author of A Late Frost returns with orchard owner Meg Chapin trying to stem the tide of crimeWinter still has a firm stranglehold on the small town of Granford and newly married orchard owner Meg Chapin is restless to begin her springruning and The Contemporaries planting while Seth busies himself with a newroject of his own But their relative UML Weekend Crash Course [With CDROM] peace is shattered when a gunshot breaks the winter silence and they discover the body of a dead woman on their land Whats just as troubling is that the stateolice have hushed up the murder and are warning Meg not to investigateNever one to sit by idly with a killer on the loose Meg starts digging for clues and robing for answers as discreetly
Strangers without asking for references and depositsI did like the colorful stylized cover and the reference to Norm Abram of This Old House fame roduced by Boston PBS That s about itA disappointing read Love this series A great find Arrived on time and in great shape I have really enjoyed the majority of this series up until now This book however felt like a long slog to me At a high level this books events are rather short and to the Poker Slave point But the way it has beenut together makes it feel slow and meandering There is internal discussion than action Which I realize is how this series usually is however that internal discussion happens during other To the Golden Shore parts of life Since the main character is admittedly bored with her day to do for this entire book there isn t anything to keep me interested in the slog between the action On some level I think that was theoint But man did it make it tough to get through I have read all the books in this series and was anxious to read this one too but wow what a disappointment For a married couple Seth and Meg certainly don t seem to know much about each other and interact in a strange distant way The whole book was everyone guessing and repeating the same uestions over and over It was a chore to make it to the end of this book I agree with the other reviewers who gave this two stars It was an absolute chore just to finish it Meg was whiny throughout the whole book and another reviewer said it very well it appeared that Seth was just an appendage She was constantly complaining about being a farm wife and the fact that she was bored during the winter months She could have cleaned her attic She mentioned it was freezing up there I live in Mass and Indulge (Warm Delicacy, people insulate their attics If you don t you lose a lot of heat Plus Seth should have done it since he rehabs older homes Sorry to digress but this book drove me crazy in. S she can When the victim turns out to have been an undercover reporter doing a story on the blossoming trade in illegal drugs in the area Megs stunned to learn that this very modern crime has come to sleepy Granford Unwilling to accept that the nasty business hasut down roots so close to homeand led to a murder that occurred literally in her own backyardMeg is determined to nip it in the bud before the town she knows and loves turns rottenPraise for the Orchard MysteriesDelightful A fascinating whodunit filled with surprises The Mystery GazetteConnollys cozy has sympathetic characters who are not stereotypes nice details about life in a small town and information about a heritage orchardall of which.
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So many ways Meg and Seth do not seem to have any chemistry I realize this is not a romance but I ve read other cozy mysteries that some a little romance in them and the couples actually have chemistry between them The mystery was wrapped up uickly at the end but it was a struggle to read to the end I enjoyed the Tabloid City previous books in the series but I won t be reading any further books in this series If you re looking for really good cozy mysteries try Krista Davis and Jen McKinlay Their books never disappoint A very good story sorry not available on Kindle Over half way done I give upSo far nothing going on with the orchard and it doesn t even read likeeople talk to each other Don t waste your money or time I loved the orchard series and teas the books one after another as I often do with series What really frustrates me is when the author forgets what they wrote in Kirkland Revels previous books and either changes the facts or changes theeople because we the readers remember It frustrated me in this book that her friend Lauren was treated as a new character when she figured To Him Who Sits on the Throne prominently in book six Seth met her she had lost her job in banking But in this book Seth didn t know her and she was back at the bank with no explanation Lauren also had dated detective Marcus but In one conversation Meg mentioned the detective without acknowledgement that Lauren had dated him And about three books ago the author starts saying that Seth didn t like Neg when they first met As I remember this was not true He went out of his way to do nice things for her even Rachel commented on it Not a Big deal to the overall story but the author should at least have a character chart of the facts theyresented and review that rior to writing something different in the next book People who read series do do because they love the characters So when they change from book to book it s annoyin. Make this a warm very satisfying read RT ReviewsSheila Connollys Orchard Mysteries are some of the most satisfying cozy mysteries Ive ever read Warm and entertaining from the first aragraph to the last Lesas Book CritiuesAbout the AuthorSheila Connolly is an Anthony and Agatha Awardnominated author of numerous bestselling cozy mystery series including the Orchard Mysteries the Museum Mysteries the County Cork Mysteries and the Relatively Dead Mysteries In addition she has ublished Once She Knew a romantic suspense; Reunion with Death a traditional mystery set in Tuscany; and a number of short stories She lives in Massachusetts with her husband and three cats and travels to Ireland as often as ossible.
After collecting too many degrees and exploring careers ranging from art historian to investment banker to professional genealogist Sheila Connolly began writing in 2001 and has now published over thirty traditional mysteries including several New York Times bestsellersHer series include the Orchard Mysteries Berkley Prime Crime the Museum Mysteries Berkley Prime Crime The County Cork Mysteries Crooked Lane Books the Relatively Dead Mysteries Beyond the Page Press and beginning in 2018 The Victorian Village Mysteries from St Martin's PressHer first full length standalone ebook Once She Knew was published in October 2012 Connolly has also published a variety of short stories Size Matters appeared in the 2010 Level Best Anthology Thin Ice; Called Home a short preuel to the Orchard series was published by Beyond the Page in 2011; and Dead Letters an e story featuring the main characters from the Museum series will be published by Berkley Prime Crime in February 2012 Beyond the Page also published The Rising of the Moon and another Level Best anthology includes Kept in the Dark which was nominated for both an Agatha award and an Anthony award for 2013She is passionate about genealogy both American and Irish and is a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution and the Society of Mayflower Descendants She is also an Irish citizen and owns a cottage in West CorkShe lives in a too big Victorian in southeastern Massachusetts with her husband and three cats Find out about her at her website wwwsheilaconnollycom