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eBook Back to School Murder (Lucy Stone Mysteries, No. 4) epub
  • ISBN: 1575662167
  • Author: Leslie Meier
  • Genre: Suspense
  • Subcategory: Mystery
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Kensington; 1st edition (October 1, 1997)
  • Pages: 268 pages
  • ePUB size: 1930 kb
  • FB2 size 1249 kb
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Leslie Meier was born in 1948;. She is the author of the popular Lucy Stone Mystery Series

Leslie Meier was born in 1948;. She is the author of the popular Lucy Stone Mystery Series. The books take place in Cape Cod and the heroine, Lucy Stone, is a reporter in a fictional town. There are currently 24 titles in the series, Turkey Trot Murder being the most recent (2017).

Praise for Leslie Meier and her Lucy Stone Mysteries! Silver Anniversary Murder The frenzied pace of the . Longtime Lucy Stone series readers will be happy to catch up on life in Tinker’s Cove in this cozy Christmas mystery.

Praise for Leslie Meier and her Lucy Stone Mysteries! Silver Anniversary Murder The frenzied pace of the city, effectively contrasted with the more tranquil atmosphere of a small town; th. A fun and engaging read. It is quick and light and has enough interesting twists and turns to keep you turning the pages. If you like this type of mystery and this is your first meeting with Lucy Stone, it will probably not be your last. The Barnstable Patriot. Books by Leslie Meier.

Praise for leslie meier and her lucy stone mysteries . A Lucy Stone Mystery. Back To School MURDER. There was no place to park so she pulled the Subaru onto the lawn and braked.

PRAISE FOR LESLIE MEIER AND HER LUCY STONE MYSTERIES TURKEY DAY MURDER Funny and smar. eslie Meier is a dab hand with a plot, and her clever whodunit is perfect for those who like their. A shrill alarm bell sounded as she climbed out of the car and her heart skipped a beat. Seconds later the students began exiting the building in neat lines, led by their teachers.

Authors: Meier, Leslie. Bill swatted the pillow away and rolled onto his back. Sara’s gone? he asked. Lucy shook Bill’s shoulder and he groaned, shrugging her off and rolling over, pulling a pillow over his head. Sara’s run away! Lucy was insistent. This was a family crisis. got to do something! Bill swatted the pillow away and rolled onto his back. Yes! She never slept in her bed last night. This information did not get the reaction Lucy expected. Well, she couldn’t have gotten far in that storm. Is it still snowing? No. There’s about nine or ten inches on the ground. Somebody must have picked her up in the night.

Leslie Meier is the New York Times bestselling author of over twenty Lucy Stone mysteries and has also written for Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine. She is currently at work on the next Lucy Stone mystery.

It's back to school time in the peaceful Maine town of Tinker's Cove, and for mother-of-four Lucy Stone it isn't a moment too soon. But trouble at the local elementary school soon has the sometime crime-solver juggling family, job, and night classes with another mystery to solve. And it starts with a bang. A bomb goes off with the noon lunch bell, but not before all the kids are safely evacuated, and Carol Crane, the new assistant principal, is hailed as a hero.

Birthday Party Murder: A Lucy Stone Mystery. ISBN 9780758228932 (978-0-7582-2893-2) Softcover, Kensington, 2003.

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Struggling with her job, night classes, and the responsibilities of single parenthood, sometime sleuth Lucy Stone investigates the bombing of the local elementary school, which has resulted in a death and the implication of a teacher.
Comments: (7)
As I said in an earlier review, summer afternoons are perfect for exploring the exploits of Tinker's Cove murder meddling sleuth Lucy Stone. So I decided to use my second of three books as an excuse to crash under the tree at the annual family burnt meat ritual. So while the pork steaks (a part of the pig known only to residents of Saint Louis) were slowly cooking on the grill I was quickly turning the pages of Leslie Meier's Back To School Murder.
The start of this adventure is a real blast - a high noon bomb blast at the grade school Lucy's daughter Sara attends. Luckily all the children escape injury including one who is rescued in the nick of time by assistant principal, Carol Crane. But within a couple of chapters she is rewarded for her heroism by being murdered. So, who done it? Was it Mr. Mopps, the school janitor, the high school science teacher, Lucy's night school English professor, or the sleazy minister? As usual Lucy is convinced the wrong person has been arrested for the murder and so she sets out to solve the crime herself.
Two complications to Lucy's solving the crime as well as being able to meet her husband's demands for having dinner on the table at six sharp each day have been added in this book. First, she has become a part-time working mother (at the Pennysaver weekly newspaper) and second she has returned to college. But we all know that this won't stop her from discovering the identity of the murderer at the end of this very enjoyable book. Only this time I was at least a chapter or several pages ahead of her sleuthing abilities.
I just discovered this series a week or so ago, and I love it! The mysteries are reminiscent of Agatha Christie's Miss Marple. The focus is on putting the everyday details together rather than on bizarre turns beyond the realm of most people's reality. For the most part, the characters are decent people who are not doing drugs and murdering others as a regular practice. The main character is a good mother who loves her kids and husband--nice change of pace. Although I also love Lee Child's Jack Reacher, I very much enjoy this series, and this one was another good read.
I will not finish this book or purchase another from this author due to her tired, prejudicial, and cheap shots at Christians and conservatives. While I am sure that MANY other authors that I read share her viewpoint, at least they have the sense to not insult potential readers.
Another great Lucy Stone mystery, Leslie Meier tells a great story. Her characters are fully developed and I feel like I know Lucy Stone, her family and her friends. Each one of the Lucy Stone mysteries travels a well developed path, leaving the reader guessing who did it until the end. She builds suspense as the story develops. so that you can not put down the book .
Fairly decent story line with a moderate number of spelling and/or grammar problems. Characters aren't particularly compelling or very interesting. Lucy poorly manages her time, makes very unwise decisions and is way to self involved but she grows on you. Her husband and kids are only there as foils to move the story line along. However I am rarely able to guess the true culprit as it often turns out to be some barely mentioned character until the "surprise ending". OK read to kill an afternoon or at bedtime.
One of the best I have read by this author. I always have liked this authors stories. I like the small town setting and working for a small newspaper, reminds me of a family member. This time she had put a twist in her story of mystery adding a new situation to her story that was unexpected but intriguing .
I love Lucy Stone, her family and the town they live in. After getting this realize I had read prior. Story is a "cozy" style murder mystery with no gore or creepy stuff. I am glad to have found the series, is easy to read and a good before bed read.
Not great, not terrible. The idea behind the mystery was good, but the protagonist, Lucy Stone, really annoyed me a few times during this story... too much overreacting and too many pity parties!
I've read #1 (2 stars) and #5 (4 stars). I think (and hope) this series gets better as it goes along. I will try #6.
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