Motherhood Is Murder

Motherhood Is Murder When it comes to murder and mayhem mothers know best Four of mystery s reigning matriarchs have joined together to concoct a delectable stew of clues corpses and felonious hijinks all spectacularly

  • Title: Motherhood Is Murder
  • Author: Mary Daheim Jane Isenberg Carolyn G. Hart Shirley Rousseau Murphy
  • ISBN: 9780060525019
  • Page: 311
  • Format: Paperback
  • Motherhood Is Murder

    When it comes to murder and mayhem, mothers know best Four of mystery s reigning matriarchs have joined together to concoct a delectable stew of clues, corpses, and felonious hijinks all spectacularly seasoned with a mother s loving touch In this witty and winning quartet of all new mysteries, the incomparable Mary Daheim gives harried mom Cousin Renie from the bestsellinWhen it comes to murder and mayhem, mothers know best Four of mystery s reigning matriarchs have joined together to concoct a delectable stew of clues, corpses, and felonious hijinks all spectacularly seasoned with a mother s loving touch In this witty and winning quartet of all new mysteries, the incomparable Mary Daheim gives harried mom Cousin Renie from the bestselling Bed and Breakfast series a triple dose of the murderous wedding bell blues the inimitable award winner Carolyn Hart of Death on Demand fame lets madcap mother in law Laurel Darling take a turn at the investigative chores the remarkable Jane Isenberg sets menopausal mother Bel Barrett loose to solve a dastardly case of nanny cide and the fabulous Shirley Rousseau Murphy whose Joe Grey mysteries are the cat s meow enchants once again, as a delightful duo of feline mamas sinks their claws into a murder investigation.

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    1. Sandy

      Four mini mysteries from four cozy writers.This was my first time reading anything by these authors.Dial M for Mom by Mary Daheim *****Judith McMonigle Flynn's Cousin Renie prepares for her children's weddings. All three taking place on the same day, the day before Mother's Day! Along with the craziness that comes with the weddings, there is a death and a mystery man sneaking around showing up in photos.I liked wondering about the mystery man. By the end, I was crying with joy. Wonderful story. [...]

    2. Karen GoatKeeper

      Four mysteries about a hundred pages each are in this book. Each is different although each centers on a mother.The first story ends with an unexpected twist as the mother tries to survive three weddings for her three children all on one day.The second story is filled with complications each of which are set off by an action taken with good intentions as one mother attempts to help another mother rescue her daughter and grandson.The third story has a mother/grandmother going undercover to solve [...]

    3. Sandra Holladay

      Dial M for Mom **Boring and thinking back I don’t believe the author showed us anything, but ‘told’ the entire story, which probably led to it being so boring.Mothers Must Do ***Fun read. Again, more telling than showing, but at least it wasn’t boring. Lots of twists.The Proof is in the Patch ****Good story, thoroughly enjoyed the read. Unusual for me to give a short story four stars but this one is definitely worth it.Tomcat ****Another good read and four stars for a short story. I wasn [...]

    4. The Badger

      I have an affinity for cozy mysteries. They generally aren't written in pursuit of a spot on the bestseller list; rather, cozies are written to give the reader a sense of comfort and calm (ironically, by way of murder). My mom read cozies to escape her three eccentric young daughters and grumpy husband: one daughter, the artist, painted five-foot tall green flowers on the side of the freshly painted rental when she was four; the adventurous daughter asked which way north was, and was found by ne [...]

    5. Dorothy

      I only gave this 4 stars because of the last story, Tomcat, by Shirley Rousseau Murphy. It was the only story worth reading. The others, Dial M for Mom by Mary Daheim, Mother's Must Do by Carolyn Hart, and Proof is in the Patch by Jane Isenberg, were not all that good or interesting. I picked it up thinking I would enjoy other cozy mystery writers as well as Shirely Rousseau Murphy. The first three gets a *yawn* whereas the last one, Tomcat, gets the 4 stars.

    6. John E

      If there is nothing in the house to read, I guess this would be OK. A real dissapointment. Mother would not have approved.

    7. Chris

      The stories by Daheim and Isenberg were very good. However, those by the other authors in this work were very hard to follow and disappointing.

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