Posts Tagged ‘Mary Feliz’

Dead Storage, #3 by Mary Feliz

Ms. Feliz is becoming a more accomplished storyteller with each new work. I did intuit the bad guy, but talked myself out of my hunch because I really couldn’t settle on a favorite among a satisfying range of suspects. I was completely led astray by her red herring. As always, she offered up quirky, well-imagined…

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Scheduled to Death by Mary Feliz

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Scheduled to Death is the second in a series of Professional-Organizer-as-amateur-sleuth novels. Ms. Feliz has the creativity to introduce yet more unconventional, memorable, sure-to-remain-in-the-wings-to-come-onstage-when-needed actors into the cast, and yes, they are fun! New animals too, YAY! I again thought this book was a little long – one or two crises could have been omitted…

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Address to Die For – author Mary Feliz

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Address to Die For is the first in a series of  Professional-Organizer-as-amateur-sleuth novels. My favorite genre is mysteries. My wildly quirky taste lets me enjoy everything from Rex Stout to Ngaio Marsh to Dorothy Sayers to Leslie Charteris to Mary Wings to Ellis Peters. This book was a little long – I’m not giving away…

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