Scone Cold Dead

Scone Cold Dead

Book - 2008
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Liss MacCrimmon misses the life of a professional dancer with Strathspey, the Scottish dance company she belonged to before her knee injury forced her into early retirement. When the company goes on tour, Liss is instrumental in bringing the show to her hometown of Moosetookalook, Maine. But when the company manager collapses and dies after biting into one of Liss's prized cocktail scones, it's up to Liss to find out whodunit before the killer makes an encore
Publisher: New York : Kensington Pub. Corp., 2008
ISBN: 9780758216458
Branch Call Number: MYS Dunnett, K 100.2 2008
Characteristics: 266 pages ; 22 cm


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Jul 28, 2014

I have enjoyed every book in this series so far. As an avid mystery fan I do not like when a book goes into detail of the characters sex lives. Romance is good,but not if it detracts from the mystery and suspense. I find that these books balance it nicely. The heroine has weaknesses that make her more believable. I would recommend this series.

LaughingOne Feb 18, 2013

I too liked the first book "Kilt Dead". This second one was too contrived for me and a bit of a three-ring circus. I, and any other regular mystery reader, figured out who did it early on, yet Liss never even seemed to suspect that person. This is a disappointment after the first book. sigh...

Jul 02, 2011

I was really looking forward to reading this since I really enjoyed the first one. But this one.....not so much. The story just drags along and it seems more about the the non-romance than it does about the mystery.

Jun 06, 2011

An action-packed series, with some male interest in the main character.


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