Fried by Jury

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Fried by Jury

Fried by Jury When the judge for a deep fat frying contest disappears along with a butcher s knife from Quill and Meg s kitchen the Quilliam sisters know they have a new murder to solve

  • Title: Fried by Jury
  • Author: Claudia Bishop
  • ISBN: 9780425189948
  • Page: 364
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • When the judge for a deep fat frying contest disappears along with a butcher s knife from Quill and Meg s kitchen the Quilliam sisters know they have a new murder to solve.

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    1. Chana on said:

      An hour after I finished it and I've forgotten where it is set. The plot is hazy (it was hazy even when I was reading it), I don't understand how Meg and Quill run an Inn. Meg is never cooking and Quill is never doing running the Inn type stuff. They do a lot of talking and looking for clues. It all has to do with fast food chicken franchises. There is supposedly a big event, fried chicken cook off, that is going to happen. It is barely mentioned. Basically, it is poorly written! The author has [...]

    2. Hannah on said:

      This was a complete waste of time. I want my 3 hours back.I started off thinking this would be a fun read, and hey, it gave me a total craving for fried chicken! Two sisters as detectives in a small town; sounds like it'd be a light romp, right? No, no, no. There are so many ridiculous, completely illogical things happening in this book that it made me want to throw it through the window, except I didn't think my neighbours would appreciate the noise at 3am.Quill is supposed to be good at managi [...]

    3. Jane on said:

      Number 11 in the Hemlock Falls series. Quill & Meg get a US Civil War re-enactment group at the Inn; 3 ill people whose illnesses are under control die suddenly. And, Meg's fiance, is their doctor who takes the deaths hard. Quill's latest management technique suggested by a Cornell course is hated by all the employees; Carol Ann the self-righteous tax assessor manages to enter the hotel employees-only contest.

    4. Brenda on said:

      This author writes fun, cozy mysteries. This story was based around a "Fried Chicken Empire." I never did figure out who the killer was until it was revealed. 20% of the characters were believable. The rest of the characters were true stereo types. This was enjoyable "brain candy" for me. I will read this author again.

    5. Mem on said:

      The mystery kept me guessing right to the end. I liked the interaction between Quill and Meg, and between their significant others.

    6. Lbaker on said:

      Too many words, not enough action. Too much angst, not enough truth.Ended up skimming the last 1/3 of the book, just couldn't be bothered to spend the time reading it.

    7. Mary on said:

      It took to the end of the story to understand all the side journeys and also why the psychiatrist is in the story so much.

    8. Diane Chudyk on said:

      Fun reading. Also writes under the name Mary Stanton author of the Unicorns of Balinor series.

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