A Bat in the Belfry (Home Repair Is Homicide, #16)

A Bat in the Belfry (Home Repair Is Homicide, volume 16)

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Hardcover, Pages: 293

Genres: Mystery, Fiction, Cozy Mystery

Language: English

Reads: 24

Downloads: 2204

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A Bat in the Belfry (Home Repair Is Homicide, book 16)
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An author who transcends the boundaries of the conventional mystery (Library Journal), Sarah Graves, nails together a stellar mystery, complete with home improvement tips and the quirky locals her readers adore, including one new character soon to be the star of her own series.

As an epic noreaster bears down on the idyllic island town of Eastport, Maine, Jacobia Tiptree hurries to prepare her antique house for the big blow, while the town battles to evacuate tourists and save the beloved 200-year-old Seamans Church steeple, threatened by the storm. But when a local teen beauty-pageant winner from a troubled family is found murdered in the steeples bell tower and Jakes son Sams visiting childhood friend comes under scrutiny as a suspect, the resulting storm of gossip and suspicion rivals anything the Atlantic could brew up.

Reviews
  •    Nikree Kemeliote
    2020
    This series has changed drastically and really no longer belongs in the cozy genre. We no longer have Jake's story, but some kind of thriller about people I don't know and don't care about. The point of view is all over the place.

    The last book, Dead Level, was much like this and I couldn't finish it. To be fair, I didn't finish this one, either. but I did read more of it. I like my cozy, cozy, not full of psychological thriller elements that have nothing to do really with the main character.

    It's a shame, because I used to really look forward to the new Home Repair Is Homicide Mystery that focused on Jake and her life. Now, I'm not sure what it's supposed to be, but nothing that interests me.
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  •    Toll Happszollern
    2020
    I was reading this on my breaks at work so it took a while to finish.
    I got to finish it today because I had to stay home with a viral infection. :( However, I did finish it and have to say I was a bit worried in a few places about how things would get resolved. One problem I had was that Chip was in jail for the murder of Karen Hansen then all of the sudden the end came (I won't spoil it) and everything was resolved. I kept thinking, what did I miss? I know that Ms. Graves did not resolve Lizzie Snow cases this way. There was an ending that was given in the story whereas this one just cut off and the characters told how they found out about the killer. I have not read any of her "Home Repair is Homicide" books before this so maybe that is how she ends each mystery in this series. I will have to read another one in the series to know. I read this one because I liked her Lizzie Snow book series and I wanted to see how Lizzie Snow came to Maine from Boston. It was a good story, although not as intense as some situations that Lizzie finds herself in, but a good story.
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