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How to Host a Killer Party - Penny Warner
How to Host a Killer Party
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Presley Parker was just happy to get her party planning business off the ground. Now she's gotten the gig of the year, planning Mayor Davin Green's sumptuous "surprise" wedding for his socialite fiancee, to be held on Alcatraz. — But when the bride is found floating in the bay and the original... show more
Presley Parker was just happy to get her party planning business off the ground. Now she's gotten the gig of the year, planning Mayor Davin Green's sumptuous "surprise" wedding for his socialite fiancee, to be held on Alcatraz. — But when the bride is found floating in the bay and the original party planner is found murdered, Presley becomes the prime suspect. If the attractive crime scene cleaner, Brad Matthews, doesn't help her tidy her reputation, she'll be exchanging her formal wear for prison stripes...
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9780451229304 (0451229304)
Publisher: Signet
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
Series: Party Planning Mystery (#1)
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CJ the Book Peddler
CJ the Book Peddler rated it
1.0
I wanted to like this and get into it and all that jazz but it couldn't hold my attention past page fifty. Also, Presley had all the earmarks of a heroine that would be TSTL and I didn't care enough about the secondary cast to want to read anymore.It just wasn't my thing.
Ami's Hoard
Ami's Hoard rated it
When it comes to cozy mystery with 1st person narrative, the key, for me personally, is that I have to at least like the main character so that I want to follow her sleuthing journey. Unfortunately, I find Presley Parker to be ANNOYING AS HELL!!! Not only she tries to diagnose everyone she meets, sh...
Murder by Death
Murder by Death rated it
1.0 How to Host a Killer Party (Party Planning Mystery #1)
If the author had mentioned the main character had ADHD one more time, honestly I would have set fire to the book. The story itself was good, the plot interesting and the premise intrigued me but at the end, I didn't like the main character. Her habit of diagnosing everyone she met with some ab. p...
Meledstic
Meledstic rated it
4.0 How to Host a Killer Party: A Party-Planning Mystery
Started out slow, but picked up steam as it went along. A murder at a party on Alcatraz. How'd Presley get caught up in the whole thing!
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