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Portrait of a Dead Guy: A Cherry Tucker Mystery - Larissa Reinhart
Portrait of a Dead Guy: A Cherry Tucker Mystery
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 1938383028
Publisher: Henery Press
Pages no: 270
Edition language: English
Series: A Cherry Tucker Mystery (#1)
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JaneReads
JaneReads rated it
5.0 Portrait of a Dead Guy
Portrait of a Dead Guy is a really great, really fun read! Author Larissa Reinhart has written a first-rate debut mystery novel, filled with humorous, quirky, authentic and intriguing characters. Reinhart has created a believable setting in fictional Halo of Forks County. It's a place I'd like to...
Because reading :)
Because reading :) rated it
4.0 Portrait of A Dead Guy
The cover of this book is great. The name of the book cracks me up and after reading the book makes me laugh even harder. I absolutely love the fonts for this cover too I think that’s the graphic designer in me :)The character of Cherry Tucker is fantastic. I absolutely love her. The entire cast is ...
Musings and Ramblings
Musings and Ramblings rated it
5.0 Portrait of a Dead Guy
This is the first book in the Cherry Tucker Mystery series by Larissa Reinhart. Don't you just love new series? A chance to meet new characters that you are going to have the opportunity to really get to know over the course of the series. Their ups and down, foibles and eccentricities, good days...
Misty Dietz
Misty Dietz rated it
5.0 Portrait of A Dead Guy
Larissa's book is so funny at times she had me laughing out loud. I'm sure anyone watching me reading wondered why I had such a big grin on my face most of the time. I mean, how can you not enjoy lines like: "Luke drove me crazy in ways I didn't appreciate. He knew how to push buttons that switched ...
The Layaway Dragon
The Layaway Dragon rated it
5.0 Portrait of a Dead Guy
*I won this as a First Reads Giveaway.*I really liked this book. It was so fun and enjoyable. I finished it in two settings but if I had the time I would've finished it in one. I didn't want to put it down. I was guessing until the end whodunit and that's so important for me. I hate when I can see ...
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