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review 2018-03-17 16:05
Til Death Do Us Party
Til Death Do Us Party - Vickie Fee

Hilarious! From the warm characters to the fun plots, this series always brings an enjoyable read. This one has the gang in Las Vegas for Mama's Elvis themed wedding as she prepares to wed her hunka hunka burnin' love, Earl but everyone is All Shook Up when the Elvis impersonator minister drops dead in the middle of the ceremony. The puzzling plot and many laugh out loud moments (like the Bachelorette party!) made this a very entertaining read. And poor Hard Headed Di, I really felt for her wanting to believe the best in that Hound Dog, but I couldn't understand why Liv kind of left her hanging, there were several times in the book where she just let things drop with Di. Don't be cruel, Liv! I'm not sure how Liv came up with the motive, which was kind of out in left field, but it made for a great surprise twist ending and the sweet wedding and welcome home party were heartwarming and left me with a smile on my face. (and I'm out of Elvis song titles to add!)

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review 2018-03-13 22:31
Forever Hatter Mad Tea Party Recipes
Forever Hatter: Mad Tea Party Cookbook [Digital Companion to the Coloring Book Comic] (These Aint No Confidential, Top-Secret Recipes from Literary Kitchens Kinda Cookbooks Series 1) - Wonderland Cafe,Buffy Naillon,Buffy Naillon,John Tenniel

This was such a fun cookbook with recipes that I will enjoy making. This book also can be printed and becomes a coloring book. It has some fun information on tea and what a high tea is and why it originated. Very good information. 


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text 2018-03-06 01:37
Kill Your Darlings Yellow Game - Victim
Under the Lights (Field Party) - Abbi Glines

I read Under the Lights for Abbi Glines to collect the card for Ariadne Oliver since the author's first name starts with "A". She's already been confirmed as dead in the Yellow game.



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review 2018-03-02 20:34
Audio/Book and Mystery with Recipes
A Catered Tea Party (A Mystery With Reci... A Catered Tea Party (A Mystery With Recipes) - Isis Crawford

Libby and Bernie are catering a tea party during a play. The play is "Alice in Wonderland," rewritten by the eccentric Russian Ludvoc “Zeb” Zalinsky. Zalinsky has irritated and angered so many people and just makes them irritated. He threatens them with lawsuits and many regret ever getting into a contract with him. Casper, the director, is the one who got Libby and Bernie to sign a contract with him. On the night of the opening, Zeb is murdered and Casper is considered a suspect. So much drama from Casper and Bernie and Libby help him by trying to figure out who did commit the murder. Also, throughout this is the stress of Michelle, the woman their dad is dating trying to get their stuff and open her own place, exactly like Libby and Bernie's. 

I do enjoy the audio version of the story, as it seems to move along faster and I have paired it with the book so that I can read where I cannot listen and listen where I cannot read.

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review 2017-12-28 23:27
Beach Party - Randi Reisfeld
For more reviews, check out my blog Craft-Cycle

I found this book in the Little Free Lending Library. I watched a few episodes of the show when I was younger, so I thought I'd pick it up for a quick read.

It was an okay book. It is actually based on two different episodes of Zoey 101, which is a little awkward. After the first "episode" concludes, the book just jumps right into the second one, with only a few passing references to the first story. A little bit weird format-wise, but I understand what the authors were trying to do since one episode would have been too short for a whole book.

Okay read overall. It was entertaining enough. I wasn't expecting anything great. The narration was kind of awkward as the third-person narrator tried talking like a preteen girl, but overall an alright right.
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