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Epub [Tippy Toe Murder Lucy Stone Mystery Book 2 world of darkness] BY Leslie Meier

review Tippy Toe Murder Lucy Stone Mystery Book 2

With three kids underfoot a fourth on the way and an oppressive heat wave bearing down homemaker Lucy Stone is hardly enjoying an idyllic summer But her preoccupation with swelling ankles Bavarian creme doughnut cravings and sewing endless seuins on ballet recital tutus gi. I m glad to have found this series And I m confident the rest of the books will be just as good as this one There was a double mystery here The disappearance and the murder both of them solved almost together The murderer came out of the blue to confess and that took one star away But I was impressed with the timing of the entire book I m always responsive towards a deft manipulation of characters whereabouts and their role in the story The author did a sterling job moving her characters and she made me care and she immersed me in her world The atmosphere is uniue and like I said I m looking forward to reading the rest of these juicy books

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Tippy Toe Murder Lucy Stone Mystery Book 2

Ves way to dread when Lucy learns that her waistline isn’t the only thing that’s recently vanished from Tinker’s CoveThe strange disappearance of a retired dance instructor has the tiny coastal town in a tizzy that turns to terror when a notoriously cantankerous shop. I enjoyed the last two books I read in the series numbers 1 and 22 however I did not enjoy this book It was NOT a cozy and I found myself skipping and skimming about 14 of the book because of itLucy was great her family was great her town was great Her husband Bill however was not great He can be so kind and was in the first book however in parts of this book and in Candy Corn Murder he was rudeThe mystery was horrible I m honestly surprised that this book was marketed as a cozy because the mystery dealt with very dark non cozy topics I read cozies because they re light and usually don t deal with dark complex topicsReally a great setting and great characters but this was absolutely not a cozy and I didn t enjoy it because of that I do NOT recommend this if you are looking for a cozyNOTE Since this is in a cozy series I am putting this in my cozy shelves however I do not consider this a cozy mystery

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Keeper is slain right on Main Street Now Lucy’s up to her bulging belly in local suspects and red herrings Eluded by a cold blooded killer with her due date looming and the thermometer soaring Lucy figures something has to break soon With any luck it won’t be her water. If this had been the first book that I had read in this series I probably wouldn t have continued It was a little dark and disturbing I still love the main character Lucy and the writing makes me want to move to Maine and have a family But this book was a little bit twisted women getting beating up children being molested It s just not right So unless you are okay with reading about those things I say skip this one and go read the Christmas Cookie Murder That is so far my favorite in this series


10 thoughts on “Tippy Toe Murder Lucy Stone Mystery Book 2

  1. says:

    On rereading this book I was than impressed with its content I loved the little bits and pieces that make up the book I loved the narrative I liked the various instances of tension present hereLittle things which may form an ordinary person's life occur and they support the basic plot of the book Leslie Meier was brimming with new ideas and the resulting book is uite separate from the crowd of cozy mysteries that has been vying

  2. says:

    I'm glad to have found this series And I'm confident the rest of the books will be just as good as this one There was a double mystery here The

  3. says:

    Ballet pregnancy and a disappeared former dance teacher Lucy’s summer is off to uite a start Add that to a mystery at the local hardware stor

  4. says:

    I have enjoyed reading other books in the Lucy Stone mystery series so I'm happy I didn't start with this one If I had I would never have picked up another one I like to read cozy mysteries because they'rewell COZY Tippy Toe Murder although billed as a cozy doesn't remotely fit that description The storyline was

  5. says:

    I enjoyed the last two books I read in the series numbers 1 and 22 however I did not enjoy this book It was NOT a cozy and I found myself skipping and skimming about 14 of the book because of itLucy was great her family was great her town was great Her husband Bill however was not great He can be so kind and was in the first book however i

  6. says:

    The second book in the Lucy Stone series and another gem Lucy Stone has 3 small children and is expecting her fourth retired dance teacher Caro has disappeared and there's been a murder in downtown Tinker's Cove Lucy fights for her life in this one and it's a real nail biter Perfect Maine cozy

  7. says:

    This is the first time I read the author Leslie Meier this is the second book named Tippy Toe Murder This is a real page tu

  8. says:

    If this had been the first book that I had read in this series I probably wouldn't have continued It was a little dark and disturbing I still love the main character Lucy and the writing makes me want to move to Maine and have a family But this book was a little bit twisted women getting beating up children being molested It's just not righ

  9. says:

    I am glad that I read this one because I am going back and reading these in order after skipping around However I may have skipped

  10. says:

    In the past I've jumped around with the series so I know what happens way in the future but really enjoy now seeing how everything started The kids are so young This book was way intense than I thought it was going to be

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