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Bone Appetit (Sarah Booth Delaney Series #10)

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  • Posted May 15, 2010

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    fun paranormal whodunit

    Their last case still haunts the Delta detecting duet (see Greedy Bones) as private detectives Sarah Booth Delaney miscarried and Tinkie Richmond's husband almost died. The pair needs pampering and massaging so they head off to the ritzy Alluvian Hotel for a weekend getaway and to attend a cooking gala.

    Viking sponsors a cook off, but two of the contestants die from poisoning and a third lapses into a coma. Police Chief Jansen suspects Hedy Lamarr Blackledge is killing off the competition, but the visiting sleuths think otherwise and begin an inquiry abetted by Jitty the ghost appearing in several performing roles while their respective mates plead with them for an investigative timeout.

    This is an enjoyable entry that fans of the series will enjoy though it reads in many ways like the last case with a near death experience. The story line is fast-paced as the two women investigate while Jitty provides clues and comic relief. Action-packed, Bone Appetit is a fun paranormal whodunit; just don't eat the food.

    Harriet Klausner

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  • Posted June 12, 2013

    First of all, don┬┐t you just love the cover? I absolutely love t

    First of all, don’t you just love the cover? I absolutely love the pink color- as a matter of fact, it was the reason I picked it up at the store in the first place. The little details are what is important about this cover. From the skeleton hand of the waiter, to the fact that the woman lost her flip-flop. Creative and original.
    If you follow me on Facebook, you already know that this book was a Dollar Store find. I was very surprised at how much I enjoyed it. Usually, the books at the Dollar Store are disappointing. This book, however, was incredible. It was fun, but suspenseful. Well written chapters and a mix of emotions made it a whirlwind that I enjoyed riding on. The characters are cared for by the reader in a way that’s reminiscent of Darynda Jones’s Charley Davidson. This is technically part of a series, but I didn’t know that I until too late and the book stood alone beautifully. The only thing I can say in a negative fashion, is that the author used the main character’s full name too often. I get that that is the name she uses for her company, so I never looked twice when people she was investigating used it, but when her friends and family did it felt unnatural. Now, like I said, I didn’t read the rest of the series so maybe there is an explanation behind this that I am unaware of. I’ll find out, because I plan to purchase the rest of the series and read every single one of them. I hope this isn’t the last in the series, because I would be disappointed if it were. It’s THAT good.

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  • Posted January 25, 2013

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    Good read

    Not as engaging as her previous novels, but fun in the fact that it happens outside of the town they live in. A novel that ventures outside of the norm for the characters. Shows the extent we'll go to for our pets and how our homes and areas where we grew up and/or live has a very theraputic affect on us. Loved the ending. You could almost feel the emotions flowing out of the pages.

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  • Posted May 25, 2010

    Book Title. I love the book title

    I pick up two book by Carolyn Hines . I had forgot that I had all ready read splintered Bones. I enjoy it just as much the second and the frist time read the book.I also bought Crossed Bones. these book are delightful to read and make me laught.

    I would reccommed Carolyn books to ever one.I love the Character. I am glad you use the same people in each book and alway adding new one.I would love to have an in house ghost.

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