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May the Best Man Die (Carnegie Kincaid Series)

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  • Posted October 5, 2011

    Can't access it on my iPod Kindle reader

    I can open it from my Kindle Reader for PC but, even if I place it in my archive there, I cannot even see this book from my Kindle for iPod reader. Since I do all my reading from the iPod this does me no good.

    I would gladly review it if only I could read it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 9, 2003

    Carengie Kinkaid is no one to mess with!

    Mystery novels are always wonderful, especially when you combine a savvy businesswoman with brains-add in a little love, inrtigue, and of course murder!! Carnegie Kincaid gives everyone a run for their money and sanity-making sure her weddings turn out great and that the murder gets solved so her business stays a float! Don't miss th

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 25, 2003

    This series just gets better and better!

    Who can resist a wedding? Not me, that's for sure, especially a wedding surrounded by murder, yuletide mayhem, and a wonderful cast of characters led by smart and sexy wedding planner, Carnegie Kincaid. Her bumpy romance with Aaron is irresistable, and the supporting cast is just plain fun (love those Buckmeisters!). Perfect weekend reading!

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Exciting amateur sleuth tale

    Wedding planner Carnegie Kincaid may create other events from time to time but she draws the line at bachelor parties. She is understandably perturbed to get a call from her bride ordering her to go to the Hot Spot to straighten something up for the groom. When she arrives at the famous club, the best man asks her to make a liquor run. She walks out in a huff and when she returns to her office, she looks out her window and sees the best man and her best friend¿s brother fighting.<P> The next day a policeman comes to her office asking her to identify a body at the morgue because Carnegie¿s business card was found in his pants pocket. A reluctant Carnegie identifies the body as Jason Kraye, the best man. She then goes on to tell the police officer about the fight she witnessed and the police arrest Darren. Lily is furious at Carnegie for ratting out her brother and a remorseful Carnegie swears to her friend she will find out who the killer is. Her promise almost costs Carnegie her life.<P> Each book in this funny and fascinating amateur sleuth series is better than the one before. The author, a talented writer with a wicked knack for creating crisp dialogue and sharp characters, allows her heroine to grow and change so that readers feel she is believable. Despite the fact that two murders take place in MAY THE BEST MAN DIE, there is no violence in the novel so fans of cosies will want to obtain this weeding bell blues novel.<P> Harriet Klausner

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