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Ground to a Halt (Hemlock Falls Series #14) [NOOK Book]

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Sisters and innkeepers Meg and Quill have an inn full of guests who can't stop fighting. Soon, one ends up murdered on a pig farm. And when a psychic correctly predicts a second murder, business grinds to a halt.


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Ground to a Halt (Hemlock Falls Series #14)

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Overview

Sisters and innkeepers Meg and Quill have an inn full of guests who can't stop fighting. Soon, one ends up murdered on a pig farm. And when a psychic correctly predicts a second murder, business grinds to a halt.


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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781440622168
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA)
  • Publication date: 2/6/2007
  • Series: Hemlock Falls Series , #14
  • Sold by: Penguin Group
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 256
  • Sales rank: 340,457
  • File size: 405 KB

Meet the Author

The author of the popular Hemlock Falls mystery series, Claudia Bishop also writes a fantasy series for American Scholastic, Inc. under the name of Mary Stanton. Death Dines at 8:30 is her first editorial effort.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 15, 2007

    Pet food can be deadly

    Sarah 'Quill' Quillam runs the Inn at Hemlock Falls in upstate New York. Her sister Meg is the chef. Currently the conventioneers from the International Association of Pet Food are guests. They're meeting about switching to vegan pet food. So far things have not gone smoothly. When Quill discovers the body of Lila Longstreet which she's supervising a field trip to Heavely Hogg's Pig Farm, the fat hits the fan. Pet psychic Olivia Oberlie predicts a second murder. After that prediction is proved right, Meg and Quill decide to investigate. Can they find the killer before he/she strikes again? Can they keep each other safe during the process? I love this series and am sad that it will soon be ending. Quill and Meg are such fun characters. I wish the Inn at Hemlock Falls was real. I'd love to go for a visit and meet them. The peripheral characters at the Inn and in town really add to this great cozy series. Having it set at an Inn really lends itself to have an unlimited supply of characters, but I am sure all the murders would eventually be hard on business! I like the way Quill and Meg work together to solve crimes. I like the way the author has brought some turmoil into their lives. Seeing them work through turmoil makes them more real. I highly recommend this complete series as well as this book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 13, 2007

    Nice Mystery, but not the greatest

    This book revolves around two sisters, Sarah and Meg, who solve mysteries while trying to manage their Inn. It's a nice mystery with twists and turns, but it's not the greatest mystery book out there - try the Mr. Monk mystery series - they're awesome!

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