Devilish, Devious, and Deadly with One Bite: A Lilly M. Mystery

Devilish, Devious, and Deadly with One Bite: A Lilly M. Mystery

by Kathryn Long

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Devilish, Devious, and Deadly with One Bite: A Lilly M. Mystery 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Fun adventurous journey through madness and mayhem to find the real killer of a chef supposedly murdered by a competing chef. Lilly, her cousin Mona and her three white haired aunts who raised her, press forward to find the answers while being pursued by drug lords, hired killers, and government agents.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
First of all, I don't think it's very well-written. The characters and plot are not well-developed. This may be partially due to the assumption that the reader already knows the characters from other books by the same author. However, that is poor planning because that limits who will buy subsequent stories. A good author would want to make their books to be accessible to all readers by giving you enough background info that you could join the series at any time. Also, the story just doesn't flow smoothly. A lot of events and descriptions seem unecessary. Many of the characters" actions seem foolish or silly or contradictory. I only finished reading it because I was already halfway through before I realized that was as good as it was going to get and I figured I'd already made it that far, I might as well follow it through to the end. Unkess you have read other books by this author and know what you are getting into, I would say this is not even worth reading for free.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I usually love stories with a strong female protagonist who gets herself into sticky situations, but I could not wait for this book to end. The characters were a bunch of related middle-aged and elderly ladies that bickered constantly and ran back and forth across the state of Florida, calling for police presence, then evading said police, then needing help from the conveniently-still-available authorities. The author was trying for plot twists that just became ridiculous and obviously needs some grammar lessons. A person has a slight or stocky build - not built, walks with a normal gait - not gate, and has a breathing or heart rate that returns to a normal rhythm - not gate. Two stars for a decent basic plot.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Had me going for a while with all its twists and turns
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is part of a series. It is a stand alone book, with a complete conclusion. It seemed long and drawn out but was not a bad read. Some adult topics. Ages 18 and up. AD
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Lilly's adventures continue with such crazy fun but in Florida this time. Her aunts and cousin join the chase to solve a couple of mysteries. But that's not all. The hot Latino flame, Nick Galina., shows up and tempts Lilly at every turn. However, Lilly has her mind on former fiance, Jake Kline who just happens to be held captive by Lilly's personal enemy, professional hit lady Brooke Williams. And if Lilly doesn't do what she says, Jake might end up dead! Of course, adding to that is Aunt Sadie's friend, pastry chef Audrey Willow. She has been accused of murdering a food critic with a poisonous dessert. Lilly has her hands full trying to solve everyone's problems. This is a funny, entertaining mystery that kept me turning the pages. It's every bit as good as the first two novels in the series. .