Addressed to Kill

Addressed to Kill

by Jean Flowers

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ISBN-13: 9780425279120
Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date: 07/25/2017
Series: A Postmistress Mystery Series , #3
Pages: 304
Sales rank: 177,132
Product dimensions: 4.10(w) x 6.70(h) x 1.00(d)

About the Author

Jean Flowers is the pseudonym for Camille Minichino, a long time mystery writer who has published series with Berkley and Minotaur. She is the author of the Postmistress Mystery series, including Addressed to Kill, Cancelled by Murder, and Death Takes Priority.

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Addressed to Kill 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Cassie is a more interesting than average protagonist, in well written and well plotted books. I've read all of the three mysteries written about her thus far, and liked this one the best - I'm hard pressed to articulate why, except that this seemed more intricately plotted than the previous two. The author seems to have really hit her stride!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Her writing skills are definitely improving, though some parts still appear overly redundant at times. I absolutely adore the main character. Cassie really came into shape in this book.
kayteerufus More than 1 year ago
Truly a first class cozy! I love protagonist Cassie Miller and the town of North Ashcot. A fun romp into Valentine's Day mystery and intrigue. Even if you have not read the other 3 great books in this series, you can jump right into this one. Another super read from author Jean Flowers. I was given a copy by the publisher, the opinions are unbiased and my own
chefdt More than 1 year ago
Addressed To Kill is the third book in A Postmistress Mystery series; Another exciting visit with Cassie Miller at the North Ashcot Post Office. Valentine’s Day is quickly coming and a local band, The Ashcots are using the community room at the Post Office to practice for their upcoming Valentine’s Day dinner/dance at the senior center. After practice ended Dennis Somerville a college professor, comes into the post office and asks Cassie to look into a couple pieces of hate mail that he had gotten which are evidently from students of his. She calmly tells him that based on what information he has given her about the letters there is nothing she or the post office can do. Later that day she gets a phone call from Sunni, the police chief, asking her to come to the police station as soon as she can. When Cassie get there, Sunni informs her that Somerville has been found shot to death in his home. Based on the post office receipt in his pocket, Sunni feels that Cassie might have been the last persons to see him alive and ask Cassie to relate his visit to the post office. There have been a number of break-ins in the North Ashcot area and it's thought to be a robbery gone wrong. Cassie has been asked by Mercedes, another professor at the same school, to do a presentation to her class on the Victorian history of Post Office. Cassie feels a certain amount of remorse at not helping Somerville and feels that doing the presentation will give her an excuse to be on campus and do some investigation into Somerville’s murder. But Cassie will find out she needs to find the murderer before her life is canceled. Another well-crafted mystery and an interesting look into the workings of the postal system. Also included are interesting stories from the post office. I will be looking forward to reading the next book in this series.
LisaKsBooksReviews More than 1 year ago
ADDRESSED TO KILL is a priority read. A genuine special delivery. Waiting for this third installment in the Postmistress Mysteries felt slower than waiting for my mail! But the saying is true . . . Good things come to those who wait. While I have loved my past visits to Ashcot, Massachusetts, author Jean Flowers has outdone herself, and once again written a cozy mystery I couldn’t tare myself away from, reading it in one sitting. Getting to spend time with series lead and postmistress, Cassie Miller, and all of the fun, kooky, cool townsfolk, was more wonderful than ever. From cover to cover, ADDRESSED TO KILL was exciting, fun, and informative. Fast paced, with as many twists and turns as an old country road, it held my complete attention throughout. With never a dull moment, I was laughing out loud one minute, then sitting on the edge of my seat the next. A very clever murder led to a surprising reveal. And just when thought it was done, author Flowers threw in an ending that perfectly finished the book off. And don’t you dare close ADDRESSED TO KILL without reading the Post Office Stories, and other fun tidbits at the end!