Dread on Arrival (Hemlock Falls Series #17)

Dread on Arrival (Hemlock Falls Series #17)

by Claudia Bishop, TBA (Read by)
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Dread on Arrival (Hemlock Falls Series #17) by Claudia Bishop, TBA

The bitter rivalry between two employees of antique collecting television shows heats up when they come to Hemlock Falls to have it out in a cooking contest. And it's a good thing that inn owners Meg and Sarah Quilliam are experts at appraising motives for murder when one of them keels over on camera...

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781470837044
Publisher: Blackstone Audio, Inc.
Publication date: 02/28/2013
Series: Hemlock Falls Series , #17
Edition description: Unabridged
Pages: 7
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 6.50(h) x 1.20(d)
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Claudia Bishop has authored many mysteries under her name and the name Mary Stanton, and is senior editor of three mystery anthologies. She divides her time between a working farm in upstate New York and a small home in Florida.

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Dread on Arrival 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Dollycas More than 1 year ago
Hemlock Falls, New York, is perfect for tourists with its quaint shops and world famous cooking school and the wonderful Inn at Hemlock Falls. Run by sisters, Meg Quilliam and Sarah Quilliam-McHale. Meg is a master chef with a bit of a temper, watch out for flying saute pans. Sarah (Quill) is the manager with an adorable son Jackson. Her husband Myles, the former sheriff, now works for the federal government and is gone a lot. In this latest installment a episode of the hit television show Your Ancestor’s Attic is being taped in Hemlock Falls. The host of a competing show Pawn-O-Rama arrives on the scene just in time to cause a little trouble. The hosts of the shows have quite a rivalry going and they decide to settle things between them with a cooking contest that will be taped for both programs. Things get a little heated as the competition begins, then one of the men keels over dead. Suspicions are that he was poisoned and his rival is the obvious culprit. But he is not the only suspect, even some of the residents of Hemlock Falls are being questioned. Thankfully the Quilliam sisters are masters at sizing up the suspects and with a little help they will catch the killer. Dollycas’s Thoughts This is one of my favorite series. The entire set in on my keeper shelf. The quirky characters are delightful. They continue to grow and evolve through each story. Their antics always bring a smile to my face. With that being said the plot of this one through me a bit. I love the idea of an Antiques Roadshow type series coming to the town. The characters this theme brought were amazing. I got lost wondering why would these hosts engage in a cooking contest? This idea did bring the story back to the inn and cooking school, but it just felt off. The were appraisers of antiques, not from a cooking show. If rival cooking show hosts came to town this contest was perfect but it didn’t work for me in this circumstance. There was a wedding supposed to be held at the inn with the reception at the cooking school and a murder there may have made more sense. I know after 17 stories it is hard to be new, fresh, current and unique, and please all the fans, this one just missed the mark with me. The story as it plays out is entertaining and I still enjoyed it. It just left me scratching my head a bit.
jrhodes20 More than 1 year ago
If you have been keeping up with the Hemlock Falls mystery series this is a must read. If you have never read it then go get it. You will not be able to put the book down. As always Sarah and her sister Meg will keep you smiling to the end. You will be wishing you could visit Hemlock Falls.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Look. *shows him the leaf full of milk* This'll last you till you're an apprentice!
SleepyGirl1 More than 1 year ago
The book was good, but some of the characters developed were a leap of faith. It is on thing to be a mock up Thomas Kindade, but to expect the reader to think you did that in a few years and than walked away is hard to believe.
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Haven't been able to read it yet, but B&N keeps pressuring me to review it so you get this. I enjoy all Hemlock Falls.