Last Mango in Paris (Cozy Mystery)

Last Mango in Paris (Cozy Mystery)

by Morgana Best

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Now that Dorothy is out of the way, Cressida employs a French Chef on the advice of Lord Farringdon alone. When a particularly untidy and rude builder is smothered by a mango, Mr. Buttons is discovered standing over the body. Instead of seeing Mr. Buttons as a murder suspect, the police believe he was the intended victim.
As the intrigue mounts, Blake tells Sibyl not to interfere. Sibyl soon realizes this is no ordinary murder case and that Mr. Buttons has been hiding secrets from them all.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161673522
Publisher: Best Cosy Books
Publication date: 08/07/2018
Series: Australian Amateur Sleuth , #6
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 309,011
File size: 350 KB

About the Author

After surviving a childhood of deadly spiders and venomous snakes in the Australian outback, bestselling author Morgana Best writes cozy mysteries and enjoys thinking of delightful new ways to murder her victims.

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Last Mango in Paris (Australian Amateur Sleuth, #6) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Tangen More than 1 year ago
situational-humor, murder, amateur-sleuth, Australia, humor, cosy-mystery A guest house in rural Australia, a cat that vets the boarders and employees, a traveling pet groomer who seems to attract dead bodies and has a policeman for a boyfriend, and wait until you meet the landlady! Although the newest in the series, you can't get lost because the author is kind enough to drop clarifying bits wherever needed. No real spoilers, but imagine three people going into an odd little shop and two of them are so naive as to totally misunderstand the purpose of the large dog collars and other leather goods and that's just one of the giggles! The mystery and investigation are well done and the characters certainly are, and the situational humor is guaranteed to have you spraying your caffeine!