Marry, Kiss, Kill

Marry, Kiss, Kill

by Anne Flett-Giordano

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Overview

In this debut mystery set in Santa Barbara, movie stars are in town for the film festival, powerful business interests are at stake, and detective Nola MacIntire and her partner, Tony Angelotti, must solve the complicated puzzle behind three seemingly unrelated deaths in this idyllic beach town. This mystery has got it all: snappy dialogue, memorable characters, and a captivating web of intrigue to untangle.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781938849497
Publisher: Prospect Park Books
Publication date: 06/16/2015
Pages: 304
Product dimensions: 5.20(w) x 8.20(h) x 0.90(d)

About the Author


Anne Flett-Giordano is a five-time Emmy-winning television writer and producer whose credits include Frasier, Becker, and Desperate Housewives. In addition to the three Best Comedy and two Best Writing in a Comedy Series Emmys, Anne (with her screenwriting partner Churck Ranberg) has won a Producer’s Guild Award, a Golden Globe, and a Writer’s Guild nomination for Best Writing in a Comedy Series. Currently a consultant on the half-hour comedy Hot In Cleveland, starring Betty White, Anne divides her time between Los Angeles and Santa Barbara, California, where she shares a home with her husband, Arnie, and two book-blocking cats, Raider and Gracie.

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Marry, Kiss, Kill 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Betsy-Kipnis More than 1 year ago
I am not a big fan of mysteries and this novel helped me continue to be such... This book is so full--too full... “Marry Kiss Kill” is full of product placement, name dropping, song lyrics, cliche characters with the depth of a foot bath, and a shaky plot that could be scrapped and exchanged and no notice taken. Set in beautiful Santa Barbara, California during a film festival, a series of seemingly unrelated murders occur and are left to be solved by 40-something Detective Nola McIntre. Nola’s self-absorption and fear of aging occupies WAY too much narrative time which makes the novel read more like either treatment for television or an informercial for beauty youth solutions. The mystery behind the murders is loosely woven into the story and there are no high stakes compelling a reader to puzzle away during their coveted reading time. Probably the only good thing I can say about this book is that the chapters were short. Unfortunately, there were many of them. I am surprised at Prospect Park for publishing “Marry Kiss Kill.” They must have done so because they were friends with the author or needed to add a recognized name to their catalog. I definitely plan on leaving this one in the bin for free books at the local library.