Murder With My Darling

Murder With My Darling

by Annie Acorn

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940014716345
Publisher: Annie Acorn Publishing LLC
Publication date: 06/15/2012
Series: Bonnie Lou Mysteries , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 766,195
File size: 312 KB

About the Author

Annie Acorn is the pseudonym of a prolific, internationally published author, whose readership recognizes her mainly for her cozy mysteries and richly woven stories with a warm southern flair. She is a founding member of From Women’s Pens – A Cooperative of Women Writers.

Annie is the mother of two sons, one of whom is married to the best daughter-in-law in the world. She lives in the Washington, D.C. area, where she has done technical writing for AHRQ, NIH, and SAMHSA as a contractor.

She owned a tri-state medical outsourcing business for a number of years and was the Director of a behavioral healthcare firm. She once flipped a comic book and collectible retail company comprised of five stores, and she has managed cemeteries and funeral homes. She is the owner of Annie Acorn Publishing LLC.

Ms. Acorn has published in The Inspirational Writer, and she edited an in-house publication for the State of Mississippi. She is a contributor of ezine articles.

In her spare time, Ms. Acorn enjoys reading, writing mysteries, listening to classical music, playing cards, and spending time with her friends – usually at a restaurant serving delicious food.

Annie is the author of the blog at You can friend her on Facebook and tweet her at Annie_Acorn. She will respond to your email sent to .

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Murder With My Darling 3.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
peggy_hays_teel More than 1 year ago
Bonnie Lou Ladner is a character you don't want to miss. Annie Acorn introduces Bonnie Lou and friends in Murder With My Darling, a fast paced mystery filled with lots of laughs and plenty of reason to hope Ms. Acorn is writing the next one right now. Set in Missing County, Tennessee, the story will keep you guessing and grinning to the very end.
Cozylover More than 1 year ago
This hilarious, tongue-in-cheek tale of how Bonnie Lou Ladner solves a murder in fictional Missing County, Tennessee, comes right from the horse's lipsticked mouth. Bonnie Lou is a former beauty queen and current beauty shop owner whose main goal in life is to hold on to her man, the hunky County Sheriff, and make his life happy. When an unsolved murder threatens his peace of mind, not to mention the opening day of deer hunting season, Bonnie Lou springs into action and saves the day. Along the way, we are treated to her words of wisdom and blunt opinions on everything from makeup to mayhem, including advice from the fictional "A Southern Gal's Guide to Keeping Her Man." Not your ordinary murder mystery; you'll hoot and holler over this one!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It was an ok book. The main characters inner dialogue got annoying. Cute idea, but way too much. I love quick light reads (what I live on!) but I only reason I finished was because I cant leave a book undone.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed this book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I bought ALL of Annie Acorn's books after reading one, I throughly enjoyed. I have read most of them and while this one was better then most have been, it was still a bit silly. But sometimes a silly book is a good thing, we all need to cut loose once in a while and enjoy a laugh, a cup of coffee and a chocolate biscotti. I have three main objections to make about this 435 page book. The first is personal, I have a great dislike for first person books, I get annoyed almost from the first page, I do not like someone telling me who, what, when, where, and why, while I am trying to read. Second, the main character actually talks to the reader, so inane. Third was the often used phrase," (but) I digress." All three are pet peeves of mine. I also did not care for the list of rules for southern ladies, but I can tolerate that one. This book was actually pretty well edited. It has an excerpt at the end, which is for another book about Bonnie Lou. There is very little violence, no cursing or sex. This is just a silly, light hearted, fun book, good for a rainy day or when the reader needs a pick me up. Recommended for ages sixteen and up. Geared more to women readers. Read it and laugh. AD
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A quick,light read but a little silly for my taste. Some repetitive writing and not much character development.