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Never Preach Past Noon (Leigh Koslow Mystery Series #3)
     

Never Preach Past Noon (Leigh Koslow Mystery Series #3)

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by Edie Claire
 

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Leigh and Aunt Bess suspect the Reverend Humphrey is a con-artist. But you can't investigate a suspect you can't find-and everywhere Leigh looks she turns up more evidence that the missing parson fell victim to foul play....

"Edie Claire writes with a style and dash, creating characters with real pains, aches, fears, and foibles...sheer delight."-Carolyn

Overview

Leigh and Aunt Bess suspect the Reverend Humphrey is a con-artist. But you can't investigate a suspect you can't find-and everywhere Leigh looks she turns up more evidence that the missing parson fell victim to foul play....

"Edie Claire writes with a style and dash, creating characters with real pains, aches, fears, and foibles...sheer delight."-Carolyn Hart

"Leigh Koslow makes for an engaging heroine."-Jessica Speart"Bright, breezy, and witty."-Tamar Myers

* 3rd in the acclaimed Leigh Koslow mystery series

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781477518816
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
05/31/2012
Series:
Leigh Koslow Mystery Series , #3
Pages:
224
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.51(d)
Age Range:
1 - 17 Years

Meet the Author

USA-Today bestselling novelist and playwright Edie Claire is a veterinarian, a childbirth educator, and a mother of three who delights in writing six genres of fiction: cozy mysteries, romantic fiction, women's fiction, humor, YA romance, and comedic stage plays. Pick up any Edie Claire work and you can be assured of intrigue, humor, a touch of romance (or a hefty dose of it, depending on the book!) and an ending that will leave you with a smile.

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Never Preach Past Noon 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 33 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is the third in a series. When I read the preview, I thought it was the same old tired formula, and to some extent it was, but this author took the formula and made it fresh and new, she added her own touches to give it some originality and spice, which turned the book into a delight to read. It was about 500 pages long. I loved the animals, the characters and the plot. I read the firstbook in this series a long time ago, enjoyed it and then forgot about it. After reading this book, I dug it back out and reread it. Then I bought the second and fourth one. I enjoyed those also.a great read. More for woman then men. Ages 16 and up. No sex, no gore, no cursing. Although this book is about a crooked preacher and mostly takes place in a church, it does not contain, preaching or Bibical references. It has some interesting twists and turns. I blamed whodunit on about five different people and was to the point, I was ready to blame the cat, when I finally figured it out. It is nicely edited. My only complaint about this book was the smug, I can't tell the cops what I know attitude, of one of the main characters, but she was still a likable, although bossy, hoot. Read and enjoy. AD
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very nice series. Easy to read on a dreary day or just a chapter or two before bed. Pittsburgh references make me smile.
hideva More than 1 year ago
So far I have read all the Leigh Koslow Mysteries and can't wait for the next instalment.
toomuch More than 1 year ago
very impressed with this author. i enjoy especially since i am familar with the areas she writes about. keep up the good work
EagerReaderDM More than 1 year ago
Leigh Koslow has a bad habit of discovering dead bodies. This time, she stumbles across one in a cooler who just happens to be her aunt's pastor. Who could have wanted to ice the man? A better question might be, who didn't? I do enjoy this series! I recommend this book (and series) to anyone who likes light, cozy mysteries.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is book 3 of #Edie Claire's Leigh Koslow's s series. Once again I enjoyed this book and I've bought book 4 to read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I've read this series in order so far and I was prepared to say I liked this book the least. Then I reached the end and loved how it ended. The thing that was redundant was a character doing so many things that were wrong, stating it was wrong, but never suffering the consequences. I'd still say fans should read!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
On a whim I decided to chance reading something from a totally different author and much to my delight I found thayt id made a great choice. Ive since read two more of her works usually following something a tad deeper ... and find that I truly do look forward to the light and bright reading I know is in store for me. I highly suggest giving any one of her works a try and see if you feel the same.
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CatLover97 More than 1 year ago
I have thoroughly enjoyed reading this series. It always keeps me guessing to the end and I like reading about the same characters.
Bookworm1951 More than 1 year ago
Great cozy mystery series. fun easy read. I really like this series. However, this book had a few more editing errors than the previous 2. I truly don't understand why authors don't put the time and effort into having their works proofread prior to publication. We certainly spend good money for these books and should expect no editing errors. This would have been a 5 star review if there weren't so many errors in the book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have enjoyed the entire series of books. Unfortunately I read them out of order but I still enjoyed them. They are light and have some mysteries to solve.
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Another great read. Love Leigh Koslow and all the extended family.
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Good read.
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Liked tje book very well. But the pages come up about 200 pages short if you try to get back into the book and will not go past that place. Good for only one read and not for lending. Will contact barnes and noble about this problem and the 4 claire delacroix books purchased that came up blank.
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