Never Sorry (Leigh Koslow Mystery Series #2)

Never Sorry (Leigh Koslow Mystery Series #2)

by Edie Claire

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ISBN-13: 9781538007228
Publisher: NOOK Press
Publication date: 12/19/2016
Series: Leigh Koslow Mystery Series , #2
Pages: 252
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.57(d)

About the Author

No matter the genre, USA-Today bestselling novelist and playwright Edie Claire strives to infuse all her writing with both warmth and humor. Her family-friendly Leigh Koslow cozy mystery series, a favorite of animal lovers that was originally published in 1999, was reborn in 2012 to become a USA-Today bestseller. Her romantic novels range from women's fiction with romantic elements to a blend of romance and mystery, beginning with her traditionally published contemporaries, the award-winning Long Time Coming and Meant To Be, and continuing with her exciting new series of interconnected romantic novels, Pacific Horizons, whose characters follow the migration of the humpback whales to some of the most gorgeous locations on earth. In any Edie Claire work, the reader may be assured that intrigue will beckon and tensions will rise - but love will triumph and happy endings will abound!

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Never Sorry 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 50 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is about 350 pages and still manages to be a fast read. I read the first book in this series of six, quite some time ago and bought this, the second, because I wanted something not hard core or sappily romantic to read. It fullfilled my need for a soft murder mystery. There were some pretty glaring editorial mistakes, which made me reread a bit, but not enough of them to make me grind my teeth in frustration. The murders, while only mildly described, left a clear picture of the carnage. To me this is a sign of a good writer. I enjoyed the characters, they seemed to have on the mark, human feelings. No sex, no cursing. Good friends and family looking out for each other. I would have given this book a better rating if not for left out words and knowing whodunit at the end of the second chapter. I enjoyed this book. I will, read the third book at some time. More a woman' s mystery. Ages 16 and up. AD
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Second in a series of 6 , great reads! These are well constructed murder mysteries with a likeable female " heroine" . Got one on Nook but bought the series in paperback so I could send them to my sister. There are just enough red herrings to keep you guessing. Plots flow eadily and are not contrived. Settings are unique and fun. Like Edie Claire on Facebook and you may be able to carry on a conversation with her. She seems like a real sweetheart.
Andi1121 More than 1 year ago
I have a slight case of ADD and a book really has to grab me.  I have about 10 books going at any given time, most of which have been on my ongoing reading list for 2 or 3 years because I just can't get through them.  I picked up this book and let me just say, I was thoroughly impressed and entertained! I'm now on book 4 and have been reading straight through these.  Definitely a cozy mystery series with an edge of excitement.  Lovable and personable characters, humor, and really good plot twists.  A must read for any cozy mystery lover! 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good clean fun. Especially enjoy the references to Pittsburgh,my old home town; the characters ring true.
Bookworm1951 More than 1 year ago
Another light, easy read. This second book of the series has a few more editing errors such as missing words, etc. than the first book. Likeable characters. The author's description of events, leaves no doubt in your mind as to what happened without all the shock value. An easy to follow, good mystery without all the gore and violence. Enjoyable series. Somewhat predictable plot.
trs128 More than 1 year ago
this books takes twist and turns that you never saw comming. it keeps you turning pages so you can find out who really didi do it!It was so good. I have also read the first book in this seris and it was just as good.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The book was good; really enjoyed it. But if you try to reread or lend it out, it comes up about 200 pages short of the ending and will not go past that point. So it's only good for a one time read. 4 stars for the story and 1 star for barnes and noble interface.
victorianrose869 on LibraryThing 1 days ago
January 6, 2000Never SorryEdie ClaireSince I enjoyed Edie Claire¿s first novel (Never Buried) so much, I was eager to pick up her second. Leigh Koslow is a fairly refreshing protagonist, though not quite as refreshing as she was in the first book. Also, I think I enjoyed Never Buried more because of the setting: poor relation (Leigh) staying with her rich cousin and best friend (Cara) in a big house. I love big houses and rich cousins! ¿And of course, the story itself in Never Buried was irresistible for its sheer audacity ¿ a dead, long-embalmed body of a strange man turning up in the backyard hammock. It just doesn¿t get any stranger than that, really.Anyway, this time Leigh is working part-time in a zoo, where the veterinarian is a guy she had a massive crush on as a teenager when he worked for Leigh¿s father (also a vet).Well, one of the animal handlers is found dead, her leg in one of the tiger¿s mouths. She was an old archenemy of Leigh¿s from high school, as well as an ex-lover of Mike¿s (the vet), and both Leigh and Mike are prime suspects. Leigh knows she didn¿t do it, but she¿s not so sure about Mike.The recurring characters, like Mo (Maureen), Leigh¿s large policewoman cousin; Warren, Leigh¿s college-days friend and best buddy; Leigh¿s overbearing mother and easygoing father, are refreshing and fun to meet up with again. I do like the series and will continue to read them as they come out.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Fun, fast and enjoyable. ~*~LEB~*~
niviag More than 1 year ago
I recently discovered this author and have read 6 vooks in the Leigh Koslow series. It's entertaining, has good plots and keeps you guessing till the end.
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Yinrapids More than 1 year ago
Edie Claire had the ability to grab you from page one!  This second book in the Leigh Koslow series is better than the first.  I thought  the first one was pretty awesome.  You will not be sorry if you read this book - but read #1 first if you haven't already.  These books are "feel good" reads.  So far no sex or bad language.  You will enjoy!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Enjoyed this book, had to buy Book 3.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a very good quick read series. The characters are likable and real. I have always been a " Murder She Wrote" fan and this is along the same line. No explicit gore or sex but the action and friendships keep your interest as the heroine finds herself involved in murder and unusual situations. I have read three of this series and am sure I will continue to read the rest. I would say it is a woman's book. Coffee, nook and enjoy.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
great start...
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I am really enjoying this series. Can't wait to start the next one.
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Really enjoyed.
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Another great story. I love this series-not predictable. Also, love the Pittsburgh references!