Organized for S'more Death (Organized Mysteries, #4)

Organized for S'more Death (Organized Mysteries, #4)

by Ritter Ames

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BN ID: 2940155430032
Publisher: Ritter Ames
Publication date: 03/01/2018
Series: Organized Mysteries , #4
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 70,557
File size: 238 KB

About the Author

Ritter Ames is the USA Today bestselling author who writes the fast-paced suspense Bodies of Art mystery series and the cozy Organized Mysteries series. She focuses most of her time and writing energies on globe-trotting the world via her keyboard to create memorable characters and fascinating fiction novels for readers. 

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Organized for S'more Death (Organized Mysteries, #4) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Looking forward to the nxt organizing mystery.
gdsnv More than 1 year ago
What a fun (fast for me) read! The story starts out with an old New England proverb, that I have heard most of my life, and then jumps right in to the story. This time, Kate and Meg are taking a little time off – a camping trip with the family that is a teeny bit out of Kate’s comfort zone. Never fear! Meg and Kate’s husband Keith are there to help her conquer her OCD fears/tendencies and get thru this with flying colors. I don’t want to tell you too much about the story but you KNOW these two find trouble; they can’t help it. And I am glad they are the ones dealing with all the “outdoor-sy-ness” and not me. Do enjoy the kids as well – gah, you can hear them bickering, just like a normal family. Kate and Meg think quickly on their feet and you will enjoy this latest story.
Rockport_rocker More than 1 year ago
I LOVED it. The best part of any good book is spending time with the character and Kate and Meg are two of my favorite. Their warmth, casual humor, and intelligence draw me as much as they would in real life. I also enjoy watching the interaction between the couples. Things aren't always smooth,especially for Meg and Gil, but they show that they still love each other. I just went my first camping trip with them. It didn't turn out as planned when those those murder magnets I adore found a the jerk's body. I admit that Meg did want to kill him but she didn't want him dead! Ritter Ames special magic strikes again. I can't wait for the next one!
rokinrev More than 1 year ago
“Keith chuckled softly and stopped her words with a kiss. When they broke, he said, “I know, Katie. You and Meg stumble into more trouble than any two women I’ve ever seen. We should have brought the cat so he could have gone with you” Getting ready for another school year is hard enough; with 4 kids between them, Kate,Meg and their husbands decide the weekend before school starts that camping together might just get everyone prepared. Despite a night with a blowhard newsman, everyone seems to be ready to go. Even Paul, the houseguest is going in the same direction. However, when they get to the campsite and Paul goes on to his caravan, things seem to be shaping up....until...a series of unfortunate events cause the trip to be cut short and the families head back home, with plans to return for their stuff the next day. Despite Meg’s house being wired for an alarms system, trouble seems to have followed them home. In true Wonder Woman/Batgirl style, Kate, Meg and their sidekick Robin-Hero the wonder cat manage to organize everything and save the day yet again....this time with Oatmeal Peanut Butter Chunk Choco-Chip Cookies! I love Ritter Ames’ style, from this series to her Bodies of Art and soon another new series:” Frugal Lissa Mysteries”. All roads point in the direction of f-u-n...and you actually might learn a thing or two along the way. Highly recommended 5/5 [I received an early copy of this book as I am on Ritter Ames’ Advance Team and I am voluntarily reviewing it