Reel Murder

Reel Murder

by Mary Kennedy

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Radio psychologist Maggie Walsh has no sooner gotten involved with a local movie production than the leading lady turns up dead. Now Maggie has to find the killer before the credits roll. Could this be her final performance?

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BN ID: 2940158669903
Publisher: Bleecker Street Books
Publication date: 02/16/2018
Series: Talk Radio Mysteries , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 612 KB

About the Author

Mary Kennedy is a licensed psychologist and the author of two mystery series, The Talk Radio Mysteries and the Dream Club Mysteries, as well as the Hollywood Nights and Crazy Love Diaries young adult novels. She lives in the Northeast with her husband and six neurotic cats. Both husband and cats have resisted all her attempts to psychoanalyze them, but she remains optimistic. You

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Reel Murder 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
ArizonaJo More than 1 year ago
Reel Murder by Mary Kennedy is the 2nd book in the Talk Radio series and was another intriguing cozy mystery. I really enjoy this series and each one gets better as I read. I like Maggie and feel like I got to know her much better in this second book. I love Vera Mae. Her snarky attitude makes me laugh each time she appears. Her mother, Lola, is quirky and definitely over the top when it comes to her career and her stories regarding Hollywood. I enjoyed the references to different movies and celebrities that pop up when Lola makes an appearance. I also found the background information of how movies are made to be fascinating. I do confess that I wish Maggie would stand up more for herself with Rick about her profession and forensic psychology. I get that he's handsome and drool-worthy but her former profession shouldn't be slighted by him. Ms. Kennedy would you please have Maggie take him down a peg or two? The mystery was quickly paced and there were a few twists; but I did catch on to who the killer might be before Maggie. However, I wasn't clear on the "why" until the reveal. Since I am so late starting this series, I've already got book #3 lined up and ready to go.