The Tulip Shirt Murders (The Delanie Fitzgerald Mysteries, #2)

The Tulip Shirt Murders (The Delanie Fitzgerald Mysteries, #2)

by Heather Weidner

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BN ID: 2940155054696
Publisher: Sandpiper Productions
Publication date: 11/08/2017
Series: The Delanie Fitzgerald Mysteries , #2
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 535,227
File size: 541 KB

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The Tulip Shirt Murders 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Lovz-Books More than 1 year ago
Delanie Fitzgerald is a private investigator aiming to catch cheaters and liars through espionage and trickery. With her partner, Duncan—the techno-geek—she takes on a CD bootlegging case for a music company. Delanie and Duncan are certainly a great P.I. duo with Delanie obviously having a natural knack for this spy stuff; however, the plot had a steady lag. Although the bootleg case had a mildly appealing angle, it certainly wasn’t interesting enough to sustain a lengthy narrative. Story was certainly well-written and well-informed, but I guess I was kind of wondering where the murders come into play here. Someone was going to die, right? Perhaps this just didn’t move fast enough for me, which is ironic considering this was deemed as a “fast-paced mystery.” Nonetheless, story had a thorough investigation and a strong female protagonist. Pretty good for those mystery lovers.
momelaine More than 1 year ago
This is the first book in this series that I have read. It was good. There were a couple of times that I wished I had read the first in the series because of things that were discussed. So I may have to do that. I like the main characters a lot, especially Margaret and the love of her life, Duncan. I will have to stay tuned to see what Delanie gets herself into in the future.
Melissa_Ann More than 1 year ago
"The Tulip Shirt Murders" by Heather Weicher is a fun detective story starring a female protagonist named Delanie Fitzgerald, her friend/assistant/business partner Duncan, and Duncan's dog Margaret who is somewhat of a (lazy) office mascot. I enjoyed the book. It was quirky and fun and I found the main character relate-able. While she is a private detective running her own business, Delanie is still down to Earth. Yes, she gets herself out of some tough situations but there are also times when she needs help. A lot of other stories have their main character be this epitome of humanity who could do anything, but Weicher created a character who is actually human. There's also a lot going on in this one book. Before we get to the titular crime, the "Tulip Shirt Murder", there are other cases that Delanie works as she makes her way through the story. Delanie also goes undercover multiple times and is able to adapt to the situations that she needs to in order to solve the mystery. This was a fun, easy read. I'd recommend it to any one who is looking for a short and entertaining read.
Dollycas More than 1 year ago
Dollycas’s Thoughts One of my favorite Private Eyes, Delanie Fitzgerald, returns along with her partner Duncan Reynolds, and their office mascot/rug, Margaret, the bulldog. This time she is investigating everything from murder to counterfeit CDs and what may be a mild home invasion. When her friend appears to be attacked by the man they are hunting in their murder case, things get very personal for Delanie and she will burn the midnight oil until she catches them. She puts herself out there in several disguises and even finds herself mixing it up with roller derby ladies and taking a part-time job. There is action in the book from beginning to end. Duncan spends most of his time in the office using his computer skills to follow clues while Delanie is out on the streets every day on stakeouts and questioning suspects and other persons of interests. She gets herself into and out of some dicey situations. I will tell you with the story’s brisk pace it is impossible to put down. Ms. Weidner has created wonderful characters and put them in a story full of drama but with a lot of comedic moments too thanks mostly to the bulldog you just have to love. The cases Delanie and Duncan take on seem true to life with a nice mix of some cases that are easily handled and others where they really have to dig in and search out the clues. I really enjoyed how they are all happening at the same time, the way I think any busy P.I. office would do it. I hope this becomes a long-running series, I can wait for the next book by this author. This was a fantastic read.