The Wurst Is Yet to Come (Bed-and-Breakfast Series #27)

The Wurst Is Yet to Come (Bed-and-Breakfast Series #27)

by Mary Daheim
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The Wurst Is Yet to Come: A Bed-and-Breakfast Mystery 3.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 39 reviews.
Keara More than 1 year ago
Judith and Reenie are up to their old tricks again. I can't even tell you how many Mary Daheim books I've read, all because someone gave me one of the books from Mary Daheim's Alpine series. Since then I've made sure to keep an eye out for everyone of her bookd in both series. This book as all of her books was witty, lighthearted, funny, yet interesting. I guess to sum it up in one word all her books are "homy" feeling. You feel as if you're part of the book while reading it and can see some of the situations actually happening although I hope no one has as many bodies show up where ever they go as Judith does. :) If you've never tried Mary Daheim books before get this one or any other of her books and get started enjoying these books. I can't wait for the next one in either series to come out! Oh btw the best part of these series books is the way Ms. Daheim writes them you don't have to read them in order to understand each story as they're individual situations.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was terrible! Too many characters , incredibly stupid, and when I finished the book, I still could not tell you who or why they did it. Terrible!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not very good. I had expected it to be up to the standards of the others in this series, I had read. This one was just plain inane. They went from a nice, funny mystery to overboard stupidity. Too bad. I will not purchase another book of this B&B series. This one ruined them for me. I might get another lemon and you can't make lemonade from a bad book, but you can make a nice fire, if not on a nook. Easy to delete though. AD
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was just plain awful. I couldn't even finish. Very disappointed in the author. I love her Alpine series but this terrible.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It was not one of her better stories . I thought it was hard to give it two stars.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I think the author has been reading too many Janet Evanovich's books. The personality of the characters', in this series, has totally changed. Now, everyone has to be funny. This has ruined the book and the series for me and I just can't finish this book ! What a waste for a good series of stories.
ReadersFavorite More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Alice D. for Readers Favorite Judith Flynn takes a few days off from running her famous (or is it infamous?) Hillside Manor Bed and Breakfast and heads to the mountain town of Little Bavaria with her cousin Renie. Judith has agreed to help staff the B&B booth during Little Bavaria's Oktoberfest and she has her fingers crossed lest Cousin Renie should open her mouth and stir up trouble as she most often does. Then, during a diner at the beginning of the festival, Little Bavaria's beloved senior citizen Dietrich Wessler is found dead in the midst of the celebrations. Judith and Renie look into what's what with the help of local police chief Duomo who is kindly but not overly bright, and his assistant, sleeepy Ernie Schwartz who fought in Vietnam and won the Silver Star. Judith and Renie find that there is more going on than appears on the surface. Someone holds grudges that go back to World War II and is resolving issues with murder. "The Wurst is Yet to Come" is a delightful and well-written mystery with twists and turns in the plot that will delight the reader. Judith and Renie are unforgettable characters with Renie's forthright outspokeness balancing Judith's serious nature. Police Chief Duomo, Ernie, the Denkels, the Wesslers, Connie Beaulieu and her husband, Father Dash and all the other characters add to the plot line which proceeds smoothly to the story's end. The fascinating mixture of past history and people's intermingled lives make "The Wurst is yet to Come" and author Mary Daheim's "Bed-and-Breakfast" series well worth putting on reading lists everywhere.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Tried a couple of times but just can't read this book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
How an honest person could give this one five stars is beyond me. This book has too much going on to find it enjoyable. Find another book to read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This one is a little different than some of her stories have been. I enjoyed it.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not an enjoyable read. I never finished it, it is just too ridiculous to be enjoyable. Author does have a good sense of humor, but it is a constant barrage of snarky statements and squabbling between cousins. It was rather stupid. I was disappointed as I usually enjoy this type of amateur sleuthing book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Fun with mystery. The Cousins' are entertaining and the mysteries, while not complex, do have you guessing. Also read her 'Alpine Series'. I have all of her books and re-read them.
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Baby im so sorry my nook broke and i choukdent get on hugd you tight
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This book was a great read. Mary Daheim, is one of my favorite authors.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
i fully enjoyed this book
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Readers who enjoy Mary Daheim's books will enjoy this one too, as will readers new to Mary's work. Interesting plot twists and characters. Judith and her cousin Reenie are off to a B&B convention where all manner of craziness ensues and they help solve not one - but 2 - murders. A good bedtime "read" - plot keeps you paying attention, but it's not so scary that you can't fall asleep when you turn out the light (or turn off your Nook).
mmr More than 1 year ago
Enjoyed this book very much.
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fairytale24 More than 1 year ago
light mystery. Up to the standards of the other of this series. Like the way the characters age as the series continues
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Best book