Wedding Day Murder

Wedding Day Murder Already juggling four kids hectic schedules a rambunctious dog an attention craving husband and a full time reporter job Lucy Stone can t possibly squeeze in another responsibility or can she When

  • Title: Wedding Day Murder
  • Author: Leslie Meier
  • ISBN: 9780758228949
  • Page: 359
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Already juggling four kids hectic schedules, a rambunctious dog, an attention craving husband, and a full time reporter job, Lucy Stone can t possibly squeeze in another responsibility or can she When Sue Finch asks for help planning her daughter Sidra s wedding to Internet millionaire Ron Davitz, loyal pal Lucy willingly dives into the world of white lace, roses, and chAlready juggling four kids hectic schedules, a rambunctious dog, an attention craving husband, and a full time reporter job, Lucy Stone can t possibly squeeze in another responsibility or can she When Sue Finch asks for help planning her daughter Sidra s wedding to Internet millionaire Ron Davitz, loyal pal Lucy willingly dives into the world of white lace, roses, and chair rentals What could be perfect than a backyard Summer wedding in the Stones newly built gazebo Yet when the groom s body is found floating beside his yacht, Lucy isn t convinced it was an accidental drowning From the picturesque waterfront to toney Smith Heights Road, Tinker s Cove is awash with suspects Now, fresh from planning Sidra s wedding, Lucy finds herself contemplating her own funeral as she launches the harrowing pursuit of a killer who will do anything to keep from being unveiled

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    1. The last book I reviewed on this blog was Turkey Day Murder, so what would be more appropriate than reviewing the next in that series as the first after MoreMysteriesPlease's reboot? (At least those were the thoughts going through my head when I decided to read this book).Leslie Meier has been a hit-or-miss author for me. Some of her books are absolutely delightful, but the next book will be terrible. I am extremely happy to say that Wedding Day Murder was one of the delightful books.I love Lucy [...]

    2. Summer is settling into Tinker's Cove, but that doesn't mean that Lucy Stone is going to get much in the area of down time to relax. Besides working full time at the local newspaper as a reporter, she is overseeing a house with all four of her children home and enjoying the break from school, both high school and middle school. To make things even more interesting, the daughter of her friend Sue Finch is coming home to get married. Sue has asked Lucy to help with planning the simple wedding, but [...]

    3. Quite possibly my favorite Lucy Stone/Leslie Meier book ever. I'm not sure if it was the wedding, the town, or the family, but everything blended together perfectly for a classic cozy mystery in true Down East style. A+

    4. Reporter Lucy Stone’s already busy life ramps up when her best friend, Sue, asks if her daughter’s wedding can take place in Lucy’s lovely gazebo. Although it will mean more work, Lucy’s thrilled at the prospect. She’s watched young Sidra grow up and although Sidra’s lived in New York a while, everyone’s thrilled that the wedding is at home in Tinker’s Cove. When the aloof groom and his overbearing mother arrive on a yacht, feathers quickly become ruffled as the groom’s mother [...]

    5. I'm finding it difficult to pinpoint what made this book great. I guess it was nice to see progress in the timeline of the Stone family. There's something ethereal and fairy like about the story. The mystery itself took a backseat to the social and familial events and dang, I'm at a loss again. I do know that the presence of classic villains helped. The lack of annoying persons here made it easy to love this book. This series will be almost a daily ritual for me until the very end of the former. [...]

    6. This is the only book in the series that is decent and I have read about six of them. Lucy did not do any investigating at all just like the other books but this at least had a decent story. She still complained about her marriage issues and her horrible husband. I do not get that at all. What is the Lucy Stone series about because she does not investigate ever and her only contribution is complaining? I got the books cheap and I want to give it every chance but

    7. I don't care what anyone says I love Lucy Stone. I am not a huge fan of her husband Bill I think he can be way too old fashioned but I think we need to take into account the time period of when these books were written as well.I keep coming back for more and find these books to be light easy reads. I for one love them.

    8. A Fairy Tale Comes True5 gold stars for this series because Leslie Meier has on of the best mystery series around. The plot and storylines are great you get in with the characters. And Leslie brings in the family through out the books and that's important. I will tell everyone that this is a great series grab a book a start to read it.

    9. A wedding that was supposed to be for family and friends but the grooms mother has other ideals. So when BRIDEZIllA comes home for the bridal shower every thing starts to go down hill after the groom turns up flooring died in the harbor and two innocent people might be charged with murder. It's up to Lucy to find out who did it.

    10. The fairytale ending A couple flying off in a silver hot air balloon. But it is a story to get them up there. A millionair or is he? A bridal shower showdown- which side are you on? A surprise murder- not the victim but the attacker. All in all a very entertaining read.

    11. I like the fact that Leslie Meier keeps you guessing with all the twist and turns that she comes up with to keep you guessing.

    12. GoodI enjoyed reading this book very much. It has a great plot and good characters. The story moved right along.

    13. I ended up liking this one more than I initially expected. It was another classic Lucy Stone. Whodunnit kept me guessing until just before the reveal. I do have to admit that I have a love-hate relationship with Lucy's family. though. On the one hand, the teenagers act like believable teenagers; on the other, they are really not all that likable and make me feel a little "wish I could smack them on their noggins." I also wish we'd learn what is eating Bill because he's been a grumpster for the p [...]

    14. Tinker's Cove, Maine, is the cozily evoked setting of Meier's lighthearted Lucy Stone novels, which are usually set around holidays or significant life events. Here a harried Lucy is trying to juggle children, husband and a full-time job when her best friend, Sue Finch, asks for help in planning the wedding of Sue's mother, Sidra, and Internet millionaire Ron Davitz. Lucy agrees to let the ceremony take place in her backyard gazebo. When the groom and his social-climbing mother arrive on a large [...]

    15. Wife, mother of four, and newspaper reporter Lucy Stone has very little extra time on her hands; however, she happily agrees to host her best friend Sue's daughter's wedding at her house at Sue's request. Shortly thereafter, Lucy receives a long list of "to-do's" from Sue in order to make her home and yard presentable for the upcoming ceremony. As Lucy worries about her husband Bill's response to the wedding now taking place at their home in just a few short months, Sue meets Ron, her soon to be [...]

    16. I really liked this book. Lucy Stone's friend Sue Finch asks her to help plan her daughter Sidra's wedding to Internet millionaire Ron Davitz. What could be more perfect than a backyard summer wedding in the Stones' newly built gazebo? The groom's mother Thelma elaborate ideas and constant complaints are the least of Lucy's troubles. With the nupitals looming along the arrangments are in utter chaos and so is Lucy's investigative piece on lobsters. Meanwhile,,, Ron is making enemies at every tur [...]

    17. Who knew that getting married in Tinker's cove could be a deadly plan. Lucy Stone's best friend Sue is planning her daughter Sidra's wedding and things get out of hand when the intended groom turns up dead. Will there be a "Happily Ever-After" for Sidra? You'll have to read to find out about all the twists, turns and suspects along the way. As always Lucy Stone who is now a full-time reporter for her local weekly paper is right in the middle of all the action. I am always entertained and sometim [...]

    18. I enjoyed my visit to Tinker's Cove with Lucy and her family as Lucy helps her best friend Sue plan her daughter's wedding. It is always fun to see what is going on in the Stone household as the kids grow up and Lucy tries to deal with life as a small town housewife. My favorite lines of the book --"in moments the school bus wold arrive for the last time until next September. It was Monday, June 17 -- the last day of school. Watching the second hand jump forward, Lucy felt her freedom ticking aw [...]

    19. These books are always a welcome relief in my reading rotation. Light and humorous with a touch of seriousness at times, Lucy Stone is just your average busybody woman who lives in a small town. The continual antagonistic relationship she has with the local authorities while she is nosing around the latest murder is charming, her friends are always entertaining and reading about the trials of her busy family life is relatable. I plan on continuing this series as Meier always puts a smile on my f [...]

    20. One of the books so far in the series with a plausible storyline and characters who seem to remain true to themselves. I enjoy these "cozy reads" because I am so busy that I sometimes struggle to get through a regular size book in a timeframe that is acceptable to myself. This series allows me to enjoy reading in a way that takes me back to when I was a kid . This installment I found particularly enjoyable.

    21. I really would like to give this one 3.5 stars. I liked it better than some of the others I've read so far, it was less sleuthing and more storyline.Lucy's best friend's daughter is getting married to "the next Bill Gates". He and his mother come in on a rented yacht and Lucy doesn't like him straight away and doesn't know what Sidra sees in him. Her parents feel the same. When Ron is murdered, it looks like anyone could be the murderer, he is disliked that much.

    22. Exactly what we have come to expectAfter 7 previous installments in this series I imagine other fans like me know what to expect with these books . . . this book meets or exceeds those expectations. It is just a fun book filled with characters that you want to know more about!I hate using terms like a "a good cozy mystery" but that is exactly what we have come to expect with this series!

    23. Very formulaic, and required no thinking at all. I just happen to like this character and the family issues she deals with. The mystery part of the book is of lesser interest.

    24. Always a good read, even though she has written 21 or so Lucy Stone mysteries, they never get old. I am enjoying her family, friends and the Tinker Cove community. I grew in a small town so I can relate to the events in Tinker Cove. Her murder plots are always fresh and inventive. I am sure you will enjoy reading them.

    25. Lucy Stone reporter, mother and part time investigator (when murder occurs). Sue Finch's daughter is getting married to the next Bill Gates. But there is a snag in the nuptuals - a murder that needs to be cleared. As usual Lucy steps in (not on purpose) to try and solve the murder while handling her jib and family. Interesting characters enter the picture.

    26. This is a good installment in the Lucy Stone series! It has some interesting time jumps and a lother of the small town interaction I like about the series in general.I just wish they had gone a bit more in depth and not a have everything so on the surface. It was a quick and fun read for sure, but it could have been deeper and not suffered.

    27. This book was quick and easy to read. I recommend it. Lucy's friend's daughter is marrying a rich man who brings a very large yacht into the small fishing town in Maine. When Lucy finds the groom floating in the water she is led into all kinds of adventures and danger. I didn't want to put the book down until I finished it.

    28. Lucy's best friend has asked her to help with her daughter's wedding. While at the bridal shower, the groom to be is found dead. He is floating in the bay. A friend is accused of the murder. Lucy knows he is innocent & sets out to find the real murderer. It was a good book.

    29. A light mystery. Story takes place in tinker's cove. A wedding is to take place and the fiancé is found murdered. More details about the town than really dealing with the mystery. The fiancé is not who they all thought he was. Quick read. Enjoyable book but not a lot of substance.

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