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Murder Wears White

Written by: Stephanie Blackmoore
Narrated by: Christa Lewis
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Mallory Shepard hopes to unveil her new B&B just in time for her first ceremony as a wedding planner. The renovations to Thistle Park - the mansion she inherited in small-town Port Quincy, Pennsylvania - are almost complete. But what she didn’t plan on is the bride’s aunt being poisoned at the wedding tasting and her perfect venue becoming a crime scene. 

Adding to the mystery is the discovery that this is not the first murder in the bridal family, and, as Mallory becomes engaged in her own investigation, she learns that the man convicted of the crime may not be guilty. Now she has two crimes to solve before the bride walks down the aisle - but a killer has other plans to ensure that Mallory forever holds her peace.

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  • knitsistah
  • 2019-06-05

Annoyingly predictable.

I read the first book so I had to see what happens next, so.... it wasn’t bad, but I find it implausible that a lawyer jumps into situations with no advance thought of protecting herself against what are the usual problems in cozies; and the desperation and greed are a real turnoff.

She makes revelations in hearing of suspects, confront suspected killers with nothing more that indignation and a need to best the cops... and then she’s surprised when the gun comes out...twice? Also the sister throws herself at another smooth, shifty guy after barely surviving the run-in in book 1. Really? I think I need to go back to serious mysteries where I’m not rolling my eyes every few minutes.

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  • Beatrice
  • 2019-05-27

Yawn

I didn't finish the book . It was formulaic and boring. I won't get another one in this series.