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Wow did this one change things. Such a family of nosey parkers who act exactly like a big family. A bit of a twist. I am not sure he could afford to have any more murders at the Soap Shop but I hate to see Ben and his family and ladies go away. These books are cute entertainment stories for soap makers who also like mystery books. They certainly are not the best-written books, the stories get a little cheesy and I probably will not be reading more than once, but they are good for their entertainment value.
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I enjoy Tim Meyers' books to such an extent that I have bought myself a soapmaking kit. I think it is a brilliant idea to write a mystery and incorporate a hobby in the plot. Like this series, also read his other series. This is a continuation in a series and a definite must have for the avid reader of Tim Myers. He keeps you in suspense right to the end and keeps you entertained all throughout. Can't wait for his next book! Feedback If you need help or have a question for Customer Service, contact us.
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Apr 29, R. I read the three books, which I believe is the complete series, I didn't like it very much.
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It felt rushed, with no real character development, missing hints, and blunt endings. I originally intended to continue on his other series, but after this I don't think I will. Nov 15, Kirsti rated it really liked it Shelves: So this author has written under a number of different names, and as always I enjoyed their book. It was refreshing to have a male sleuth; I don't think I've read any like that since the Cat Who books, and I will fully admit to Qwill maintaining his status as my favorite male 'detective' in cozy mystery.
This book follows the theme idea, in that the sleuth and his family make soap. The mystery takes many twists and turns, leaving you breathless by the end. Ben is a little blunt, and does damage to his friends and relationships by the end of it all. Still, he ferrets out the murderer, and that's the main thing.
I only have this book so far in this series, but I'd definitely like to know more about Ben and his soap making family.
Dec 14, Michelle Randall rated it really liked it Shelves: This was the third in the Soapmaking Series, and starts with Where's the Soap hosting a craft author for a book signing, and soap making celebration and display, but although the author is right behind Ben, when he goes to introduce her, she doesn't come out, much to Ben's dismay, he goes to the back to find her dead on the floor. This is bad for business, so you know that Ben is going to have to dig into the murder, if for no other reason than the sake of family.
Another great crafting mystery b This was the third in the Soapmaking Series, and starts with Where's the Soap hosting a craft author for a book signing, and soap making celebration and display, but although the author is right behind Ben, when he goes to introduce her, she doesn't come out, much to Ben's dismay, he goes to the back to find her dead on the floor.
Another great crafting mystery by Tim Myers! Now I need to get ahold of his Lighthouse murder series, because I have got to read some more by this author. Jan 28, Diana rated it really liked it.
This is a cozy mystery about a family who makes soap. They decide to have a woman who has written a book about soap making come and do a demonstration and book signing. However, just before she is to speak, she is murdered in the back room of the business.
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She wasn't exactly a likeable person, so there are many suspects. Most of the cozy mysteries I have read have women was the main character. This book has a man as the main character. Apr 21, Mary Biblophile rated it liked it Shelves: Enjoyable, breezy little cozy which features a man instead of a woman as the nosy parker. Jan 17, Cathy rated it liked it Shelves: Korryn McMinn Finally I can download and read this ebook. Tara Leigh I was worry at first time when I got redirected to the membership site.
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