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by Casey Mayes

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Author:
Casey Mayes
ISBN13:
978-0425251645
ISBN:
0425251640
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Publisher:
Berkley; Original edition (October 2, 2012)
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Subcategory:
Mystery
ePub file:
1853 kb
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1594 kb
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Rating:
4.8
Votes:
323

Mayes is quite good at planting clues and red herring. Deadly Row is quite a pleasant traditional mystery, with just enough police procedural thrown in to. .Berkley prime crime, new york.

Mayes is quite good at planting clues and red herring. Deadly Row is quite a pleasant traditional mystery, with just enough police procedural thrown in to keep it interesting. The mystery is engaging and well constructe. Deadly Row reads a bit like a younger, hipper Carolyn Hart or Nancy Fairbanks novel. It makes a welcome addition to the cozy scene, and I’ll definitely be keeping an eye out for the sequel. Berkley Prime Crime titles by Casey Mayes. A deadly row. A killer column.

A Grid For Murder is the third book in the A Mystery By The Numbers series by Casey Mayes

A Grid For Murder is the third book in the A Mystery By The Numbers series by Casey Mayes. Then Laura and Sandra, also from Parson's Valley are invited to the table.

Only 3 left in stock (more on the way). A Killer Column" is a follow-up to Casey Mayes' (who also writes books under real name Tim Myers) first book, A Deadly Row. The Mystery by the Numbers series features Savannah Stone and her husband Zach. Savannah makes a living creating logic and number puzzles for newspapers around the country. Her husband Zach is a former a police chief, and is now a consultant for various police departments.

Savannah Stone, a math puzzle creator, and her husband Zach, a retired Charlotte police chief, in rural North Carolina, in the Mystery by the Numbers series . Shelve A Grid for Murder.

Savannah Stone, a math puzzle creator, and her husband Zach, a retired Charlotte police chief, in rural North Carolina, in the Mystery by the Numbers series: Book 1. by Casey Mayes. Capturing the hot new craze: The new Math Puzzl. ore.

A Mystery by the Numbers Series. But when a novice puzzle maker’s number is up, Savannah has to fill in the blanks to solve a murde. avannah would almost rather drink poison than have tea with Joanna Clayton. Sign me up to get more news about Mystery & Suspense books.

I hit the speed dial for Zach’s number and got his voice mail instantly. He clearly didn’t want to be disturbed, but that wasn’t going to stop me from using him as a backup. MoreLess Show More Show Less.

You can read book A Grid for Murder by Casey Mayes in our library for absolutely free. I hit the speed dial for Zach’s number and got his voice mail instantly.

Savannah Stone makes her living creating puzzles for logic lovers. Savannah would almost rather drink poison than have tea with Joanna Clayton. Not only is the unpleasant woman one of the worst gossips in Asheville, North Carolina, over tea she flaunts her new assignment creating logic puzzles for a local newspaper-one that has repeatedly turned down Savannah’s work.

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Thankfully even bad things come to an end. That pretty much sums up this series as Zach and Savannah Stone solve yet another unnecessary murder. Unfortunately, she runs into Joanne Clayton and Joanne can’t wait to tell her that she too is now a published puzzle maker. Savannah is taken aback when she finds out that Joanne’s puzzle was published in a newspaper that she’s been trying to get into. Plus, she finds out that Joanne wants to put Savannah out of business.

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Savannah Stone makes her living creating puzzles for logic lovers. But when a novice puzzle maker’s number is up, Savannah has to fill in the blanks to solve a murder...

Savannah would almost rather drink poison than have tea with Joanna Clayton. Not only is the unpleasant woman one of the worst gossips in Asheville, North Carolina, over tea she flaunts her new assignment creating logic puzzles for a local newspaper—one that has repeatedly turned down Savannah’s work.

But when Savannah’s retired police chief husband, Zach, calls her later to tell her Joanna has actually been poisoned, she is more than puzzled—she’s troubled. Will the police consider puzzle envy a strong enough motive and think she decided to eliminate the competition? It’s time for Savannah to sort through Joanna’s long list of enemies to find out who was bitter enough to poison the prospective puzzle maker . . .

  • This third book in the 'A Mystery by the Numbers' series has to be my favorite one yet. Our sleuth, Savannah Stone only went into Asheville, NC to fax her latest math puzzle to her syndicate office, thought she would have a nice bite to eat outside and enjoy the fall weather at a cute cafe, The Cafe Noir. What happened is that she had a cup of tea with a woman who would shortly be a murder victim.

    Savannah, married to the former Charlotte, NC Police Chief, Zach Stone, finds herself among several other persons that are heading the likely suspects list. While Zach volunteers to help the Asheville police, Savannah, not one to sit at home and await the chips falling where they might, decides to take a pro-active stance and heads off to begin her own investigation as to who wanted the unlikable Joanne Clayton dead.

    The cozy murder follows a comfortable path of deduction, so why do I especially like this novel? I like this book because it explores a good marriage, the resilience of friendships, new and old, and the triumph of good over bad.

    The dialog is so readable that you feel you are in the conversations. The situations Savannah finds herself in, may at times seem foolish, but never non-credible. As the saying goes, to paraphrase, 'Fools rush in where Angels fear to tread.' I enjoy the ease and honesty between Savannah and Zach Stone. Finally the book reminds you that secrets should be kept honest and not for hurting others.

    Yes, I did like this book.

  • At the start of this book I wondered why the protagonist was so disliked in town that she thought townspeople would think she was the murderer. It did, for a while, seem that she had a motive, but then she discovered she wouldn't even have had a motive because a copyright law suit would have taken care of the woman who was the murder victim, leaving the victim completely humiliated in the process.

    As the book wore on, I realized why the protagonist was disliked. She was thoroughly dislikable. She went around town offending everyone who had ever been a friend. I have read at least one other of this series, and I hadn't noticed her unpleasantness, so I think the author was simply in a bad mood when she wrote the book. I would score it as not a fun read.

  • I really liked this book. It was hard to put down once I started to read it. I would recommend this to all who like mysterious, fun and scary once in a while.

  • This was well written and had a lot of twists to the plot. It held your interest until the end.

  • Love Casey Mayes. I like math and mysteries and this book combines both for a very enjoyable reading experience. Hope the author writes more adventures for this cast of characters.

  • would consider the condition very good. 2 nasty labels on the back that cleaned off ok but otherwise very good.

  • All of the mysteries and action books that I order are just what I like and enjoy to escape the humdrum sameness of everyday life.

  • Short, funny, mystery which I enjoy. If you like murder mysteries that have that who done it feeling you will like it