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Tim Myers
Center Point Pub (March 30, 2005)
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When he stumbles upon the body of potter Araron Gaskin, he is left with more than a blown fuse to worry about. This was light and entertaining, I found the various store owners as interesting as the main mystery. I will keep my eyes open for more in this series.

I said to the crowd of onlookers poised in front of Sanora’s pottery shop. I had no idea how she’d drummed up so many people on such short notice, but I was impressed. I had no idea how she’d drummed up so many people on such short notice, but I was impressed ndred people in the audience, there was a reporter from The Gunpowder Report, our local newspaper, and a camera crew from KRZY, our local television affiliate. If this was her basic, spur-of-the-moment promotion work, I couldn’t imagine what a well-thought-out campaign must look like. I doubted I’d be able to get this kind of a turnout unless I started giving candles away.

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Snuffed Out (Book 2 in the Candlemaking Mysteries). When there's a power outage at River's Edge knocking At Wick's End into darkness, candlemaker Harrison Black investigates, only to find one of his renters dead. As Harrison digs into the potter's demise, he learns quickly that it was murder. He must find the killer quickly, before someone else's lights go out for good! Read online.

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  • I had the first book in this series on my Kindle for some time. I just kept putting off reading it. I read it and had to immediately get the second book in the series. I've also read the Lighthouse series by Tim Myers.

    Myers way of writing is so natural, the books are like visits with friends. The characters are realistic, full of individuality and likeable. I bought Snuffed Out as soon as I finished the first book. I loved it! I did not think I would like the candle making aspect of the books but it is interesting as well. Mrs. Jorgenson is one of my favorite characters. I am now determined to read all the books in this wonderful series. And, if Mr. Myers has written any other series, I will be looking to read them as well!

  • When the power goes out at River's Edge, Harrison stumbles on a dead body. Looks like Aaron was electrocuted when water spilled on the chord of an electric potter's wheel he was using. The police are quick to rule it an accident, but Harrison isn't so sure. Especially when his other tenants keep telling him that Aaron hated electric potter's wheels. With the small police force being struck down by the flue, Harrison starts investigating. Meanwhile, his choice of a replacement tenant causes hard feelings and tensions to rise around the complex. Will Harrison be able to keep the peace, solve the murder, and run his shop?

    I loved the debut in this series and have been looking forward to this book since February. I was disappointed because this book was a very poor follow-up. The mystery was so poorly plotted that it felt like an after thought. And the climax left me with too many questions. The redeeming factor of the book is the main character. I really identify with Harrison and enjoy spending time with him.

    I sure hope the mystery in the next book is better. I really wanted to like this book, but I just couldn't.

  • I've enjoyed both of Tim Myers's candle shop mysteries--AT WICK'S END and SNUFFED OUT--because the series is crafted as the perfect cozy. The main character/sleuth, Harrison Black, has inherited a candle shop as well as the building his and several other cozy shops (antique store, coffee shop/bakery, pottery shop, New Age shop) occupy. This gives the books a closed community of characters, and with Harrison living upstairs in an apartment over the candle shop, gives the readers a place they'll want to come back to again and again. One of the reasons I and many other mystery readers love cozies is that we do get to live the main character's life vicariously, and how comfortable it is to return to Harrison's comfy building to hang out with his friends, learn new ways to make candles, and, oh yes, track down a murderer now and then.

  • We're back in Micah's Ridge with Harrison and his band of fellow shop owners. Harrison stumbles over the dead body of one of his tenants, and finds out the clues don't make sense for an accidental death. Enter the dead man's ex-wife and trouble ensues. The mystery was less intriguing than the characters in this one. There were few clues and it just seemed to be over, but half the fun of a cozy is settling in to enjoy the sleuth and his environs, and this book does not fail in that aspect. Still an enjoyable read.

  • A wonderful series, loved all of them, but unfortunately Tim Myers and his pseudonyms (a very prolific and gifted author no matter what he calls himself) write usually three to six in each series and just when you are in love with each series, it ends. But they are wonderful reading.

  • In the 2nd book in the Candlemaking Mystery series, Harrison Black, the owner of At Wick's End, a candle shop in North Carolina, is finally settling into his new lifestyle. His great-aunt Belle had died recently, and being her only relative, Harrison has inherited both the shop and the entire building in which it resides. He quit his dead-end job as a computer salesman, and moved to the small town to start his new life. Unfortunately, Harrison knew nothing about candles, and he had to rely on his aunt's employee and friend, Eve, to teach him as he works along side her. He had come along way from his first days at the shop, and is beginning to enjoy being a shop-owner and landlord. It all comes to a screeching halt when one of is tenants, Aaron, is found dead, and Harrison starts to suspect foul play. It seems that the deceased potter never used an electric wheel, but had died when the frayed cord on the wheel he had supposedly been using had gotten wet. Then, Harrison agrees to let the ex-wife of Aaron take over his old shop, and infuriates quite a few tenants in the building. When a series of mishaps happen to the shops in River's Edge, Harrison begins to work overtime to catch a killer before he loses both his business, and possibly his life.

    This was a fun, light addition to an interesting cozy series. I love the setting of Micah's Ridge, North Carolina, and the interesting characters that are a part of Harrison's life. Reading many books of the genre, I normally stick to female protagonists, but really enjoyed the character of Harrison in this book. It was nice to see that he was human, in the fact that running his business and never seeming to get away from it was fraying his nerves. Many times in books, the characters don't seem to get frazzled like 'real' people do...and it was nice to see a human side to Harrison. These books are definitely a light, quick read, and would be great for a lazy day at the beach.

    The first book in the series is called "At Wick's End". Enjoy!