Death of a Celebrity by Eleanor Calder

Death of a Celebrity

By Eleanor Calder

  • Release Date: 2016-03-01
  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 29 Ratings
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Description

“The pages turn themselves in this delightful cozy mystery. Full of fun, laughter, warm characters and a strong female sleuth. Its amazing twists and turns will keep you guessing until the end!”

Former Bestselling mystery writer turned innkeeper, Harriet Rose arrives in Sandy Creek, Cape Cod only to find herself at the center of a world famous celebrity murder case.

When her friend is accused, Harriet must uncover the clues, secrets and lies that lead to the identity of the murderer.

With the help of her dog, Bentley and her crazy friend and co-worker, Libby, Harriet must race against time to catch the perpetrator before they get away with another murder.

Note: You won't find any cursing, gore or sex in this book. If you are searching for a traditional cozy mystery set in a coastal town that will keep you turning pages, this is the series for you!

Harriet Rose Mystery books are full novels with an enticing mystery to solve. They are all stand alone reads. The following books are best enjoyed in this order:

Death of a Celebrity: Harriet Rose Mystery #1
Death of a Liar: Harriet Rose Mystery #2
Death of a Salesman: Harriet Rose Mystery #3

Reviews

  • Death of a Celebrity

    4
    By TJLac
    Great cozy mystery. Loved the location! Get lost in following Harriet around doing her own sleuthing and getting to know the locals. Very enjoyable
  • Great new cozy series!

    5
    By Auntie Nip
    Enjoyed this cozy murder mystery. The protagonist and her relationships within a small New England community, puts me in mind of the Miss Marple mysteries by Agatha Christie. Looking forward to the next book, Death of a Liar.
  • Enjoyable

    4
    By Smack004
    Loved the twisting plot and the characters. However, Harriet's dialog was more aligned with a 50-year-old than a 20-something. I had to remind myself all though the book that she wasn't my age.
  • Unexpected culprit

    4
    By Holleyte
    A great book with many twists and turns along the way. Just when you think you have it figured out, the story takes another direction and you are searching again for clues.
  • Fun & keeps you guessing

    3
    By Ajtip
    Great summer reading. I liked the 1st person narrative of a mystery writer solving a murder mystery. Good characters although I think the author was trying too hard with her 1st effort, maybe it was to introduce the town and its inhabitants to the reader.
  • Fun Little Cozy Mystery

    4
    By NC123456789
    This book was a fun and quick read. Well written and worth the price. Can't wait to read the next book in this series!

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