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Too Dead To Dance: A Jennifer Penny Mystery epub ebook

by Diane Morlan

Too Dead To Dance: A Jennifer Penny Mystery epub ebook

Author: Diane Morlan
Category: Mystery
Language: English
Publisher: Cozy Cat Press (June 12, 2012)
Pages: 204 pages
ISBN: 0984479511
ISBN13: 978-0984479511
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 707
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Too Dead To Dance book.

Too Dead To Dance book. When one of her best friends Sister Bernie is accused of the murder Here's to you Diane Morlan for writing a delightful and fun mystery with small-town charm that is sure to keep readers coming back for more. Zicke, zacke, zicke, zacke, hoi, hoi, hoi" - A German toast that I'll be sure to use at my next cocktail party! Hermann Minnesota's Polka Daze Festival is interrupted when Jennifer Penny local coffee roaster and entrepreneur stumbles onto a dead body at the local fairgrounds.

Published by Cozy Cat Press at Smashwords. Other author's books: Too Dead To Dance. This ebook is licensed for your personal enjoyment only. This ebook may not be re-sold or given away to other people. Thank you, Patricia Rockwell, for finding me and taking me on this incredible journey.

This ebook may not be re-sold or given away to other people. If you’re reading this book. and did not purchase it, or it was not purchased for your use only, then please return to Smashwords. com and purchase your own copy. Thank you for respecting the hard work of this author. Cover design and illustration by Scott Saunders, Design 7 Studio, ww. esign7studio

Lederhosen, accordions and a dead body! Coffee roaster Jennifer Penny was astonished when she walked into her coffee booth the second day of Hermann, Minnesota's Polka Daze Festival. A dead body lay under the table!

A Jennifer Penny Mystery, Book 1. By: Diane Morlan. Narrated by: Karin Allers. Length: 4 hrs and 46 mins. Lederhosen, accordions and a dead body! Coffee roaster Jennifer Penny was astonished when she walked into her coffee booth the second day of Hermann, Minnesota's Polka Daze Festival. A dead body lay under the table! Jennifer, Megan Murphy and Sister Bernadine, the only working nun in town, have been friends since second grade. When Sister Bernadine becomes the chief suspect, Jennifer gets on the bandwagon to find the real murderer and prove the innocence of her unjustly suspected friend.

And a dead body is just what coffee roaster Jennifer Penny found when . In the world of cozy mysteries and amateur sleuths, Too Dead Too Dance by Diane Morlan is a brightly shining star

And a dead body is just what coffee roaster Jennifer Penny found when she walked into her coffee booth at the Polka Daze Festival. While unearthing clues, Jennifer dodges the demands of her soon to be ex-husband, and the advances of a sexy cop and a flirtatious butcher. In the world of cozy mysteries and amateur sleuths, Too Dead Too Dance by Diane Morlan is a brightly shining star. Set in a small Minnesota town during its annual Polka Daze Festival, Ms. Morlan tells a tantalizing story with a well-developed plot featuring interesting, if not somewhat eccentric, characters.

And a dead body is just what coffee roaster Jennifer Penny found when she walked into her coffee booth at the Polka Daze Festival.

and a dead body! And a dead body is just what coffee roaster Jennifer Penny found when she walked into her coffee booth at the Polka Daze Festival. She'll need more than a double espresso to stay on her toes and solve this mystery.

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Lederhosen, accordions, and a dead body ai juat what coffee roaster Jennifer Penny found when she walked into her booth . Diane Morlan (Author). She was born in Aurora, Illinois in 1943.

Lederhosen, accordions, and a dead body ai juat what coffee roaster Jennifer Penny found when she walked into her booth the second day of Hermann, Minnesota's Polka Daze Festival  . When she was fifteen years old, her family moved to Minneapolis. More about Diane Morlan.

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Lederhosen, accordions and a dead body! Coffee roaster Jennifer Penny was astonished when she walked into her coffee booth the second day of Hermann, Minnesota’s Polka Daze Festival. A dead body lay under the table! Jennifer, Megan Murphy and Sister Bernadine, the only working nun in town, have been friends since second grade. When Sister Bernadine becomes the chief suspect, Jennifer gets on the bandwagon to find the real murderer and prove the innocence of her unjustly suspected friend. While unearthing clues, Jennifer dodges the demands of her soon to be ex-husband and the advances of a sexy cop and a flirtatious butcher. She’ll need more than a double espresso to stay on her toes and solve this mystery. TOO DEAD TO DANCE is filled with excitement, fun, and suspense, along with charming details drawn from the world of hometown festivals and craft fairs.
Reviews (7)
showtime
I'll admit, I haven't quite finished this book. I read a couple of chapters, then get frustrated and have to quit for awhile. When I first started this, it wasn't long before I concluded this had to be a self-published book (and it looks like I was right). My biggest complaint with many of these is the lack of good editing and this was no exception. The formatting issues drove me nuts, but that was likely out of the author's control, but the inconsistencies (how can the same restaurant be in two different towns at the same time?), typos and grammar issues should have been corrected.

The main character was also inconsistent. She went from being a reasonably interesting adult to a ridiculously immature adolescent, especially when confronted by any reasonably good looking male. The other characters were forgettable and I found it hard to be interested in any of them, when I could remember who they were. I could also have done without the sporadic Fargo dialect. I found the behavior of some of the characters odd. For example, why would the policeman roughly shake Jennifer by the shoulders after she'd been in a car wreck and ask if she's all right? Makes no sense. There are a number of such instances. I also felt as if there was too much dead space, i.e. periods where nothing happened to move the story along.

Saying that, I think with a good editor, this could have been a pretty good story. The potential for a fun cozy series is here, but the author needs to find someone who really knows editing to help whip it into shape.

Hasirri
I got this story because quite frankly I am running out of series to read in the cozy genre. I totally disagree with the one star review of flat characters, poor dialogue. I think this story preogressed nicely and for a first book how much character development can you expect...really! I have read many series with the same premise and expected the same ole same ole...and was disappointed. These characters developed differently than I expected which was a nice surprise and I hope that it continues. It was a nice read for a hot, humid afternoon. I am looking forward to the next book with these characters. One thing to note for kindle readers...it is poorly set up for kindle reading and the format is at times detracting, but that is the publishers fault not the authors!

Hanelynai
I would agree with another reviewer; the heroin acts more like a young woman than the middle aged one she is supposed to be. In behavior she resembles an impulsive teenager rather than a person who has actually married and run a business. Despite these inconsistencies (and more) and the predictability of the plot, the book has a certain charm; sufficient, I should think, to entertain most readers of cozy mysteries. As with any teenager (behaviorally) in a contemporary book, the heroine is utterly without social discipline when what she thinks a worthy objective is involved. She violates the privacy of her friends, verbalizes her impulsive thoughts, no matter who is around to hear them, and, in general, shrinks from thoughtful control of her actions, particularly that of her tongue. There is, of course, a budding romance with s police officer and two childhood friends with whom she shares everything.
Over-all it is pleasant introduction to a series which may well turn into a a better than average one. On its own, it's a pleasant diversion.

Yozshujind
I'm guessing this is the author's debut novel and it's decent. I appreciate the fact that it's quite clean.

Sister Bernadine seems like the likeliest suspect in the murder of band player, Wes. Jennifer sets out to prove her innocence but the more she finds out, the worse it looks for her friend. This story takes place during the town's German Fest. In the midst of a divorce, Jennifer owns a coffee business and runs a booth at the festival.

For .99 you can get over the mix-ups, errors, and such. For instance, who's Jim? I think the author meant "Randy" but she writes "Jim." In many places, there are two people speaking with no obvious break in between. It was a fun read and while I would have liked to have given it more than 3 stars, it could have used a bit of work.

All in all though, it was definitely worth the purchase and read and I would like to see more by this author.

Blackseeker
Jennifer Penny started off as a fairly believeable character and ended up as an adolescent over the age of 40. The plot was promising in the beginning and then everything fell apart. It was as though a deadline had to be met for the publisher and nothing about quality mattered. As the book progressed, there were more instances of no transition or anything else. As the romance progressed, it became something only a teenager could describe without appearing totally foolish. That thing called editing also failed to show up. Very disappointing. I only paid .99, but I felt cheated.

thrust
The heroine is believable but a little too naive, particularly at the very end, however, the author was skilled at making the reader thoroughly dislike her ex husband. Descriptions of many characters feel incomplete and sometimes your interest is directed toward something inconsequential that I kept thinking would lead to something but invariably did not. The Kindle version is not well edited with lots of spelling and typographical errors which is a little annoying. I think it would benefit from some really good editing. It was a pleasant if not an especially engaging read.

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