A Case of Nosy Neighbors

A Case of Nosy Neighbors Beloved author Lori Copeland brings her own brand of quirky humor to this endearing series about three generations of women trying to build a harmonious life together under one roof In this third and

  • Title: A Case of Nosy Neighbors
  • Author: Lori Copeland
  • ISBN: 9780842371179
  • Page: 479
  • Format: Paperback
  • Beloved author Lori Copeland brings her own brand of quirky humor to this endearing series about three generations of women trying to build a harmonious life together under one roof In this third and final book, Maude, Stella, and CeeCee must solve the mystery of the Peeping Toms Who is peeking through the townspeople s windows Copeland s readers will be amused and surpBeloved author Lori Copeland brings her own brand of quirky humor to this endearing series about three generations of women trying to build a harmonious life together under one roof In this third and final book, Maude, Stella, and CeeCee must solve the mystery of the Peeping Toms Who is peeking through the townspeople s windows Copeland s readers will be amused and surprised when they discover the identity of the nosy neighbors.

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    1. This book is more Christian fiction than traditional cozy mystery. The crimes are mostly harmless murders. The main character struggles with life as a Christian and an author while she related to her mother-in-law and adult daughter and a menagerie of pets. Funny and touching story of untraditional family living and loving under one roof.

    2. LOL - Laughing out loud! At the outset of the book, Maude is mildly chagrined when she has sweet thoughts about Sherman - the doctor, thinking that her late husband wasn't yet cold in the grave. That is until she remembers "that wasn't entirely true. Herb had been dead nineteen months. If he wasn't cold yet something was dreadfully wrong." Maude's warnings to Stella to be careful on the ice paid off and Stella remains upright. Too bad Maude didn't. Along with a cast on her leg, she's had surgery [...]

    3. This is a delightful read. Stella, the 87 year old heroine, is as unconventional as she can be, but her claim to fame is solving mysteries. She and the local sheriff have to find the peeping toms that are threatening the citizens of Morning Shade. No one can find a trace of the scoundrels and the only description is that they are incredibly ugly.Stella's daughter suffers a mishap which leaves her with a broken ankle and while she is on the table, the doctor also operates on her wrist badly cripp [...]

    4. Book 3 in A Morning Shade Mysteries. There is a case of peeping toms disturbing the good citizens of Morning Shade and 87 year old Stella is bound and determined to solve the case. When she is not conducting stakeouts or strolling the streets late at night looking for the perpetrators, she still remains quite busy. She is driving her friends to community service, adopting a pet snake and issuing out citizen's arrest left and right. If that's not enough, Maude is in a cast and needing more help t [...]

    5. The plot and the mystery were more believable in the third book of this series. Having their privacy disturbed was a jolt to this quiet little town. The characters in this book were the draw. I enjoyed the antics by Stella and her sleuthing capabilities at her elderly age. There was a lot of criticism of others. The characters continued to grow spiritually and bond closely. Thankfully, Maude's daughter, CeeCee, finally starts growing up and making adult decisions and family obligations seriously [...]

    6. Time well spent! I love the Morning Shade series and this was the best one. I laughed so hard I scared the dog! The characters are funny and engaging, the setting is small town America at its best. The mysteries aren't that deep, but they are hilarious. Sprinkled with lessons about God's love and care for us. If you want deep theology, don't bother. If you want light, page-turning entertainment, read this book!

    7. Another Morning Shade mystery. I was not as impressed with this one. As usual set around Stella, her mother-in-law Maude and daughter CeeCee. Someone is spying on Stella's neighbours and it is starting to become frightening. Nobody can guess who it is until near the end. This is a very light crime story. Nice if you know the characters and are following the series but nothing to really get your teeth into.

    8. This book was so much fun! I loved it just as much as the first two in the series, even though I predicted the perpetrators fairly early in the story. The characters are so great (especially 87 year old Stella) and I wish there were more books in this series.

    9. These start slow, but I enjoy them because they are mysteries where no one dies. This one ended particularly funny!

    10. A continuing story with updates on all the original characters and new characters added. Small town life and too much time on your hands!!

    11. A cute christian mystery. I listened while I cleaned the boys bedroom and finished the banner for camp. At least I didn't have to worry about inappropriate crap.

    12. I have really enjoyed this series. 3 women of varying ages all in the same house caused me to laugh a time or two :)

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