'Tis the Season to Be Murdered

'Tis the Season to Be Murdered

Valerie Wolzien / Oct 27, 2020

Tis the Season to Be Murdered Exhausted after shopping for teenagers struggling with cappuccino machines and eating way too many cookies Susan Henshaw is glad she hired The Holly and Ms Ivy to cater her annual New Year s bash B

  • Title: 'Tis the Season to Be Murdered
  • Author: Valerie Wolzien
  • ISBN: 9780449149201
  • Page: 152
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Exhausted after shopping for teenagers, struggling with cappuccino machines, and eating way too many cookies, Susan Henshaw is glad she hired The Holly and Ms Ivy to cater her annual New Year s bash But when the blond and buffed Z Holly, chef extraordinaire and notorious ladies man, is found strangled in a van full of helium balloons, Susan starts hunting for a killerExhausted after shopping for teenagers, struggling with cappuccino machines, and eating way too many cookies, Susan Henshaw is glad she hired The Holly and Ms Ivy to cater her annual New Year s bash But when the blond and buffed Z Holly, chef extraordinaire and notorious ladies man, is found strangled in a van full of helium balloons, Susan starts hunting for a killer and a way to save her party testtest

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      • Valerie Wolzien

        Valerie Wolzien is the author of the Susan Henshaw suburban mysteries and the Josie Pigeon seashore mysteries Ms Wolzien lives in an old house overlooking the Hudson River She loves to hear from readers and can be reached online at valerie wolzien.


    545 Comments

    1. I enjoy holiday cozies, so this fit the bill. Maybe I was in a last minute shopping fog, but I really didn't figure out who dunnit. There were some under lying questions that I was oblivious to as well: Cameo and Chrissy, Brett and Katherine's snub of Susan's investigating. Overall, I enjoyed this book.


    2. I'm a huge fan of this series and I read these books over and over. They are well written and full of humor and great characters.I wish there were more written, I would love to see a new one.



    3. It's always fun to read a 'Christmas' based story this time of the year. I am a little behind the times on this story as it was published in 1994 and I've just now read it. I'm now interested in finding some of the books written earlier in this series so that I can catch up on the back stories of the characters. Interestingly, there was no mention, or use, of a cell phone in the story, and it was not missed!


    4. Centers around Susan's New Year's Eve party catered by famous but perhaps jinxed catering company-fire, food poisoning, and the death of one of the caterers. Susan can't understand why Kathleen and Brett are leaving her out of the investigation and proceeds to do her own undercover work by crashing a string of parties catered by the troubled catering company. I enjoyed this one although I missed the Susan/kathleen interaction.


    5. A big fan of the holiday mystery, I was pleased to find that Valerie Wolzien has written several. I have to admit that I liked the Josie Pigeon series better than the Susan Henshaw, but it wasn't bad. There was more family drama than mystery, but it was still enjoyable.



    6. I enjoyed this one, set in the week between Christmas and New Years. It was a little odd that the police didn't want to include Susan and it would have driven me crazy to.


    7. Very good cozy. Had to get use to the fact that cell phones weren't used and the characters had to use an excuse to go to the phone booth!




    8. A lightweight, appropriate for the season, mystery in a similarly lightweight series. Fun but not very plausible--also typical for the series.



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