Yellow as Legal Pads

Yellow as Legal Pads

Fran Stewart / Oct 19, 2020

Yellow as Legal Pads Biscuit and Bob are enjoying their honeymoon at a small hotel near Savannah until Margaret Casperson a wealthy friend from Martinsville collapses against their door in the middle of the night Why w

  • Title: Yellow as Legal Pads
  • Author: Fran Stewart
  • ISBN: 9780974987620
  • Page: 196
  • Format: Paperback
  • Biscuit and Bob are enjoying their honeymoon at a small hotel near Savannah, until Margaret Casperson, a wealthy friend from Martinsville, collapses against their door in the middle of the night Why would anyone want to poison dear Margaret Officer Colly Sloan, who sometimes wishes she were a plumber instead of a police officer, is tracking the long lost cousin MargaretBiscuit and Bob are enjoying their honeymoon at a small hotel near Savannah, until Margaret Casperson, a wealthy friend from Martinsville, collapses against their door in the middle of the night Why would anyone want to poison dear Margaret Officer Colly Sloan, who sometimes wishes she were a plumber instead of a police officer, is tracking the long lost cousin Margaret came to Savannah to find Who we are is so often linked to family issues that span generations This story takes us through the intricate weavings and dark secrets of several generations of the wealthy Holvers family Biscuit and Bob are pulled into a life and death struggle Of course, Marmalade, the orange white tabby cat who adopted Biscuit in the first book in this series, Orange as Marmalade, manages to get in her two cents worth Unknowingly, Marmalade s antics put Biscuit in grave danger.

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    About "Fran Stewart"

      • Fran Stewart

        Author of the Biscuit McKee Mystery Series and the ScotShop Mysteries Lives with various rescued cats beside a creek on the other side of Hog Mountain GA.


    522 Comments

    1. Biscuit and Bob are on their honeymoon when Bob tries to help someone dying with resuscitation efforts that leave him poisoned and in ICU.The story time hops a lot and introduces a lot of characters and isn't really your typical amateur sleuth asking questions all over town.It is a series of pieces out of the life of the Holvers family and events that led to the current situation she and Bob are in.It is interesting and complex at times but satisfying as the pieces come together


    2. I've really enjoyed both of the Biscuit McKee books I've now read by Fran Stewart. They are cozy mysteries but nicely written and with some interesting characters. I like Biscuit and I like the way the author has treated the thoughts of the cat, Marmalade. Very nice and I will definitely be reading the rest of the series. A very nice change of pace from the more graphic, serious mysteries - And if you have read any of the books - what are you grateful for?


    3. I almost gave up on this book. It is very confusing with time bouncing around with different characters in each time. It started before it ended, actually! Started in May of 1996, then skipped around in years in the past. There were two pages of characters, but I still couldn't keep them straight. I was going to give it only one star, but I relented. The author succeeded in ending the story (except for an epilogue) before it started - in April of 1996.


    4. Thoroughly enjoyed this second book in the Marmalade series. Like the first one, the author would have a section in the present and then flashback to other times and other characters but always giving the dates. I just enjoyed watching the pieces fall into place and even guessed the villain about 10 pages before the climax.


    5. Some times less is more, and this book needed a good editing. I really enjoy this series, but it is not a good sign when there are so many characters that the reader starts to lose track of them & has to diagram the entire plot to make any sense of it. And at the end, a huge piece of the puzzle is missingor at least I missed it!


    6. This is Fran Stewart's second novel. In my opinion, it's far better than her first, as there's much less exposition needed for the reader to understand who's who in Martinsville. It's darling. I love it!


    7. Near the ending, I (almost) considered the possibility of 3-star-worthiness.but franklye clunky, disjointed trail to it was difficult to navigate, due to an over-abundance of peripheral characters and time warps.


    8. I'm looking forward to reading the next book in this series. The characters are well written and I would love to live in the small town Ms Stewart created. Maybe next door to Biscuit, so we could have tea!


    9. Too many characters / extended family relations to keep up with who was who and how they were related to the storyline.


    10. I could not get any kind of flow going with this book. I just felt like it jumped from one situation to another.


    11. A small hotel near picturesque Savannah, Georgia appears to be the perfect romantic setting for Biscuit and Bob’s honeymoon. But it quickly turns into a nightmare when Margaret Caperson, a wealthy friend from Martinsville, collapses against their door in the middle of the night. It would appear that Margaret has been poisoned, but who and why? Motive is illusive as other corpses begin to appear. Enter police officer Colly Sloan, who wishes sometimes her occupation was fixing pipes and drains i [...]


    12. Yellow as Legal PadsBy Fran StewartGlaze (her mother was a potter) just married Bob, and while on their honeymoon, Bob is poisoned. Her sister is house sitting and taking care of a yellow tabby named Marmalade. Marmalade can communicate with ESP, and her thoughts are inserted in the story in italics.The book begins at the end, and then finds it’s beginning about chapter three. Many years before that there was a family running an underwear company that became very rich. The book goes back to th [...]


    13. This is the second Biscuit McKee Mystery but my introduction to Fran Stewart. This is really a whodunit kind of novel which seems like it takes place back in the day but really takes place in a contemporary setting. The reason is that the people in this small town seem to be operating in a setting that seems like something from the past.It is light reading and fun to see how the author ties the various events and characters together. I will really have to get a list of the books in the order the [...]


    14. "This was a charming story about a dysfunctional family and their friends and neighbors who are pulled into a murder that occurred in the present but had its roots in the past." From a review poted by an eHarlequin member. To read more, go here.Truthfully, the rest of the member's review is the same as the backcover book blurb so there isn't much more to read. I just thought it summed the book up pretty good. Kim S Harlequin Books ambassador



    15. Needed more of the cat who is apparently telepathic as she knows what's going on with her owner hundreds of miles away.



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