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The Bride Wore Black (Cinnamon Greene Adventure Mysteries Book 1) Kindle Edition
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- Book 1 of 3 in Cinnamon Greene Adventure Mysteries (3 Book Series)
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More About the Author
Certified as a scuba diver in the 1970s, Bonnie wrote more than 900 articles and published thousands of photos during her 22 years with Skin Diver Magazine. She also authored two books, Shipwrecks of Southern California and Fireside Diver, and was the principal photographer for Diving and Snorkeling in Southern California & the Channel Islands. Currently she's a freelance photojournalist who writes a monthly column on marine life for California Diving News.
In 1999, Bonnie received both the Women's Scuba Association's Women Diver of the Year Award and St. Brendan Corp.'s California Scuba Service Award. She was one of the original inductees of the Women Divers Hall of Fame and is a member of the California Wreck Divers Hall of Fame. In 2009, she was awarded a NOGI for the Arts by the Underwater Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Top Customer Reviews
She excels in developing fascinating, believable characters. Her detailed descriptions of each character are so well done that I think I could pick them out in a crowd.
In this mystery, we learn early on that a "jilted lover" plans the perfect murder. The author then manages to supply several characters with motive and opportunity which keeps the reader guessing who will commit the crime.
Cinnamon Green is so likeable, that I didn't want this book to end. Happy to learn this will be a series. I do hope several of the characters return. I am especially anxious to see if her romance with Danny continues to develop and I look forward to more of the father/daughter storyline.
The only person who is liked less than Cat is her impending groom Chip Forester, who himself jilted the town hair stylist in favor of the runaway bride. However, it is Cat who drops dead after being fed a piece of her wedding cake laced with peanuts and inducing a fatal allergic reaction in the bride. Police suspicion falls on Cat’s aunt and cousin, owners of The Bakery that created the tiered wedding cake, and Cousin Georgia’s sudden disappearance is definitely not a good indicator of her innocence.
In the small coastal California town of eight-thousand everyone knows everyone, gossip flies, and it seems that all of the residents had some relationship with or reason to kill Cat.Read more ›
Cinnamon, her dad, and Danny are all divers, and a couple of lobster-diving expeditions provide fascinating action. They make me want to jump off a dive boat and hunt down some spiny critters for myself, as well as throw them on the grill for dinner. The laid-back feel of a seaside California town is appealing, and the close relationship between Cinnamon and her dad is heartwarming. I found myself cheering Cinnamon along and hoping for the best as she feels her way into a similar warm family relationship with Danny and his young son. This first in a planned series has a lot going for it and I look forward to reading the sequels.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Thoroughly enjoyed this book. Cinnamon is an interesting heroine who is seemingly able to do all kinds of activities. It makes one wonder why she put up with her husband? Read morePublished 4 months ago by Fran ehrig
I thoroughly enjoyed reading this novel. Bonnie Carodne's mysteries are exciting and she develops her plot to keep my interest.Published 15 months ago by Trish Thomas
After being publically humiliated by her cheating husband, Cinnamon Greene decides to file for divorce and head back to her home town. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Rolyn
I liked this book a lot. The victim wasn't very well liked by a lot of people in the town, so her death was really no surprise. The actual killer surprised me, though. Read morePublished 18 months ago by S. Novoselac
I enjoyed this book. It was a fun, quick read. I really enjoyed remembering the parts of California where I grew up.Published 21 months ago by Amazon Customer
This was an enjoyable book. I enjoy scuba diving so I got the book because I saw it advertised in a dive magazine. It has a few scenes on diving. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Thomas M. Olenski
It kept you wondering who done it right to the end.but I had a hard time really wanting to finish this book. It just seemed to lack the ral bunch.Published on November 18, 2013 by Debra
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