- File Size: 2699 KB
- Print Length: 277 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Judith Jackson (July 13, 2014)
- Publication Date: July 13, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00LSTH9O2
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #116,785 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Coming Unclued (A Val Valentyn Humorous Mystery Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
However, that was only the first problem as far as Valerie and her friends were concerned: as long as the police believed she killed the man, they were not going to look for the real killer. That meant she would have to do it herself. (Which further meant she couldn't afford to be arrested as the police and her lawyer expected in the morning. So she was going to have to go on the lam.)
Follow Valerie as she stumbles her way through the best investigation she and her friends (Julie, Rose - my favorite character by far, and even Heather) can manage. She keeps assuring everyone she has almost solved the case, but she isn't making much progress at all. Finally she tells everyone she will turn herself in if she can't solve it by the deadline she makes up on the spot.
So will Valerie find the real killer or not? After the last few days she has had, being warm and fed don't sound so bad. And surely her friends would come visit her in prison....
I have never borrowed a cozy for my free monthly Prime book, but the reviews for this one kept saying how funny - laugh out loud funny - and even hilarious it was so I had to check it out for myself.Read more ›
Val Valentyn invites you along on a mad-cap, hilarious journey as she suffers the indignities of the falsely accused and a life on the lam. She draws you in with her "folksy", take-no-prisoners narration and keeps you rooting throughout. A great cast of characters become indispensable to the enjoyment. This is extremely satisfying summer escapism. I'm looking forward to the next in the series.
Julie is a real sweetheart for putting up with her ditzy best friend who manages to commit several crimes including running from the police. Janet Evanovich doesn't have to worry about being usurped by Judith Jackson.
The plot is of course a bit absurd, it comes with the territory in this genre, but it is well written and lots of fun!
Recommended as an easy and fun read during a lazy summer day or a long trip.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Was just not into this book. Had to stop reading half way thru. Not sure why just was not interesting to me.Published 9 days ago by Cheryl A.
Middle aged women - drinking and murdering her boss, leaving him in her bed? Strange holiday plans! Glad she was cleared by the truth.Published 11 days ago by Linda Heller
I really enjoyed the humorous thoughts that swirled around, giving a description that we all have and don't say out loud. I just wasn't thrilled with the ending.Published 11 days ago by tmsev1
Loved the flow of this book. Would like to read more by this author.Published 17 days ago by Louann
A fun clever delightfull story. Plenty of verbal surprises and fun. Recomend as a cozy mystery.Published 21 days ago by Nathan E Lang
This was a really entertaining read. The things she got herself into and out of. I laughed and I felt sorry for her. Thank you so much for your imaginitive story.Published 25 days ago by Michele Dvorak
Judith Jackson has a wonderful story telling in the book Coming Unclued. Well written easy to follow plot.Published 26 days ago by David Swainbank