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  • Series: The Odelia Grey Mysteries (Book 7)
  • Paperback: 288 pages
  • Publisher: Midnight (September 8, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 9780738718897
  • ISBN-13: 978-0738718897
  • ASIN: 0738718890
  • Product Dimensions: 7.9 x 5.1 x 0.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (86 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #719,426 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Sue Ann Jaffarian is a full-time paralegal who lives and works in Los Angeles. A member of Mystery Writers of America and Sisters In Crime, Sue Ann is the author of three mystery series—Odelia Grey, Ghost of Granny Apples, and Madison Rose—and also writes general fiction and short stories. She is widely sought after as a motivational and humorous speaker.

For the most up-to-date list of all Sue Ann's activities, visit the calendar page at www.sueannjaffarian.com.

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"Sue Ann Jaffarian never fails to make me chuckle with her three mystery series starring paralegal Odelia Grey, ghost Granny Apples, and now Murder in Vein, starring friendly, and not-so-friendly, neighborhood vampires."
Joanne Fluke, New York Times bestselling author of the Hannah Swensen Mysteries


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Like her character Odelia Grey from the Odelia Grey mysteries, Sue Ann Jaffarian, is a middle-aged, plus size paralegal. She lives in Los Angeles with her two cats, B and Raffi. She writes mysteries and general fiction, as well as short stories.

In addition to writing, Sue Ann is sought after as a motivational and humorous speaker.

Want to receive HOT FLASHES, Sue Ann's newsletter? To subscribe, just send an e-mail to sue@sueannjaffarian.com with "Add Me" in the subject line. HOT FLASHES is distributed 3-5 times a year via e-mail. And rest assured, your e-mail information is never sold to or shared with anyone.

You can visit Sue Ann at her website: www.sueannjaffarian.com and follow her on both Facebook and Twitter.

Customer Reviews

The story was fast paced and very good.
Paul Egede
I can't put into words just why this book wax so delightful to read, but as I was making the purchase for my Kindle I just knew I was going to love it.
Sara H. Thomas
She immediately grabs your interest and makes you feel like you know all of her characters personally.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By L. Rigod on September 10, 2012
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I had been awaiting this novel since I finished number six. It was certainly worth the wait. First off I noticed that I remembered the characters and their relationship without any effort. This latest book moves forward in time and still easily kept me connected to events in the past.

Sleuth, Odelia Grey is trying to cope with the changes and competition that occur when two corporations merge. Although promises were made to the employees of the older firm, fondly known as 'Woobie.' Odelia quickly learns that her job is in jeopardy. Also, her direct boss, Erica is not a nice person and is trying to swing the law partners into laying off Odelia.

So, it is with some shock, yet not total shock, that Odelia learns Boss Erica has saddled her with Erica's sister's daughter, three-year old, Lily. I must admit this stretched my imagination a bit. However, Erica had papers authorizing Odelia guardianship and if Odelia accepted the charge, then?

Erica leaves the office without any word or message so Odelia has to take the little girl home for the weekend. Nosy Odelia smells that something is up. So, being impetuous, she goes to Erica's home to see if she is hiding there for some odd reason...instead Odelia finds Lily's mother's body.

The police are not happy nor is Odelia's husband, Greg, nor is anyone else. Odelia finds herself in something that is very nasty and is leading to her own demise.

Ms. Jaffarian has not lost her touch of drama and solid relationships. I finished the book with a strong hope to see novel number eight in this series.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Carolyn Goodart on October 24, 2012
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This is the latest in a wonderful mystery series and the best yet! Odelia Grey is someone we'd all like to know in real life, and, as this story starts off, she's having a hard time at work. The law firm where she works has undergone more change than endurable, and it feels like the last straw when her boss callously disrespects her and takes advantage of her. Odelia is flabbergasted when the woman who is her boss demands that Odelia take care of the woman's niece. The little girl is only 3 and shows signs of neglect. Odelia has a big heart and, even though the little girl is a burden at first (Odelia must watch after her while still tending to her work duties), Odelia soon grows fond of her. Odelia's relationship with the little girl is a big part of this story and very endearing. Awkward at first, Odelia gradually, and often comically, figures out how to look after this sweet little girl.

Another element of the story is a new employee at the law firm who becomes Odelia's rival. This guy comes on as "the cocky competitor" causing Odelia anxiety over her job and eventually suspicion as the mystery progresses. But what I love about Odelia is that she never lets anyone get under her skin. She is always lots of fun but also kind of tough. She makes the best of life.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By BernieBeth on August 11, 2012
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Once again, Sue Ann Jaffarian has mastered the art of a story that a person wants to keep reading to see how the story progresses and finishes. She immediately grabs your interest and makes you feel like you know all of her characters personally. I especially appreciate Odelia, since she and I are both slightly overweight paralegals working in a law firm; but I also enjoy the Granny Apples series, as well as the Madison Rose Vampire series. The only problem is, once you are done with one of her books, it's difficult to wait for the next installment! I highly recommend reading any of Ms. Jaffarian's books - you will not be disappointed.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Cozy Mystery Reader on October 1, 2012
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Odelia Grey is hanging onto her job... just! With the merger of two companies, Odelia's job is in the jeopardy, especially since her new boss doesn't like her at all. When she gets lumped with Erica's neice, things get worse, and even worse when the little girl's mom turns up dead.

I've been hooked on this series from the very first book in the series, Too Big to Miss. For me, Sue Ann Jaffarian is a master storyteller who knows how to wrap her readers in murder, mystery and mayhem like no other. Whenever I knew Odelia Grey book is released I get excited for the evening when I set aside family and commitments and get wrapped up in a fabulous murder mystery.

Hide and Snoop was definitely all this and more.

I loved the mystery. It had me clicking the pages of my kindle faster and faster, as both Odelia and I tried to figure out the killer - she solved it before me.

I've liked the character the author has created in Odelia from the very first book. She is strong, no-nonsense and so real. No size 0 model here, thank you. I really think she appeals to the average mystery reader. I like how she has grown so much in the books in between. In Hide and Snoop she is further tested when she takes on the task of looking after a toddler. I love how Zee, Odelia's best friend, came together to help her with Lily, the toddler in question.

This was such a good read, and it will definitely be making my top 10 list of mysteries this year. If you haven't picked up this series yet, what are you waiting for? Go read!
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I've been a dedicated reader of the Odelia Grey series for a few years, so much so that picking up the latest mystery feels like revisiting old friends I haven't seen in a while. This book is my favorite so far, because it shows a lot of character and relationship development for Odelia and Greg when a young child enters their life. The office politics are ratcheted way up, as "corpse magnet" Odelia copes with not having her old boss Steele to, well, boss her around. Instead, she has the ultimate mean girl, who dumps her young niece with a horrified Odelia, but her heart is melted as fast as you can say "Cheesehead Squirrel" (the girl's nickname for Odelia). This is a fast-paced, exciting mystery that kept me guessing, as always, and tugged at my own heartstrings. Odelia is as gutsy, stubborn and outspoken as ever, but she also shows a new side of herself that reminds me why I am a fan of this series in the first place, because it's not just about murders, but about love and family and how far people will go in the name of them (and yes, sometimes that includes murder). An excellent read, and if you're new to the series, you can start with this one, though I'd recommend reading my way through the Odelia Grey series from the beginning.
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