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Elizabeth Spann Craig has spoken at the Cape Fear Crime Festival on the topics of Amateur Sleuths and Humorous Mysteries, and she appears with the Carolina Conspiracy mystery writing group in panels and conferences. She enjoys blogging about mystery writing and life. Like her characters, her roots are in a small, Southern town. The author grew up in Anderson, S.C., and resides in Matthews, N.C.
This was a quick,light read. The clues kept me guessing to the end. The confusing thing was that page 170 and 196 have the same chapter. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Kindle Customer
This book is okay. My problem is with the Kindle Edition. Chapter 16 is duplicated as Chapter 17 and Chapter 17 appears to be missing. This is actually a pivotal part of the story. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Kathleen Morris
I love Myrtle she's funny and she's good at solving cases before her son.Published 27 days ago by Karen Miller
Although nowhere near the octogenarian stage, I identified with Myrtle looking for stimulation and confirmation. Read morePublished 1 month ago by TX Mom
Normally, I would give this author a better rating as I adore Myrtle however, this Kindle edition had a disturbing flaw; chapter 16 was repeated also as chapter 17 and a large part... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I really love this author's book about Myrtle Clover. For an 80 year old retired teacher, she does get into trouble. The books are easy to read, short, funny & serious. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Cathy R
I enjoy most of the Myrtle Clover Mysteries but the first in the series is not as good as the rest. If I were you I'd skip this one and go directly to number two.Published 7 months ago by Teacherwanda
I had read one of the later Myrtle Clover books and liked it so I went back to the beginning.
This was a wonderful laugh out loud book. Read more