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Product Details

  • Series: Haley Randolph Mysteries
  • Hardcover: 304 pages
  • Publisher: Kensington (June 1, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 075825332X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0758253323
  • Product Dimensions: 5.9 x 1 x 8.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #131,449 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Easy and fun to read series.
Judy
The Haley Randolph series is known for its jaw-dropping endings, and with TOTE BAGS AND TOE TAGS, Ms. Howell can now be crowned "Queen of the Cliffhanger."
Nikki Coleman
As far as this book goes, I have didn't make it even a quarter in before I flipped to the back to see who did it and gave up.
Winston

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By bluesdiva on July 9, 2013
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I admit I am the 1st to complain about some of these too perfect protagonists in some of these cozies. Skye Dennison of the Scumble River series, Jillian Hart of the cat/quilt series. I could go on and on. They are just too perfect for words and I'm not fond of goody-two-shoes.
Hayley Randolph is not a goody-two-shoes. In fact, she is the ANTI-goody-two-shoes, but she is so far in the other direction that she becomes pretty much unlikeable. She's self-absorbed, immature, lazy, rude, entitled, petty. I could go on and on. Bottom line is she has no personal integrity. If you're her co-worker you will do all the work while she goofs off (and she will feel no remorse about it). If you don't carry a designer handbag, she will look down her nose at you. If you're prettier or smarter or more successful than she is, she will hate you. Yes, now and again she is funny but it doesn't make up for her basic awfulness. I found her tiresome early on.
The trouble starts, in this book, when Hayley announces she just graduated from UM (University of Mixology Bartending School) and it's misinterpreted that she has graduated from University of Michigan(online)!!??Her lover, friends and family are so proud. They throw her a party and shower her with graduation gifts. Really?
Wouldn't it take years to work towards a Bachelors degree? Wouldn't you mention it to your friends and family at some point? Wouldn't they KNOW you were working on this? Wouldn't a: " I can't go out tonite. I have to study" or "Hey Dad, I made an A on that Calculus exam" type of conversation come up at some point over the years? I guess not. Everyone just assumes she got her degree while they weren't looking and now she's a college graduate.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By D. Bell on August 16, 2012
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At the end of the last Haley Randolph book, Clutches & Curses, Haley seemed to have done some much-needed growing up. She is almost a totally reprehensible heroine; the only things which humanize her in any way are the fact that she does not have a mean bone in her body, as she always means well and never deliberately hurts anyone, and her mother, who is so self-centered, arrogant, and totally clueless--not to mention totally lacking in empathy--that she makes Haley look like Mother Theresa. For example Haley is appalled that Holt's (read Kohl's) is expecting her to wait on customers: after all, they only pay her $7 per hour! She spends her time at the store hiding in the stockroom. To me she's stealing from her employers, who have the right to expect some honest work from her, and from other employees who may have needed the hours that were given to her. (My daughter manages a Kohl's and often has to balance her store budget by not giving employees hours that she knows they may need, to her regret).

When she proudly graduates from the University of Mixology, her boyfriend Ty, owner of Holt's, misunderstands and thinks that she has graduated from the University of Michigan. Before she can explain, he has thrown a huge party for her and arranged for a job for her with a big company. But before she can have her interview, the woman who was to talk to her is found (by Haley, of course) murdered. Haley is thrown into a job she knows nothing about--or so it would seem. As it turns out, one of her primary duties is planning parties, which she loves and can do well. Her other duty, at least in her eyes, is to find the murderer. Does she do so before there is another murder?

However, she has other problems to solve. Where is Juanita, the family maid?
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Winston on June 9, 2012
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The first books in this series weren't great, but they weren't terrible either. This one has given me cause to stop reading the series. The flights of fancy these characters go through is crazy - no one in their right mind would get into all these silly situations repeatedly. As far as this book goes, I have didn't make it even a quarter in before I flipped to the back to see who did it and gave up. Color me done, Ms. Howell. My money will not be spent on this drivel anymore.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Avid Reader on August 11, 2012
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I absolutely love this series! I laugh all the way through the books--until I get to the last page, when I am sorry the story is over. The heroine, Haley Randolph, is such a spoiled, materialistic "Valley Girl," but at the same time she cares about others (most of the time) and really has a heart of gold. The situations she gets in may be a little over the top, but that's the fun of the books. Who wants to read serious stuff all the time? Can't wait for the next installment. Write faster, Ms. Howell!
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Haley is always on the lookout for the latest handbag. Keeps me laughing with all of her antics. Love all of Dorothy Howells books. They are fast moving, wanna read more, fun books!
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By LLJ on October 25, 2013
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I absolutely love this series. The characters are great and it is always a fun read. I hope there will be more in this series. I am always waiting for the next one to come out.
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By Nancy on July 24, 2013
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Cute, ok entertainment.
Predictable. I hate to give my age away, but I got a little tired of the 24-year old
cutsie dialect.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Harriet Klausner #1 HALL OF FAME on May 29, 2012
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In Los Angeles, Haley Randolph excitedly tells her BFF Marcie Hanover that she graduated from UM. Haley's boyfriend Ty Cameron of the Holt Corporation arrives. Marcie informs him that Haley graduated from UM. Ty's co-worker (and Haley's rival) Sarah Covington is stunned to learn she got a degree from Michigan. Haley fails to correct them that UM stands for the University of Mixology. Ty arranges a celebration attended by friends and family. Sarah arranges for her to get a job with benefits at Dempsey Rowland assuming she clears the security background check.

On her first day on the job, Haley finds security chief Violet Hamilton dead in the office of her supervisor Constance Addison. While Constance screams at her accusing her of murder and messing up her office, Haley calmly calls 911. Making matters worse LAPD Detectives Madison and Shuman lead the investigation; Haley has a suspect history with the former. Knowing she has a motive and distrusting the cops to focus on anyone else, Haley investigates for a designer bag and the real killer who has murdered again.

The latest Haley Randolph amateur sleuth (see Clutches and Curses, Purses and Poison, and Handbags and Homicides) is a zany affair as she learns the Fixx is right that "one thing leads to another." The storyline is fast-paced and seems on the edge of out of control, but Dorothy Howell keeps it amusingly going. Filled with humor, fans will enjoy Haley's latest corpse finding as she asserts that Sir Walter Scott is right when he wrote in Marmion "Oh what a tangled web we weave when first we practice to deceive."

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Dorothy Howell is the author of 35 published novels. Her books have been translated into a dozen languages with sales approaching 5 million copies worldwide.

She currently writes for two publishing houses, in two genres, under two names.

Dorothy writes the hilarious fashion sleuth Haley Randolph mystery series, available from Kensington Books. She introduces her newest sleuth in the Dana Mackenzie series.

Dorothy also writes historical romance novels under the pen name Judith Stacy. Her titles include a Harlequin Historical Top Seller for the Year, a No.1 on the Barnes & Noble Historical List, and a RITA Award Finalist.

Dorothy is a member of the Mystery Writers of America and Sisters in Crime.

Like her Dorothy Howell Novels Facebook page. Follow her on Twitter @DHowellNovels. Visit www.DorothyHowellNovels.com and www.JudithStacy.com.

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