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Murder at the Tremont House (Blue Plate Caf Mysteries) (Volume 2)
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About the Author
Murder at the Tremont House is the second Blue Plate Mystery from award-winning novelist Judy Alter, following the successful Murder at the Blue Plate Café. Judy is also the author of four books in the Kelly O’Connell Mysteries series: Skeleton in a Dead Space, No Neighborhood for Old Women, Trouble in a Big Box, and Danger Comes Home. With the Blue Plate Murder series, she moves from inner city Fort Worth to small-town East Texas to create a new set of characters in a setting modeled after a restaurant that was for years one of her family’s favorites. Before turning her attention to mystery, Judy wrote fiction and nonfiction, mostly about women of the American West, for adults and young-adult readers. Her work has been recognized with awards from the Western Writers of America, the Texas Institute of Letters, and the National Cowboy Museum and Hall of Fame. She has been honored with the Owen Wister Award for Lifetime Achievement by WWA and inducted into the Texas Literary Hall of Fame at the Fort Worth Public Library. Follow Judy’s website www.judyalter.com or her Judy’s Stew and Potluck with Judy blogs. Or look for her on Facebook or on Twitter.
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Top customer reviews
There is no preaching but one of the plot lines concerns a marriage under great distress because the wife is too self-centered to notice that her husband and children are drifting away because of her preoccupation with her own dreams.
I gave this less than five stars only because Kate, the main character can’t get through a day without several glasses of wine, cirrhosis of the liver is in her future.. I know, it's a silly complaint but it bothers me that a character that I like needs to look up AA an doesn't realize it.