- File Size: 549 KB
- Print Length: 207 pages
- Publication Date: October 16, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B074MJJBWV
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #20,809 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Organized for Scheduled Sabotage (Organized Mysteries Book 3) Kindle Edition
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I just love a book where I become so comfortable with the lead characters and their families. Colorful kids, husbands, and wives, and I could tell you about each of their personalities. It's like hanging out with old friends. But a few of these particular friends have an accidental nose for crime which I quite enjoy, including the scary, suspenseful parts. This time we're adding in rescue animals, a truly likeable character named Liz with a soft spot for horses, and a quartet or curious, tiny goats to boot. (So fun.) Enjoyed the rural atmosphere and all the critters..
As a bonus, I'm not one for self-help books, but I picked up some useful and entertaining organizational tips I will actually apply to my own life.
Third in a series and I think best if read in order, but it also stands quite well on its own. This is a great way to pass some relaxing moments and just enjoy a good read. All in all, it's a just-right mix of cozy and suspense.
Already looking forward to the next adventure!
“There’s always someone or something to throw a wrench into life”
In this installment, Kate MacKenzie and her trusty sidekick Meg Berman are hired by Liz Tillman,a business calendar author, and her publisher,to get her place staged for a photo shoot highlighting Liz’ work with rescuing animals.
The initial interview goes well. Kate and Meg are sure they can get things ready to the publisher’s standards. Working order out of chaos is what they are good at. However, one of Liz’ former hands is causing her own chaos by claiming the she was the developer of the calendar. Her anger causes no end to the problems that arise. That is, until she is found dead in the barn at the Rescue.
Why and who become the watchwords that the two organizers have learned in other cases. And, as things get muddied in the first setup, an alternative is found to almost be better in the long run.
Will they figured out who the killer is? Why did the victim try to sabotage the Rescue? Was she in the wrong place at the wrong time? Sometimes, it takes an organizer to figure out The who, and then the why catches up.
This series was my original introduction to Ritter Ames and I have been delighted with each story she has written, including the tips and the recipes. To misquote Oliver Twist:” May I have some more please”. Highly enjoyable and recommended.
The person the team works with in this book is a strong intelligent woman who runs an animal rescue. Much to Liz’s surprise, the organizational calendar that she published has been so successful that her publisher hires Kate and Meg to stage photo shoots for the next calendar. This job is quite different from earlier ones but falls well within their skill set. Meeting the animals, pigmy goats, a pig that was raised in a basement, and a mixture of dogs and horses is delightful as is watching the team work to meld the request of the publisher while trying to honor the image of the rescue.
Soon murder casts a pall over the project...the murder of a woman that no one likes and with whom Liz has had words. Kate’s natural instinct is to protect her new friend and client and the best way to do that is to find the killer while keeping to the project deadline.
Not only did I enjoy the book but I picked up a few organizing tips as well. Thanks, Ritter Ames, for another enjoyable read.
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