Edited to Death: A Maggie Fiori Mystery

If Maggie Fiori doesn t have it all, she s got plenty A job at a chic San Francisco magazine, a handsome attorney husband, sons, and a comfortable life in Oakland But Maggie s existence as an editor, loving wife, and mother camouflage a secret The camouflage comes off after murder strikes the magazine, and Maggie can t rest until she solves the murder.
Edited to Death A Maggie Fiori Mystery If Maggie Fiori doesn t have it all she s got plenty A job at a chic San Francisco magazine a handsome attorney husband sons and a comfortable life in Oakland But Maggie s existence as an editor

  • Title: Edited to Death: A Maggie Fiori Mystery
  • Author: Linda Lee Peterson
  • ISBN: 9781938849343
  • Page: 162
  • Format: Paperback
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    201 Comment

    • Rob Slaven said:
      Sep 20, 2018 - 11:14 AM

      Firstly and as usual I received this book for free in exchange for a review, this time via a LibraryThing giveaway. Also as usual I give my candid opinions below.The book centers around a professional writer-cum-sleuth who gets involved in the murder investigation of her editor and close friend. The novel is set in the San Francisco bay area and the characters are very liberal; they listen to NPR, have wine with dinner and enjoy a very socially and culturally diverse group of friends. To me this [...]

    • Rage said:
      Sep 20, 2018 - 11:14 AM

      Maggie Fiori writes fairly trite editorials for a fairly trite magazine; when her boss invites her over to discuss a more consequential project, we find instead that he has been murdered. things quickly unravel: Maggie had a long affair with her boss, who had many affairs with whoever interested him for a minute and obviously had some shady business on the side. Maggie's husband, Michael, is very emotionally Italian and mad at Maggie; their kids are mostly cared for by aÅnya, an au pair who can [...]

    • Vickie said:
      Sep 20, 2018 - 11:14 AM

      Yes, this is an amateur sleuth, but it's not your everyday type of mellow cozy amateur sleuth. There's some grit here, actually quite a lot of grit. I like my amateur sleuths single as a rule. No families to get in the way of the nosiness of the main character. I tend to wonder how the family of the nosy-Nellie put up with the main character not being there for her/his (mostly her) family. What did the main character do with the kids? Herewe know. It's spelled out and in big ol' letters. It enha [...]

    • Suzanne said:
      Sep 20, 2018 - 11:14 AM

      3.5 stars.

    • Jennifer said:
      Sep 20, 2018 - 11:14 AM

      I don't typically read contemporary mystery novels, like this one. So I can't really compare this author to any other current mystery writers. But it seems to me that Edited to Death is an average read.Maggie is a freelance magazine writer, with a house in the suburbs, a lawyer husband, and two school-age boys. A typical American mom. But when she discovers her editor dead in his home one morning, she suddenly becomes an amateur sleuth, on a quest to find out who killed her editor.A lot of what [...]

    • Kate Baxter said:
      Sep 20, 2018 - 11:14 AM

      This book has a rather interesting approach for a cozy mystery. Usually, the sleuth is the "good girl" with lots of intuition and deductive reasoning. In this book, the sleuth is a bright, yet bored (dangerous combination) housewife and mother of two, who strayed in search for a little excitement in her otherwise, droll life. Although that chapter is presumably behind her, it keeps nipping at her heels - reminding her that she is precariously perched on the edge of destroying her marriage and al [...]

    • Louise said:
      Sep 20, 2018 - 11:14 AM

      Loathsome narrator, convoluted story, obvious bad guy. But really, two words sum up this terrible, terrible book: "AIDS drugs." If you're going to make HIV and HIV treatment such a large part of the narrative, then it would be worthwhile to crack open a book about it. Or you know, google it or something. For fucks sake.

    • Kim said:
      Sep 20, 2018 - 11:14 AM

      way too much going on being work and school, so little light reading is in order. This fits the bill. Very light - light enough not to get invested in the characters or the stories. I think the part I liked best was recognizing places in San Francisco!

    • Dawn said:
      Sep 20, 2018 - 11:14 AM

      Too tidy of an ending for my taste and one dimensional characters with very little motivation to carry out this murder mystery. In a word, "meh".

    • Renee said:
      Sep 20, 2018 - 11:14 AM

      I received this book from Good Reads. This was a good story a little slow in some parts but all in all pretty good although it did not keep me on the edge of my seat.

    • Beth said:
      Sep 20, 2018 - 11:14 AM

      A murder mystery with the main character, an editor/magazine writer, solving the murder. Her investigation gets her into hot water with her loved ones and with the murderer.

    • Sally Mckay said:
      Sep 20, 2018 - 11:14 AM

      I enjoyed it and I liked the sequel, The Devil's Interval even better!

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