Room for Murder

The Agatha Award nominated series continues featuring Alex Winston and his inland lighthouse getaway When two of Alex s friends announce that they re finally tying the knot, Alex will have to tie up a few loose ends after the bride to be s ex shows up dead on the inn s property.
Room for Murder The Agatha Award nominated series continues featuring Alex Winston and his inland lighthouse getaway When two of Alex s friends announce that they re finally tying the knot Alex will have to tie up a

  • Title: Room for Murder
  • Author: Tim Myers
  • ISBN: 9780425193105
  • Page: 252
  • Format: Paperback
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      Published :2018-05-17T20:23:55+00:00

    About the Author

    Tim Myers

    Also writes under the pseudonyms Elizabeth Bright, Melissa Glazer, Chris Cavender, and Jessica Beck.Tim Myers is the author of dozens of short stories published in mystery magazines and anthologies He lives with his family near the Blue Ridge Mountains he loves and writes about He is the award winning author of the Agatha nominated Lighthouse Inn mystery series as well as over seventy short stories Tim has been a stay at home dad for the last twelve years, finding time for murder and mayhem whenever he can Series A Lighthouse Inn Mystery A Candlemaking Mystery A Soapmaking Mystery

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    • Debbie said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 20:23 PM

      I really like this series and I have enjoyed all the books so far. I noticed that there is a new book this year and I'm so glad because it seemed that the series was ending in a few more books, but the lighthouse is shining on!

    • LeviSamJuno said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 20:23 PM

      Room for Murder is the fourth in Tim Myers' "Lighthouse Inn Mystery" series. It takes place in the fictional small town of Elkton Falls in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in western North Carolina. (I'm assuming it's fictional; a quick Google Maps search did not point me anywhere near NC.) The main setting is the Hatteras West Inn and Lighthouse, run by Alex Winston. The landlocked lighthouse on the grounds is an exact replica of the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse on NC's east coast.As I rem [...]

    • Randee Baty said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 20:23 PM

      Hatteras West sounds like an ideal place to take a vacation. Cozy inn, nestled in the North Carolina mountains, exact replica of the Cape Hatteras lighthouse. Yep, ideal. Except that every time we visit there, a dead body turns up. This time it's the ex-husband of one of Alex's closest friends.Emma and Mor have finally decided to tie the knot and the inn would be the perfect place to do that. If just Emma's ex hadn't turned up dead in the parking lot with she or Mor as the prime suspect. Alex an [...]

    • Mark C. Jackson said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 20:23 PM

      A good read. Reminded me of reading The Hardy Boys books when I was a kid, only better. There is a reason I kept this at my lake house; it is perfect for reading while on holiday at such a venue. I enjoyed it and would probably read another book or two by this author. I especially enjoyed all of the reference to the lighthouse. Just wish there was a little more descriptive verse and history in it.

    • Rich Meyer said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 20:23 PM

      Another great Tim Myers mystery yarn. I'll have to say that this one only kept me half-guessing, as it was pretty obvious who killed one victim, but I couldn't figure out the second killer until it was revealed. Also, the Alex/Elise relationship takes another step, but it's such a baby step you just want to slap the heck out of them both. Good characterization of small town life, as always.

    • ChrisGA said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 20:23 PM

      You have to like Elise and Alex and hope they get their dating act together. good mystery--lots of trouble in romance between not only Alex and Elise but also Emma and Mor--one of them gets worked out by the end---the other is still u-p in the air

    • Janet said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 20:23 PM

      This copy (electronic) had a lot of the things that annoy readers of ebooks. Misspelled words, bits of sentences just hanging there, and incorrect words in places (spell-check curse). But I read over, through and around all that and got on with the story.

    • Trish said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 20:23 PM

      A gentle, enjoyable series. And only one left, so soon I'll have a real space in my reading list!!

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