As the new music box store owner and resident of Keepsake Cove, a quaint town full of collectible shops on Maryland's Eastern Shore, Callie Reed is eager to get more involved in her community. She volunteers to plan the Fall street decorations and welcome a visiting author who's come for a special book signing. But the celebratory mood is cut short when the local B&B owner is found dead, killed by a pair of vintage scissors.Suspicion is cast on the victim's estranged wife, Dorothy, who owns Keepsake Cove's vintage sewing shop. Callie is sure Dorothy is innocent, and the visiting author agrees. Together, they begin their own investigation, only to discover that many people in Keepsake Cove have secrets. Secrets that are worth killing to keep quiet....
|Title||:||A Vintage Death|
|Number of Pages||:||258 pages|
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A Vintage Death Reviews
As the new owner of the House of Melody, a music box shop in Keepsake Cove, Callie Reed is eager to get more involved in her community. She volunteers to plan the fall street decorations and welcome a visiting author who's come for a special book signing to kick off the fall festivities. But the celebratory mood is cut short when the local B&B owner is found dead, killed with a pair of vintage scissors.
Suspicion is cast on the victim's estranged wife, Dorothy, who owns the vintage sewing sho ...more
This passed the time, but nothing outstanding [to me], here.
A Vintage Death by Mary Ellen Hughes book 2 in the Keepsake Cove Mystery series, and I loved it. Callie Reed owns the Keepsake Cove music box store, which she inherited. Working hard to fit in with the community, Callie volunteers to plan the street fall decorations. Unfortunately when someone turns up dead, and her friend Dorothy, who owns the Vintage Sewing shop, scissors are found in the victim, Callie is determined to find the real killer. Callie teams up with a visiting author to solve the ...more
A VINTAGE DEATH by Mary Ellen Hughes
The Second Keepsake Cove Mystery
Callie Reed is delighted to meet Lyssa Hammond, the popular author of supernatural stories giving a book signing as part of Keepsake Cove's fall festivities.The two become fast friends, and become even closer when the overbearing B&B owner is murdered. Lyssa persuades Callie to work together to prove that the victim's estranged wife, Callie's friend Dorothy, is innocent. As evidence mounts against Dorothy and several people ...more
This is the 2nd book in the wonderful mystery series "Keepsake Cove". I have read the first in series and highly recommend the series. This book can be read as a stand alone for new readers. Do yourself a favor and read the first in series as it is a most enjoyable mystery to start off the series. This is a utterly charming cozy series.
I received a ARC for review . Thank you to the publisher and to Net Galley . My review opinions are my own.
In this next in series we return to Callie Reed in Ke ...more
I am so happy to return to Keepsake Cove and just in time for a big event too. Callie is starting to feel at home and is getting involved. She has volunteered to head up the committee decorating the town for Fall and helping with a big book signing for author Lyssa Hammond. Lyssa and Callie become fast friends after Callie delivers a welcome basket to the B&B where the author is staying. She also meets the owner of the B&B, Clifford Ashby. He is a strange individual wh ...more
A Vintage Death by Mary Ellen Hughes is the second book of the cozy Keepsake Cove Mystery series. Each book in the series is centered around it’s own mystery so they can be read as a standalone if choosing to do so however there is some character building carried over story to story.
In the first book of the series Callie Reed had gone to visit her aunt Melodie in Keepsake Cove where her aunt owned a collectable music box store. However shortly after arriving Callie found her aunt murdered and wi ...more
I’ve just had another wonderful visit to Keepsake Cove and I’m already looking forward to my next trip!
A VINTAGE DEATH was a book impossible to put down. I know I often say that about books I read (What can I say? I’m addicted to reading!), but it’s never been truer. Author Mary Ellen Hughes has upped her game in this second installment of her Keepsake Cove Mysteries. I wouldn’t have thought she could have topped book one, A FATAL COLLECTION, but I really should have known better.
I love a stor ...more