[PDF/EPUB] (Tippy Toe Murder Lucy Stone Mystery Book 2) by Leslie Meier
DOWNLOAD ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ä Leslie MeierEcause the mystery dealt with very dark non cozy topics I read cozies because they re light and usually don t deal with dark complex topicsReally a great setting and great characters but this was absolutely not a cozy and "I Didn T Enjoy It Because Of "didn t enjoy it because of I do NOT recommend this if you are looking or a cozyNOTE Since this is in a cozy series I am putting this in my cozy shelves however I do not consider this a cozy mystery This is the irst time I read the author Leslie Meier this is the second book named Tippy Toe Murder This is a real page turner I could not put it down I will be reading the could not put it down I will be reading the of this series I am glad that I read this one because I am going back and reading these in order after skipping around However I may have skipped it if I had known some of the subject matter I didn t see the disturbing twist into child sexual abuse. Keeper is slain right on Main Street Now Lucy’s up to her bulging belly in local suspects and red herrings Eluded by a cold blooded killer with her due date looming and the thermometer soaring Lucy igures something has to break soon With any luck it won’t be her water. the thermometer soaring Lucy igures something has to break soon With any luck it won’t be her water. O a mystery at the local hardware store and a punk teenager whose grandfather swears is a saint "And This Was A Doozy "this was a doozy mystery as always was good The twists kept me guessing I 3 3 Lucy s home drama This one did contain a ew graphic scenes that come up out of the blue Trigger Warnings view spoiler sexual assault of an infant sexual assault domestic abuse hide spoiler I enjoyed the last two books I read in the series numbers 1 and 22 however I did not enjoy this book
*It was NOT a cozy and I ound myself skipping and skimming about *was NOT a cozy and I ound myself skipping and skimming about of cozy and I ound myself skipping and skimming about of book because of itLucy was great her amily was great her town was great Her husband Bill however was not great He can be so kind and was in the irst book however in parts of this book and in Candy Corn Murder he was rudeThe mystery was horrible I m honestly surprised that this book was marketed as a cozy Ves way to dread when Lucy learns that her waistline isn’t the only thing that’s recently vanished rom Tinker’s CoveThe strange disappearance of a retired dance instructor has the tiny coastal town in a tizzy that turns to terror when a notoriously cantankerous shop. On rereading this book I was than impressed with its content I loved the little bits and pieces that make up the book I loved the narrative I liked the various instances of tension present hereLittle things which may orm an ordinary person
S Life Occur And They Support Thelife occur and they support the plot of the book Leslie Meier was brimming with new ideas and the resulting book is uite separate rom the crowd of cozy mysteries that has been vying or my attentionSensitive grim and saliently negative things lead to the crowd of cozy mysteries that has been vying or my attentionSensitive grim and saliently negative things lead to the Lucy Stone puts her life on the line just as countless heroines have done in the past But I was sufficiently entertained by what "Preceded The Necessary Climax I "the necessary climax I this book 4 stars on the irst read and have added one star to this reread Ballet pregnancy and a disappeared Shadow Bound former dance teacher Lucy s summer is off to uite a start Add that With three kids underfoot aourth on the way and an oppressive heat wave bearing down homemaker Lucy Stone is hardly enjoying an idyllic summer But her preoccupation with swelling ankles Bavarian creme doughnut cravings and sewing endless seuins on ballet recital tutus gi.