Elementary, My Dear Watkins, A Smart Chick Mystery Series #3
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Number of Pages: 300
Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 2007
Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)
Availability: Usually ships in 24-48 hours.
Series: Smart Chick Mystery
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Mindy Starns Clark's first two books in the Smart Chick Mystery series--The Trouble with Tulip and Blind Dates Can Be Murder--are followed with more love and adventure in this final, suspense-filled book.
When someone tries to push Jo Tulip in front of a New York train, her ex-fiance, Bradford, suffers an injury while saving her--and the unintentional sleuth is thrown onto the tracks of a very personal mystery.
Jo's boyfriend, Danny Watkins, is away in Paris, so she begins a solo investigation of her near-murder. What secret was Bradford about to share before he took the fall? And when Jo uncovers clues tied to Europe, can she and Danny work together in time to save her life?
HollyZionsville, INAge: 35-44Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Great series conclusion.October 4, 2012HollyZionsville, INAge: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This was my first ever e-book. I enjoyed the book, a good, suspenseful conclusion to the series. I think she could continue a series with this fun characters. I recommend all her books!! All fun to read!
Yvonne Williams5 Stars Out Of 5January 5, 2009Yvonne WilliamsThis book was the best one of the 3. I loved them all! This one you get more background and lots of intrigue. Excellent reading! There is humor, suspense, drama. It's hard to put down.
Harriet Klausner5 Stars Out Of 5March 21, 2007Harriet KlausnerWhile her boyfriend Danny is in Paris on Scene It magazine business, Jo Tips from the Tulip remains home in New York recuperating from some injuries. Jo looks forward to Dannys return because the couple plans to marry soon afterward. However, not wanting to worry Danny or worse have him abort his photography internship work in France to come home, Jo hides from her fianc her simple assertion that someone wants her dead.Resolute and having solved some recent mysteries, Jo decides to investigate with the help of her grandmother, who she believes is somehow involved; at least the amateur sleuth thinks so. As Jo begins to uncover clues to motive and hopefully the identity, Danny has some difficult decisions to make that affect both of them.The third Smart Chick mystery is like its predecessors (see BLIND DATES CAN BE MURDER and TROUBLE WITH TULIP) a delightful suspense thriller starring an intrepid heroine with health and household issues even before someone threatens her. The story line is fast-paced as Jo deals with her life threatening problems while across the ocean Danny struggles with his life choices. With plenty of suspects even family members, red herrings, and wit, chick lit mystery fans will immensely enjoy this entertaining amateur sleuth.Harriet Klausner
Narelle Mollet4 Stars Out Of 5February 11, 2007Narelle MolletJo Tulip, home hints heroine, is back in the final instalment of Mindy Starns Clark's Smart Chick Mysteries, Elementary, My Dear Watkins.Jo finds herself at the heart of another puzzle but one more deadly as she is pushed in front of a train by an unknown assailant, fleeing to her grandmother's mansion who has her flanked with bodyguards.Danny Watkins, Jo's dearest friend and now true love, is living his dream of pursuing a photography career in Paris. When a further opportunity arises with a salary and benefits he can't begin to fathom, Danny ponders his future.A mysterious young genius, a life changing drug and a betrayal that strips Jo's heart bare are all connected but can Jo join the dots before a successful attempt on her life is made?Mindy Starns Clark has created lovable and quirky characters in this series and their appeal continues throughout this final book. Jo and Danny also have depth which is drawn out through Jo's struggle with her parents and extended family who have never accepted her life choices and Danny's desire to pursue his career dreams. The mystery is detailed and keeps the reader guessing and you just might find out how to clean that cheese encrusted toaster oven! I eagerly anticipate this author's future offerings. Ms Clark's previous series, Million Dollar Mysteries are also well worth the investment!