Paper-Thin Alibi

Paper Thin Alibi With her craft shop business going well owner Jo McAllister takes off for the weekend having snagged a spot at the prestigious Michicomi Craft Festival to show her wares Jo s excitement dims howeve

  • Title: Paper-Thin Alibi
  • Author: Mary Ellen Hughes
  • ISBN: 9781301229123
  • Page: 152
  • Format: ebook
  • With her craft shop business going well, owner Jo McAllister takes off for the weekend, having snagged a spot at the prestigious Michicomi Craft Festival to show her wares Jo s excitement dims, however, when she learns her booth is directly across from an old nemesis, the conniving Linda Weeks.Linda aggravates Jo continually during the festival, eventually goading her intWith her craft shop business going well, owner Jo McAllister takes off for the weekend, having snagged a spot at the prestigious Michicomi Craft Festival to show her wares Jo s excitement dims, however, when she learns her booth is directly across from an old nemesis, the conniving Linda Weeks.Linda aggravates Jo continually during the festival, eventually goading her into a public argument, which puts Jo in a very bad light after Linda drops dead from candy unwittingly delivered by Jo.With her reputation in doubt, Jo sees sales at the Craft Corner slump badly enough to put her business in serious jeopardy But her good friends rally around her, working out motives and means during Jo s paper craft classes As paper flowers are folded and collages layered, Jo works to track the twisted trail of a killer, before another life is ripped to shreds.Includes directions for a decorated gift box and a tasty recipe Originally published by Berkley Prime Crime

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    157 thoughts on “Paper-Thin Alibi

    • I'm not a craftsy person but this cozy mystery series doesn't need you to be. I love the cast of characters and the mysteries are well-done!


    • These cozy mysteries make a nice escape from reality for me, and they are light reading. After being an English major and having so many classic novels and things that I had to read, it's nice to just shake it up and read silly things.This book was really well written, with nice characters, and a decent plotline. I enjoyed it a great deal and recommend it to anyone who enjoys a good mystery and light read.




    • Good cozy. Very likable character with a solid head on her shoulders. Very little flitting about, maybe even a little too much worrying go on in her inner narrative for me at this time of year when my own worries are so present. She is still fairly new in her town and getting her life in order so her friendships are not so deep that conversations and back and forth are second nature to her - that tentative feeling in the book felt nice. It had a fresh feeling to it.I did find the trail of the mu [...]


    • A nice edition to the series that I'm sorry is also the last. Jo and her friends are fun to hang out with and I will miss the gang. What I enjoyed:* The characters seem like real people and they have real problems.* Jo and Russ got closer.* I want an Ina Mae of my own.What could have been better:* Some things were a bit obvious.* I was surprised how helpful Gabe was to Jo when he just met her and was willing to give her the dirt on people he'd known for years. (view spoiler)[In fact, I thought h [...]


    • I've been a fan of this series and am sorry to see it end. Paper-thin Alibi leaves the characters in a good place, though, and while I'd like to read further adventures with them I also don't feel left hanging.The author, Mary Ellen Hughes, has created three-dimensional characters who have very interesting lives. The mystery in Paper-thin Alibi was intriguing, but the side stories were just as absorbing. I finished this book feeling very satisfied. I look forward to future books by Hughes.


    • I think I'm liking the series better as I read more. I still don't LOVE it, but I'll totally read more when I find them. I did call who the killer was in this one. *VAGUE SPOILER* Though, maybe only because I'd just read the last one and that person seemed to be a similar type of person the way other people responded to them.


    • I love cozy mysteries, and have read a lot of them. They usually aren't high intrigue but you usually also can't guess who the killer is right away. This one I figured it out right when I met the character. Quarter of the way in . Plus I like my mysteries to have a bit more humour. Not sure if I would read in this series again.


    • Craft store owner Jo meets Linda, an old foe at a prestigious show. When Linda dies, Jo becomes a suspect, which is bad for business, to say the least. Jo plans to ask her significant other Russ, a policeman, for help, but he is injured in an unrelated event, so it's Jo and her crafters to the fore.


    • A wonderful little cozy series, and this volume did not disappoint. Jo's Craft Corner and her patrons are involved in yet another mysterious murder and Jo is trying to prove that she's not the killer. Will the people of Abbotsville ever believe Jo?


    • I think I prefer the cozies that stick to one type of craft. They make you want to look more into that specialization. I figured out whodunit ling before they revealed the culprit but it was more of a gut feeling than anything specific.



    • A nice light easy read with twists and turns. The characters were entertaining for the most part. The book included a craft instruction which was very simplistic.




    • I liked this 3rd novel in the Mystery craft store series. I liked her characters, and the suspense was great.



    • Fun new series (although I started with the most recent one first). Really enjoyable~great for cozy mystery readers!!


    • Always a delight to read Mary Ellen Hughes. Her craft corner mysteries keep the reader guessing til the end, Jo has to clear her own name in this one and it is no easy task finding the real killer.




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