In this charming madcap entry in the New York Times and USA Today bestselling Bed-and-Breakfast series, innkeeper and amateur sleuth Judith McMonigle Flynns plans for a relaxing vacation go awry when she realizes her fellow guests have a different kind of getaway plannedVacations can be murder. No one knows that better than Judith McMonigle Flynn, owner of Seattles popular Hillside Manor B&B. After a busy summer, she desperately needs some R&R. Leave it to her thoughtful husband, Joe, to surprise her with a trip to the Canadian Rockies. Thrilled to be getting away, Judiths overjoyed when Cousin Renie and Bill agree to join them. Though the husbands have made the arrangements, how bad can a short time away in the beautiful mountains be? Judith and Renie are about to find out!While the accommodations certainly leave something to be desired, the other guests are the real prize. Theyve gathered on the mountainside to give a relative a proper and permanent send-offa nice gesture, until Judi...
|Title||:||A Case of Bier|
|Number of Pages||:||288 pages|
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A Case of Bier Reviews
Judith Flynn and her cousin Reenie are on vacation in Banff while their husbands fish. Due to a mistake on their husbands' part, they are staying at a motel instead of the lush resort they'd been promised, but that's all right. On their first day, they meet a strange family camping out in the vicinity, and soon Judith is involved in another mystery, and a long-suffering Mountie is finding out about Reenie's peculiar sense of humor. It's hard to explain--or even understand--just what's going on ( ...more
I like this series about the 2 cousins as I have a cousin like that..
I don’t know if I liked this book or not. It seemed strange all the way through. Maybe if I had already read previous books in the series I might have liked it better. The characters didn’t seem real and the writing shallow somehow. I wanted to like it, just seemed like something was missing and the main characters redundant. Maybe that was intentional. I would read another book by this author because there is definitely promise in the writing. I liked where I thought the story was going, it jus ...more
The story was good. If I lived in Nebraska, I would be really upset at how the characters from Nebraska were portrayed. They sounded more like hill billies than corn huskers to me.
I was a giveaways winner of this novel early in 2018, and I forgot about it due to the fact that it took forever to be delivered. I began reading it on a chilly raining evening thinking it was a good armchair detective novel. I was sorely disappointed. I liked Judith's character and I didn't feel like I was missing alot, being that this is the first novel in the series I picked up. But the story dragged on not in a cliff-hanger way. The characters and mystery just got more and more strange and d ...more
I have read most of the Alpine series by Daheim but this is my first in the bed and breakfast series. What a difference. The main characters in this series are less serious and much more random in their attempt to solve a murder mystery. The plot itself is a bit zany and quite complicated.
The action takes place in Banff where the Flynns and Joneses are vacationing. There is an odd family from Nebraska camping near the motel. They claim they are waiting for an elderly relative to die and then ful ...more
This book takes place in Canada where the cousins are spending time while their husbands are on a fishing trip. They stumble on a family camping who are there to send their elderly father down the river on a bier. The only problem is he isn’t dead yet, while they sit around waiting Judith goes to visit and finds the man stabbed. She reports it but when the Mounties get there the body is missing. Judith and her cousin are busy trying to figure out who the man really was and what happened to the b ...more
This was just okay. I found the plot strange.