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by Fran Stewart

  • Author: Fran Stewart
  • ISBN: 0373266782
  • ISBN13: 978-0373266784
  • ePub: 1327 kb | FB2: 1723 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Mystery
  • Publisher: Worldwide; First Edition edition (July 1, 2009)
  • Pages: 250
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 567
  • Format: azw lrf mbr txt
Orange as Marmalade ePub download

Fran Stewart introduce Biscuit McKee and her library cat in ORANGE AS MARMALADE. Martinsville is an idyllic small town in northern Georgia, a place of the mind rather than real for all of us who adore small vistas where everyone has a place and a reason for existing.

Fran Stewart introduce Biscuit McKee and her library cat in ORANGE AS MARMALADE. Less than a month into her new job as curator of Martinsville's library Marmalade and then Biscuit discover a body of a young man on the third floor of the library

Orange as Marmalade book.

Orange as Marmalade book. Meet Marmalade and Biscuit  . Fran Stewart uses flashbacks to weave the details of what transpired before the murder of the young photographer and the current events surrounding Biscuit McKee, the new town librarian, who is getting ready for her upcoming wedding to the town's only police officer. Although the flashbacks took getting use to, it filled in the story just fine. Stewart's Martinsville has such a richness to it that I'm looking forward to learning more about this "town" and its inhabitants.

Orange as Marmalade" may have very well converted me. Fran Stewart's premier novel in the Biscuit McKee . Orange As Marmalade is one of the best "cozies" I've read. A cozy is a mystery book that is low on blood,gore, and creepy people

Orange as Marmalade" may have very well converted me. Fran Stewart's premier novel in the Biscuit McKee series introduces us to would be amateur sleuth and small town librarian, Biscuit McKee and her unlikely sidekick an orange tabby, Marmalade, who isn't tubby it's just her fur. Naturally this tale has the basic elements of a mystery: body found, who done it, how's it figured ou. A cozy is a mystery book that is low on blood,gore, and creepy people. Characters are well drawn, plot is believeable and holds the reader's interest, and there is a great list of topics for book discussion groups.

First published by Doggie in the Window Publishing"-T. Martinsville, Georgia's new librarian Biscuit McKee-aided by a curious cat named Marmalade-takes time out from preparing for her upcoming wedding to the town's only police officer to investigate the murder of nature photographer Harlan Schneider. Georgia author of the year award nominee.

Orange is the fourth studio album by Al Stewart, originally released in 1972, and re-released in 1996 and 2007 on CD. Generally regarded as a 'transitional album' between the confessional folk sounds of his first three albums and the histor. Generally regarded as a 'transitional album' between the confessional folk sounds of his first three albums and the historically themed albums of his more successful mid-1970s period, the album includes Rick Wakeman on piano as well as future Elvis Costello and the Attractions bassist Bruce Thomas. All tracks composed by Al Stewart except where noted. You Don't Even Know Me" – 4:00.

Meet Marmalade and Biscuit. This saucy cat and her human find a body in the library, and the fun begins.

By (author) Fran Stewart. No one in Martinsville, a small town in northeastern Georgia, admits to knowing why Harlan Schneider was in the library. Clues seem to point to someone local, but nobody asks Marmalade.

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Orange as Marmalade (Biscuit McKee Mystery Series) (Volume 1) by Stewart, Fran.

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Meet Marmalade and Biscuit. This saucy cat and her human find a body in the library, and the fun begins. No one in Martinsville, a small town in northeastern Georgia, admits to knowing why Harlan Schneider was in the library. Clues seem to poin to someone local, but nobody asks Marmalade. Then, when Biscuit's accident-prone sister visits, pursued by a creepy former boyfriend, Marmalade sees what's happening, but her humans just won't listen to her. So she decides to take matters into her own paws. Grab a cup of tea, sit back, and enjoy this snappy debut novel, with it's chatty cat and charming characters.
Dont_Wory
Loved this mystery with its unique characters and talkative cat! I would like to move to the little town and get to know all the townspeople! I enjoyed how the reader, through Marmalade the cat, knows more than the characters! If only the humans would listen! I look forward to reading the entire series!
Sardleem
A cozy little mystery in a picture perfect town with quaint characters, a lovely setting. Each stereotype perfectly represented here.

At first, I enjoyed the detailed descriptions of the town as well as the mystery story itself, not to mention the comments by the cat. But then the little town got described again and again, every house, every yard, every occupant, every store, every proprietor. You think I'm going on and on? You should read this book!

Curtains and gardens and soups and sprouts and ... and ....

However, if you like this genre, you'll appreciate it probably far more than I did. The writing style was easy to read, the plot adequate, the cat perhaps the best character.

I'm wondering about the next book. Maybe if the author has all of the descriptions out of her system, we can get on with the story.
Alsanadar
Fran Stewart introduce Biscuit McKee and her library cat in ORANGE AS MARMALADE. Martinsville is an idyllic small town in northern Georgia, a place of the mind rather than real for all of us who adore small vistas where everyone has a place and a reason for existing.
Less than a month into her new job as curator of Martinsville's library Marmalade and then Biscuit discover a body of a young man on the third floor of the library. He is the last person anyone could imagine being murdered, but his death bring an unexpected gift to Biscuit in the personage of Bob Sheffield who is the lone police officer.
Bob inherited the job created by the town charter from his father and has never had to deal with a murder. The story is told in a series of flash backs as Biscuit and Bob prepare for their wedding under the knowing eyes of the inhabitants of Martinsville, which doesn't need a newspaper as the telephone lines spread all the news.
A great beginning for two wonderful characters who will delve their way into your heart.
Nash Black, author of Indie finalists WRITING AS A SMALL BUSINESS and HAINTS.
FreandlyMan
I loved the narrative from the cat! How adorable and Marmalade looks just like one of my daughter's cats. The cat was the best part of the book and the only way I was able to finish it, but barely. I enjoyed the initial descriptions of small town life, the library and her house but enough already. Overdone. Descriptions, repeatedly. You get the picture.

I thought the relationship between the sisters was well done. It wasn't all perfect and wonderful, more like real life.

The way the story was written just isn't for me. Flashbacks over and over to the point of confusion. This had to be one of the most difficult books to follow, simply because it was going back and forth so much.
Bloodfire
An exceptionally well written mystery story. Takes place in a small picture-perfect town where the "good guy" is found murdered. Say it ain't so! Who could be a person of interest when every resident is a nice, well respected citizen? Ask the damn cat! He (might be a she, I forgot) purrs, rubs against your leg, hops on your lap trying to get your attention, even onto the window-sil when he spots a suspicious person in in the backyard! But does anybody notice? Heck no! They scratch his ears, and drop a morsel of food. Characters are strong, believable, likeable. This story will keep you guessing.
Saberdragon
This book invites you into the charms of a small town in Georgia. I enjoyed the atmosphere and slower pace of life in Martinsville, a little river town. And, as part of a series, the author promises to conclude a town mystery. This story's plot is like a puzzle as the characters become interconnected and has a very satisfying folksy flavor. What was most enjoyable for me was the way the mystery almost solved itself. And, being a cat lover, I was pleased that the hero of the "tale" was a very brave cat! Marmalade!
Shomeshet
A truly pleasant read. Well-drawn characters, well written, minimal blood/gore/police procedure, descriptions of the sort of town we all know does not exist but dearly wish DID exist so we could immediately move to it, a cat who (just like my own) comments on everything, yet remains a genuine cat. I immediately ordered the rest of the series and am thoroughly enjoying them, also.
I enjoyed this book, however everyone except the villians were perhaps a little too "cozy". With a rural, small town setting it seems everyone knows everyone else. The story line was very disjointed, but easy enough to follow. Unfortunately, it is a book I was easily able to set down and come back to days later. Both villians in the story were equally detestible and the reader is thoroughly pleased when they are caught. Unfortunately, by contrast the victim was very likeable and you genuinely regretted his demise.
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