Five Spot

Five Spot Say hello to the next screwball Cue Ball At long last Jessie Hewitt is about to take her rightful spot in the Hall of Fame No not the one for pool sharks This is the Romance Writers Hall of Fame Jess

  • Title: Five Spot
  • Author: Cindy Blackburn
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 134
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Say hello to the next screwball Cue Ball At long last Jessie Hewitt is about to take her rightful spot in the Hall of Fame No, not the one for pool sharks This is the Romance Writers Hall of Fame Jessie s so excited she s even convinced ber hunky cop Wilson Rye to tag along for the induction festivities But things don t go exactly as planned How could a conferencSay hello to the next screwball Cue Ball At long last Jessie Hewitt is about to take her rightful spot in the Hall of Fame No, not the one for pool sharks This is the Romance Writers Hall of Fame Jessie s so excited she s even convinced ber hunky cop Wilson Rye to tag along for the induction festivities But things don t go exactly as planned How could a conference called Happily Ever After take such a wrong turn Take a guess.

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    1. Five Spot (Cue Ball Mysteries #5) by Cindy Blackburn is an amusing mystery book that I couldn't put down. It is a fun read with twists and turns. I don't think I have read any of her books before but that will change. Lots of things go wrong but somehow things end up right! A great cozy read.

    2. I knew the minute I picked this book up I knew it would be just what the doctor ordered! This book, I think, is the funniest one yet in this fantastic cozy series! Cindy has created some irresistible, amusing and lovable characters that will make you want more! Jessica, the champagne shipping, pool shark, Historical Romance writer is at it again and is up to her neck in another murder case but was the target her or someone else? Her homicide detective husband has his hands full trying to keep he [...]

    3. Five Spot = Book #5 in the Cue Ball Mysteries series by Cindy BlackburnBook Five has Jessie and Wilson darting off to a weekend long conference full of Romance Writers Hall of Fame induction festivities. As this is the year that Jessie was selected for the Romance Writers Hall of Fame, they felt it pertinent to attend. The conference is decked out in pink, almost an overkill of the color. The staff is a little less than delighted about the festivities, and the decor. There are two main agents in [...]

    4. This fifth volume in the Cue Ball Mysteries series finds Jessica and her new husband at a Romance Writer's conference, where she is about to be named to the Hall of Fame. Since that only happens every 10 years, it's kind of a big deal. But when one of the other honorees drops dead at the table and it's unclear whether she or Jessica is the target, things get complicated. Her husband is out of his jurisdiction, but determined to make sure Jessica stays safe, so he divides his time between guardin [...]

    5. This is certainly a wacky murder mystery. I enjoyed the plot, but the characters annoyed me. My head was spinning with their various solutions to the murder. I would have run out of the room screaming if I had been among them. But, an annoying character is still one who gets a reader's reaction, so kudos to the author. I think I could have cared more for them if I had started from the beginning of the series.

    6. There is a life after fifty. There is also murder. What was going to be the biggest moment in Jessie's life may be the worst. As a novelist she is at the top of her game. She has a sexy new husband and now an award she has waited ten years for. So what is the problem? Murder is the problem.

    7. Five SpotWritten by Cindy BlackburnReviewed by Author Roy MurryAs my readers know, I like a good mystery. ‘Five Spot’ is a whodunit that leads you in one direction, then sends you into another, and finally has you confused until you hit the Five Spot.Part-time sleuth Jessie and her police chief husband Wilson is at a Romance Novel Conference when one of her cohorts dies in the middle of an event. Although it seems like a clear-cut murder, the victim who died is or may not have been the targe [...]

    8. Five Spot was a fun book about a Romance Writer's Conference. The images of a hotel conference draped in pink streamers and balloons, filled with ladies (mostly) of all shapes, sizes, and ages that are rushing from event to event in earnest pursuit of authors and loot made me giggle. I haven't been to a Romance Writer's event, but I have been to other events and can almost hear the hub-bub of the event! What fun. Having handsome husband Wilson there was a bonus not only for Adele/Jessica, but ey [...]

    9. So many laugh out loud moments in Cindy Blackburn’s Five Spot!Jessica Hewitt, aka famed romance writer Adele Nightingale, is finally going to receive a Cupid award inducting her into the Romance Writers’ Hall of Fame after TEN long years of waiting. Her police captain husband, Wilson Rye, agrees to go with her to the Happily Ever After conference. Little does he suspect she has allowed her agent, Geez Louise, to auction him off as Paramour for a Day for publicity and Jessica does her best to [...]

    10. Happily Ever AfterJessie, or rather her alter ego, Adele' Nightingale, is about to be inducted into the Hall of Fame at the Happily Ever After Conference. Her literary agent, "Geez Louise", wants to raffle off a "man prize", and who better than Jessie's husband, Police Captain Wilson Rye! The story only gets better. There is a murder at the conference and lots of suspects. The excitement lasted up to the very end, when all the conference goers were on their way home from the three-day conference [...]

    11. Another hit from Cindy BlackburnI love Cindy Blackburn's books and this one is as good as the first four. As usual this book kept me guessing until the end and it was a big surprise. There were twists and turns and lots of fun and excitement. I love Jessie's mother, Tessie, she is so much like me with her cell phone and I'm not even in my eighties. I can't wait to read the next book by Cindy Blackburn. I borrowed this book from 's lending library and will probably use it again for "Unbelievable" [...]

    12. If you enjoy humorous mysteries, you won't want to miss "Five Spot" by Cindy Blackburn. Jessie Hewitt has waited a long time but she is finally about to be inducted into the Romance Writers Hall of Fame for the novels she writes as Adele Nightingale. She and her husband attend the conference but, just as "Adele" is about to receive her award, the author sitting next to her drops dead. Poisoned! A fascinating cast of characters and any one of them could be the killer.

    13. A fun and fitting conclusion to the Cue Ball mysteries. Jessie has finally been inducted to the Romance Writers Hall of Fame, but there's a murder, of course, and she and her troop of friends have to solve the crime before the weekend conference is over, or the killer will get away! This was a very fun read!

    14. This book is SO much fun. I wasn't sure what a cozy mystery was until I picked this one up, and I'm so glad I did. Five spot had it allting characters, drama, murder, intrigue, comedy, romance, unexpected twists, and a crazy romance writers' convention to top it all off! I wouldn't want to go to this conference, but I sure enjoyed reading about it!

    15. Cindy Blackburn has pulled off another page turner, this time it all looks as though it is plain sailing as Jessie/Adele is to be the latest person to join the Romance Writer;s Hall of Fame, but of course nothing is ever that straight forward.Keep writing please Cindy as this one was devoured in a sitting :D

    16. I didn't realize that it was the 5th book in a series. Story had too many characters to keep straight and follow. It is a romantic comedy, but wasn't funny. I got bored and skimmed through the book to get to the end. Maybe if I read the first 4 books it would have been better.

    17. This was really good, with a surprise ending that I really hadn't been expecting. I liked the whole romance novels conference idea, but thought all the pink was a bit over the top. There were way too many possible suspects, and enough crazy stuff to keep it interesting. A good read.

    18. I had no idea this was part of a series when I bought it. Even though I hadn't read the previous books, I still followed along with no problems. This book was a fun, lighthearted, and fast-paced romantic mystery novel. Now I need to read the others!

    19. Great storyAnother great story by Cindy Blackburn. I love the Cue Ball Mysteries and I hope she writes many more. She always draws me into her stories and makes me feel like part of it.

    20. I have enjoyed this series. It is light and fun with some mystery. I missed the pool playing in this one but still hope there are more to come.

    21. SassyLots of humor with interesting characters the mystery of who killed Penelope was twisted and I found the killer reason off but maybe that was to be expected

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