How to Marry a Murderer

How to Marry a Murderer Mystery novelist and crime reporter Paige Turner is investigating the murder of a television star whose killer is looking to improve his ratings with further deaths

  • Title: How to Marry a Murderer
  • Author: Amanda Matetsky
  • ISBN: 9780425204009
  • Page: 248
  • Format: Paperback
  • Mystery novelist and crime reporter Paige Turner is investigating the murder of a television star whose killer is looking to improve his ratings with further deaths.

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    1. Paige Turner would love to write more stories for the crime magazine she works for, "Daring Detective", but she's usually relegated to clipping stories from newspapers and filing. She has had some success in solving mysteries in the past, which is why TV star Ginger Allen hires her. Ginger is convinced that someone is trying to kill her - she claims she was pushed in front of a bus; that someone poisoned her drink; and that someone rigged a piece of scenery to fall on her. Paige discovers that t [...]

    2. This time around Paige gets involved before the murder takes place. When a starlet thinks her life is being threatened she calls on Paige to help solve it before she dies but alas the starlet dies before Paige can and then Dan and Paige have to solve it together. Of course, Paige life is in peril again but she always manages to avoid being bumped off.

    3. I adore this series! I just wish there were more than just 5 books.And I adore Paige Turner! She may be a woman in the 1950's, and she may have to basically bow her head to every man who likes to walk all over her, but she has spunk, she's funny, she has balls, and she's a feminist, probably without even realizing it! When places were bought into the story, I found myself curious that I had to google map. For example, Chumley's at the corners of Bedford and Barrow, and then read up on them.I fig [...]

    4. Mystery novelist and crime reporter Paige Turner is investigating the murder of a television star whose killer is looking to improve his ratings with further deaths.Set in the 50's. It may be a good book, and I have read great reviews on it, but it's definitely not for me.

    5. This is an okay murder mystery. It's set in the 1950's and focuses on the murder of a famous Lucille-Ball type early TV star. The ending was too predictable for my taste.

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