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The bridesmaid dresses are ruffles and ruffles of ugly, one bridesmaid is trying to micro-manage…well, pretty much everything, and the bride-to-be is a total bridezilla! Wedding bells will soon be ringing, but as usual, Fiona is a bridesmaid and not a bride. As the maid of honor, how can Fiona keep the volatile pre-wedding festivities running smoothly? 

The problem is abruptly solved when the bride drops over dead at the elegant wine-tasting wedding rehearsal. Yikes! Who poisoned the wine? The suspects are lining up, and Fiona finds herself at the top of the list! Double yikes! It’s a vintage murder case for Fiona, Detective Landry, and the gang. Cheers!

©2018 Cindy McDonald (P)2018 Cindy McDonald

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Tastes Like Murder

Tastes Like Murder is the fourth installment from A Fiona Quinn Mystery series. Even though it is part of a series, I believe this one can be read as a stand alone. I personally had not had the pleasure of reading those books and did not feel as though I was missing anything by not reading them. However, I plan to go back and do so. I thought this was a good little mystery. I did not find that it was too predictable and held my attention from the start until the end. I had to see how it was going to end. It was a fun and entertaining all of the way through. I liked it.

I had the pleasure of listening to the audio version of Tastes Like Murder. The voice of Maren Swenson Waxenberg was a perfect addition to the story. Her performance was superb at bringing this fun tale to life. I had a hard time pushing the pause button on the player. I wanted to keep listening to see what would happen next.

I am giving Tastes Like Murder four and a half stars. I would love to read the previous books from the A Fiona Quinn Mystery series to see what happened in those. I recommend this one for readers who enjoy reading cozy mystery and light suspense. I thought it was really good.

I received Tastes Like Murder from the publisher. This review is one hundred percent my own honest opinion.

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Tastes Like Another Great Fiona Quinn Mystery

In this mystery, Fiona Quinn becomes the prime suspect when she hands a glass of poison to her bridezilla cousin. Such begins another fun C.S. McDonald Mystery. It was the perfect length for an afternoon while having to do some mindless work. With Maren Swenson Waxenberg's fabulous narration (she really brings Fiona to life!) such mindless work was actually fun work while picturing Fiona and Nate on their latest adventure.

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  • Jacqueline Kirk
  • 06-18-18

Wonderfully enjoyable story as Fiona does it again

Trouble has found Fiona again, this time at her cousins wedding - not a spoiler to tell you this. We meet more of her family who are as much of a nightmare as you might imagine. Fortunately wonderful Nathan is on hand to help. (Don’t ever spoil him CJ, he is wonderful!) Found the plot hilarious and cringed for Fiona as she got deeper into hot water. The author achieves a delicate balance of a dreadful situation where a bride is murdered at her wedding rehearsal and the hilarious misadventures of poor Fiona. Fast paced due to clever use of dialogue which was sparking and witty giving the characters energy and making them realistic and believable. Loved the ending which was quite touching as well as being so typical of so many families meaning we can completely empathise with Fiona not just in the ending but from the beginning of the story. As with previous books in the series, I fell for a couple of red herrings. Once again Maren Swenson Waxenberg provides superb narration and is definitely the voice of Fiona. Recommend this book and the rest of the series which I have also reviewed.