Is anything ever over easy?
When a young woman is found dead at the yearly Halloween Bazaar, Susan's life becomes anything but easy. So, she's a magnet again, attracting death like lint.
In the midst of Henry's heart problems and her daughter's great desire to be the next teen detective, Susan is befuddled about the murder weapon. A stiletto heel of all things.
Her family wants to help. Well, all except for Oscar. Still, finding the murderer of a college student is about as easy as eating mud pie, or the not too distant - runny egg.
Would you consider the audio edition of Over Easy to be better than the print version?
I haven't read the print version, but I'm sure it's good. I've been a fan of this series by Kathryn Elizabeth Jones. I'm sorry to see the series end! I hope she will be releasing more books soon. Her cozy's are a lot of fun and clean, with unexpected hi jinks. I like Susan, but I really like her daughter Brianne. Seems like she's interested in sleuthing like her parents. Oscar is the one that worried me, I kept thinking he might end up in trouble. I hope we see this family in another book one day. The characters were a lot of fun!
What did you like best about this story?
I liked that the family seemed to draw closer to each other...finally!
Have you listened to any of Lauren Holladay’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
Yes, Lauren Holladay has been the voice of this series. She's been a great reader and the voices are always consistent. She did a wonderful job.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Any additional comments?
Keep writing these clean cozy's and I'll keep buying them!
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
As a fan of Kathryn Elizabeth Jones, I am really enjoying this series. In book 4, Susan is off on solving another murder mystery. This time, her daughter, Brianne gets involved. Like her mother, she's got an eye for detail. And, a lot of good luck! I've read/listened to the series from book 1 and they just keep getting better. Narration was great, writing was fun. Highly recommend this book.