• To Kill a Mocking Girl

  • A Bookbinding Mystery
  • By: Harper Kincaid
  • Narrated by: Renee Dorian
  • Length: 9 hrs and 41 mins
  • 4.1 out of 5 stars (44 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Quinn Victoria Caine is back in her quirky town of Vienna, Virginia, starting her new life as a bookbinder in her family-owned charm-for-days bookshop Prose & Scones. With her trusty German Shephard RBG - Ruff Barker Ginsburg - by her side, what can go wrong? 

Okay, sure, bumping into her ex Scott or her former high-school nemesis Tricia is a drag. It certainly doesn't help that they’ve acquired the new hobby of shoving their recent engagement in her face every chance they get. But that doesn't mean Quinn wanted to find Tricia dead in the road. So why does half the town think she may have done it? 

Quinn is determined to find Tricia's killer, even if it means partnering with her cousin-turned-nun Sister Daria and Detective Aiden Harrington, her older brother's too-movie-star-handsome-for-his-own-good best friend. They believe she's innocent, but, of course, that doesn't influence the police, who peg her as their prime suspect. Or, at least they do until she's poisoned. 

But there is no way Quinn is going to stop now. Vienna is her town and - for better or worse - Tricia was one of their own. Someone may have killed the mocking girl, but no one's going to stop the notorious QVC.

©2020 Harper Kincaid (P)2020 Dreamscape Media, LLC

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AMAZING NEW COZY SERIES

I WOULD GIVE THIS BOOK 6 STARS IF I COULD. IT IS JUST THE RIGHT BLEND OF MYSTERY, LAUGHS, MEAN GIRLS, AND FEEL GOOD, WITH THE TWIST OF A FUN LOVING NUN. QUINN, DARIA, BASH, AND AIDEN, ALONG WITH THE REST OF THE CAST ARE KEEPERS. I HOPE BOOK 2 IS ON ITS WAY. (The 4 on performance is just because she mispronounced some words. It does not detract from the book.)

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okay

To Kill A Mocking Bird is ok. It has interesting characters the plot is entertaining, but, Quinn and Daria are immature and their antics are annoying. I finished the book, but, I had to skip ahead every once and a while to because the pace is a bit slow.

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Dumb and Dumber

Not sure if the author or the so called heroine are dumber. this story is soooo bad. first it should be about half as long, you figure it out half way thorough but the supposed sleuth never does, she just stumbles along. then she gets an award for figuring things out, except she didn't... i guess the author forgot that point. or maybe the author aldo tasted the dog biscuit of a dog clearly showing signs of poisoning.... honestly! the author realy has the "sleuth" do that! that's a demonstration of the level of intelligence we are dealing with here. if you like idiot so called sleuths, who just stumble from one erroneous conclusion to another, no parody mind you, this is a book for you. the narrator is ok, i felt sorry for her for having to read this, but at least she got payed.

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One of the worst narrators ever

A repetitive, fake voice with mispronunciations and strange pauses made this an impossible listening task.

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The perfect mix of small-town quirkiness & mystery

Oh, how I love a good cozy mystery. In the first book of the Bookbinding Mystery series, Kincaid gifts her readers with a positively addictive read. From the beginning of TO KILL A MOCKING GIRL, I was instantly invested in Quinn, her parents, and Sister Daria. Then you throw into the mix a murder you know Quinn is going to stick her nose into, a dog that seems to be on the case with her, and all the quirkiness of a small-town. What more can you ask for?

What made this book even better is that the author’s writing just flows from one scene to the next. As the momentum builds within the investigation, so does the story. She manages to give weight to the more serious parts while still sprinkling the dialog with humor and sass. So good!

TO KILL A MOCKING GIRL was incredibly wonderful. Just the right amount of everything. I cannot wait to take my next trip to Vienna, Virginia.