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by Margaret Moseley

eBook Grinning in His Mashed Potatoes ePub
Author: Margaret Moseley
Language: English
ISBN: 0425169820
ISBN13: 978-0425169827
Publisher: Berkley (August 1, 1999)
Category: Mystery
Subcategory: Thriller
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 633
Formats: lit mobi doc txt
ePub file: 1821 kb
Fb2 file: 1644 kb

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Ships from and sold by s. Ships from and sold by Tucker's Treasures. With its straight-forward plot line and its quirky, well-wrought characters, "Grinning in His Mashed Potatoes" brings to life a gentle and charming mystery whose only apparent flaw is that it leaves the reader hungering for a second helping of mashed potatoes. 13 people found this helpful.

Another one of a kind yarn from Margaret Moseley. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 19 years ago. "Grinning in His Mashed Potatoes" is a quirky, colorful tale that lives up to its endearingly eccentric title. Moseley's humorous and engaging prose is vividly brought to life with the return of Honey Huckleberry, book rep turned unlikely sleuth, and a wonderfully flawed cast of supporting characters who pool their strengths to reveal "whodunit" in the murder of the world's second best-selling author

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From Margaret Moseley, the Edgar Award-nominated author of the bestselling Bonita Faye, comes a. .

From Margaret Moseley, the Edgar Award-nominated author of the bestselling Bonita Faye, comes a wickedly funny, delightfully unusual mystery novel featuring a very unlikely detective. Millicent Le Sueur is an eccentric, bag lady in a rural Southern town who witnesses the hit-and-run killing of a teenage girl. She is the author of five mystery novels Bonita Faye, Milicent LeSueur, The Fourth Steven, Grinning in His Mashed Potatoes, and A Little Traveling Music Please, all of which are being republished by Brash Books, starting in early 2015. Moseley is married to computer guru and novelist Ron Burris.

Margaret Moseley's colorful and unforgettable Edgar Award-finalist that captures Fannie Flagg's homespun charm and Janet Evanovich's laugh out loud humor

Margaret Moseley's colorful and unforgettable Edgar Award-finalist that captures Fannie Flagg's homespun charm and Janet Evanovich's laugh out loud humor. stretching over three decades. Bonita Faye is one of the funniest, most resourceful and optimistic fictional heroines you'll ever come across.

Book rep Honey Huckleberry is happy to attend a luncheon fundraiser for Twyman Towerie, the . But the luncheon of her career turns into a catastrophe when the esteemed author drops dead face first into the mashed potatoes.

Book rep Honey Huckleberry is happy to attend a luncheon fundraiser for Twyman Towerie, the number-two bestselling author in the world. Aside from ruining her appetite, evidence of murder keeps Honey intrigued. There isn't a shortage of suspects-each of Towerie's four ex-wives harbors dire secrets about his writing career.

Used availability for Margaret Moseley's Grinning in His Mashed Potatoes. August 1999 : USA Mass Market Paperback.

Margaret Moseley has been making her living as a writer since she was eighteen, beginning on.

Margaret Moseley has been making her living as a writer since she was eighteen, beginning on the original Fort Worth Press in Fort Worth, Texas and continuing with work for ad agencies, television, and major corporations. Her stunningly original first book, Bonita Faye, was a finalist in the Edgar Award for Best New Novel by an American Writer and earned her wide, and richly deserved, acclaim.

When Twyman Towerie, the number-two best-selling author in the world, drops dead during a luncheon fundraiser, book rep Honey Huckleberry finds no shortage of suspects, including the author's four ex-wives. Original.
Pruster
Honey Huckleberry of Fort Worth works as a book representative for a respectable number of publishers. Her work keeps her on the road. Up until a year ago, Honey was a naive person. However, she becomes involved with a murder investigation (see THE FOURTH STEVEN) that matured her rapidly. Because of the subsequent publicity, the Friends of the Arlington Public Library invite her to their annual luncheon. She sits next to a famous author, Twyman Towerie.
Honey and Twyman were talking when he took his first bite of lemon pie and keeled down into his mashed potatoes. The police rule his death as natural causes, but Honey thinks otherwise. Her friends encourage Honey to investigate. She quickly learns that each of his ex-wives had reasons to see the author dead, but which one would cause it to happen is more difficult to prove.
Margaret Mosley, an Edgar Award nominee for her last book, has another winner on her hands with GRINNING IN HIS MASHED POTATOES. Honey's second appearance is a serio-comic mystery that will endear the heroine to the audience. The support cast is fantastic, especially Bailey the dog. The one-sitting tale also provides hints on the probable direction the series will take, which hopefully will occur soon.

Harriet Klausner
Iesha
"Grinning in His Mashed Potatoes" is a quirky, colorful tale that lives up to its endearingly eccentric title. Moseley's humorous and engaging prose is vividly brought to life with the return of Honey Huckleberry, book rep turned unlikely sleuth, and a wonderfully flawed cast of supporting characters who pool their strengths to reveal "whodunit" in the murder of the world's second best-selling author.
With its straight-forward plot line and its quirky, well-wrought characters, "Grinning in His Mashed Potatoes" brings to life a gentle and charming mystery whose only apparent flaw is that it leaves the reader hungering for a second helping of mashed potatoes.
Nalmetus
Ms Moseley skillfully pilots her readers on a second entertaining adventure in the life of Honey Huckleyberry.
This outing finds Miss Honey dining with famous author Twyman Towerie. Unfortunately for him, but not us, Twyman devours his meringued lemon pied dessert before his main meal. Satisfied he grins and proceeds to collapse face first into his mashed potatoes. True to nature, our book rep and amateur sleuth (again delightfully accompanied by her friend and sidekick Janie,) knows not all is what it seems. The escapade begins.
In addition to the return of Janie, childhood chum Steven Hyatt makes another appearance as well as accountant Steven Bondesky, and detective Silas Sampson. We don't see lover Harry Armstead this round but instead we're treated to his furry companion, Bailey.
"Grinning..." is a delightfully light and winsome mystery, easy to devour in page turning day.
Here's to knowing why I love potatoes,
BarbaraH
Anarawield
Honey Huckleberry is back in another cozy mystery. Book rep. and want-to-be sleuth; Honey has a "feeling" that the famous author sitting next to her at a fund-raiser didn't just die. Could one of his four ex-wives have killed him? What about his last words that he uttered before his face hit the plate? With the help of her friend Janie and Steven (from The Fourth Steven), Honey is determined to find the killer. The characters and the atmosphere make this a fun mystery. It's not quite as dark as The Fourth Steven. Honey is now more comfortable with her life-style and new money. I am looking forward to reading the next in the series.
Vobei
Honey Huckleberry, in addition to having one of the most delightful names in cozy mystery land, is someone you'll want to spend time with. She's engaging and endearing as she goes about the business of solving the murder of the second-best-selling author in the world, Twyman Towerie. His four ex-wives are likely suspects. It's all a merry chase with loveable characters bumbling along. My only disappointment was in the climax, which seemed more like the end of a western, than of a cozy. Even with that quibble, this is a fine novel by Margaret Moseley, and I look forward to more exploits of Honey Huckleberry.
Ichalote
Light as a Spring breeze but with a slam-bang ending, Margaret Moseley's latest page turner marks the true beginning of the Huckleberry dynasty.
The Fourth Steven introduced a naive book-agent and turned her into an unwilling amature detective. Now, in Grinning in his Mashed Potatoes, Honey Huckleberry begins to mature, with the help of her pal Janie, and by the end of the book, the pair have us hoping for more of the same. No barrage of red herrings ala traditional mystery here. Just good fun reading, an easy to follow plotline, a great cast and an ending you won't soon forget. Keep it coming!
Whitegrove
I bought this on a recommendation from someone who likes a lot of other authors I do (Sparkle Hayter, Joan Hess, Margaret Maron, Janet Evanovich,...). I got halfway through it and couldn't take it any more. Jaw-droppingly bad dialogue, and something about the whole tone of the book put me off very much indeed. Awful. Just unreadable.
I love mysteries that start off with a murder! This was exciting and interesting from page one. Honey and Janie are such a delightful team. Makes me think of a Texas version of Murder on the Orient Express! Nice touches of humor make this thriller a must read. I hope this team continues in many series to come.
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