download Bury the Lead (Historical Society Murders #1) Author Mary Nealy –

Carrie Evans Loves The Big City, So Why Has She Taken Up Residence In Her Dinky Hometown She Has Visions Of Success As A Big City Journalist, Instead She S The Editor Of The Melnik Bugle, The Smallest Of Small Town Weeklies She Wants Her Life Back, But The Cute Guy Who S Repairing Her Decrepit House Seems To Think Melnik Is A Best Place On Earth

10 thoughts on “Bury the Lead (Historical Society Murders #1)

  1. says:

    This was a pretty good, quick read, with an unusual setting of small town Nebraska The who done it was pretty cool, with shades of Agatha Christie The town s claim to fame was a hoot, though I am not a fan of the creatures A Christian mystery 3.5

  2. says:

    Mary Nealy s Bury the Lead is only worth reading if you need a laugh If you don t need a chuckle or a grin, don t bother.Poor Carrie inherits her grandmother s house It would be fine if it weren t filled with clutter.And mice.But at least she finds a job as journalist at the local paper Well, she IS the local paper.The story of the romance that develops between the mouse phobic Carrie and Nick, the man who s helping her on the fix up, is both fun and mysterious Who killed the dead guy in the closet And where is the town s mascot A mouse, naturally Nealy s writing is light and joyful, quick and pleasurable I could picture it as a Hallmark movie, with a family enjoying it together, getting in some good giggling family memories.She populates the town of Melnick, Nebraska with sweet and quirky characters that would be fun to have lunch with But my very favorite part of this novel is the way Nick is alternately slack jawed at Carrie s antics and moved to action by them He can t decide whether to play knight in shining armor or let her handle things on her own, since she s such a strong woman.Who, fortunately for Nick, just can t handle mice.Blessings,Voni

  3. says:

    Very cute romantic mystery, I d give it 4.5 stars Carrie did have an extreme mouse phobia but I think it fit in with the feel of the book I like how it included Nick s point of view as well as Carrie s so you could see how insecure he is and how he tried so hard to ask her out to dinner I d recommend this book to others, especially if you don t like gritty graphic scary mystery thrillers, which this is not.

  4. says:

    This is the BEST cozy I ve ever read

  5. says:

    hysterical detective series

  6. says:

    A good romp