- By Lynda Wilcox

Organized Murder

  • Title: Organized Murder
  • Author: Lynda Wilcox
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 375
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Organized Murder Ernie Rutland dead and hanging from the organ in St Isidores s church was not how Verity Long expected to meet the man her crime writer boss sent her to find Curious about the victim and determined

    Ernie Rutland, dead and hanging from the organ in St Isidores s church, was not how Verity Long expected to meet the man her crime writer boss sent her to find Curious about the victim and determined to hunt down the killer, Verity becomes involved with a waspish group of thespians, and all the murky muck raking of small town gossip.Verity s burgeoning romance with DetectErnie Rutland, dead and hanging from the organ in St Isidores s church, was not how Verity Long expected to meet the man her crime writer boss sent her to find Curious about the victim and determined to hunt down the killer, Verity becomes involved with a waspish group of thespians, and all the murky muck raking of small town gossip.Verity s burgeoning romance with Detective Inspector Jerry Farish is threatened by the arrival of a ghost from her past, further complicating the search for the killer With a spate of major burglaries and bank robberies keeping her detective busy and the killer closing in on her, Verity must decide whether to live up to her name or to follow her heart.

    1 thought on “Organized Murder

    1. Verity Long, author’s research assistant, once again finds a corpse and becomes drawn in (due largely to her nosey nature!) to investigating. Her old love comes back into her life which complicates things with her current boyfriend, the Police Inspector in charge of the case. She also becomes involved with a motley group of would-be thespians, acting as prompt at their rehearsals in order to continue with her sleuthing.Lynda Wilcox has created a wonderful character in Verity. She’s intellige [...]

    2. A great second Instalment.This is the second in Lynda Wilcox's Verity Long series. I enjoyed the first one 'Strictly Murder' but I enjoyed this one much more. It seemed to flow better and kept my attention. It was just up my street because I am an Organist so that was what at first 'pulled me'. Verity works for a crime writer as a researcher. She is sent to find Organist Ernie Rutland to talk to him but he ends up being found dead, hanging, in the church. Verity joins the local Thespians' group [...]

    3. Poor Verity does seem to find herself stumbling across bodies!There are a couple of overlapping storylines which keeps the book flowing and the characters are interesting, though a little cliched in places. I do wonder about Verity's drinking habit (Merlot features very prominently!)The author's style has significantly developed from the first book "Strictly Murder" and I look forward to the later stories!

    4. Glad I got this free via Prime. I like the main character Verity and the writing style but this felt much much shorter than the first book. Certainly it took me very little time to read given I was at work all day and only read just before going to sleep! This is the reason for 3* rather than the content itself being poor.

    5. Another master piece!I love this series. The characters are very witty and fun. It's actually very realistic story instead of the over the top stuff. Mystery lovers need to read this.

    6. I enjoyed the first story very much, apart from the obvious solution. This book, however, was a lot less predictable. Really enjoy the characters of Verity and KD. Can't wait for the rest of the books to be available on Kobo, so that I can continue with this series.

    7. The usual very enjoyable cosy with a sympathetic heroine. I was waiting for her to twig this time to one particularly obvious fact, but apart from tht it was a satisfying read. Straight on to the next one!

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