A Shattering Crime

A Shattering Crime It s death by Danish in the newest mystery from the national bestselling author of Death Under Glass featuring stained glass enthusiast and amateur sleuth Georgia Kelly Life in Wenwood New York spa

  • Title: A Shattering Crime
  • Author: Jennifer McAndrews
  • ISBN: 9780425267974
  • Page: 238
  • Format: Paperback
  • It s death by Danish in the newest mystery from the national bestselling author of Death Under Glass, featuring stained glass enthusiast and amateur sleuth Georgia Kelly Life in Wenwood, New York, sparkles for Georgia, but for one of her neighbors, it s about to lose its luster Georgia s day to day routine finally seems to be lining up Stained glass projects in the mIt s death by Danish in the newest mystery from the national bestselling author of Death Under Glass, featuring stained glass enthusiast and amateur sleuth Georgia Kelly Life in Wenwood, New York, sparkles for Georgia, but for one of her neighbors, it s about to lose its luster Georgia s day to day routine finally seems to be lining up Stained glass projects in the morning, clerical work for a law office in the afternoon, and waitressing in the evening Best of all she gets to spend relaxing Sundays with her new boyfriend But that comfortable pattern is about to be broken First Georgia s cat goes into heat and literally disturbs the peace Then Georgia s mother drops in for a visit with her new husband in tow But everything falls to pieces after a local activist is found dead from a poisoned danish Authorities quickly put the heat on Rozelle, owner of the local bakery, but no one in town believes Rozelle capable of murder Now it s up to Georgia to crack the case and foil the real killer s plans before the tranquility of Wenwood is shattered.

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    • Book of Secrets ☘

      (Sep 18, 2019 - 11:27 AM)

      I'd give this one 2.5 stars. The mystery was weak, and it wasn't until two-thirds of the way through that any sleuthing took place. A SHATTERING CRIME begins with the murder of a protester, a man against a new development in town. After that, a big chunk of the book was about Georgia's relationship dilemmas, her kooky pets, and her stained glass art - which is great! Those kinds of things are what give cozies their personalities. However, I still want the focus of the plot to be solving the murd [...]

    • Jessica Robbins

      (Sep 18, 2019 - 11:27 AM)

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    • This is the 3rd book in this series. A pleasing story set in Wenwood, New york. I found parts of it original, but other sections are predictable. Georgia Kelley's life has settled into a routine of stain glass projects, law clerking and as a waitress. She loves interacting with Friday, her cat, and dog Fifi. Georgia attends the groundbreaking ceremony where an opponent of the project dies after eating pastry. She has no plans on looking into the matter until Grandy asked her to do it. Her Mother [...]

    • PuzzlingI love both cozy mysteries and working with stained glass so this series seems like a no-brainer to me. I've read the other books and enjoyed them but this book is difficult for me. I really want to like it but it's a muddy mess. Cozy mystery usually centers around murder. Well, there is a murder in this book but it seems to occupy such a small part of the story that it's bewildering. The murderer is revealed in about two sentences at the end of the book and the reason for the death make [...]

    • Have grown to really enjoy this series. This one is the best so far!

    • A nice cozy with a believable heroine.

    • The third book is just as appealing, and a good read.

    • Georgia is growing on me, she still does stuff I can't understand. She's still kinda a mouse, but she's getting better or I'm being less cranky. Lol it's a good book

    • OpenBookSociety.com

      (Sep 18, 2019 - 11:27 AM)

      openbooksociety/article/a-A Shattering CrimeA Stained Glass Mystery, Book #3By Jennifer McAndrewsISBN 9780425267974Author’s website: jennifermcandrewsBrought to you by OBS Reviewer JeanieSynopsis:Life in Wenwood, New York, sparkles for Georgia, but for one of her neighbors, it’s about to lose its luster…Georgia’s day-to-day routine finally seems to be lining up. Stained-glass projects in the morning, clerical work for a law office in the afternoon, and waitressing in the evening. Best of [...]

    • A Shattering Crime by Jennifer McAndrews is the third book in A Stained Glass Mystery series. Georgia Kelly is a CPA, but she prefers working with stained glass (she is an artist). Georgia has been making a living by selling small stained glass pieces and jewelry (like her fairy chime earrings) that are being sold at local stores (like Aggie’s Gifts and Antiques). Georgia is attending the ground breaking ceremony for the new Riverside Promenade in Wenwood, New York with her boyfriend, Tony Him [...]

    • Ultimate Reading Challenge 2016. A mystery.First in this series that I have read though not the first in the series. Georgia, her Grandy, and her friends are easy to like. Her mother and the latest husband are not. Let's hope they leave town soon and take their comments and criticisms with them. Not so certain about the current boyfriend.

    • This is the first book I have read by this author in the Stained Glass Mystery series featuring Georgia Kelly.Moving back to Wenwood, New York was not in Georgia's plans, but after losing her job and her fiance, moving back to her Grandy's home seemed like a smart idea, in Georgia's opinion. Working at a few part time jobs in the quiet town gives Georgia time to do what she enjoys, working with stained glass.When Georgia's mother and her new step father come to town for a visit, Georgia wishes s [...]

    • I received a copy of this book through a giveaway for an honest review.The rating is really a 2.5. I had not read the first two books in this series, so I believe that colored my enjoyment a bit. Early on, there were a lot of characters that I just couldn't figure out how they fit together; for example, Tony, Tom, and Terry were introduced in the first few pages and I couldn't keep them straight until much later. I also realized who the killer was the moment the character was introduced. To me, [...]

    • Great book. Lots of fun to follow her actions, see her act out her theories. Exciting conclusion too.

    • Lisa Ks Book Review

      (Sep 18, 2019 - 11:27 AM)

      A sparkling addition to the Stained-Glass Mysteries!Author Jennifer McAndrews has written another fabulous installment to her colorful, National Bestselling cozy mystery series. I finished this book in almost one setting. I didn’t want to put it down!A SHATTERING CRIME is a wonderful mix of mystery, intrigue, and humor. I really like protagonist, Georgia Kelly. The story is from her point of view, and she say and thinks some of the funniest things! I laughed out loud a few times. As for the my [...]

    • Since I don't normally write reviews unless I have something specific to say, here's the break down of how I rate my books1 star This book was bad, so bad I may have given up and skipped to the end. I will avoid this author like the plague in the future.2 stars This book was not very good, and I won't be reading any more from the author.3 stars This book was ok, but I won't go out of my way to read more, But if I find another book by the author for under a dollar I'd pick it up.4 stars I really [...]

    • Georgia works on stained glass projects in the morning, a law office in the afternoon and waitressing in the evening. She lives with her grandfather and her mother comes to visit with her new husband upsetting everything, then Georgia's cat goes into heat and she has a large vet bill to pay. Everything fall apart with a town activist is found dead from a poisoned Danish. Georgia's friend the owner of the bakery is suspected and then she goes missing. Georgia has to find out what happened to her [...]

    • This was a book I won from a giveaway. I read the first two books in the series before reading this one. It's a fun series. This book has a little bit of everything. Relationship issues, family drama and of course a good mystery. Even though Georgia tried to stay out of the mystery she found herself being pulled in. It's fun watching her become more of the community she wasn't sure she wanted to be a part of. If you like a story with heart and a keeps you guessing mystery, you'll enjoy this one [...]

    • Georgia is enjoying life in Wenwood as winter approaches. Then her mother and new husband arrive for a visit. At the ground breaking for the Promenade, a man collapses and later dies. Georgia has no intention of getting involved until her grandfather asks her to find out where Rozelle has gone.There is drama with her cat Friday and decisions to make regarding Tony. In many ways there is a lot of drama over very little. This book wasn't the best of the stained glass mysteries.

    • Book 3 has made me a believer in this Stained Glass series. The writing has improved a lot and I am looking forward to a 4th book. I am happy there is more stained glass information , because it is very interesting. The setting and Georgia's supporting cast of characters are part of the reading pleasure (except for her step-father and mother)!

    • This one is a little better than the other 2 of this particular series. She appears to now have 2 men who would like to date her. Tom is basically the main person for now. In the middle of this a baker goes missing ad we do not find out till near the end who decided to kidnap the baker.

    • Ho Hum really. Was quite slow.

    • Very well written but the mystery was poor". No clues really, it felt like the ending came out of no where. But I like the characters and location so I'm hopeful for the next in the series.

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