Pay the Piper

Pay the Piper The staff at the Pennyfoot is thrilled about the upcoming bagpipe contest This year the biggest prize of all will go to the one who solves Badgers End s most brutal murder yet One of the pipers is fo

  • Title: Pay the Piper
  • Author: Kate Kingsbury
  • ISBN: 9780425152317
  • Page: 205
  • Format: Paperback
  • The staff at the Pennyfoot is thrilled about the upcoming bagpipe contest This year, the biggest prize of all will go to the one who solves Badgers End s most brutal murder yet One of the pipers is found hanging from a hook in the butcher s cellar And Cecily Sinclair knows its up to her to find the killer before another piper pays for his visit with his life.

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    1. Kate Kingsbury

      Kate Kingsbury grew up in London, England, and at a very early age began telling stories to her school friends during the London Blitz of WW II while huddling in bomb shelters Kate moved to the U.S in the early sixties, and had passed her 50th birthday when she published her first book Writing as Doreen Roberts, her real name at the time she published 26 romance novels for Harlequin Silhouette In 1991 her first Pennyfoot Hotel book was published and since then Kate has written 35 mysteries, including the Manor House mysteries, the Bellehaven House mysteries written as Rebecca Kent and the Raven s Nest mysteries, written as Allison Kingsley Her new series, The Merry Ghost Inn Mysteries debuted in January, 2017 with Dead and Breakfast, featuring a B B on the Oregon coast She has one son, Regan, and lives with her husband, Bill, in the beautiful state of Oregon.


    1. Ik las al eerder een boek uit de serie en daar was ik niet zo enthousiast over. Iedereen krijgt altijd een tweede kans bij mij en nu er een aantal maanden tussen waren, besloot ik mij nog aan eentje te wagen.Het is echt wel 'upstairs, downstairs' niveau en dat zag ik vroeger wel graag op tv maar toch is deze stijl niet echt mijn favoriet. Voor mij hoeft er niet echt in elke zin van een bepaald karakter een vloekwoord te zitten. Zo kom je natuurlijk makkelijk aan veel woorden. Ik besloot om er mi [...]

    2. Romantic mysteryVery good. A little different than the other books. There were romance for gertie who is a distinctive and for Cecily. The murder was just a little piece of the story

    3. Phoebe's entertainment has a lot to be desired!!!!!!!!10 stars!!!!!Wow, what a miss Mrs. Phoebe made of Cecily's event.The Scottish Pipers are very competitive when it comes to playing their pipes. Framed murder, infidelity, a proposal of marriage, and a ghost image is plaguing the Pennyfoot Hotel.Cecily Sinclair is stumped for a little while until people start talking to her about things they have seen around the hotel.Her side kick manager Baxter try swiftly help the butcher's wife, while she [...]

    4. Why is it that ALL 'cozy' mysteries have to follow the same formula? They ALL have to use the same clichés over and over again. And even with those series set 100 years or so ago they have the same setup. They might give a fun twist to the crime involved. They might have well presented and defined characters to like or dislike. They might even present multiple events such as old and modern settings that repeat a crime unsolved from the older period. But they are almost all so easy to follow tha [...]

    5. If you have an aversion to paranormal stories, as do I, I would advise you not to read this book in the Pennyfoot series I gave up a little over one third through it. Hate anything that even hints at gouls or ghosts and especially at Halloween.I did take a look at the end, though,. I wanted to see how the romance is progressing. It's very slow and I'm getting annoyed with Baxter at this point.

    6. Kingsbury still has a great many problems with making me believe that I am in Edwardian England. She doesn't convince me that this is a small town, where tourism is important. She doesn't give me anything to believe that her characters are anything but one dimensional. She lacks the ability to use time correctly. So how does she have a following and get people to buy her books?This time out, the mystery is a little better. You don't see the conclusion coming at you from page one. You get a littl [...]

    7. I love how these books aren't just about the mystery - they engage the reader to care about the characters in the story. We get a deeper understanding and feel to each character with every subsequent book. I loved the theme of the Scottish Bagpipers, Gertie's twins christening, a bit of romantic possibility for Gertie and the deepening of a possible relationship between Cecily and Baxter.

    8. I keep reading these because, I think, I somehow expect them to improve--the author obviously knows how to write even if she doesn't know how to write an engaging mystery or a competently researched historical novel. I don't know why, because they obviously don't, and are becoming if anything more and more outlandish. There is actually a brief stab at investigation by Our Heroine, but the murder is needlessly complex and the solution only vaguely supported. The b-plots get all the attention, and [...]

    9. The pipes are callingA stroke of luck has the Pennyfoot Hotel full in the midst of winter. A Robbie Burns Festival is being held in Wellercombe and the overflow are guests in Badgers End.Unfortunately, one of the pipers is found murdered in in the cellar of the butcher's shop, hanging on a hook among the sides of beef. Since the butcher insists he carries the only key, he is arrested for the murder.During an evening's entertainment, Phoebe's troupe of unprofessional dancers attempt the Highland [...]

    10. I honestly enjoyed this installment of the series. I didn't guess who the killer was until right before the reveal. that made me happy. I notice that with each book I dislike Phoebe more and more. This book was no exception. I like the building of friendship between Baxter and Cecily. Hopefully it will progress soon. I was happy Gertie didn't accept Ross's proposal. She's one of my favorites. I do wish Daisy would lighten up a bit. I found the method of killing to be rather interesting and I was [...]

    11. I've otherwise been enjoying this series but this one.I don't know. There was a lot of focus on the secondary characters, one of them who annoys me, and Claire, the sleuth didn't do much sleuthing at all. She was hardly present in the story.

    12. When a group of Scottish bagpipe players descends upon the Pennyfoot Hotel, the staff is often startled by the strident tones of the pipes. They are horrified when one of the pipers is found murdered, hanging up in the butcher's meat cellar with his throat cut!

    13. Most enjoyable!I'm in love with the Pennyfoot staff. The hotel series never disappoints. Cecile and Baxter keep everything exciting and the Kitchen staff is a delight.

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