Dead Little Dolly Even the beauty of Northern Michigan can t put a smile on the face of Emily Kincaid s perpetually cranky friend Deputy Dolly Wakowski and when someone tries to destroy the only family Dolly has ever

  • Title: Dead Little Dolly
  • Author: Elizabeth Kane Buzzelli
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  • Page: 335
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  • Even the beauty of Northern Michigan can t put a smile on the face of Emily Kincaid s perpetually cranky friend Deputy Dolly Wakowski, and when someone tries to destroy the only family Dolly has ever had, her crankiness turns lethal, even as the crime threatens to overwhelm her.Still struggling in her career as a mystery writer, Emily takes a deep breath before stepping inEven the beauty of Northern Michigan can t put a smile on the face of Emily Kincaid s perpetually cranky friend Deputy Dolly Wakowski, and when someone tries to destroy the only family Dolly has ever had, her crankiness turns lethal, even as the crime threatens to overwhelm her.Still struggling in her career as a mystery writer, Emily takes a deep breath before stepping in to help As they launch their search for Dolly s assailant and the investigation deepens, two strange clues emerge the attacker s trademark black jellybeans and a note to Dolly reading Thou Shalt Not Steal With Dolly s disposition growing sour by the day and Emily growing curious, the two encounter a violent and abusive boyfriend, dig up old clues from Dolly s painful past, and strengthen a friendship that s as odd as it is perfect But before Dolly and Emily can puzzle it all out, a loved one of Dolly s will be murdered, another will be kidnapped, and a long awaited confrontation between a mother and a daughter will heal at the very moment it kills.About the Author Elizabeth Kane Buzzelli lives back in the Michigan woods between Mancelona and Kalkaska, on a small lake, much like the protagonist of her Emily Kincaid mystery series She is a book reviewer with the Northern Express an alternative newspaper in Traverse City, Michigan , and teaches creative writing at Northwestern Michigan College.Reviews Rave reviews for the Emily Kincaid MysteriesDead Little Dolly The book is well written and I loved the characters Kept you guessing Krafty s ReadsDead Dogs and EnglishmenA Kirkus Reviews Best Book of 2011 Buzzelli will have you packing your bags for a move to northern Michigan Kirkus Reviews starred review Emily is a detective for our times She can t afford health care, but she can make flour out of cat tails and work three jobs at once Christian Science MonitorDead Sleeping Shaman Buzzelli s well crafted third Emily Kincaid features sharp prose and spirited characterizations Publishers Weekly Readers will find the same strong sense of place and great characters that are hallmarks of Sarah Graves and Philip Craig Library Journal The appeal of this third in the series comes both from Emily a likable character forging a new life after her divorce and the evocatively described, nicely detailed small town setting BooklistDead Floating Lovers Every woman who s ever struggled with saying no, fitting in, and balancing independence against loneliness will adore first timer Emily Kirkus Reviews

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    1. Dead Little Dolly by Elizabeth Kane Buzzelli.Even the beauty of Northern Michigan can’t put a smile on the face of Emily Kincaid’s perpetually cranky friend Deputy Dolly Wakowski, and when someone tries to destroy the only family Dolly has ever had, her crankiness turns lethal, even as the crime threatens to overwhelm her.Still struggling in her career as a mystery writer, Emily takes a deep breath before stepping in to help. As they launch their search for Dolly’s assailant and the invest [...]

    2. I received this as an early read from NetGalley. This was quirky, weird and a series I'll happily read more of. :-) For some reason stories set in Michigan always appeal to me and this was no exception. The characters were eclectic without seeming like a joke which made them all the more human. I knew early on that Dolly's mother's story was false and suspected the truth, but still enjoyed reading how everything would play out.

    3. Title: Dead Little Dolly - Emily Kincaid Mystery Book 5 Author: Elizabeth Kane Busselli Publisher: Beyond Publishing Published: 4-11-2013 Page: 310 Genre: Mystery, Thrillers & Suspense Sub-Women Sleuths; Cozy Mystery; Detective ISBN: 9781937349677 ASIN: B00CBWMKZ8 Reviewed For NetGalley and The Publisher Reviewed By: DelAnne Rating: 4.25 Stars Although never a bubbly personality Dolly's attitude has become downright surly and is fast approaching Grinch status. Someone has targeted Dolly and [...]

    4. This is the first title I've read of this engaging cozy mystery series created around Dolly, the local sheriff of a tiny mid-western town. The setting, located in Northwestern Michigan, is original and well conceived; the pacing and transitions are deft and clearly the work of an experienced writer. Best of all are the characterizations, which are colorful and distinctive without being so wildly eccentric as to become caricatures or stereotypes.I will admit that when it comes to cozy mysteries, [...]

    5. Dead Little Dolly is part of a series featuring mystery novelist Emily Kincaid and her friend Deputy Dolly Wakowski. Book Description: Buzzelli will have you packing your bags for a move to northern Michigan.” —Kirkus Reviews (starred review) Even the beauty of Northern Michigan can’t put a smile on the face of Emily Kincaid’s perpetually cranky friend Deputy Dolly Wakowski, and when someone tries to destroy the only family Dolly has ever had, her crankiness turns lethal, even as the cri [...]

    6. I found Dolly really hard to relate to I had no problem with Emily since Emily and I are a lot alike.You know the expression it takes a villiage to raise a child while in this case it takes a town.Dolly comes from a really dysfunctional family the father splits, mother has a mental illness and dolly has trust issues.Some parts of this book is really confusing.It is fast paced and interesting but I don't think I will read it again but I highly recommend it.

    7. This was the first book of the series I have read. I definitely will read more. The book is well written and I loved the characters. I want to learn more about Emily, Dolly, Omar and the others in the town. The northern town sounds wonderful. The mystery of who the villain was kept you guessing!

    8. Ok I had worked out who the 'wanted person' was before the end of chapter 20A nice story, not enough for me to really get my teeth into. Also still not sure who Emily is, there's no description of what she looks like etc

    9. Very good story.I really enjoyed this story though it didn't have any blood or gore. I took a lot longer to read this than usual just because I've been running around but the story was good enough for me to have usually finished it in about three days.

    10. ABSOLUTELY FABULOUS.I loved this book. It was easy to read, fast paced and exciting. I absolutely couldn't put it down once I started reading just to see what was going to happen next. I highly recommend this book, you won't be disappointed.

    11. Another good Dead book (I seem to be reading a lot of books with Dead in the title, most more randomly than Buzzelli)Enjoyed a leisurely afternoon, snacking on the second northern MI mystery by this author. Liked this one even better than the last. Light, fast, fun.

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