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[(A Hard Day's Fright)] [by: Casey Daniels] (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 5. April 2011


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A Hard Day's Fright What happened to a teenager named Lucy one night in 1966 after a Beatles concert? She rushed the stage, kissed Paul, started home with her friends, and was never seen again--until cemetery guide and unintentional PI to the dead Pepper Martin sees her as a ghost. Original. Full description

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A Light-Hearted Cozy Mystery 17. April 2011
Von Mason Canyon - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Pepper Martin learns it's a small world (or universe) indeed when her latest client turns out to be the best friend of her boss 40-plus years ago.

Pepper, you see, has an unusual side job. She works as a private investigator for the dead helping them find out who killed them so they can rest in peace. Her paying job is just as unusual, she's a cemetery tour guide.

It seems Pepper has garnered quite a reputation on the ghostly grapevine so Lucy Pasternak knows just who to see to help her. One night in 1966 Lucy and a group of her friends went to a Beatles concert. Lucy ran on stage, kissed Paul, and then she and her friends headed home. Lucy was the last one off the train that night and she was never seen again. That is until Pepper sees her ghost 45 years later. She wants Pepper to find her killer and her body.

As Pepper begins checking into Lucy's disappearance, she learns her boss, Ella, was one of Lucy's friends and the last one off the train before Lucy. Pepper can't tell her she's seen Lucy but Ella has always felt guilty about Lucy's disappearance and is glad Lucy's checking into it.

Throw into the mix Ella's 15-year-old daughter, Ariel, who's rebellious to say the least. Pepper has her own personal problems to deal with too - longing for her ex-boyfriend, Quinn, who took off when she told him she talked to dead people. You'd think a cop could handle such revelations.

When Pepper starts questioning Lucy's other friends, one turns up missing and another is found hanging from a ceiling fan.

The closer Pepper gets to the killer, the more dangerous it becomes for them all. Can Pepper solve the mystery of Lucy's death, find her body and keep all the people she loves safe at the same time?

Pepper Martin is a refreshing protagonist that you will be drawn to immediately. She's got wit, charm and a knack for solving murders. A HARD DAY'S FRIGHT is the 7th installment in the Pepper Martin Mystery series, but is a stand alone book. It will entertain you from beginning to end. Author Casey Daniels weaves in a few surprises along the way and an ending that I didn't see coming.
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Another Great Mystery From Ms. Daniels 30. April 2011
Von Stephanie - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Lucy Pasternak was a gorgeous girl getting ready to enter her senior year of high school in the summer of 1966. She even braved a riot to kiss Paul McCartney at a Beatles concert. Little did she know the night of the concert would be her last on this earth alive.

This book opens a little differently. The prologue is told from the point of view of a girl in the group of Lucy's friends the night of the concert. As with all Pepper Martin mysteries we know exactly how it all ended for the unfortunate soul seeking out Pepper's assistance. It's the who, how and why that Pepper must always deduce. Lucy's case is a little from Pepper's previous clients. She doesn't care to find out who murdered her. She just wants Pepper to find her body so she can finally rest in peace. It's been 45 years and she's ready to move on. There aren't a lot of clues to go off of. Lucy's case was never closed and she just "disappeared." Pepper has to track down the original group of friends. She has to figure out who would have wanted to get rid of Lucy. Lucy was such a sweet girl who had a lot of friends and according to everyone Pepper talks to no enemies. This case means more than most to Pepper. Lucy was very important to someone very close to Pepper.

There is a lot of history to go through. How can Pepper be expected to find a body that no one found 45 years ago? How can she find it if she doesn't even know who committed the crime?

My Thoughts:
*sigh* Yet another Pepper Martin mystery come and gone. They go so fast. Next time I should savor it but I know I won't be able to control myself! Casey Daniels pens such a wonderful mystery. This is the seventh book in the series and I wondered if it was going to be possible to keep the series fresh. Daniels does a wonderful job of it! I had a good idea of who had done it but I didn't know why or where said suspect had hidden Lucy's body all these years.

Aside from the mystery, Ella and her daughters get a lot of page space in A Hard Day's Fright. Pepper interacts a lot with Ella's youngest daughter, Ariel. Ariel is certainly a handful. She's a fifteen year old girl who is extremely willful. I forgot just how angsty teenage girls are. Pepper and Ariel bounced off each other well. Reggie and Delmar join us again although briefly. Pepper's love life is non-existent in this volume which was just a little disappointing. Daniels more than makes up for it with the mystery and some pretty awesome plot twists. At one point I was muttering "no, no, no!" from the couch. At that point I just had to walk away for a few minutes. If you like a good mystery sprinkled with humor, a dash of fashion, and a pinch of paranormal Casey Daniels is an author you must look into. I've enjoyed her series immensely since book one.
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Another great Pepper Martin Mystery 29. April 2011
Von Pacey1927 - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
I love this series. Pepper Martin is one of the most fun slueths in fiction, with her eye for fashion, sarcastic humor, and heart of gold. In the seventh novel, "A Hard Day's Fright" it wouldn't be unusual for the mysteries and the characters to be getting stale but I am pleased to say that is not the case. In this book, Pepper is visited by a ghost named Lucy who disappeared in the sixties right after attending a Beatles concert in which she ran on stage and planted one on Paul. Lucy doesn't seem too worried about who killed her but she would like her body found so that she can rest in peace, becasue right now she is trapped on the train (rapid) she and her friends rode on right before her disappearence.

Ella is one of my favorite supporting characters. She is Pepper's boss and now one of her dearest friends. Ella's rebellious daughter Ariel plays a part in this installment as she works her way into Pepper's investigation. I also enjoyed visiting with some of the other characters from previous books. There is an unexpected plot twist involving one of these characters taht I never saw coming and I am sure that is going to be used as 'fodder' for future books.

This mystery was the lightheared fun we have come to expect from a Pepper Martin mystery but I must admit that I pretty much had the 'mystery' solved early on...that includes who was the murdered and also where the body would later be found. Still that never for a moment detracted from my sheer enjoyment of this book. The series is one that a definitely forget how much I enjoy until I read the new books as they are released. There is already a name and tentative date for the next installment, "Wild wild Death", and I can't wait.

If you like cozy mysteries or ghostly tales this is a series that you shouldn't miss. There is occassionally romance in the books but it is never detailed and always takes the backseat to the mystery plotline.
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Fun Murder Mystery 12. Mai 2011
Von SciFiChick - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Cemetery guide Pepper Martin sees dead people. And more than just the ones in her cemetery. While riding the train to her friend's home, Pepper meets Lucy, who died in 1966. Lucy was a teenager who disappeared one night after a Beatles concert, and was never seen or heard from again. Lucy needs Pepper to find her body so she can be at rest. But the missing-person's case ran cold 45 years ago. Pepper will have to use her skills of deduction and a lot of luck to figure out this old mystery.

Pepper Martin is a smart and savvy woman with keen fashion sense. Using her ability to see and speak to ghosts, Pepper investigates their stories to help them pass on. In this 7th installment in the Pepper Martin Mystery series, Pepper is helped by her friend's 15-year-old daughter with the research skills that Pepper lacks.

Even though this is the 7th in the series, the stories are self-contained and completely stand-alone. Though, having read and loved Pepper and this entertaining mystery, I will certainly be going back and picking up previous installments. This light-hearted mystery is full of humor, suspense, and drama. The mystery kept me guessing. And there were plenty of twists and surprises to keep me hooked along the way. Mystery and fantasy fans alike should enjoy this fast-paced, fun tale.
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A slow and less humorous Pepper Martin 27. Mai 2012
Von YodaWay - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Pepper is approached by a ghost that just happens to be her coworkers high school missing friend. A girl that went missing over 45 years ago. They tangles her up in a whole mess of old high school drama and family issues. Pepper tackles the few clues available with the help of a teenage want to be.
This was not my favorite Pepper mystery. I had trouble keeping interested in the book for the first 3/4 of the story. it just did not have the wow factor of her previous mysteries. Perhaps it was the total lack of romance ? I hope that not what I lowered myself to, but even so I found it dull. I did not care about any of the characters, not even Pepper. I found no emotion value, none of the humor in her past books. It was just a filler. I will try with one more book in the series.
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