And while I haven't even finished the books I have, I'm excited to see that Edie Claire will be releasing another one this year. The series is light, though somehow it's more than a 'coz I've said it before and once again, these books are what I love about having a Kindle.
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The series is light, though somehow it's more than a 'cozy'. Fun characters in situations that most people would never find themselves in but that's what these books are supposed to be. In this one Leigh Koslow finds herself a murder suspect for death by tiger I really enjoyed it and would recommend the series to anyone who likes this type of book.
Sep 28, Linda rated it it was amazing.
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Very good. Here's the correct synopsis for this book: With her fledgling advertising business a little short on cash, copywriter Leigh Koslow decides that a part-time job at the local zoo might be just what she needs. Unfortunately, stumbling onto a grisly crime scene behind the tiger run is not.
When she realizes that the victim was her new boyfriend's ex, things look bad. But when the police discover that she was also Leigh's high school nemesis, things get worse.
Getting out of this jam will r Very good. Getting out of this jam will require more than a little help from her friends, because if the law doesn't put Leigh away—the real killer well might! Feb 28, Forgetfulone rated it really liked it Shelves: , fiction. Edie Claire reminds me of Janet Evanovich, and that's a good thing! While there is definitely a mystery to be solved, the book itself is light-hearted.
The heroine, Leigh Koslow, is probably a little more likable than Stephanie Plus and definitely as comical. They both also have a "crazy" mom who can't seem to handle the hijinks their daughters get involved in. There are some twists and turns along the way, too. Claire keeps me interested. This is my second of the three Leigh Koslow books, and I plan to read the third. Apr 26, Susan rated it really liked it. Leigh is now working part time at the zoo, helping the veterinarian, using the experience she gained by helping her father, who is also a vet.
She and some other ex-employees of the ad firm have started their own business, so she is now working two jobs. When leaving the zoo hospital one night, she passes by the tigers' area and discovers parts of a body. She races toward the main gate looking for someone from zoo security. When the police are called, detective Frank is convinced that Leigh is t Leigh is now working part time at the zoo, helping the veterinarian, using the experience she gained by helping her father, who is also a vet. When the police are called, detective Frank is convinced that Leigh is the killer - she was bloody, washed it off after going to security, and the saw used for dismembering the body belongs to the zoo's vet clinic.
After a long struggle trying to convince him otherwise, she ends up in jail and is bailed out by her cousin.
The zoo vet, Dr. Tanner, is an old crush from Leigh's teenage days from which she has never recovered. When Tanner's ex-wife turns up dead with Leigh again in the vicinity, it starts over again. It takes the combined help of her friends Maura and Warren, to do some undercover investigating and get her a good lawyer.
When several girls who were the 'mean girls' back in middle school and high school start ganging up on her, she finally gets a little sense, and the convoluted cases get solved. Leigh is already becoming annoying - she does so MANY stupid things, it was driving me nuts. However, I will persevere to book Jun 21, Jenn rated it liked it. I got the first in this series free or really cheap on the Kindle and liked it well enough.
I found the next 3 at my used book store a bit ago so I picked them up. I don't remember the first one terribly well. I liked this one okay, but I didn't love it. Leigh's weird fixation on the vet just didn't sit well with me. I didn't understand the appeal. But overall the mystery was decent, though I SO called the twist in the end. Jun 04, Sandy rated it really liked it. Audiobook: Much much better than the first book. The characters in the book are growing on me. This story was much better and there always seems to be a big twist at the end, and she does explain any questions.
Good story. Aug 15, Cathy Inboden rated it it was amazing. This was a very good series.
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I loved it. And you will too. Sep 19, Renee rated it liked it. It was an enjoyable read. I preferred the first novel in the series. The character development is good and the story was interesting. Good quick read for the plane!
Never Sorry (Leigh Koslow Mystery #2) by Edie Claire
I really enjoyed this book! I love reading books with repeat characters! I enjoy the heroine in this series! Couldn't put down! Read it for yourself! Apr 21, Roddy Williams rated it really liked it Shelves: murder-mystery. Leigh Koslow returns in the second of Claire's delightful series. To earn some extra cash Leigh has taken a part time job at the zoo with an old crush, zoo vet Mike Tanner.
Having worked late to help Tanner perform an operation, Leigh is drawn to a light in the tiger keeper's hut and finds the place awash with blood and foolishly picks up a bloodstained knife. Venturing out she notices something in the tiger enclosure; some severed limbs, one of which is an arm sporting several familiar rings. T Leigh Koslow returns in the second of Claire's delightful series. They belong to Leigh's childhood nemesis Carmen Koslow.
Leigh becomes the chief suspect in the murder and needs to call on her friends to help her investigate and clear her name. It's a very enjoyable and somewhat cosy murder mystery, boasting an array of great characters, some of whom will be familiar from volume one, 'Never Buried'. Pleasingly it also features a refreshingly surprising ending. I'm very much looking forward to reading more.
Times change so fast. I had not realised while reading that this book was published in My main thought at several points was 'Does no one have a mobile phone? I think I preferred it when life was like that, but without the murders. Nov 13, Ellen rated it really liked it. I decided to re-read the beginning of this series, since it had been so long and I wanted to read the last couple of books. It was fun reading them all over again. I read a lot while traveling and these were the best books to do that with. Nice mix of humor, mystery and suspense. The second book of the Leigh Koslow series.
Good read. Great twists and turns to the plot line. Kept my attention at all ti I decided to re-read the beginning of this series, since it had been so long and I wanted to read the last couple of books. Kept my attention at all times and always had me guessing. And just when you think you have it all figured out, the whole thing takes another twist. Ready for the next one! Shelves: mystery-series , cozy-mysteries. I don't think this series really belongs in the "cozy cat" category,as the protagonist's cat is barely in the books.
Janet Evanovich's Stephanie Plum series would be "hamster cozies", if one were to compare the two series of mysteries. That said, the second book in this series is much better than the first.
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