Sight Shot

Sight Shot When asked to research old documents for a local family Meredith Morehouse curator of the eclectic Imogene Museum jumps at the chance As if she didn t already have enough to do hiring a new gift sh

  • Title: Sight Shot
  • Author: Jerusha Jones
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 239
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • When asked to research old documents for a local family, Meredith Morehouse, curator of the eclectic Imogene Museum, jumps at the chance As if she didn t already have enough to do hiring a new gift shop manager keeping tabs on Rupert Hagg, the eccentric museum director whose naivety regarding the wiles of a persistent gold digging newcomer may prove problematic not toWhen asked to research old documents for a local family, Meredith Morehouse, curator of the eclectic Imogene Museum, jumps at the chance As if she didn t already have enough to do hiring a new gift shop manager keeping tabs on Rupert Hagg, the eccentric museum director whose naivety regarding the wiles of a persistent gold digging newcomer may prove problematic not to mention finding time to see Pete Sills, the hunky tugboat captain she s just started dating.Then Meredith s investigation unearths hints that a decade old suicide might not have been suicide after all So many secrets in the small, riverside town of Platts Landing, Washington Will someone kill again to hide the truth

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    1. I find it hard to review the books of this series individually; I binge-read all six books over the course of a weekend and enjoyed them to pieces, but that does not make for clear and separate memories of eachSuffice to say this was another very enjoyable installment in an extremely entertaining series. Description is fun ("He looks like a cross between my childhood teddy bear and Sean Connery"), and the dog Tuppence is a star – I love the use of "hoovering" in reference to her scavenging.Thi [...]

    2. 4.5 StarsYou can tell I'm enjoying a series when I read 3 books in as many days. This is another enjoyable instalment that follows Meredith Morehouse, curator of a small museum in a anything-but-sleepy town in Washington state. I'm getting used to her managing to always be in the thick of trouble now, and as usual, enjoyed the mesh of historical artefacts, a well written community and multiple mysteries.I'm glad it's been cold and wet here as it's afforded me the opportunity to curl up in the wa [...]

    3. The unique mysteries continue in this third book of the Imogene Museum Mystery series. The characters continue to develop while introducing new people to get to know and welcome to this small community. Full of all kinds of interesting information. I feel this should be read as a series.

    4. Title: Sight Shot - Imogene Museum Mystery 3Author: Jerusha JonesPublished: 10-6-15Publisher: Thomas & MercerPages: 185Genre: Mystery, Thrillers & SuspenseSub Genre: General Fiction; Amateur Sleuths, SeriesISBN: 9781477829219ASIN: B00PBCY0RG Reviewer: DelAnneReviewed For: NetGalley. Meredith is given a stack of papers that once belong to the family of a man believed to have committed suicide a decade before. While perusing the papers Meredith begins to question if he really did commit su [...]

    5. Derde boek op rij in de reeks en ik vraag mij af of het teveel van het goede was? Maar ja wat doe je als de vorige goed was? Dan ben je benieuwd en wil je verder gaan. Ik moet mezelf dan misschien toch een halt toeroepen en eerst iets anders nemen tussendoor.Third book in a row and I wonder if maybe it was a bit too much? But what do you do if you liked the two previous ones? You want to keep on reading en that's what I did. Maybe I should have picked something else in between.De cover en titel [...]

    6. ARC review for Thomas & Mercer Books via Netgalley.When asked to research old documents for a local family, Meredith Morehouse, curator of the eclectic Imogene Museum, jumps at the chance. As if she didn’t already have enough to do. She’s trying to hire a new gift shop manager while also keeping tabs on Rupert Hagg, the eccentric museum director who is remarkably blind to the wiles of a persistent, gold-digging newcomer. And she still needs to find time to see Pete Sills, the hardworking [...]

    7. This book took me through a range of emotions. I was giggling by the fourth page and held my breath in areas and at the end felt the pain Meredith did, along with the fear. Meredith is the Curator of the Imogene Museum, although she does a wide range of jobs for the place. She seems very comfortable with who she is and her job. The supporting characters, Sheriff Marge, tugboat captain Pete, Deputy Dale, and various museum employees all pull the story together along with one of my favorite charac [...]

    8. When asked to research old documents for a local family, Meredith Morehouse, curator of the eclectic Imogene Museum, jumps at the chance. As if she didn’t already have enough to do — hiring a new gift shop manager; keeping tabs on Rupert Hagg, the eccentric museum director whose naivety regarding the wiles of a persistent gold-digging newcomer may prove problematic; not to mention finding time to see Pete Sills, the hunky tugboat captain she’s just started dating.Then Meredith’s investig [...]

    9. Kindle Copy for ReviewCurator Meredith Moorehouse finds herself hiring an eccentric lady to replace her gift shop manager but it does not last long when she finds a couple was locked in the museum a few days later. As she was about to fire her, the woman quits but tries to run but a strange man stops her from leaving. The man wants her to go through some documents and see the legality of them. Not really her domain, she says will research it and looks through his information he left behind. Duri [...]

    10. Meredith Morehouse, curator of Imogene Museum in Washington, is desperate to hire a gift shop manager when Wade Snead asks her to review old family papers for value. As she doesn't see anything valuable at first review, she starts asking questions about the family and the suicide of the patriarch. Little did she know of the explosive actions that would follow.This book marks the second one I've read in this series. I was interested in the story for the entire book and I would like to read more b [...]

    11. So many things take place in this book, if I listed them I would either forget one or give something away. Needless to say, I am still waiting for a decent date for Pete and Meredith and would really, really like to see a museum display of chamber pots. Also, with a daily visitor average in the mid-2os, I wonder how long the Hagg fortune can keep all the people employed that Meredith seems to hire. But, little facts of life aside, the stories continue to be enjoyable and the citizens of Platts L [...]

    12. I loved the previous books in this series but the more I read about it, the more I love it! Jerusha Jones has a wonderful way of telling stories and I'll buy the next one for sure! In this book new characters appear but we still have this feeling that we know the life of this town and its inhabitants. We discover more about the previous ones and this gives the impression we really know them, they are my friends now. A lot of suspense in a totally different style than the first books. You'll love [...]

    13. How have I only just discovered this author and this series! I love it!! This is the third in the series and they just keep getting better. The characters are great, I love Meredith and how she interacts with the other supporting characters in the book as the story develops, I am history and crime nerd so books based in and around a museum and with a crime/cosy mystery twist are like heaven to me. Really enjoyed it, a lovely way to spend a few hours, genuinely thrilled I have found this author a [...]

    14. No Nightmares!I enjoy these lighthearted mysteries! They hold my interest, but can be read at bedtime with no nightmares! The first book had one bad word, apparently out of place for this author as these next two books in the series were absolutely fit for Christian readers. I'd even recommend them for young people. While 3 stars may not seem that great, it's a pretty good rating from me . I reserve 4 and 5 stars only for literary classics.

    15. I liked this one better than the second one, although the ending left me with more questions than answers. I liked how a clue from the first book was brought up in this book. A couple of new characters in this one, adding more depth to the character pool(not like it needed it but still a good thing) I like that these are quick, fast reads; not so much detail that it bogs the story down and adds filler. Looking forward to the next!

    16. I just finished this page turner because I couldn't put it down! The characters are well rounded and interesting and the plot had me plowing through it. I live in the NW, so I love the regional weather dialog, but mostly I love that this is a book without sex or graphic violenceI read plenty of that and it's not always necessary for an entertaining story!

    17. This was such a pleasant book. I loved all the characters, hopefully Pete will have more time in the next book, didn't get to know him much but I also haven't read the first two books of this series. Edna was my favorite. But like I said all the characters were delightful. I loved the small town feel. Good story. Good feel good novel.

    18. I am absolutely loving this series! The main character is awesome and so are many of the other quirky people she associates with. I also like how the romance is minimal. I am getting rather tired of mystery series where the author won't let two people get together so she can keep writing about romantic angst, Joanne Fluke for example. The story is great enough without it.

    19. I am rating this on the fact that I need light reading right now, and I like these characters, the setting, and interesting mysteries these are just simple reads with primarily nice people who treat each other with consideration and kindness except for the people committing the robberies, murders, etc

    20. I think this series keeps getting better and better. Meredith is busy as the new year begins with the museum, Pete and the new shop manager Frankie. She is also helping the police look into an old suicide that could be murder. A fast read that I enjoyed and looking for book 4.

    21. So many mysteries, so little time! And Meredith Morehouse has lots of mysteries to solve, from a ten year old suicide to finding a new gift shop manager for the museum. I really enjoyed this book (as well as the others before it) and am itching to read the next one. Keep 'em coming please!

    22. The Imogene Museum series are very nice reading. The characters are nicely real and the setting beautiful.

    23. I received this book as a Giveaway book.I really enjoyed this books and am very interested in going back to read the two previous books. Great character development and writing.

    24. Great readI have been enjoying this series. yes they all end happily but who wants gloom and doom. will be reading more.

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