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Death Under Glass

Death Under Glass In the latest novel from the author of Ill Gotten Panes Georgia Kelly has made a home for herself and her stained glass business in Wenwood New York But not everything in the sleepy Hudson River tow

  • Title: Death Under Glass
  • Author: Jennifer McAndrews
  • ISBN: 9780425267967
  • Page: 212
  • Format: Paperback
  • In the latest novel from the author of Ill Gotten Panes, Georgia Kelly has made a home for herself and her stained glass business in Wenwood, New York But not everything in the sleepy Hudson River town is as transparent as it seems While Georgia has come to love her new hometown, her stained glass windows haven t exactly been raking in the dough So when her best friend,In the latest novel from the author of Ill Gotten Panes, Georgia Kelly has made a home for herself and her stained glass business in Wenwood, New York But not everything in the sleepy Hudson River town is as transparent as it seems While Georgia has come to love her new hometown, her stained glass windows haven t exactly been raking in the dough So when her best friend, Carrie, offers her the opportunity to create a made to order window for Wenwood s latest bed and breakfast, Georgia jumps at the chance But when Carrie s ex husband s office suddenly burns to the ground and Carrie s own office and apartment are robbed, Georgia has to put down her glass and cutter to get to the bottom of the trouble Carrie insists she doesn t have enemies, but Georgia is determined to do everything in her power to find out who s targeting her friend and why before anyone else s life is smashed to pieces

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    1. With ILL-GOTTEN PANES, book one in the Stained-Glass Mystery series, author Jennifer McAndrews introduced a charming new series and brought to readers the creative world of the art of stained-glass. Readers also got to meet Georgia Kelly, Pete “Grampy” Georgia’s grandfather, and the town of Wenwood, New York and its cast of intriguing town’s people. I was so excited at the announcement of this book, DEATH UNDER GLASS and anxiously awaited my chance to read it. Well, it was certainly wort [...]

    2. Unless the reader is completely daft, they do not need the author to excessively describe the situation or to overdraw the picture, or to even repeat the situation to you. This book was superficial and did not add to the first book or make it a series that a reader would run to. The title had absolutely nothing to do with the storyline. Other than the fact that Georgia Kelly creates stained glass art in her apparent spare time. This is a story about a town, Wenwood, New York, in flux since a new [...]

    3. The second book carries on with engaging people, a realistic, engrossing mystery and, again, a surprising solution.Definitely a keeper

    4. This is the second in A Stained-Glass Mystery series and it continues to entertain with a strong cast of characters and deviously plotted murders. Georgia has left New York to live with her grandfather in Wenwood, New York and establish her stained glass business. Her friend Carrie involves her in designing a window for a new bed and breakfast in town. While working on that project, Georgia is sucked into helping Carrie deal with a fire at her ex-husbands law office, the murder of his law partne [...]

    5. Holy cow!!! This book couldn't have dragged on any slower than watching a snail on a leaf. Way too much detail and not enough plot. The characters were boring. This was my first time with this author and it will probably be the last.

    6. 3.5 starsGood writing, setting and characters, but a transparent plot.Wordy review: jennoklikes/post/126490

    7. Second in the Stained Glass mystery series, this book was a quick read and I wanted to rate it 3 1/2 stars. The plot was fine and the characters interesting.

    8. To me, it was readily apparent what was going on in the book. There were some things that were brought up that Georgia seemed very interested in, yet when the object of her interest is available, she doesn't dig right in. Why spend all that time on Georgia feeling angst only to have her not dive into it when she gets the chance? If the author wanted to reach a certain word length, there were other avenues that she could've expounded on, that would not have slowed the pace of the story. We didn't [...]

    9. openbooksociety/article/deBrought to you by OBS reviewer Jeanie‘Death Under Glass’, second in Jennifer McAndrews’ new Stained Glass Mystery series, has pleasantly surprised this reader! Yes, it can easily be read as a stand-alone as the author skillfully blends in any background for the characters and Wenwood, New York that the reader might find necessary to better understand the current events. And I have enjoyed it much more than the first in series, ‘Ill-Gotten Panes’. In my opinion [...]

    10. Death Under Glass is the second book in the A Stained Glass Mystery series.This was another entertaining visiting with Georgia Kelly and the folks in Wenwood, NY.Georgia and Carrie, who owns Aggie's Antiques and displays some of Georgia's stained glass works, are meeting with Trudy who will be opening the Magnolia Bed and Breakfast soon and would like a stained glass window for the transom above the front door. Carie has suggested to Trudy that Georgia is just the person for the job.As they are [...]

    11. I seem to be on a roll this year for finding new-to-me authors and series and almost immediately getting the next book in line. First one grabs and doesn't let go with the premise, characters and setting. I just have to get the next one. of the time while still reading the book one. I am fascinated by stained glass and was a bit disappointed that the first book in the series didn't delve too much into the art. That changed in the second book. Yay! Characters are still excellent, super mystery, g [...]

    12. Since I don't normally write reviews unless I have something specific to say, here's the break down of how I rate my books1 star This book was bad, so bad I may have given up and skipped to the end. I will avoid this author like the plague in the future.2 stars This book was not very good, and I won't be reading any more from the author.3 stars This book was ok, but I won't go out of my way to read more, But if I find another book by the author for under a dollar I'd pick it up.4 stars I really [...]

    13. I was instantly immersed in this Cozy Mystery, DEATH UNDER GLASS. Georgia, who's getting over loosing her fiance, is living with her Grandy. She's working with her friend, Carrie ,who has her own set of heartbreak from her recent marriage. You'll find this Cozy making you feel like you live in this small town. I loved the characters who are very down to earth. I can't wait to see how the author, Jennifer McAndrews, develops these characters. I recommend this series for all you Cozy Mystery lover [...]

    14. This was so much fun to read. I instantly bonded with Georgia and Carrie and felt so bad when Carrie's ex and his affairs dragged them into solving not only arson, but poor Carrie getting robbed at home and at her work, and of course murder. there was some real palpable tension and suspense created in this cozy.I was turning pages fast and furious and up for another all-nighter! The mystery was fun, tight and fully engaging. At the conclusion I was satisfied and on edge, knowing it was at an end [...]

    15. DEATH UNDER GLASS is a fun & witty mystery. I hadn't a clue to whodunit until it was revealed! I can hardly wait to see how these characters develope further into the series. Will Georgia give love a chance again & who will be the winner of her heart? I also love all the characters who hang out at the local dinner, or should I say local gossip center? I recommend this series for all you Cozy fans. You'll find yourself living alongside of the characters in this quaint homey small town lif [...]

    16. Georgia is still living with her grandfather, trying to decide whether to stay in a dying small town or go back to the big city. Meanwhile, she gets a commission for a piece of stained glass for a new bed and breakfast. But her best friend Carrie is in crisis--the building she co-owns with her ex-husband has burned down and the ex is nowhere to be found. Then there's a break-in at Carrie's antique store. Georgia is also beginning to think that she's ready to date again--why else does she find se [...]

    17. Another enchanting mystery from Jennifer McAndrews! A true cozy, the murder mystery is secondary to the spinning of the tale of the relationships between the characters and the creation of a welcoming town that you remember, or wish you remembered, from childhood. Wentworth seems so inviting without being saccharine-sweet. The heroine, Georgia is a modern woman, but she retains a gentle spirit that makes you want to befriend her. This is an engaging and enjoyable read.

    18. This was excellent. I am enjoying this new series about a stained glass artist and the small town she lives in. The mysteries are compelling and the characters are quite believable. I like the interplay between Georgia and her BFF, her granddad, and the 2 men who seem to want to be in her life. Lots of stuff to build on here, and I can't wait for the next book! This series jumps to the top of the list when a new book comes out!

    19. This is the 2nd in the stained-glass mystery series. Georgia makes stained-gtlass windows and hasn't been doing well, her best friend Claire offers her the chance to make a custom window for a new bed and breakfast she is thrilled. Then Claire's ex-husband office burns to the ground and Claire's home and business are robbed, Georgia has to figure out who did it. Interesting information on stained-glass is writeen into the story.

    20. The second book in the series. Georgia is settling in to living with her Grandy in a small town. When her friend is called because the building she owns with her exhusband burns up, Georgia goes along for moral support. When Carries business is broken into and lots of merchandise is destroyed, including some of Georgia's stained glass pieces she is in on the hunt Dior the perpetrator and in the end he is caught, Georgia gets a window commission and she gets a date! An excellent story

    21. Did find a big error on pg. 46 you have Bill Harper as being killed and he was actually the killer. It was Andy Edgers who was killed in the first book. This time it is Carrie, Georgia's new friend, that is in trouble because of a fire which took down her shared investment with her ex-husband. So Georgia is working towards finding out the person who did this and get her friend off the hook.

    22. I found this a bit disappointing. Georgia is a nice character but this book is more about her insecurities and trying to find a new life than it is about a mystery. So many cozy mysteries suggesting that you can leave a serious job and make a successful life in a small town. It is a bit delusional even if a good read.

    23. I got this book in a book-blogger give-away (can't recall the details). It was a cute mystery with girlfriends (and antiques dealer and a stained glass artist) sticking together to untangle a mystery they should have let the handsome detective handle.

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