Ink, Red, Dead (Kiki Lowenstein Scrap-n-Craft Mystery, #3)



Ink, Red, Dead (Kiki Lowenstein Scrap-n-Craft Mystery, #3) Reading Ink, Red, Dead Kiki Lowenstein Scrap N Craft Mystery, 3 Author Joanna Campbell Slan Wgf2011.eu Things Go From Bad To Worse When Ace Scrapbooker Kiki Lowenstein Visits A Customer S Home, And Discovers She S A Cat Hoarder Not Only Is The Place Swarming With Felines, But There Is A Corpse In The Freezer Kiki Refuses To Believe That The Scrapbooker Was Involved With Her Neighbor S Murder, And Now Her Biggest Problem Is Who Dunnit

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 149 pages
  • Ink, Red, Dead (Kiki Lowenstein Scrap-n-Craft Mystery, #3)
  • Joanna Campbell Slan
  • English
  • 17 December 2018

10 thoughts on “Ink, Red, Dead (Kiki Lowenstein Scrap-n-Craft Mystery, #3)

  1. Linda says:

    Overall I enjoyed the story itself, however there were too many editing errors from extra words to spelling a characters name two different ways on the same page I also felt like the ending was abrupt not to mention a little gross.

  2. Carol says:

    Kiki Lowenstein with her fellow employee and crafting assistant are going to a customer crafter s home, Marla Lever, to help set up.Marla has agreed to host the shop s Crop there The store s manager came up with the idea to rotate a Crop in a different customer s home each time.Kiki objected to this idea as who knows what you would discover at someone else s place And boy was Kiki ever correct Arriving st the house, there is no answer Kiki finds an open door then.Oh My.Kiki walks Kiki Lowenstein with her fellow employee and crafting assistant are going to a customer crafter s home, Marla Lever, to help set up.Marla has agreed to host the shop s Crop there The store s manager came up with the idea to rotate a Crop in a different customer s home each time.Kiki objected to this idea as who knows what you would discover at someone else s place And boy was Kiki ever correct Arriving st the house, there is no answer Kiki finds an open door then.Oh My.Kiki walks into a house filled with hundreds of cats, trash, newspapers stacks, cat excrements, a broken air conditioner and a near death woman Kiki quickly calls for help whic...

  3. Jeanie Jackson says:

    I an not even sure why I liked Ink, Red, Dead, so much but I really did I think it is because the main character seemed so real and she had good sense, she got irritated at irritating things, she loved her daughter and was willing to work with her mother, she didn t always act the way she thought she should that is real life I know that I am rooting for her and for Detweiler I enjoyed all of the characters who seem to belo...

  4. Kat Lebo says:

    Ink Red Dead a Kiki Lowenstein mystery By Joanna Campbell SlanThis was a delightful story featuring a heroine well known to all of us in today s mysteries single woman either never married, recently divorced or widowed, sometimes with a child, sometimes without , who manages to get herself into amazing situations without even trying Still, Slan s character is likeable and manages to separate herself from the crowd of current day heroines Kiki Lowenstein is a widow with a young daughter, wh Ink Red Dead a Kiki Lowenstein mystery By Joanna Campbell SlanThis was a delightful story featuring a heroine well known to all of us in today s mysteries single woman either never married, recently divorced or widowed, sometimes with a child, sometimes without , who manages to get herself into amazing situations without even trying Still, Slan s character is likeable and manages to separate herself from the crowd of current day heroines Kiki Lowenstein is a widow with a young daughter, who lives in Richmond Heights, just outside of St Louis She is struggling to make ends meet, to rebuild her life, and to provide for her daughter In this, the third in the series, Kiki is working at Time In A Bottle, a scrapbooking store in which she has a small, minority ownership share She also picks up extra cash working for her f...

  5. Judy says:

    I m still enjoying this series about a scrap booking single mother trying to survive and keep her daughter happy In this one she stumbles on a nasty situation when she turns up to help host a crop at one of the store s clients houses and finds the woman unconscious in an overheated house full of cats and newspapers When she calls 911 the police turn up along with the ambulance, and discover a body in the woman s freezer If you can get past the police being unnaturally willing to share clues I m still enjoying this series about a scrap booking single mother t...

  6. Melissa Dinwiddie says:

    Scrappy funA fun, light read Predictable, but still entertaining The dialogue is rather stilted nobody really talks that way , and the situations so far in this series feel placed just so in order to t...

  7. Sandee says:

    A good mystery, interesting characters and lots of drama in the relationships I enjoyed this book very much Kiki is still struggling to make ends meet There are bad feelings between the people working at the ...

  8. Nola Arganbright says:

    Great Scrapbooking Mystery5 stars for this book This is a fast moving mystery with great characters and interwoven plots There is a good mystery to solve and plenty of action and brainstorming for the reader Included with the book are Scrapbooking ideas, good recipes, and suggestions for projects.

  9. Neena Christianson Martin says:

    If editing errors bother you stay away.These are very enjoyable books as long as you can overlook grammatical and storyline errors They bother me but not enough to stop reading about what deadly encounters Kiki will find herself embroiled in The cast of characters are unique and compelling, and...

  10. Sue says:

    Easy fun readI like scrapbooking these mysteries are fun to read Also they appear in my hometown As I m reading I picture the places described I wish Kiki s store was real I would shop there LOL

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