Sunday, June 29, 2008

Death Of A Six-Foot Teddy Bear By Sharon Dunn

Hi All! 

Here is my independent review of this book! This book is fun! From the themed hotels in the area, to mystery and mayhem, this book is packed with things going on. God isn't left out in the least, but I have to say that many mysteries and animals abound. Cats and squirrels, that is a mix worth pondering now isn't it? Things get really "haired" when the person inside a 6 foot Teddy Bear suit winds up dead and the main characters are under suspicion of being the perpetrators of the murder! Where did the stolen jewelry go, or is it still there? Who committed the crime, or is it crimes? Can the detectives sort this out? And most of all, is the one who died in the bear suit Kinda's new crush, and if he isn't, then can she trust her heart to him?

You will have to read this whirlwind book to find out! 
Carol :) 

Death of a Six-foot Teddy Bear

Book two in the Bargain Hunters mysteries  

Ginger and the ladies of the Bargain Hunters Network head down to Calamity, Nevada to outlet shop and help Earl get his invention off the ground at the Inventors’ Expo. When a man in a teddy bear costume (it was a publicity stunt) is found dead, suspicion falls on ex-wives, an angry son and Ginger and Earl.

“If you enjoy whimsy, humor, and fun characters with your mystery, Death of a Six-Foot Teddy Bear is for you!  But beware!  Under the laughs are buried strong spiritual truths.  A delightful, thoughtful read.” — Gayle Roper, award-winning author of Fatal Deduction

“The bargain hunter gals are at it again! Dunn’s riotous romp seamlessly tucks in truth and light and leaves us in stitches. A must-read for those who think living by faith is boring.” — Lois Richer, author of Healing Tide

Sharon Dunn is the author of Death of a Garage Sale Newbie and theRuby Taylor mystery novels, including Sassy Cinderella, which was voted Book of the Year by American Christian Fiction Writers. She earned a bachelor's in television prouction and a master's in history. Sharon lives with her husband and three children.

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