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by Carole Bugge

eBook Who Killed Mona Lisa? (Claire Rawlings Mysteries) download ISBN: 0425179192
Author: Carole Bugge
Publisher: Berkley; First Edition edition (April 1, 2001)
Language: English
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Rating: 4.3
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Category: Mystery
Subcategory: Mystery

Carole Bugge's WHO KILLED MONA LISA is a delightful and charming "whodunit" in the classic tradition.

Carole Bugge's WHO KILLED MONA LISA is a delightful and charming "whodunit" in the classic tradition.

Who Killed Mona Lisa? (Claire Rawlings Mysteries). Who Killed Blanche DuBois?" is the first in Carole Bugge's well-written, very entertaining series. Carole Buggé, author of Who Killed Dorian Gray?, Who Killed Blanch DuBois?, and The Star of India, has had her short fiction appear in numerous anthologies. The 1992 winner of the Eve of St. Agnes Poetry Award, she is also the 1996 First Prize winner of the Maxim Mazumdar Playwriting Competition and the 1992 Jean Paiva Memorial Fiction Award.

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Who Killed Mona Lisa? (Book in the Claire Rawlings Series). Carole Bugge's WHO KILLED MONA LISA is a delightful and charming "whodunit" in the classic tradition.

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Carole Buggé of New York City is the tenth recipient of the Jerry Jazz Musician New Short Fiction Award . Who Killed Mona Lisa?

Carole Buggé of New York City is the tenth recipient of the Jerry Jazz Musician New Short Fiction Award, announced and published the first of November, 2005. They are honoring all fifty winners this year. Uncle Evil Eye occupies a unique place in my writing. So when she comes to New York to visit, the two mystery buffs work together to sleuth the truth about a real-life murder. Who Killed Mona Lisa?

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While spending the Thanksgiving holiday at a cozy New England inn with her young sidekick, Meredith Lawrence, mystery editor Claire Rawlings decide to entertain themselves by reading a pile of old letters addressed to the Secret Drawer Society, but when a series of corpse begins to turn up, the letters could hold the key to the inn's dark past and murderous present. Original.
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Fiarynara
In the third book of the series, Claire Rawlings and her twelve year old sidekick, Meredith Lawrence, are spending Thanksgiving at the Wayside Inn in Massachusetts. What started out as a romantic weekend with Claire's boyfriend, Wally Jackson...homicide detective, turned into participating in a murder investigation.
One of the inn's employees is found murdered in the wine cellar. After a heavy snowfall, the guests and employees not only find themselves snowbound but suspects in the murder investigation. Meredith is able to ask questions that only a young girl can ask and Wally arrives just in time and to assist the local detective.
Kajikus
Excited to get this book and read, after good reviews. But I found the story line a bet odd. First, taking a friend's child on a romantic weekend with a boyfriend, second, having the child "help" in the case (I know none like Meredith and I know some smart kids), and finally the kid having a mouth with iffy language. Not for me...
Gianni_Giant
Another fun cozy mystery read! Author Carole Bugge (AKA suspense/ thriller author C. E. Lawrence) has done a great job mixing an old-fashioned "who-dunit" with the more current trend of unusual sleuths. In this novel's case, she has a 13 yr. old girl helping the adults follow the clues to figure out who the killer is. I liked that the detectives involved were not characterized as bumbling idiots who needed the help like some mysteries do. I really enjoyed the storyline involving a New England inn location during Thanksgiving snowy weather because it allowed the author to describe some interesting character combinations and related issues. I especially enjoyed the idea of a secret drawer, in each room at the inn, chock-full of letters to peruse and enjoy. I think it would be a fun way to spend an afternoon or evening reading and discussing them like the characters did. While I had figured out the killer by the book's end, I did not guess all the reasons.
Nicearad
"Who Killed Mona Lisa" is the latest offering from Carole Bugge, and it is no less satisfying than her previous two books, "Who Killed Blanche DuBois" and "Who Killed Dorian Gray?" This time, Claire and Meredith are visiting an historic New England inn for Thanksgiving when a storm leaves them stranded. And if that's not bad enough, there's a murder. And then another death... Filled with suspense and excellent plotting, this book is definitely a worthy addition to an already enjoyable series.
Kigul
Carole Bugge's WHO KILLED MONA LISA is a delightful and charming "whodunit" in the classic tradition. Claire Rawlings and her sidekick, 12 year old Meredith Lawrence, visit the cozy New England inn, the Wayside Inn, and stumble on a murderous mystery surrounding the Secret Drawer Society.
Bugge's style is crisp, rapid and engaging; her characters believable and compelling. The plot is tight-knit and the suspense builds and deepens from page one. Claire and Meredith follow the clues like true modern Sherlockians. The "Claire Rawlings series"--of which this is the third, preceded by WHO KILLED BLANCHE DuBOISE and WHO KILLED DORIAN GRAY--is one of the most delightful and thrilling series of "whodunits" to grace the mystery field in many years.
I highly recommend WHO KILLED MONA LISA to one and all!