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Wealthy tycoon, Albert Gravel, lifeless and blue-faced on the floor after eating The Crystal Grill Restaurant’s fish special. The Grill owner has every reason to want him dead but protests his innocence. Something smells fishy! Calmhaven’s favorite amateur sleuth, Molly Montague Grey, sniffs something even more suspicious than the fish special at play. Followed by an eag Wealthy tycoon, Albert Gravel, lifeless and blue-faced on the floor after eating The Crystal Grill Restaurant’s fish special. The Grill owner has every reason to want him dead but protests his innocence. Something smells fishy! Calmhaven’s favorite amateur sleuth, Molly Montague Grey, sniffs something even more suspicious than the fish special at play. Followed by an eager reporter looking for a scoop, the Gravel case quickly uncovers Calmhaven’s dark underbelly! The prospect of interviewing Calmhaven’s popular wedding planner does not inspire rookie reporter Virgil Shepherd’s hunger for a scoop. When his cozy interview with elderly matchmaker and amateur sleuth Molly turns into a murder scene, things get a whole lot more interesting! Who is responsible for Albert Gravel’s grizzly demise? Sheriff J J Barnes sees it as a cut and dry case – the owner of the Grill had plenty reason to want Gravel out of his way. Molly thinks otherwise, and together with her enthusiastic assistant Dora, is determined to get to the bottom of this decidedly smelly case. Can she do so before an innocent man goes to jail? Or maybe he is just good at hiding the facts and is in fact a marine murderer! A Fishy Murder Most Foul is a Christian Culinary Cozy Mystery that serves up a plate of delicious cozy adventure. If you like light, clean, Cozy Mysteries with a cat-loving sleuth, quirky characters, and unexpected surprises you will love A Fishy Murder Most Foul, a Molly Grey Cozy Mystery. Buy A Fishy Murder Most Foul and dive into another cozy conundrum with Molly and Dora today! No cliffhanger, swearing, gore or graphic scenes, just good, clean cozy fun...


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Wealthy tycoon, Albert Gravel, lifeless and blue-faced on the floor after eating The Crystal Grill Restaurant’s fish special. The Grill owner has every reason to want him dead but protests his innocence. Something smells fishy! Calmhaven’s favorite amateur sleuth, Molly Montague Grey, sniffs something even more suspicious than the fish special at play. Followed by an eag Wealthy tycoon, Albert Gravel, lifeless and blue-faced on the floor after eating The Crystal Grill Restaurant’s fish special. The Grill owner has every reason to want him dead but protests his innocence. Something smells fishy! Calmhaven’s favorite amateur sleuth, Molly Montague Grey, sniffs something even more suspicious than the fish special at play. Followed by an eager reporter looking for a scoop, the Gravel case quickly uncovers Calmhaven’s dark underbelly! The prospect of interviewing Calmhaven’s popular wedding planner does not inspire rookie reporter Virgil Shepherd’s hunger for a scoop. When his cozy interview with elderly matchmaker and amateur sleuth Molly turns into a murder scene, things get a whole lot more interesting! Who is responsible for Albert Gravel’s grizzly demise? Sheriff J J Barnes sees it as a cut and dry case – the owner of the Grill had plenty reason to want Gravel out of his way. Molly thinks otherwise, and together with her enthusiastic assistant Dora, is determined to get to the bottom of this decidedly smelly case. Can she do so before an innocent man goes to jail? Or maybe he is just good at hiding the facts and is in fact a marine murderer! A Fishy Murder Most Foul is a Christian Culinary Cozy Mystery that serves up a plate of delicious cozy adventure. If you like light, clean, Cozy Mysteries with a cat-loving sleuth, quirky characters, and unexpected surprises you will love A Fishy Murder Most Foul, a Molly Grey Cozy Mystery. Buy A Fishy Murder Most Foul and dive into another cozy conundrum with Molly and Dora today! No cliffhanger, swearing, gore or graphic scenes, just good, clean cozy fun...

30 review for A Fishy Murder Most Foul: Christian Cozy Mystery,

  1. 5 out of 5

    Krystyna

    A good plot but ........ A good plot that was rather let down by one or two inconsistencies. This should have been picked up in the editing/proofing and the main character is rather spineless and gormless. Shame. The two women though are just as good as ever. He has always wanted to be a journalist but so far has been allowed to write a story - until now. The subject Miss Molly and her agency. An appointment at the local restaurant is interrupted by the death of an arrogant tycoon. Everyone thinks A good plot but ........ A good plot that was rather let down by one or two inconsistencies. This should have been picked up in the editing/proofing and the main character is rather spineless and gormless. Shame. The two women though are just as good as ever. He has always wanted to be a journalist but so far has been allowed to write a story - until now. The subject Miss Molly and her agency. An appointment at the local restaurant is interrupted by the death of an arrogant tycoon. Everyone thinks it's a heart attack but Miss Molly has doubts. She invites the junior reporter to shadow their investigation. Add in gambling debts, a smashed up car, a driving incident, an innocent man arrested and three thugs. Will she work out the real culprit? Will his story ever be printed?

  2. 5 out of 5

    Marilyn Burrows

    It takes a very old sleuth to solve the crimes He wanted to be a reporter. He worker for the paper. But no one took an interest in him. Instead, he was mostly a runner. He got coffee, donuts and cleaned the bathrooms. But then, he heard about an older lady. She was a real sleuth. And she wanted to teach him...

  3. 5 out of 5

    Stacey

    Good cozy mystery. Love the characters especially the addition of newspaper reporter, Virgil. My second book by this author. It was a fun read. I hope to read more of her books.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Melinda

    A Fishy murder most foul I really liked this it was short but a great read l really enjoy reading clean books and I'm looking forward to reading more. A Fishy murder most foul I really liked this it was short but a great read l really enjoy reading clean books and I'm looking forward to reading more.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Robin

    Another delightful book about Molly Grey. Nicely written. I thoroughly enjoyed reading along looking for clues to who dun it. I was surprised. Recommended.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Paula Corregan

    Good book! This was an enjoyable mystery to read. It did have a few errors such as the fact that Barnes was spelled as Branes. I highly recommend it to other cozy mystery readers.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Pat Cross

    A Fishy Mystery Cute story. Again, common sense solves the mystery. A deadly trap is set with the Love and the love of money.

  8. 5 out of 5

    D.J. WAITE

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    Jennifer Christner

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  18. 4 out of 5

    Ellen Strasma

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    Janis Giblin

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    Margery Noll

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    Mary

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    janet burch

  24. 4 out of 5

    Anouk

  25. 5 out of 5

    Adpa

  26. 4 out of 5

    Rosie Mudd

  27. 5 out of 5

    Barbara Callahan

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    Claudette Kilby

  29. 4 out of 5

    Alfredia Haynes

  30. 5 out of 5

    Winifred M Fickett

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