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Three men are missing and there’s a frozen corpse in the dumpster behind the Rose and Thorn. Duke the cat knows which man it is, and he’s pleased. Trick Rodefeffer has never been loyal–not to his wife, his friends, or his family. Ratting out a business partner is as easy for Trick as cheating on his wife, but this time he may have gone too far. Patrick Fitzpatrick just lost Three men are missing and there’s a frozen corpse in the dumpster behind the Rose and Thorn. Duke the cat knows which man it is, and he’s pleased. Trick Rodefeffer has never been loyal–not to his wife, his friends, or his family. Ratting out a business partner is as easy for Trick as cheating on his wife, but this time he may have gone too far. Patrick Fitzpatrick just lost the love of his life, and after spending several weeks grieving in a cabin in the woods, has stopped communicating with his family members, who fear the worst. Harlan “Mean” Mann has made many enemies over the years; did one finally take revenge? It’s December, and Rose Hill is buried under several feet of snow. The Fitzpatrick cousins are up to their necks in childcare issues and delayed wedding plans. Although there is precious little time left over to investigate the disappearance of the three men, they manage to stick their noses in far enough to stir up some serious trouble.


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Three men are missing and there’s a frozen corpse in the dumpster behind the Rose and Thorn. Duke the cat knows which man it is, and he’s pleased. Trick Rodefeffer has never been loyal–not to his wife, his friends, or his family. Ratting out a business partner is as easy for Trick as cheating on his wife, but this time he may have gone too far. Patrick Fitzpatrick just lost Three men are missing and there’s a frozen corpse in the dumpster behind the Rose and Thorn. Duke the cat knows which man it is, and he’s pleased. Trick Rodefeffer has never been loyal–not to his wife, his friends, or his family. Ratting out a business partner is as easy for Trick as cheating on his wife, but this time he may have gone too far. Patrick Fitzpatrick just lost the love of his life, and after spending several weeks grieving in a cabin in the woods, has stopped communicating with his family members, who fear the worst. Harlan “Mean” Mann has made many enemies over the years; did one finally take revenge? It’s December, and Rose Hill is buried under several feet of snow. The Fitzpatrick cousins are up to their necks in childcare issues and delayed wedding plans. Although there is precious little time left over to investigate the disappearance of the three men, they manage to stick their noses in far enough to stir up some serious trouble.

30 review for Pine Mountain (Rose Hill Mysteries #12)

  1. 5 out of 5

    SylviaV

    Pine Mountain Book 12 in the Rose Hill Mystery Series. All 12 books in this series can be read as stand alone books but I would suggest you read them in order as each book follows on from the events that happened in the previous book. Each book has a death that may or may not be suspicious and there are a lot of characters that make an appearance. The main story arc is about cousins Maggie, Hannah and Claire, their family and friends and life in a small country town. This is the last book in this Pine Mountain Book 12 in the Rose Hill Mystery Series. All 12 books in this series can be read as stand alone books but I would suggest you read them in order as each book follows on from the events that happened in the previous book. Each book has a death that may or may not be suspicious and there are a lot of characters that make an appearance. The main story arc is about cousins Maggie, Hannah and Claire, their family and friends and life in a small country town. This is the last book in this mystery series and it does tidy up most of the loose ends and gives a bit of a summary of events from previous books. I purchased Book 10+11+12 in a box set and re read all the previous book in the series before I started the box set, so I have been binge reading this series for the last couple of weeks. I have enjoyed all 12 books and the overall story arc. 4 stars. It is March 2020 and what better time to binge read a series, than now with the Covid-19 pandemic when we are asked to self isolate and observe social distance.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Vesta Tobin

    Fun. Love the men s part in this book Surprising twist with Patrick

  3. 5 out of 5

    Dr. Pj Forrest

    What a Sad Day for Me Why? Because Pine Mountain, #12, is the last book in the Rose Hill series. I don’t think I’ve ever liked a series so much that I could binge read the whole series but I did this one. The series is about the crazy Fitzpatrick family and those who they opt in as family. And a family sticks together no matter what. They are all unique and quirky individuals who are somehow still function and help each other out. The mystery is always intriguing, full of twists and turns. The th What a Sad Day for Me Why? Because Pine Mountain, #12, is the last book in the Rose Hill series. I don’t think I’ve ever liked a series so much that I could binge read the whole series but I did this one. The series is about the crazy Fitzpatrick family and those who they opt in as family. And a family sticks together no matter what. They are all unique and quirky individuals who are somehow still function and help each other out. The mystery is always intriguing, full of twists and turns. The three female cousins are usually featured and are usually the ones who solve the mystery. But the other characters are woven in and out of the series and everyone gets their moment in the sun. The writing is superb and makes for enjoyable reading. But for me - I like the humor. It is very subtle and used heavily in the stories. Some of the dialogue, a sentence or two, is always so funny I have to stop and copy them because I want to keep them always. The author has quite brilliantly written each book so it can be a stand alone novel but also has story lines which run through the series. Read any of this series you can, but my advice would be to start with Rose Hill and then continue to read in order. I’m so glad I had the pleasure of getting to know these books and these characters but I’m sad that I am at the end.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Sandra Osborn

    I enjoyed this series and all the characters especially the “ three bunnies”. This book was a good wrap up

  5. 5 out of 5

    Vicki L. Wollam

    Great Read The 12th book and really enjoyed all the books in the series. Sorry they are done. Love the close family ties and clever mysteries

  6. 5 out of 5

    Jan Locke

    Amazing loves A wonderful way to tell a story of a small town, family and friends. I have fallen in love with each family member and the stories told, the investigations and the deep loves that are surviving through every change that comes. Duke's story beginning this book brought tears to my eyes and drew me back to Rose Hill. I loved the flashback stories of the cousins, with Ed, Sam and Scott, adding to the layers of understanding of these characters I love. For several years I've looked forwa Amazing loves A wonderful way to tell a story of a small town, family and friends. I have fallen in love with each family member and the stories told, the investigations and the deep loves that are surviving through every change that comes. Duke's story beginning this book brought tears to my eyes and drew me back to Rose Hill. I loved the flashback stories of the cousins, with Ed, Sam and Scott, adding to the layers of understanding of these characters I love. For several years I've looked forward to October and another story of Rose Hill and all that goes on. Though I'll miss these friends this was a great way to close our glimpses into life in Rose Hill.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Heather Cleaver

    Book 12 This book was just like the rest of the series except for there was flashbacks. These flash backs were a good chunk of a chapter of previous books. This time there were several mysteries that were solved all revolving around family and the upcoming holidays. The loose ends from the previous books were tied up nicely. But, there were still some frayed ends that one could grab onto to spin into a story.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Joanne Obst

    A complete success Me Grandstaff has created a world I've returned to over and over. I've loved the characters I've met. They are as real and complex as anyone I've known. Do not hesitate to dive in to the world of Rose Hill and enjoy these coziest of mysteries! A complete success Me Grandstaff has created a world I've returned to over and over. I've loved the characters I've met. They are as real and complex as anyone I've known. Do not hesitate to dive in to the world of Rose Hill and enjoy these coziest of mysteries!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Michele Howell

    Loved this series!! Lots of love, family and mystery. The sleuth cousins are so great together always poking their noses into something. Each book keeps me turning the page to find out what's going to happen next with the Fitzpatrick family. Loved this series!! Lots of love, family and mystery. The sleuth cousins are so great together always poking their noses into something. Each book keeps me turning the page to find out what's going to happen next with the Fitzpatrick family.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Michelle Singer

    Perfect mystery novels among friends I loved all 12 books and wish this series could go on forever! The friendship, family and the cozy town of Rose Hill all make for the perfect setting of a page turning mystery.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Renee Vaga

    Characters became my friends I was enchanted by this book series from the beginning. The characters are just like friends that I enjoy catching up with. I think I will go back to the first book and start over again.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Suzanne Homeier-poe

    Great series. I loved this series and I am sad to see it end. I would love to see more books of this type. I love the Fitzpatrick clan. It was sad happy and like so many families. Please write more than one book a year.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Nikki Stromire

    Rose hill mysteries. Love getting to know the whole town. Enjoyed all the books and wish you could write more maybe Melissa’s story lol. Awesome read!

  14. 4 out of 5

    JANE VAN HORN

    Excellent Excellent book by Pamela Grandstaff. Another tale of the twisted and complicated lives of the Fitzpatrick family. I love this seties.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Williams

    Wonderful!! As always a great storyteller... I feel as if I know each and every one of the characters... can't put down until I have read every word... Wonderful!! As always a great storyteller... I feel as if I know each and every one of the characters... can't put down until I have read every word...

  16. 4 out of 5

    Melinda

    The entire Rose Hill series is great. I love how Pine Mountain tied up some loose ends. Wonderful ending.

  17. 4 out of 5

    janet j rose

  18. 5 out of 5

    Lauren

  19. 5 out of 5

    Carol

  20. 4 out of 5

    Barb Hofer

  21. 5 out of 5

    Linda Gilliam

  22. 4 out of 5

    Christina Garcia

  23. 4 out of 5

    April Moore

  24. 5 out of 5

    Harriet

  25. 5 out of 5

    Kay (Brigidsmomma) Compton

  26. 4 out of 5

    Lois Lucas

  27. 4 out of 5

    Cynthia L Boeggeman

  28. 4 out of 5

    April Newman

  29. 5 out of 5

    Ann Dudley

  30. 5 out of 5

    Joanne Lowery

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