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  • Title: Too Cute To Kill
  • Author: Linda Crowder
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 419
  • Format: Kindle Edition

  • Jake Rand is an attorney in Casper, Wyoming, specializing in juvenile justice cases His wife Emma is a therapist in private practice Their peaceful life together in the shadow of Casper Mountain is shattered when they discover the body of an unknown woman apparently frozen to death almost on their doorstep Concerned that police might think they had something to do withJake Rand is an attorney in Casper, Wyoming, specializing in juvenile justice cases His wife Emma is a therapist in private practice Their peaceful life together in the shadow of Casper Mountain is shattered when they discover the body of an unknown woman apparently frozen to death almost on their doorstep Concerned that police might think they had something to do with the woman s death, Jake and Emma set out to unravel the mystery of who she is and how she met her lonely fate.
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    I won this as a First Reads and I'm so glad I did. I entered because my parents grew up in Wyoming with my mom in Casper where the book takes place. I thought this book was great. It was short and sweet but sucked me in right away. I wasn't entirely sure what to expect from the story line since its a brand new book and author, but I'm pleased. I wasn't expecting the ending at all and liked getting to know Jake and Emma through the book. I would have liked some more descriptions in general throu [...]

    Dollycas’s ThoughtsA nice short mystery to kick off this series. I like Jake and Emma. They are so in love it was almost sad to see the murderer leave the body at their wonderful place. They work together to catch the culprit, I was surprised by the outcome but it did make sense. There are still some questions to be answered though…

    This little novella really packs a punch! Engaging characters with interesting jobs and a surprise murderer. I recommend it.

    I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.Too Cute to Kill is a quaint read. Set in rural Wyoming, it is the tale of delightful couple’s encounter with the seedier side of life. Ms. Crowder has portrayed the snowy, cold winters in Wyoming in such a way that you’ll want to curl up with a blanket while reading no matter what the temperature. Fort Casper, Wyoming and its outlying areas seemed stark and remote—the perfect setting for a murder [...]

    Sarah Stuart
    More a travelogue than a multiple-murder mystery.I started reading “Too Cute To Kill” on a wet, cold, July evening, when I had nothing else I had to do right then, so I was content with the slow start. Animals have always been part of my life, so Emma’s relationships with her dogs and cats were interesting. What I didn’t expect, from a book purchased as a crime thriller, was the continuing snails-pace, or so many interruptions concerning animals that even Emma’s husband, Jake, is overs [...]

    S.A. Molteni
    Too Cute to Kill by Linda Crowder is a wonderfully written, cozy murder mystery.Jake and Emma find a dead body left close to their home in the middle of winter. Since they live in a rural area of Wyoming, neighbors know neighbors and crimes like this are not very commonplace. As the story continues, another murder takes place near a public area, leaving Jake and Emma to wonder what connection they, as common citizens, have to the two victims. Once the murderer is revealed, all of the clues throu [...]

    I thoroughly enjoyed reding Ms. Crowder's cozy mystery Too Cute to Kill. I recently lived near Casper Mountain and still visit family there frequently. Emma and Jake Rand were believable and likable characters. The plot held my interest, and the twists in the story kept me turning the pages. I have already downloaded her sequel, and am looking forward to another cozy mystery!

    This was a fairly pleasant little mystery, a freebie that I picked up to read in bed because the other two books I was in the midst of were a bit too heavy for bedtime reading. Not good enough for me, though, to read more of the series.

    Lori Henrich
    This was just okay for me. Not sure why. The characters were okay and the plot was okay. But nothing really made me want to read the next book in the series.A married couple find a dead body on their property which opens the door to them sticking their noses into the mystery.

    Dawn Hamilton
    This was a very well written and enjoyable murder mystery with lots of twists and turns, and a nail biter ending. I've lived with pets, and the author really captured the antics of the animals in this story. The author has done her homework, as is evident in the colorful and realistic settings. I've also lived in a northern place with cold, snowy winters, and her descriptions transported me to the cabin where I could feel the cold biting my nose, and hear the snow crunching under my boots as I w [...]

    Some people dump their trash anywhere. But, when they dump it right in front of Jake and Emma’s, that’s a little too much. Also, when the trash turns out to be a dead body, Jake and Emma start looking around and they really stir things up. I enjoyed meeting the characters in this first book and could hardly wait to start the second book.

    Frances L. Ehrig
    Snow CountryI must admit" that the title puzzles me. It doesn't seem to refer to anything, but putting that aside, the story was pretty good. The characters pleasant, and the resolution surprising. I will look forward to another Jake and Emma mystery.

    Carolyn Taylor
    Good readGood plot, well written, believable people. I also liked the I interplay within the cats and dogs. I'm ready for me time with Jake and Emma.

    Suzanne Page
    great who-dunnit. I enjoyed it.

    It is no secret that I am a fan of Author Linda Crowder having read another series of hers. This is the first Jake and Emma book I have read. I liked the setting (Wyoming) and the mystery. Living in Minnesota I am used to snowstorms but I have never found a dead body in one and I can't imagine living in the mountains and driving those roads during a snowstorm. All those factors add to the mystery in this book. You feel the connection with the community which draws you into the mystery. These are [...]

    Michael Lynes
    "Too Cute to Kill" by Linda Crowder is a well written relatively short read. It slots nicely into the 'Amateur Detective' wing of the murder-mystery genre, and as I am an avid fan of this sort of tale I approached this work with high expectations.The story opens with a detailed depiction of the great state of Wyoming, beautifully described as only a true resident and a lover of the outdoor life might portray. Ms Crowder sets each scene meticulously, with minute details that bring the surrounds i [...]

    John Presler
    I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.Winters in Wyoming can be brutal with snowfall so dense you can't see a light 20 feet away. After one such storm just before Thanksgiving, Jake and Emma Rand find the body of a woman up against the fence of their property. The corpse turned out to be a realtor from another town and the cause of death was listed as a drug overdose. The autopsy does not say whether it was murder or an accidental overdose. With little evidence to [...]

    Robin Morgan
    What do you do when you find yourself in a painful relationship which is going nowhere? You leave it of course and hope to find someone who’d heal your broken heart.This is what Jake and Emma Rand did and they now share a sublime life together in the foothills of Casper Mountain, in Wyoming. However their serenity is broken the day when they discover a frozen woman’s body literally at their doorsteps.When their friend, the sheriff gets stymied during his investigation, the Rands decide to be [...]

    It definitely got more exciting at some point, but the first 50% of the book was just quite dull, unfortunately. There were a few too many mistakes (typos, missing words etc.) for my liking as well. This is no doubt in part due to the fact that the book is short, but the characters were not developed enough, they didn't really interest me. The whole thing needs more colour, more description more show and less tell. That being said, the story was coherent (if somewhat of a rushed ending - you don [...]

    I rarely read mysteries, but the intriguing title and cover piqued my interest. The two main characters, Jake and Emma, are very likeable, and although the beginning felt a little slow, by the time the body was found, I was hooked on the story and wanted to find out what happened (and how Jake and Emma become a part of the crime-solving process). There were many little twists and turns to keep the reader guessing, and the suspense keeps ratcheting tighter and tighter. It may be a convention of m [...]

    Emma and Jake Rand live in the country 10 miles outside of Casper Wyoming. Emma is a therapist and Jake a lawyer who works with kids. During a bad snow storm someone drops off a body of a woman on Emma and Jake's place, not far from the house. No one knows who this person is and Emma and Jake can't let it go. Once they find the identity of the person, they are confused as to why she was out and about in a snow storm without warm clothing. Then a second body is found at Fort Casper, where they ar [...]

    Emma and Jake are just enjoying a normal November afternoon walking their dogs when they discover a woman's body on their property. Then another body is found at the town's museum during a community Christmas event. I found this story to be somewhat slow-paced and told in a factual manner so that I never felt like I got to know the characters in any depth as they investigate. I did enjoy the interesting facts about life in Wyoming. The mystery was quite complex and not easily solved - there were [...]

    I was given this book free from the author to read and leave an honest review. I later purchased the book for myself. Emma is a therapist who moved to Casper when she married Jake, an attorney. When they found a body on their land, and no pat answers about how or why she died, they did a little investigating on their own, but came up with more questions. Linda Crowder writes a very, very nice mystery. I really enjoyed the background given of not only Emma and Jake, but of Wyoming and its' sites, [...]

    Christine Lee
    I received a digital copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. Too Cute To Kill by Linda Crowder is the first in the Jake and Emma Mysteries, and the first book of Linda Crowder's I've read. It will not be the last, the rest of the series is already on my TBR/Wish List.Emma is a big city girl who moved to rural Wyoming with her new husband Jake 10 years ago. Then, one snowy night just before Thanksgiving, they find a body dumped at their property line. They are sucked i [...]

    Enjoyable characters and storylineI enjoyed this book. I was a little hesitant to get it due to it being on the shorter side, but I had received a free copy of the second book in the series, so I figured if was worth a shot. I'm glad I gave it a chance! I enjoyed the setting most books I've seen that are set in Wyoming have to do with mail order brides (oddly enough). It was easy to get into the characters, who were genuinely nice people which if you've ever been to that part of the country, is [...]

    Benedict Martin
    I have to admit, I haven't read many mysteries, so I don't have much to compare it to. But I really enjoyed it. The character of Jake and Emma make a cute pair, working in tandem in such a way that they complement each other without being sappy or unrealistic. The description of the Wyoming winter was especially strong, essentially becoming another character in my mind. (Thank goodness for wood pellet stoves) And then of course you have the mystery behind the murders, and Linda Crowder does a gr [...]

    I received this book with the understanding I would provide a review.I enjoyed the book. The story telling and writing were both good and it was very readable. I was involved enough that sometimes I ould put the book down and have to take a minute to remember it wasn't winter in the real world. The book is a bit short compared to modern cozies which was kind of nice-it kept to the story.Due to a lack of characters the murderer was fairy easy to figure out. Which is fine when you just want to rel [...]

    Charline Bonham
    E-book from the author, no mention of review. Emma and Jake have lived in Wyoming about 10 years and it should be quiet and peaceful. Then someone leaves a body at the entrance of their drive. It isn't long until a 2nd body shows up in a more public place. Are they related? There does not appear to be a connection. Of course, Emma and Jake have to try and figure out what is behind these deaths so they get themselves in trouble. The perpetrator is not someone you would expect.By the time they sta [...]

    I was given a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.I really enjoyed this murder mystery. I felt that everything flowed nicely. The characters and setting were described nicely. I enjoyed reading it and couldn't put it down at times because it kept me interested in the outcome. This is the first book in this series and I am sure the others will be just as suspenseful.The only problem with this book are the grammar errors. There are several. It doesn't take away from the story but I [...]

    Deb McEwan
    I thoroughly enjoyed Too Cute to Kill. The characters were interesting and the way they were introduced by the author gave them an authenticity that is sometimes lacking in modern novels. The story gradually drew me in and I found myself reaching for my Kindle whenever I had a spare few minutes. The scenery descriptions were detailed enough to make me shiver (cold Wyoming winter), without boring me with unnecessary information.Linda Crowder kept me guessing right until the end when the story cam [...]

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