Dying for a Change

Dying for a Change Change can be exciting invigorating fun but murder is than Ellen McKenzie bargains for when she returns to her small hometown of Santa Louisa to start a new career and a new life

  • Title: Dying for a Change
  • Author: Kathleen Delaney
  • ISBN: 9781591292166
  • Page: 386
  • Format: Paperback
  • Change can be exciting, invigorating, fun, but murder is than Ellen McKenzie bargains for when she returns to her small hometown of Santa Louisa to start a new career and a new life.

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    • Kathleen Delaney

      Kathleen Delaney has recently moved from CA to S Carolina to write full time She found a wonderful old historic house with a wonderful wrap around porch, which both she and her dogs put to good use She will be on tour during August, Sept and October, signing her latest myster, And Murder For Dessert.

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    • "Dying for a Change" by Kathleen Delaney, will keep you turning the pages. Ellen McKenzie has moved back to her home town after going through a difficult divorce. She hopes that her return to Santa Louisa, the peaceful, small town where she grew up, will be the start of a new life for her. And it is, but not in any of the ways she could have predicted. Politics and murder have disrupted the town and Ellen, determined to find the killer, places her own life in jeopardy.


    • A quick little book, rather well plotted, about small town returns of childhood friends and how they get mixed up in a series of murders. The romance part is rather repetitious and drawn out, but the gossipy take on it is delicious. A lovely quick read for an afternoon between naps or on the beach.


    • Ellen is divorced and has moved back to her small home town. She is living in her parent's home since they have moved to Arizona. She is learning the real estate business. And slowly but surely she is making a new place for herself.Her first showing of a home is on a rainy and grey Sunday afternoon. As she goes through the house turning on lights to make it more welcoming, she discovers a dead man.The most interesting aspect of the investigation into the murder, the chief of police is an old and [...]


    • Change can be exciting, invigorating, fun, but murder is more than Ellen McKenzie bargains for when she returns to her small hometown of Santa Louisa to start a new career and a new life.Ellie discovers a body in a closet of the first house she shows as a realtor. She discovers a second body in the home of one of her colleagues from the realty office. The best part of her return to her home town - somewhere inland from CA's Central Coast - is reuniting with her childhood friend, Dan, who is the [...]


    • Cute book: A corpse in a closet spoils real estate broker Ellie McKenzie's first ever sale. The victim, Hank Sawyer, a local hot-shot contractor, wasn't known for his upstanding business practices. In fact, he'd been pushing forward a controversial land deal to build a discount store. Ellie had just moved back to her hometown and this wasn't the way she wanted to start her new career in real estate!


    • Ellen McKenzie returns to her childhood home town after divorcing her husband. She gets a job as the new real estate agent in town. At her first showing, she stumbles onto the dead body of the local developer. Dan, her childhood friend is now the police chief. A land deal, a suspicious partnership and small town gossip grape vine roots out the killer. It slows to a crawl for several chapters before getting back on track as Ellen slowly puts the pieces together.


    • I found this book very boring, so I was tempted half way through to stop reading. I continued reading. I could not relate to any of the characters. The main character, a realtor, was weak. The author made too much in the beginning of the book of a particular item which led me to believe who the killer was right away. A real spoiler right off.


    • Ellen returns to her home town with her divorce decree and her new real estate degree, only to find that the boy next door has also returned and is the chief of police. That comes in handy when she discovers a dead body in the first house she's showing. This book also introduces her aunt Mary, who has just started in a cozy series of her own. Not much "mystery" but a lot of atmosphere.


    • This book was entertaining and fun. Not too long, but lots of action and I didn't figure it out until about the last 10 pages. Maybe it's just me. Seems like I should have figured it out way before hand, but I'm glad I didn't.



    • I liked this cozy mystery featuring a realtor turned sleuth. Parts were a bit corny but it kept my interest. Of course, a romance was involved. Small town - happy ending. A good beach read.





    • Loved this mystery, Ellen finds more than she bargained for when she goes to show her first house to prospective clients, a dead body!


    • Par for the course murder mystery. A divorcee, a widower friend from childhood, and a couple of bodies. A light read, but without much substance.



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