Stay Tuned for Murder (A Talk Radio Mystery #3)
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Stay Tuned for Murder (A Talk Radio Mystery #3)

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Psychologist Maggie Walsh matches wits with a phony psychic who blows into town and starts holding seances. Does Madame Chantel really have the power to talk to the dead? Two beloved old ladies attend one of her "ghostly chats" and wind up murdered. Meanwhile, Cypress Grove is gearing up for a celebration; the mayor is about to unearth a time capsule dating back fifty year...more
ebook, 320 pages
Published January 4th 2011 by New American Library (first published November 23rd 2010)
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Sandra
I really enjoyed this book. It was just as good as Dead Air

The only thing I thought was a bit off was Chapter ten, it should not have cut at that paragraph given it was just a continuation of the conversation she had in the previous paragraph, it made no since to cut into a new chapter at that point. But that's nit picking.

Also, the relationship between Maggie and Rafe was insanely rushed, like Kennedy wanted to move their relationship along but only had literally the very last two lines to do...more
Martha Cheves
Stay Tuned for Murder – Review by Martha A. Cheves, Author of Stir, Laugh, Repeat

‘I ran down the list of suspects, feeling more frustrated by the moment. Chantel Carrington was the first name that leap into my mind. Why did I think of her as a suspect? I wrote down everything I knew about her. She was here in town under an alias, her background was murky, and somehow she’d made a name for herself in the motivational field. Could Mildred or Althea have suspected who she really was, or maybe they...more
Myhotstylist
3rd in series... MUCH better than the last one.

After reading (and really not liking) the 2nd book, Id thought id givin up on this series for good. However the author definiitely redeemed herself with this one.

We open this one with a BS psychic named Chantel who claimes she can talk to the dead ... (as a guest on Maggies talk show) Chantel seems to be taking over Maggies show, and after a seance, the local historian is found dead in her house.

Maggie is determined to pin this on Chantel and duri...more
Helen
Stay Tuned for Murder is the third in Mary Kennedy’s Talk Radio Mystery Series. I reviewed the first in the series, Dead Air. In Stay Tuned for Murder, Maggie Walsh is back as a radio talk show psychologist and determined amateur sleuth. This time she’s dealing with a pushy psychic, the opening of the town’s time capsule, and, of course, murder.

The first thing that draws you into this series is the characters. Maggie is believable – even her urge to put herself into the middle of investigations....more
Jeannie and Louis Rigod
The question given is "What did you think?" Well, the answer is, "I think this book was worth the wait, money, and reading time." My only complaint is now I must await the next book.

Cypress Grove, FL will never be the same after two murders, time capsules, historical buildings, development projects, and fortunes being made and lost. Oh, did I forget the Oracle?

WYME radio talk host, Maggie is left to try and solve the above mysteries and even her two 'insiders' the local PD detective, Rafe and a...more
Susan
Maggie is a psychologist turned radio talk show host in south Florida. This mystery involves a psychic who appears as a frequent quest on Maggie's show along with two murders in the small town of Cyprus Grove. The book started out well and I was on my way to giving it four stars, but then I lost interest. I think there were too many characters who were briefly introduced and seemed to be tangential to the story (the "ESL teacher" in particular). The whole build up for the revealing of the conten...more
Susan
Chantal, the new psychic in town, has slowly been edging in on Maggie's psychologically-based radio talk show. After the pushy psychic talks to her spirit guide at the Cypress Grove historical society and warns against evil in their midst, a quiet, inoffensive local person is murdered. The whole town is eager for the opening of a time capsule, which is rumored to contain some sensational information. I enjoy the series in general, but felt that the solution to these mysteries was below par.
Amelia-Irene
This is the third book in this series. For Maggie being a psychologist, she some times seems to need a knock on the head for observation of the people around her. The answer for the one murder was kind of obvious, but the second one was a bit of a stumper. See if you can figure them out
Mary Kennedy
Sep 04, 2010 Mary Kennedy rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition
This is Book 3 in my Penguin series,the Talk Radio Mysteries. It will hit the shelves (and everywhere!) next January (January 1, 2011)
Becky
better than book #2 in this series. I didn't Maggie in this one.
Nora-adrienne
Very cute story that will keep you guessing to the very end.
Deshay
Another series that gets noticeably better with each book.
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Mary Kennedy is a national best-selling novelist and a licensed psychologist on the east coast. She has written 37 young adult novels and has a new adult mystery series with Penguin, The Talk Radio Mysteries.The first title, DEATH IS BAD KARMA was released in January 2010, and the second release, REEL MURDER, is available now. She has spoken at over 100 schools, libraries and writers' conferences...more
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