Trouble at High Tide (Murder, She Wrote #37)
While on vacation in Bermuda, Jessica Fletcher is surprised to hear the local population is abuzz over a trio of murders, each bearing an eerie resemblance to the 1888 Jack the Ripper killings.
Jessica dismisses the panicked chatter as just that-until her friend Thomas Betterton's niece is found dead on the beach after a party. And when Scotland Yard Inspector George Suth...more
While in Bermuda for a much-needed visit with her friend, Thomas Betterton, a federal judge from New Jersey, Jessica Fletcher wants to enjoy some R & R, a quiet stroll on the famed pink beaches and ...more
Jessica, hoping to relax on the beach and do nothing more challenging than deciding what to eat and where to go shopping on the gorgeous tourist paradise, found herself once more embroiled in a messy murder when she stumbled across the dead body of ...more
In this story, Jessica takes advantage of an invitation to spend a week at an upscale cottage in Bermuda as a guest of her friend, Judge Betterton. Since it has been raining buckets all week at her home town, she packs her bags and takes off.
She meets an assortment of people at her vacation home. There is the Judge, of course, and assorted children of said judge, exes of said judge, and the apparent future ...more
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Even though there weren't too many suspects, Jessica had to work through all of the tension within the victim's family. It made for a good read.
This was the first Murder She Wrote book but it won't be the last. I really enjoyed the pacing of the bo ...more
By the end of the book everything is neatly tied up in a bow making it an easy read similar to watching an episode but perhaps taking longer than an episode.
Jessica is staying with Judge Betterton in Bermuda and there are Jack the Ripper type murders happening on the island. Was Alicia a victim of Jack or was it someone else?
This is the usual cozy murder mystery from Murder, She Wrote. A fun and easy read.
Jessica Fletcher (born Jessica Beatrice MacGill, and writes under the initialed J.B. Fletcher) is a fictional character from the US television series Murder, She Wrote.
In keeping with the spirit of the TV show, a series of official original novels have been written by American ghostwriter Donald Bain and publi ...more