50th out of 94 books — 14 voters
Nosy in Nebraska (Maxie Mouse Mystery Omnibus)
by Mary Connealy (Goodreads Author)
Maxie, the World's Largest (Stuffed) Field Mouse, must come through time and again to thwart the criminals in his peaceful-albeit mouse-obsessed-hometown of Melnik, Nebraska. Carrie Evans, hates mice and loves the big city, do why has she returned to her dinky hometown and taken up residence in an infested house? Museum curator Bonnie Simpson is attacked while at work in t...more
Paperback, 480 pages
Published June 1st 2009 by Barbour Books
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I LOVED the first story the best. it was VERY FUNNY!!!!! the second story was nifty and the last was pretty funny also....very interesting books to read and will have young people laughing for awhile... in one of the stories the girl in it didnt know the 911 number and also a girl in one of the stories was TERRIFIED of mice and always jumped into other peoples arms...didnt matter whose...as long as she got away from the mice... overall it was a FABULUS book!!!!
I picked this up at the local Good Will. I was itching for a mystery that sharply contrasted with the Stephen King horrors I had just finished. I would call these stories/books fluffer pieces. They aren't too substantial, but they are a little bit refreshing in their simplicity. I might recommend this to someone who just wants a little quick read with some downhome moments.
Absolutely the best cosy mysteries I've ever read! Crimes solved by "Maxie the Mouse" world's largest fieldmouse - who happens to be stuffed. Really, do I need to say more? Carrie and her screaming fear of mice gets the series going and it doesn't stop. Well, it does, but I wish it didn't :D
I wrote my first book when I was about twelve. A romance novel. I shudder to think what a twelve year old could know about romance. I have no idea what happened to the manuscript. I suppose my mother found it, and burned it while screaming in horror, but I’ve always been afraid to ask. Was it a hundred pages? Two? I have no idea, but I seem to remember just writing FOREVER! So I’m guessing two pag...moreMore about Mary Connealy...