Tagged for Murder (A Molly Doyle Mystery #2)
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Tagged for Murder (Molly Doyle #2)

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The second page-turning instalment in the acclaimed mystery series featuring striking, sarcastic antique dealer Molly Doyle, set in picturesque Carmel, California.

Molly Doyle crossed a continent to escape trouble, but it's becoming increasingly dangerous to be in the antique business in her small adopted corner of California. The murder of a friend and fellow antiques deal...more
Kindle Edition, 324 pages
Published (first published September 28th 2004)
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Snail in Danger (Sid) Nicolaides
Not bad. The characters from last time are back. Some of the background information from the last book is relevant, but you could read this book without it. The mystery feels a little more thin this time, though. And Emma, a 12 year old character who's introduced, is clearly meant to be wise beyond her years because of her terrible upbringing, but I think the extent of this strains belief. Especially when you combine it with her wishing that the hero and heroine would shack up already and be her...more
3.5 stars. I enjoyed this book, lots of quick, witty banter. This is the second book in the series and the first I have read so I was confused by some of the character relationships in the beginning. I liked the mystery and was thoroughly surprised at the ending.
This,is the second book in Molly Doyle series. Molly was an antique dealer in New York. In order to escape a major scandal created by her husband; she accepts an offer by a friend to manage an antique store in Carmel, CA. There she attracted to the new chief of police. This book her estranged sister appears with her daughter, Emma Leaving behind her sister disappear.
Molly must solved the murder of an antique dealer with out getting her sister in trouble.
There are four books in this series befor...more
❂ Jennifer (reviews on BookLikes)
I really like this series - it's an older one and sadly, no longer running, but the author does a wonderful job with sense of place - you can really picture Carmel - and the characters are all really well written, each with their own distinct personality. The plot for this particular book is a bit convoluted, and maybe a tiny bit complicated, but overall, it was a very enjoyable read.
Molly Doyle, antiques dealer in Carmel . Sister leaves niece with her. Older friend's "boy toy" is killer. Fake antiques are found.
This is the first Molly Doyle series with this cozy that deals with antique collecting. A delightful good mystery to read.
fun mystery - takes place in Carmel and is about the antiques business.
An enjoyable read. I love the fact it takes place in Carmel.
Joyce McKune
Only wish the books were longer.
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Elaine Flinn, a former Bay Area antiques dealer, created Molly Doyle, a Carmel, CA, antiques dealer in Dealing in Murder, her 2003 debut novel that was nominated for an Agatha, Gumshoe, Barry and Anthony (2003). Tagged for Murder (2004) won the Barry Award. Two more Molly Doyle novels--Deadly Collection and Deadly Vintage followed.

Flin was one of the founding members of Murderati. And, it was duri...more
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