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(Organized #4)

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Who knew camping could be so deadly…

A family outing in a national forest seemed like the best kind of R&R to Meg Berman. Even Kate McKenzie was convinced after learning a fully equipped cabin was part of the plan. When an afternoon scavenger hunt in the woods ends the day with a dead body, however, the natural beauty around them takes a decidedly sinister twist. Wors
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Kindle Edition, 125 pages
Published March 2nd 2018
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Dawn Holbrook
Mar 10, 2018 rated it it was amazing
I love Ritter Ames and read all her books. The latest in the Organized Mysteries didn't disappoint.

In this book, Kate McKenzie and her neighbor, Meg, had planned a simple weekend with their families at a cabin in Vermont. Unfortunately, murder seems to always pursue them! The unconventional organizing tips Mrs. Ames adds just makes the book even better!

The Bodies of Art Mysteries, written by Mrs. Ames, are wonderful as well.

I received a free copy of this book for an honest review.
Mary Brown
Mar 06, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Organized For S’more Death
Organized Mysteries, Book #4
Ritter Ames
5 Stars

Synopsis:

Who knew camping could be so deadly…
A family outing in a national forest seemed like the best kind of R&R to Meg Berman. Even Kate McKenzie was convinced after learning a fully equipped cabin was part of the plan. When a scavenger hunt in the woods turns up a dead body, however, the natural beauty around them takes a decidedly sinister twist. Worse, the police suspect one of them as the prime suspect. They not
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Brenda
Mar 07, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Book 4 in the Organized Mystery series is only 13 chapters but the tips are very enlightening and the camping friendly recipes look easy to make and good to eat.

The McKenzie & Berman families are finally taking a cottage/camping vacation weekend before school starts again. The most recent occupant of the rural Vermont cottage is Gil's workmate Paul Gaines, a mob crime reporter. When Kate & Meg find Paul dead, they quickly put bits and pieces together but not before the murdered confronts
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Sandy Bartles
Mar 03, 2018 rated it it was amazing
I always look forward to reading about Kate and Meg. They are professional organizers of anything and everything who always seem to come across a dead body. In this book, they and their families go camping for the weekend and Kate and Meg manage to find a body of someone they know. I love the helpful camping hints the author puts at the beginning of each chapter! I highly recommend this wonderful book!
Andrea Stoeckel
Mar 04, 2018 rated it it was amazing
“Keith chuckled softly and stopped her words with a kiss. When they broke, he said, “I know, Katie. You and Meg stumble into more trouble than any two women I’ve ever seen. We should have brought the cat so he could have gone with you”

Getting ready for another school year is hard enough; with 4 kids between them, Kate,Meg and their husbands decide the weekend before school starts that camping together might just get everyone prepared. Despite a night with a blowhard newsman, everyone seems to be
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Gale
Mar 10, 2018 rated it it was amazing
What a fun (fast for me) read! The story starts out with an old New England proverb, that I have heard most of my life, and then jumps right in to the story. This time, Kate and Meg are taking a little time off – a camping trip with the family that is a teeny bit out of Kate’s comfort zone. Never fear! Meg and Kate’s husband Keith are there to help her conquer her OCD fears/tendencies and get thru this with flying colors. I don’t want to tell you too much about the story but you KNOW these two f ...more
Linda
With back-to-school planning right around the corner, Katie and Meg and their family plan a weekend camping trip. But their plans go awry when the female duo stumble over yet another dead body. Fears of a mob hit cut short this otherwise enjoyable nature vacation. This story is filled with great hints for successful camping trips, reminiscent of girl scout (or boy scout) training, such as using crayons for temporary candles, or filling toilet paper tubes with dryer lint as a fire starter. I enjo ...more
Mari Hinton
May 04, 2018 rated it really liked it
Good

This is the first book by this author i have read. Enjoyed the book and the cast of characters. I enjoyed most the tips that were given in the star of each chapter. I know this is a series book that I read our of order. That was ok was able to follow along with the book.
Laura
Mar 05, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Love getting to spend time with Kate and Meg and the rest of the Berman and McKenzie families. This time, we get to tag along on a camping trip the families take in the summer in the beautiful montains, just before school begins again in the fall.

The families decide to vacation together for a long weekend as a last hurrah to summer vacation. They stay in a cabin that was being used by an associate of Meg's husband Gil and owned by Gil's editor. While there, the women discover the associate murde
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Suzie Johnson
Mar 06, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Camping fun and a murder mystery!

After a hectic weekend with our brands O was thrilled to sink into my chair with Ritter Ames' 'newest mystery . Kate and Meg ---talented organizers--- are on a family camping trip and still manage to come across a victim of foul play. The tips are genuinely interesting and helpful, but what keeps me returning to each new instalment are the characters and the plot twists. I recommend this to anyone who wants engaging characters who are people you could meet in you
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Jeanie Jackson
Mar 03, 2018 rated it it was amazing
LOVED it. The best part of any good book is spending time with the character, and Kate and Meg are two of my favorites. Their warmth, casual humor, and intelligence draw me as much as they would in real life. I also enjoy watching the interaction between the couples. Things aren't always smooth,especially for Meg and Gil, but they show that they still love each other.
I just went my first camping trip with them. It didn't turn out as planned when those murder magnets I adore found a body of a je
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Kelly Hobbs
Mar 03, 2018 rated it it was amazing
When a journalist friend of Meg's husband accidentally lets slip to the mob that he is staying at Meg's house, Kate, Meg, and their families decide to take a weekend off and go camping. During their first night there, Kate and Meg discover the murdered body of the journalist. Now, Kate and Meg must find the killer before the killer harms Meg's family.
This is a light and easy read. I enjoyed the helpful hints for camping and as an added bonus, there are two chapters of a new Cozy Mysteries seri
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Susan
Apr 23, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Kate and her friend Meg can't avoid murder, even on a short camping trip with their families. It seemed like the best time to get away from it all with school staring soon. Upon their arrival they decide to go into the woods on a scavenger hunt....but finding the corpse of somebody you know...not part of the plan. Paul, the corpse, was a crime reporter and that makes for a long list of possible suspects. Meg and Kate get down to serious investigation, something they are all too familiar with.
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Linda
Oct 08, 2018 rated it it was amazing
I loved reading more of Meg, Kate and their families---they are wonderful characters! As always, the organizing tips are interesting and clever. A simple camping trip becomes complicated when finding a dead body interrupts their family fun getaway at the cabin. The dialog between the friends and their family is so natural and normal--- which is why Kate and Meg appeal to me. A fun, fast read.
Karen
Mar 14, 2018 rated it really liked it
I would really like to give this 3 1/2 stars. The plot was interesting but there were several typos and I particularly found the constantly changing POV confusing. Most of the characters were well drawn so I rounded up to 4 stars.
Christine
Mar 10, 2018 rated it liked it
Kate and Meg think they will be enjoying a weekend camping with their families. Wrong. They find a body and they are determined to find the killer. Love the tips at the beginning of each chapter.
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Fun, quick read. Too short for much character or plot development but sometimes it's nice to have an entertaining quick read.
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Ritter Ames is the USA Today Bestselling author of the Organized Mysteries series and the Bodies of Art Mysteries series. When she's not writing or brainstorming new mysteries Ritter is usually trying to get her favorite yellow Lab to stay out of the pond, or keep her grouchy black cat from trying to give the dog away on Freecycle. Ritter would love to live on a boat and write from far flung locat ...more

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