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Moving can be Murder (Baby Boomer Mystery, #2) explained Moving can be Murder (Baby Boomer Mystery, #2) , review Moving can be Murder (Baby Boomer Mystery, #2) , trailer Moving can be Murder (Baby Boomer Mystery, #2) , box office Moving can be Murder (Baby Boomer Mystery, #2) , analysis Moving can be Murder (Baby Boomer Mystery, #2) , Moving can be Murder (Baby Boomer Mystery, #2) 826e Empty Nester Carol Andrews Would Prefer Leaving Her Beautiful Antique Home In Fairport, Connecticut, Feet First To Selling It And Moving On But Her Beloved Husband Jim Convinces Her That A Nearby Active Adult Community Is The Best Fit For Them At This Time Of LifeTheir House Sells, And Carol Returns Alone The Night Beforre The Closing For A Pity Party Farewell Tour And Discovers The Dead Body Of The Buyer In Her Living Room Wow Talk About Seller S Remorse

  • Kindle Edition
  • 247 pages
  • Moving can be Murder (Baby Boomer Mystery, #2)
  • Susan Santangelo
  • English
  • 15 October 2019

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10 thoughts on “Moving can be Murder (Baby Boomer Mystery, #2)

  1. says:

    Jim and Carol live in one of the large, historic homes in Fairport, CT Carol loves the town, her friends, and especially the cosy home that they have created over the years Carol begins to worry, however, when she finds a retirement living magazine that Jim has left lying around She finds that he has made several appointments for them to tour some over 55 communities and she is not too happy When she starts to think about Jim s heart issues and snow shoveling etc she decides to give him the signed contract for the sale of their home The house is sold in one day to the daughter and son in law of a neighbor and things begine to get interesting as they move into a one bedroom apartment while waiting for their new home to be built The night before their closing, Carol goes to their home in the middle of the night to do a farewell tour of the house on her own since she can t sleep Saying goodbye, however, also involves tripping over a DEAD body This series by Santangelo is easy and fast to read and appeals to baby boomers who can relate only to well to issues she mentions in her stories All the lose ends are tied up at the end and the characters appear in multiple stories At the end of this book she has included recipes that have been used for Bunco parties and many of them look easy and quite tasty She has also included some questions to ask yourself and your spouse if you are contemplating selling the family home and moving onto something else I am certainly looking forward to reading others in the series and know that my friends would enjoy them, too.

  2. says:

    Jim wants to downsize into an active adult community, Carol not so much.When they sell their antique home put a deposit on a soon to be built house in Eden s Grove retirement community their house sells so fast they have to rent a tiny apartment.When Carol stumbles over a body during her late night final walk through her house the deal just might be off.Sister Rose of Carol s high school nightmares, makes her first appearance here as the head of Sally s Place, a support for abused women whose funding is aided by a used clothing store.With the wisdom of Lucy Ethel guiding Carol this entire series is beyond cozy.A great light reading experience.

  3. says:

    If I hadn t bought this book at the same time as I purchased book one in this series, I wouldn t have bothered reading it, but since I hate to give away books I haven t read, I slogged through this one It is slightly better than the first Jim, the so called Beloved Husband, is slightly supportive and affectionate, but still disapproves of almost everything Carol does, aside from whatever food she feeds him Her friends are less supportive and mostly critical Instead of having to wait for the book s halfway point to learn whether or not the dead guy was a victim of foul play, as in book one, we get to endure cutesy melodrama and trivial conversation until almost the end before we learn the cause of death SPOILER ALERT Even then it s clear, despite the book s title, that his death was unintentional I liked that the dogs played a larger role in Carol s everyday life and was relieved not to have the paw print illustrations, but found the chapter headings annoying and sometimes downright insulting.

  4. says:

    MovingI read the first book in the series and wasn t going to read any because the editing was so bad in the first book and while reading I was having to do corrections I decide to get this book to see if there were improvements and am I glad I did The editing job was much better and really enjoyed the book because I did not have to make any corrections while reading This book was really entertaining and informative especially with the information about domestic violence I would highly recommend this book and look forward to reading of this series.

  5. says:

    I enjoyed this book So glad I never had their problems when trying to sell a house Carol decides they have to move after her hubby has a small heart attack She doesn t want to move but loves her Beloved After they have an open house and buyer for the house, Carol goes back in the middle of the night for one last look to say goodbye to the house and finds a body After that things get crazy Carol with the help of her friends, figures out what happened but they have a heck of a time doing it I think you enjoy this one.

  6. says:

    It s a cozy murder mystery that also explores becoming empty nesters and or downsizing a home which involves saying goodbye to a house that you love There are even some tips about considering a move at the end of the fiction book As with most cozy mysteries, I do wonder how long the series can sustain itself when the amateur sleuth is investigating murders when she really has no reason to be around so many murdered people or have so many friends who are accused of murdering someone Though I do understand the desire to help friends and family who are wrongly accused.

  7. says:

    Moving Can Be MurderAnother delightful Baby Boomer mystery book Carol and Jim Andrews are baby boomers They have two children, both grown and out on their own, and a lovely, large Victorian home, which Carol loves dearly, while Jim not so much They finally decide to sell, and the body of the buyer shows up dead in the living room of the house How the issue is resolved is a delightful read.

  8. says:

    Is She Or Isn t She An entertaining and enjoyable read The heroine is a gracious and funny lady, always thinking of new scenarios to be proven or discounted Her beloved doesn t always appreciate her getting involved in besting the police but manages to help anyway A lively series with an endearing cast of characters.

  9. says:

    To move or not to moveHaving been in this position and living through the decision to downsize or not , made this book enjoyable to read Throw in a murder or was it and true friends and you have a really fun read with a surprise ending The only thing I didn t care for was the constant reference of My Beloved, a little annoying.

  10. says:

    Moving Can Be MurderThis is a really enjoyable book Carol can t help herself but to be involved in all that is going on Her friendship with Claire, Nancy, and Mary Alice has withstood time from high school on into their encroaching golden years I can t wait to start the next book in the series.

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