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The Newspaper Code❮Reading❯ ➸ The Newspaper Code Author Lisa J. Lickel – Varanus.us The Newspaper Code is the third book of the Buried Treasure cozy mystery series Judy Wingate, a new mom, and her NOT BFF, nosy reporter Olivia Hargrove, team up in a testy relationship to solve the mu The Newspaper Code is the third book of the Buried Treasure cozy mystery series Judy Wingate, a new mom, and her NOT BFF, nosy reporter Olivia Hargrove, team up in a testy relationship to solve the murder of elderly civil servant Esme Espe who may have uncovered millions of dollars of missing city treasury money Old friends and new ones join the race to find the money before the murderer.

The Newspaper Code Epub ¿ The Newspaper  PDF/EPUB or
  • Paperback
  • 254 pages
  • The Newspaper Code
  • Lisa J. Lickel
  • English
  • 20 September 2018
  • 0985621516

    10 thoughts on “The Newspaper Code Epub ¿ The Newspaper PDF/EPUB or


  1. says:

    In her latest whodunnit, Lisa J Lickel has, once again, written an entertaining and intriguing cozy murder mystery This is the author s third book in the Buried Treasure Mystery series and it was every bit as fun as the first two The Last Bequest and The Map Quilt I especially love how Ms Lickel blends in history with these contemporary mysteries.She also has a recurring cast of amusing characters along with quirky newbies to bring added interest I found myself wanting to take a flash In her latest whodunnit, Lisa J Lickel has, once again, written an entertaining and intriguing cozy murder mystery This is the author s third book in the Buried Treasure Mystery series and it was every bit as fun as the first two The Last Bequest and The Map Quilt I especially love how Ms Lickel blends in history with these contemporary mysteries.She also has a recurring cast of amusing characters along with quirky newbies to bring added interest I found myself wanting to take a flashlight to bed and read late into the night, much like I did with Nancy Drew mysteries when I was a pre teen It s like Nancy Drew for grownups.This series of books is fun and intriguing and, try as I might, I never can figure out who the murderer is You ll want to read them yourself to try your own hand at unraveling the plot And you ll likely enjoy the process as well as the characters in these books.Now, to wait for Book 4


  2. says:

    A part of the Buried Treasure Series, in this book we join school teacher Judy Wingate settling into motherhood following the birth of her new baby When Esme an older lady who was a member of the local garden club turns up dead with a garden claw in the middle of her forehead at the base of a statue in the center of town, Judy is determined to find outWhat s the connection between the newspaper code, a code found in an aged newspaper stuffed into a vintage quilt, the empty closed off vau A part of the Buried Treasure Series, in this book we join school teacher Judy Wingate settling into motherhood following the birth of her new baby When Esme an older lady who was a member of the local garden club turns up dead with a garden claw in the middle of her forehead at the base of a statue in the center of town, Judy is determined to find outWhat s the connection between the newspaper code, a code found in an aged newspaper stuffed into a vintage quilt, the empty closed off vault below the town and the missing money from the town treasury that disappeared years before For the sake of convenience, Judy pairs up with Olivia, the Miss Lonely Hearts reporter of the local paper who could use a few lessons in grooming and who rubs Judy the wrong way I especially liked the character of Olivia who desperately wants to have Judy as a friend A good cozy mystery with a small town flavor I give it 4 out of 5 stars


  3. says:

    Lisa Lickel s The Newspaper Code makes for a great read if you enjoy your mysteries with a side of humor Her characters are a bit quirky and certainly bring a smile if not a laugh as you get to know them While the mystery who dun it keeps you page turning, the flavor of the little town of Robertsville adds color as you get to know Judy, Ardyth, Olivia and the others who make this a fun read Oh, and let us not forget the cats and their little secret


  4. says:

    Another great cozy mystery from Lisa J Nickel I enjoyed it as much as the first two.

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