[Epub] ❤ Dig (Morgue Mama Mysteries) ➞ C.R. Corwin – Sigilo.us

[Epub] ❤ Dig (Morgue Mama Mysteries) ➞ C.R. Corwin – Sigilo.us
  • Hardcover
  • 250 pages
  • Dig (Morgue Mama Mysteries)
  • C.R. Corwin
  • English
  • 03 January 2018
  • 9781590582039

Dig (Morgue Mama Mysteries)Maddy Sprowls Gets To The Hannawa Herald Union Right At Nine She Makes Her First Mug Of Darjeeling Tea And Settles Down At Her Desk To Read The Obituaries The Obits Are The Best Part Of Her Day, She Admits But Not Today First She Reads That Her Old College Friend Gordon Sweet Is Dead Then She Learns He Was Murderedat The Abandoned Landfill Where The Eccentric Archaeology Professor Was Conducting His Latest Dig.And Just Like That, The Cranky 68 Year Old Newspaper Librarian Finds Herself Investigating Another Murder No, Two Murders Gordon S Death Just Might Be Linked To The Grisly Bludgeoning Of State Wrestling Champ David Delarosa Fifty Years Earlier.And So Begins A Harrowing, And Hilarious, Trek Back To Maddy S Old Beatnik Days, When She Was A Member Of The Meriwether Square Baked Bean Existentialist Society There S A Coffee House Full Of Quirky Suspects To Consider Poet Chick Glass, Saxophonist Shaka Bop, Free Thinking Effie Fredmansky, Snooty Gwen Moffitt Stumpf, And Toxic Waste Dumper Kenneth Kingzette, Just To Name A Few And, Oh Yes, The Legendary Beat Writer Jack Kerouac Figures Into This Satisfying Caper, Too.There S A Reason Why Reporters Call Maddy Morgue Mama Behind Her Back And Why Cops And Criminals Alike Get The Jitters When She Pulls Up In Her Old Dodge Shadow She Is Tough, Tenacious, And As Readers Of C.R Corwin S Morgue Mama The Cross Kisses Back Discovered, Tricky As The Dickens.

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10 thoughts on “Dig (Morgue Mama Mysteries)

  1. says:

    This was a fab one to read Much mellower than the first in the series I loved that one too Maddy Sprowls cracks me up She s in her 60s, does not take any crappe, especially at the newspaper where she runs the morgue or the place where past copies or articles are maintained She She runs into a murder that affects her past and present and she knows the cops are going to do little to investigate what she thinks needs investigating I like watching her mind work She s smart and can see things in a way that no one else does And since she s older, she can meander where others might be...

  2. says:

    Lots of beatnik allusions in this mystery wherein the college professor friend of a newspaper librarian is killed at the town dump where he is directing an archeology dig.

  3. says:

    Maddy Sprowls has worked for the Hannawa Herald Union newspaper for than 40 years in the morgue where she reigns over decades of old clippings Her job has earned her the nickname of the Morgue Mama Maddy is stunned when she learns that a dear friend from her college days, an archaeology professor named Gordon, has been found shot to death at the site of his latest dig the local city dump Her innate curiosity drives her to her own investigation into the murder which may be linked to another murder nearly 45 years earlier Maddy fears that it is entirely possible one of her college circle of friends might be the culprit and as Maddy gets closer and closer to the truth, she fears for her own life.This seems to be a fun little cozy mystery series but unfortunately this is the only one of the series my library has If I ever come across any of the others I would certainly give them a try Some of it...

  4. says:

    I was drawn to this book because it was about a former member of a Beat Generation group that was trying to link two murders that occured fifty years apart.First of all, although the author knew a lot of Beat Generation history, it was presented with an irreverence, in my opinion, as a passing fad, like the hula hoop, rounding off the edges of an important literary movement, missing the spirit of the whole post World War II scene.Then, I could not relate to the female senior citizen would be detective And the scenes with the dog she was pet sitting were obnoxiously saccharine to me.Even with these two strikes against the book, I had to finish it to see how the mystery would turn out.The result was alright and the guilty party was not whom I expected.This was not th...

  5. says:

    Maddy isin charge of the archives the morgue for the local newspaper When Maddy s college colleague, Gordon Sweet, is found murdered at a disused landfill, she can t help but follow up on her curiosity and concern With a pugnacity that gets on many people s nerves, Maddy finds connections and motives she wished could have been different.Maddy and the other characte...

  6. says:

    Newspaper librarian, referred to as Morgue Mama because she works in the paper s morgue is 60ish and investigating the murder of an old friend, shot dead at a landfill at which he was involved in an archaeological dig Morgue Mama gets in the way of ...

  7. says:

    Decently done who done it about a 60ish newspaper librarian whose job in the morgue of dead clippings is the source of her nickname who pokes around in her old friend s murder and helps the police uncover the real killer.

  8. says:

    this is the second book with the morgue mama character, but the first one i read i like her a lot and this book emphasized her college years old gang than the newsroom connection.

  9. says:

    Morgue Mama old woman who works at newspaper gets mixed up in murder that involves her old friends from the 50 s

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