Tuesday, October 02, 2012

Teaser Tuesdays: Mrs. Malory and No Cure For Death

This week my teaser lines come from one of Hazel Holt's Mrs. Malory mysteries, No Cure For Death. I really love this series of cozies, and I'm trying to finish it up this year.  Don't know what I'll do with no more Mrs. Malories to read -- start over from the beginning, I guess!

Anyway, this snippet is from page 109 of the American paperback edition:
Was John Morrison a good man? I wondered as I made myself a cup of tea when I got home. He was brilliant -- everyone agreed about that -- but good?... I wished I'd known him, properly as a person, not just casually as a doctor, so that I could know what he was really like and understand why someone hated him enough to kill him.
I know that sounds like a bit of a spoiler, but (as in all the Mrs. Malory tales) we know pretty much from the beginning who the victim is going to be. And all the violence happens off-stage in these books, which is one of the things I love about them.

Teaser Tuesdays is hosted by mizB at Should Be Reading. If you'd like to read more teasers, or take part yourself, just head on over to her blog.

And please feel free to leave me a link to your Teaser Tuesday post in your comment here.


  1. I like it! Now I want to read this one...thanks for sharing.

  2. Hmmmm, there is a difference between being good and having a brilliant mind. Thought provoking.

  3. I've only read one of this series, but enjoyed it. Good teaser, by the way, there is a definite difference between "brilliant" and "good."


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