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Murder, She Wrote: Hook, Line, and Murder

Murder She Wrote Hook Line and Murder The USA Today bestselling Murder She Wrote mystery series continues as Jessica Fletcher takes a relaxing getaway that turns into a reel deadly situation Jessica enters a fly fishing competition at a

  • Title: Murder, She Wrote: Hook, Line, and Murder
  • Author: Jessica Fletcher Donald Bain Renée Paley-Bain
  • ISBN: 9780451477842
  • Page: 478
  • Format: Paperback
  • The USA Today bestselling Murder, She Wrote mystery series continues as Jessica Fletcher takes a relaxing getaway that turns into a reel deadly situation Jessica enters a fly fishing competition at a nearby lake Joining her is the sheriff s wife, Maureen Metzger, who surprises Jess with her enthusiasm for the sport Their guide, however, is a surprise to both BriThe USA Today bestselling Murder, She Wrote mystery series continues as Jessica Fletcher takes a relaxing getaway that turns into a reel deadly situation Jessica enters a fly fishing competition at a nearby lake Joining her is the sheriff s wife, Maureen Metzger, who surprises Jess with her enthusiasm for the sport Their guide, however, is a surprise to both Brian Kinney is an ex con Jailed as an accomplice to convicted killer Darryl Jepson, Brian was later exonerated, but not before spending seven years behind bars He seems like a decent enough fellow Just someone trying to rebuild his life as a family man and fishing guide Yet when Jepson breaks out of prison vowing revenge, and the lawyer for both men is found murdered, Cabot Cove becomes the focus of the nation as local, state, and federal authorities descend on Jessica s hometown And to add to the tension, Maureen has gone missing Is she lost or is she a hostage Jess soon finds herself caught in a net full of lies, deceit, and ulterior motives In order to save her friend, she ll need to find some answers by hook or by crook

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    1. Jessica Fletcher Donald Bain Renée Paley-Bain

      Librarian s note There is than one author in the database with this name.Jessica Fletcher born Jessica Beatrice MacGill, and writes under the initialed J.B Fletcher is a fictional character from the US television series Murder, She Wrote.In keeping with the spirit of the TV show, a series of official original novels have been written by American ghostwriter Donald Bain and published by the New American Library The author credit for the novels is shared with the fictitious Jessica Fletcher When the first novel in the series, Gin and Daggers, was published in 1989 it included several inaccuracies to the TV series including Jessica driving a car which she could not do as she never learned to drive Due to fans pointing out the errors, the novel was republished in 2000 with most of the inaccuracies corrected.Source

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    1. Hook, Line and Murder by Jessica Fletcher and Donald Bain is a 2016 Berkley publication. A race against time setup, an emotional story of redemption and long overdue justice makes this a very compelling story. But, of course the tone, as always, stays on the lighter side, and I had to snicker at Jessica a few times when Maureen insisted on butting in.This story has a strong cast, smart dialogue, and moves at a pretty good clip, which made it hard to put down.Naturally, fans of the ‘cozy’ gen [...]


    2. Murder She Wrote: Hook, Line, And Sinker is the forty-sixth book in the Murder She Wrote series.This was another exciting visit with Jessica Fletcher, Dr. Seth Hazlitt, Sheriff Mort Metzger and his wife, Maureen.Even though there is an escaped convict, Darryl Jepson, who lived in Cabot Cove before being sentenced, reports have him near the Canadian border, So it is thought that the fly fishing derby can be held. So Jessica and Maureen pack their fishing gear and head for the cabin that Jessica h [...]


    3. Mystery writer and ameture sleuth, Jessica Fletcher is gone fishin' and wherever she goes murder seems to follow.Cabot Coves annual Derby Days is a flying fish competition. Jessica is spending a weeks vacation in a cabin alone in the woods at Moon Lake, looking for some solitude for reading and fishing in the competition. Jessica ends up spending the weekend of the derby with the sheriff's wife Maureen to fish together in the competition to teach her how to fish with a guide who is a ex-con who [...]



    4. Jessica Fletcher enters a fly-fishing competition in the latest "Murder She Wrote" mystery, “Hook, Line and Murder.”The Annual Cabot Cove Derby Days arrive in Maine and mystery writer Jessica Fletcher joins the festivities while renting a cabin on Moon Lake with Maureen, Sheriff Mort Metzger’s wife. Looking forward for a few days of R-and-R, and catching the largest fish, Jessica packs a bag and heads to the cabin with her friend.Along for the trip is fishing guide and ex-con Brian Kinney. [...]



    5. Great plot, escaped prisoners, the sheriff's wife kidnapped, and the fact that book was broken into parts really added a layer to it. I enjoyed it immensely.


    6. openbooksociety/article/muMurder She Wrote: Hook, Line and MurderMurder She Wrote, Book #46By: Donald Bain, Renee Paley-Bain, Jessica FletcherISBN 9780451477835Author’s website: donaldbainSynopsis:The USA Today bestselling Murder, She Wrote mystery series continues as Jessica Fletcher takes a relaxing getaway that turns into a reel deadly situation…Jessica enters a fly fishing competition at a nearby lake. Joining her is the sheriff’s wife, Maureen Metzger, who surprises Jess with her enth [...]


    7. A convict Darryl Jepson escapes from prison and heads home to Cabot Cove, Maine as the town prepares to celebrate the annual fly fishing contest. Jessica has rented a cabin for a week to fish and enjoy some down time as she is roped into inviting the sheriff's wife Maureen to learn to fish. Their fishing guide is Brian Kinney who was convicted in the same crime as Jepson but, after 7 years in prison, Brian was determined to be innocent and set free. After one day of fishing, Maureen goes missing [...]


    8. I can't remember when I was introduced to Murder, She Wrote. As a kid, I used to run around while my mom watched it in syndication. It was part of the background noise of my childhood. I had no idea that this was also a book series. Hook, Line, and Sinker the is 46th book in the series. So, not only did I come late to the party, I also jumped right in with book #46. image: 2.bp/-d2EMivmFJ-I started reading this book along the same time my daughter had a daycamp thing down by the lake. My husband [...]


    9. The 46th installment in the "Murder, She Wrote" series by Donald Bain & Renee Paley-Bain, "Hook, Line, and Murder" has Jessica Fletcher going to the annual fly fishing derby for Cabot Cove with sheriff Metzger's wife, Maureen as a companion. Upon the start of things, a local lawyers is found murdered & the guide that the 2 women have is an ex-con who the sheriff believes is still guilty despite evidence to the contrary. After the first day, Maureen gets severely sunburned & then turn [...]


    10. I use to watch this from time to time so I decided to try one of the books. To tell you the truth; it was so close to what I recalled of the television show that I had no problem at all picturing the characters & action!Jessica enters a local fly fishing contest; to her surprise, the Sheriff’s wife wrangles an invitation to spent the weekend with Jessica to fish in the competition.Their guide is an ex-con who was released from jail after being exonerated; but only after having spent 7 year [...]


    11. How galling must it be to share a writing credit with a fictional character?〰This is the 46th (!) Jessica Fletcher novel, based on a series that ended 21 (!) years ago.〰Jessica is taking part in the most boring sport of all time, fishing, and is reluctantly allowing Sheriff Metzger's wife Maureen (NOT ADELE) to tag along. Maureen (NOT ADELE) gets kidnapped by an escaped convict, Jessica interferes in the investigation, everybody's okay.〰I mean, spoiler alert, but this IS Murder, She Wrote. [...]


    12. Reading this was rather like putting on a pair of old, comfy slippers. I enjoyed the television series. I appreciate Jessica's intelligence, independence, and determination. The novel , I felt , was incredibly predictable.Jessica signs up for a fly fishing tournament to get off by herself. The good doctor decides that isn't safe, and pretty much forces a partner on her that believes she knows how to rough it because she was in Girl Scouts. Numerous complications arise, including escaped prisoner [...]


    13. This was a really great book with a interesting plot. I am very much looking forward to the next. Granted I have many to read in the series still. But they just keep getting better and better.








    14. When I want a fun light read, I can count on this book series to do just that. I'd recommend this series only if you enjoyed the old TV show :)


    15. This reads very much like the Murder, She Wrote sounds . The story is told from Jessica's point of view and includes all the Cabot Cove characters we have come to know.



    16. Jessica's idyllic trip to a cabin in the woods for a fishing expedition is met with a murder and only Jessica can solve it!


    17. as far as this series goes, this one was definitely one of the better readsa lot less unnecessary plodding, which was great, and overall a quick read with a mildly engaging mystery. per usual, these really are best for fans of the television show, even when that requires you to forgo certain original plot elements (like how a crime that was committed back when Mrs. Fletcher apparently was a teacher, or at least about a decade closer to when she was a teacher was also investigated by Mort Metzger [...]


    18. Awesome read. once i started it i couldnt put it down! kept the reader wanting more and wanting to knwo more about each character



    19. "Hook, Line and Murder" is a cozy mystery. This is the forty-sixth book in the series. You don't have to read the previous novels to understand this one, and this one doesn't spoil the whodunit of previous novels.This was more of a suspense novel than focused on following up clues to solve a mystery. Will they find Maureen alive? But Jessica did look into an older murder as it was connected to the current events. You can guess whodunit from the clues. I'm glad that Jessica was back "in character [...]


    20. One of the better books in this cozy mystery quick read series. Jessica Fletcher, staying in a friend's cabin while competing in a fishing contest, is joined by the sheriff's wife for the weekend. Things start going from bad to worse when the friend gets a severe sunburn during the morning spent out in the lake with their guide, and has to forego the afternoon's foray. When Jessica returns, the friend is missing. Additionally, a prisoner has escaped from jail, and is thought to be heading for Ca [...]


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