Death Comes eCalling - Leslie O'Kane

Death Comes eCalling

Artist Leslie O'Kane

  • Release Date: 2013-11-15
  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 136 Ratings

Description

Meet Molly Masters, a zany mother and accidental sleuth who owns a one-woman business that creates humorous eCards. After a twenty-year absence, Molly has relocated her family to her childhood home in a suburb of Albany, NY, only to have her husband's reassignment abruptly changed to overseas.

Molly's least-favorite high school teacher dies on the very same day that Molly receives both a letter from that teacher and an anonymous email that threatens Molly's life. All too soon, Molly finds herself knee deep in gossip...and murder.

Reviews

  • Death Comes eCalling

    3
    By LC in KC
    This book was enjoyable enough to read, with a couple laugh out loud moments, but at times it felt like the author was trying a little too hard with the humor. The main character's efforts to solve the mystery also seemed unrealistic. I enjoyed the main character's ecards.
  • Death Comes eCalling

    5
    By Susal55
    Good book! Interesting characters you come to know. Fast paced story. Enough detail to make it easily pictured, but, not too much to bore a reader. Will definitely recommend to friends!
  • Good book, read it in one sit.

    5
    By Vtv227
    Very entertaining, and quite funny too. I enjoyed it very much.
  • Death Comes eCalling

    3
    By Tenderloin56
    Pleasant, light-hearted, nice story.
  • Molly Masters Memorable Mystery

    5
    By GretnaG
    I find it difficult to locate books with dry witty humor, with a good story as well as an interesting mystery. Leslie O'Kane's sense of humor is caustic with her e-cards and fax cover sheets. But sometimes life gets in the way when you try to escape into a novel, you have to put the iBook down and come back later. This was one book I had no trouble remembering the characters; their personalities and descriptions were so well drawn I visualized them immediately. I was very happy to see that even though I thought I knew who the guilty party was, the author kept me guessing enough that I wasn't upset when the person turned out to be the killer. And the story didn't end abruptly just because the killer was caught. Loose ends were tied up and hope for the characters futures were sustained. Thank you for keeping me interested and I look forward to more entertaining iBooks in my future.
  • I so enjoyed this book.

    5
    By Carollline.
    This book was one of the more enjoyable books that I have read. I like the setting in the homey type neighborhood. Your characters were believable and natural. Thank you for the fun. Selma Kahl from Perry Hall Md.
  • Death comes eCalling

    4
    By Grammy 63
    Enjoyed this book very much. It really kept me guessing in terms of "who dun it" up to the very end. The characters were well developed. Sometimes it's nice to read a murder mystery that doesn't have a psychopathic, monstrous, sadistic, diabolical killer but just a bad guy ( or gal as the case may be ).
  • Death Comes eCalling. Leslie o'Kane

    5
    By Misadventurer01
    Very engaging mystery with quite likable characters. I will read more without hesitation.
  • Death Comes eCalling

    5
    By FITZBIBB
    Loved the book. You could tell it was written by a great mother. The killer was a surprise.
  • Decent enough

    3
    By Mom2cne
    The plot and pacing of this book was good. The ending wasn't much of a surprise for anyone who reads mysteries, but it was a fun book, in any case. The problem I had was an issue of mechanics of writing. There were several errors in both punctuation and spelling that distracted me from the story.

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