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by Willard Scott


In the second mystery of their new series, celebrity weatherman Willard Scott and noted mystery-writer Bill Crider place retired weatherman Stanley Waters in jeopardy again

In the second mystery of their new series, celebrity weatherman Willard Scott and noted mystery-writer Bill Crider place retired weatherman Stanley Waters in jeopardy again. The residents of tiny Higgins, Virginia, are restaging the Civil War skirmish that put their town on the map, and Stanley, owner of the local Bed and Breakfast is determined to assist. Although none of In the second mystery of their new series, celebrity weatherman Willard Scott and noted mystery-writer Bill Crider place retired weatherman Stanley Waters in jeopardy again.

In the second mystery of their new series, celebrity weatherman Willard Scott and noted mystery-writer Bill . Now I am enjoying him as an author

In the second mystery of their new series, celebrity weatherman Willard Scott and noted mystery-writer Bill Crider place retired weatherman Stanley Waters i. .Now I am enjoying him as an author. Murder in the Mist is a great book to read that doesn't take forever and you want to finish it to find out "who done it". I thoroughly enjoyed it and can hardly wait to read Murder Under Blue Skies. A warm and thoroughly enjoyable look into small town hijinks. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 19 years ago. I really enjoyed reading this book. Stanley Waters makes for an interesting host of a B & B. It has all the charm and warmth of a small town.

Both Stanley Waters mysteries are fun, light reading MURDER IN THE MIST, the second Waters amateur sleuth tale, like its predecessor (see MURDER UNDER THE BLUE SKIES), is a charming American cozy that genre.

Both Stanley Waters mysteries are fun, light reading. Scott wrote both with Bill Crider a highly acclaimed writer of mysteries in his own right. MURDER IN THE MIST, the second Waters amateur sleuth tale, like its predecessor (see MURDER UNDER THE BLUE SKIES), is a charming American cozy that genre fans will relish. The story line is fun as small town Virginia seems to come alive on these pages. Stanley is a great character, who cannot resist a camera even if it means placing his life on the line. The support cast brings plenty of Southern hospitality to the novel.

The Stanley Waters Mystery Series features a retired, d weatherman who, after becoming a widower, opens a Bed & Breakfast in the Virginia town he grew up in. I am truly enjoying the first book in the series

The Stanley Waters Mystery Series features a retired, d weatherman who, after becoming a widower, opens a Bed & Breakfast in the Virginia town he grew up in. I am truly enjoying the first book in the series. As I sit here typing this entry, I am mentally going through some of the characteristics of a Cozy Mystery, and this book has several: It has characters who I really enjoy spending time with and takes place in a town where everybody seems to know each other.

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Still Waters" is the eighth episode of the first season of the Murdoch Mysteries and the eighth episode of the series. It first aired on March 9, 2008

Still Waters" is the eighth episode of the first season of the Murdoch Mysteries and the eighth episode of the series. It first aired on March 9, 2008. Richard Hartley, a member of the men's eight rowing team at the prestigious, and snobbish, King's Rowing Club is found dead. Hartley was a newly appointed member of the team, having displaced Horace Briggs, a blue collar, working man looked down upon by the others for his lower class

Assisting in a reenactment of a Civil War battle, bed-and-breakfast owner Stanley Waters finds himself on the case when the mock skirmish results in the death of a local businessman
Qulcelat
fun read
Meri
I only wish he'd write more books!!
zzzachibis
THE COPS ARE PORTRAYED AS USELESS. THE INN OWNER BELIEVES HE IS THE ONLY SMART PERSON AROUND.A WASTE OF TIME READING IT
Braendo
Great story.
Balladolbine
I loved this book. I had read the first one by Willard Scott and had to have this one. Great read. It goes so fast that you don't want to put it down.
Tebei
Though he misses the limelight after spending two decades on national TV, retired meteorologist Stanley Walters enjoys operating the Blue Skies bed and breakfast in his hometown of Higgins, Virginia. Stanley looks forward to the upcoming Civil War reenactment, as he will serve as a rebel soldier.
The rehearsal turns deadly when someone fires a live weapon in the vicinity of Stanley, who is wounded while another person is killed. Obviously someone wanted to commit murder, leaving Stanley to wonder if he might have been the prime target. Warned off by his lover, police chief Marilyn Tunney, yet unable to leave well enough alone, Stanley begins his own investigation.
MURDER IN THE MIST, the second Waters amateur sleuth tale, like its predecessor (see MURDER UNDER THE BLUE SKIES), is a charming American cozy that genre fans will relish. The story line is fun as small town Virginia seems to come alive on these pages. Stanley is a great character, who cannot resist a camera even if it means placing his life on the line. The support cast brings plenty of Southern hospitality to the novel. The writing duo of Willard Scott and Bill Crider demonstrate the ability to provide sunshine to the audience.

Harriet Klausner
BOND
Stanley Waters, former weatherman for a popular network morning show, still has a passion for appearing in front of the cameras. He has a new found love, amateur sleuth. In this new novel by NBC TV personality Willard Scott we find bed and breakfast owner Waters in the thick of an investigation, again. When local businessman Rance Wofford is fatally wounded in a Civil War reenactment. Stanley is also wounded; and there's speculation that Stanley might have been the real target and not Wofford.
The Higgins, VA folk are in this novel. "Murder in the Mist," as they were in "Murder Under Blue Skies." The romantic interests between Stanley and his high school sweetheart, now chief of police, Marilyn Tunney intensifies. Both Stanley Waters mysteries are fun, light reading. Scott wrote both with Bill Crider a highly acclaimed writer of mysteries in his own right.
The premise of a murder at a reenactment has much potential. Unfortunately, no interesting scenarios or characters exploiting this premise are presented in this book. Nor will you learn anything at all about reenacting or the War Between the States. Neither author could have possibly researched the book by attending an actual reenactment as either a spectator or a participant.
While nothing in this book is offensive (the reason I gave it 2 stars), this is extremely light, non-engaging reading. In fact, is seems to be written for young readers rather than adult mystery readers. One author would surely be better than the "as told to" collaboration attempted here.
Murder in the Mist (Stanley Waters Mysteries) ebook
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Willard Scott
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