Comic Sans Murder

Comic Sans Murder Clare Henry s snowy Star City Utah oasis turns deadly in the third Dangerous Type Mystery from the New York Times bestselling author of Bookman Dead Style and To Helvetica and Back SOMETHING S AFOOT

  • Title: Comic Sans Murder
  • Author: Paige Shelton
  • ISBN: 9780425277270
  • Page: 151
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Clare Henry s snowy Star City, Utah, oasis turns deadly in the third Dangerous Type Mystery from the New York Times bestselling author of Bookman Dead Style and To Helvetica and Back SOMETHING S AFOOT The visit of quirky world famous horror author Nathan Grimes to Star City is especially thrilling for Clare Henry and her grandfather Chester As the owners of The ResClare Henry s snowy Star City, Utah, oasis turns deadly in the third Dangerous Type Mystery from the New York Times bestselling author of Bookman Dead Style and To Helvetica and Back SOMETHING S AFOOT The visit of quirky world famous horror author Nathan Grimes to Star City is especially thrilling for Clare Henry and her grandfather Chester As the owners of The Rescued Word, a charming boutique shop in town, Clare and Chester specialize in restoring old typewriters and repairing beloved books They ve invited Nathan to their shop to use their equipment for his next book.But all plans to work on the book take a step in the wrong direction when a tourist discovers an abandoned ski boot on the slopes and the only sign of the owner is the dismembered foot he left inside Nathan s writer s curiosity for all things horror is further piqued after the body of Clare s high school friend Lloyd Gavin is discovered sans one foot When all toes point to a class reunion gone wrong, Nathan can t help but join Clare and her best friend, police officer Jodie Wentworth, as they hurry to track down the killer before former classmates become Most Likely to Be Killed.

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    • Dollycas’s ThoughtsA gruesome discovery on the slopes, a visit to Star City by horror author Nathan Grimes, and the arrival of a unique gift from an old high school classmate have Clare and Jodie very busy in this Dangerous Type Mystery.The staff as the Rescued Word is joined by Nathan Grimes. He is using the shop’s Gutenberg press to publish a book of poetry, taking self-publishing to its limits by placing the type in the press himself. Clare, Chester, Marion, and Adal are all excited about [...]


    • Comic Sans Murder may lead you back to high school days. Good or bad as they may be. It proved correct to me. It could not have proven as tragic as Clare's. Proprietor of TheRescued Word, a typewriter repair shop.A fully developed and fascinating story,and people with secrets. An interesting, cannot put down mystery with a different kind of premise.I love typewriter's, being an writer. The vintage typewritter that Clare recieved intrigued me. Learning about fonts were a considerable asset to the [...]


    • I always know what I’m in for with a Paige Shelton book. A good time. But with COMIC SANS MURDER, I had a wonderful time!I’ve loved this series since the first book, TO HELVETICA AND BACK. I took to the characters right away, and it’s been so fun watching them develop and grow. A new character, Nathan Grimes is introduced in this book, and I sure hope we’ll be seeing more of him. The blub on the back of the book describes him as “quirky”. Oh my, he is that, a whole lot of fun, and mo [...]


    • I finished Comic Sans Murder last night at nine and boy did I enjoy it. Like in life a good book should be measured by the times it takes your breath away. This one did and I loved it. I did not want to rush a single word and this was a great slightly more suspenseful cozy and written beautifully by Paige Shelton. This is a great read and a wonderful series. I cannot believe this is book 3, this reads like as series that should run for a long time!


    • Comic Sans Murder by Paige Shelton was a swiftly paced cozy that hooked me from the first page. Ms. Shelton's characters in this series are growing as this series continues and I enjoy spending time with them. Clare and Seth's romance is sweet and funny and they often give me the giggles during their conversations because they are so well matched in intelligence and personalities. The mystery had a few twists but only 4 suspects but I still never guessed who the killer was until the reveal. I en [...]


    • COMIC SANS MURDER by Paige Shelton, the third book in her Dangerous Type Mystery series starts out with a bang. The opening scene grabs your attention, putting your senses on high alert and then Ms. Shelton delivers a thrilling read! She expertly melds together a famous horror author, valuable antique typewriters, a reclusive wealthy business man, and a ski-boot clad foot missing its body. This eclectic combination is set against the backdrop of Star City, Utah during ski season. The author sets [...]


    • Clare and her father Chester have a small book and typewriter repair shop and are thrilled when horror author comes to visit. Clare plans to help the author with his new book, until she finds one boot on the ski slopes with a foot in it. Then Clare’s friend is found dead missing one foot. They are afraid that a class reunion has gone bad. This book is better than the first book in the series.


    • openbooksociety/article/coComic Sans MurderA Dangerous Type Mystery, Book #3By Paige SheltonISBN 9780425277270Author’s website: paigesheltonBrought to you by OBS Reviewer JeanieSynopsis:Clare Henry’s snowy Star City, Utah, oasis turns deadly in the third Dangerous Type Mystery from the New York Times bestselling author of Bookman Dead Style and To Helvetica and BackMETHING’S AFOOT….The visit of quirky world-famous horror author Nathan Grimes to Star City is especially thrilling for Clare [...]


    • I love this series! I love these characters! There is such great dynamic between them all, even without the mystery. Paige's ability to keep it all rolling - the side stories, the murder(s), the mystery - is perfection! I loved how this story brought back Clare and Jodie's high school days and things from the past. Some people change; and some people never change. I really look forward to more adventures in Star City. Maybe something more about Clare and her family, if her parents come back to t [...]


    • Another winner in this fun series! I look forward to the next book, and if you haven't tried the series yet, this is only the third book. Plenty of time to dive in!


    • A thoroughly enchanting installment in the Dangerous Type Mystery Series by author Paige Shelton, Comic Sans Murder brings a high school reunion to Star City, and with it the murder of one of our heroine's (Clare Henry) old friends. Lloyd Gavin's dismembered foot (really, this is a cozy and it's not as gruesome as it sounds so don't worry!!!) is found on a ski slope, and it's soon discovered that he was one of a handful of Clare's former classmates who'd been invited back to town for a secret me [...]


    • Clare works with her grandfather, repairing typewriters and doing other printing-related functions with the help of a German apprentice. Best-selling horror author Nathan wants to set the type himself for a volume of his poetry, which is a change of pace for them all. When a boot is found with a foot in it, Clare is shocked to learn that the police have also found a body without a foot--and the body is a friend from junior high, who left their small tourist town years ago to find success in busi [...]


    • Wasn't sure if I would like this when I started. After I got to'know' the characters, I really enjoyed the story. Looking forward to more.


    • Comic Sans Murder is the third book in the A Dangerous Type Mystery series.Another enjoyable visit to Star City, UT and all the snowy activities they have.Clare’s niece, Marion, while out snowboarding notices a skier off to the side of the run and stop to see if needs help. He appears not to be hurt too badly but is shaken up by the fact that he has found a ski boot with a foot still in it. Meanwhile, a young man is attempting to deliver three Hoovens, an early typewriter/computer, which are v [...]


    • An enjoyable cozy that has nice little tidbits about typewriters, fonts, and printing. The characters are likable and the mystery is always fun to solve.


    • I am a huge fan of Paige Shelton and love how she always delivers a great mystery! She's published over a dozen books and this is definitely one of my favorites. I love the ski town of Star City, Utah, and the fabulous cast of characters that inhabit this special place. Clare Henry and her grandfather run The Rescued Word where they restore typewriters, run a replica of a Gutttenberg press, and sell stationery and writing stuff too. That alone is intriguing, but Clare also tends to try to help h [...]


    • I didn't think it was possible, but Clare is even worse in this book. Since when is it her place to go tell a possible suspect about a murder victim, instead of allowing the police to do it? And when called out on it, she just smiles and says "sorry if I did something wrong, but it's good information, right?" Um. No. The police could have gotten the same information or even MORE if you didn't blunder into it. Then you've got Lloyd, who is the best friend of Clare through Jr HS, until she meets J [...]


    • I knew this would be one of my favorite series from the first novel, and that still holds true. Comic Sans Murder can be read as a standalone, but I personally don't want to miss any of them. The characters, the almost one-of-a-kind typewriters, and the mystery all make for a fabulous read.Chester, Clare's grandfather, had begun The Rescued Word. He built a replica of the Gutenberg press, which is still used for printing and repairs. It also serves as a top-notch typewriter repair shop and stati [...]


    • This is an excellently crafted mystery and has one of the most creative starts: a foot, complete with sock, is found in a ski boot on a ski slope. Who is it and where is the rest of the victim? While cozy mysteries are known for having the blood and gore of a murder take place off site, this discovery adds a whole new meaning to that understanding.Though the main culprit was fairly obvious early on, the reason for the murder(s) was not. Plus there were additional actions and characters, includin [...]


    • A skier’s discovery of a single boot on the slopes of Star City, Utah, brings Clare Henry’s best friend, police officer Jodie Wentworth, called in to investigate. The body is found and his identity discovered: Lloyd Gavin, who went to high school with Clare and Jodie. Lloyd was extremely shy and Clare was his only close friend. That friendship might explain why Lloyd, now a rich man, purchased three expensive Hooven typewriters and had them delivered to Clare’s shop. Clare is hesitant to a [...]


    • "Star City is known for its slopes and its powder. But nestled in the valley of this ski resort town is a side street full of shops that specialize in the simple charms of earlier eras. One of those shops is the Rescued Word, where Chester Henry and his adult granddaughter Clare lovingly repair old typewriters and restore old books. Who ever thought their quaint store would hold the key to some modern-day trouble?" (taken from back cover of To Helvetica and Back)Comic Sans Murder is the third in [...]


    • This series caught my eye because I am an admitted collector of fonts. So to find a cozy series that is themed around them was a nice surprise. Paige Shelton brings the reader back to Star City, UT in the 3rd installment of her Dangerous Type cozy mystery series. This book can be read as a stand-alone. The author catches the reader up on any pertinent information from previous books, thankfully without going into lengthy reviews of the past. In this book, Clare Henry and the rest of the Rescued [...]


    • I enjoy Paige Shelton's books and this one was no exception. Is it my favorite of her many series? No, but it has earned it's place on my list of series that I read. This series has a great cast of characters. The typewriter references, while interesting, feel a little to out of date to me. I have to wonder if a shop like this would really stand a chance of surviving in this day and age, especially in a tourist town. I felt that the mystery in this book did not provide a whole lot of suspense an [...]


    • I love this series and this one didn't disappoint. I'd give it 4.5 if I could. I adore Clare and her grandfather, Chester, and their shop, The Rescued Word. I love the idea that there are still places and people around that love words and typewriters and all related things. I can relate to the joy Clare derives from the shop--I would too! I think Shelton does a good job of developing unique mysteries within each story. I like that Clare doesn't really try to solve each mystery on her own, but th [...]


    • This third novel in the series exceeded by expectations. There was murder, high school memories, romance blossoming, and good dialog. Oh, and Clare solves the crime and wins the day!Clare Henry, who works with her Grandfather in a Typewriter restoration and sales business, is shocked when she learns a high school beau has been murdered. She is further shocked when she learns in the eyes of the beau the love-light never dimmed. In fact he was aware of her current boyfriend and Clare hadn't seen h [...]


    • "Comic Sans Murder" is a cozy mystery. This is the third book in the series. You don't need to read the previous books to understand this one, and this one didn't spoil the whodunit of the previous mysteries.The mystery was clue-based. A critical clue was known by Clare before the big reveal, but the reader is left in the dark about what it is. Still, I was fairly certain of whodunit even before then, so whodunit is guessable. Clare illegally entered a building twice because she was too impatien [...]


    • #3 in the Dangerous Type mystery series. A quick read with enjoyable characters and setting. However, this time around the story is missing Clare's book repair and Seth's geology trivia, both of which added to the series' atmosphere. Too much time was spent on Clare's high school relationships in what turns out to be a weak plot.As the owners of The Rescued Word, Clare and Chester specialize in restoring old typewriters and repairing beloved books. They've invited horror writer Nathan to their s [...]


    • Pamela GassawayComic Sans Murder, the third book in The Dangerous Type Mystery series by Paige Shelton, is a fun cozy read. As Clare Henry, co-owner of The Rescued Word, navigates the world of rare typewriters and restored books she is faced with memories of high school. With her best friend, police officer Jodie Wentworth, Clare must track down the killer of an old classmate before another shows up sans life. Subplots move the story along and add to the mystery. A cliffhanger makes me hopeful t [...]


    • Cheesecake, typewriters, and mysterywhat more could you ask for? I loved this book! I was captivated all the way through and had a hard time putting it down when real life beckoned. I adore all of the descriptions of what makes each of the typewriters unique as well as all the different fonts. Reading this book is as good as running away to Star City myself and getting to enjoy the snow, food, but the mystery is what keeps you hooked. Clare is as always witty and clever. She is a great lead and [...]


    • I enjoyed reading Paige Shelton's cozy mystery, Comic Sans Murder, because it had a great "flow"! It was easy to get caught up in what was going on with Clare and Henry at The Rescued Word in Utah. The secondary characters, especially Jodie Wentworth, were good additions to the story. This installment of the Dangerous Type Mysteries, was fun because Clare and Jodie had to recall their high school days while trying to solve the murder of classmate, Lloyd Gavin. I am curious to find out if Creight [...]


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