Poison at the PTA

Poison at the PTA As the Tarver Elementary School PTA president Beth Kennedy is always on the go especially when someone puts murder on the agenda Beth has been running nonstop to be the best PTA president bookstore

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  • Title: Poison at the PTA
  • Author: Laura Alden
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 324
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • As the Tarver Elementary School PTA president, Beth Kennedy is always on the go especially when someone puts murder on the agenda Beth has been running nonstop to be the best PTA president, bookstore owner, and single parent ever, which is why her friend Marina is staging an intervention Beth needs to take a break and that means letting someone else organize the PTA s upAs the Tarver Elementary School PTA president, Beth Kennedy is always on the go especially when someone puts murder on the agenda Beth has been running nonstop to be the best PTA president, bookstore owner, and single parent ever, which is why her friend Marina is staging an intervention Beth needs to take a break and that means letting someone else organize the PTA s upcoming eightieth anniversary event But when Cookie Van Doorne, one of the event speakers, dies of suspicious causes, Beth decides to make an intervention of her own to find out what happened When she discovers that Cookie was poisoned, the next order of business is catching a killer whose break is almost over.

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    1. Dollycas’s ThoughtsBeth finds it hard to say no to anything. Running her bookstore, being a single parent, and PTA president fills most of her time but now she has added organizing the anniversary event for the PTA. Her friends see she has taken on too much and stage an intervention. From taking over meals to organizing the PTA event, they are taking over to give her a much needed break. She has a hard time accepting it but finally agrees to their plans. She has a little extra time for herself [...]

    2. I enjoyed this one, but Beth kind of annoys me a bit. I believe this series is done with this one? I enjoyed the series a lot more than I do most of these cozy mysteries. I felt like the suspects were seriously weak in this one though. We don't even read about them actually entering the story until really late in the book. I didn't find the culprit to be believable at all and I honestly don't remember reading about the person until they confront Beth.

    3. Laura Alden brings readers the fifth book in her Beth Kennedy series featuring the mother of all school organizations the PTA. Poison at the PTA features the 80'th anniversary of the PTA and a murder, via Tylenol? Well maybe not exactly, but you get the idea. Alden has a way with characters that is rare in cozy fiction. She is able to make the reader see into the heart of her characters by showing them in their everyday life, at their best and worst. Readers who are looking for a book that celeb [...]

    4. Usually, I don’t get the chance to read more than one or two cozies in a series but this one is an exception. I have read all but one of this PTA series. Because of that reading about the same characters, Beth, the hardworking PTA president, single mom and owner of a children’s bookstore, Jenna, her daughter who is an ice hockey star and Oliver, her son who has a crush on the school’s new vice principal, it felt like old home week. They live in a Rynwood, Wisconsin and this story takes pla [...]

    5. Poison At The PTA is the fifth book in the PTA series.Beth has been going seven ways from Sunday. Being a single mother of two middle school children, running her children bookstore and trying to the best ever PTA president, her friends can see where it is taking its toll. Her BFF, Mariana along with some other close friends stage an intervention. For a few days are going fine, she feels more relaxed and has gotten to spend some quality time with her daughter and son.But then it is time for the [...]

    6. Not really my kind of cosy. The heroine seemed to be handed clues or stumble onto the right path. Won't go out of my way to read more.Since I don't normally write reviews unless I have something specific to say, here's the break down of how I rate my books1 star This book was bad, so bad I may have given up and skipped to the end. I will avoid this author like the plague in the future.2 stars This book was not very good, and I won't be reading any more from the author.3 stars This book was ok, b [...]

    7. This is the fifth book in the Beth Kennedy series which started with “Murder at the PTA.” In this cozy series, Beth Kennedy finds out that being the PTA secretary involves more than bake sales. Living in a small town in Wisconsin, caring for her two children after her divorce, and working for a bookstore isn’t nearly enough for Beth who gets talked into helping with the PTA and any numerous murders that occur along the way. Laura Alden was nominated for an Agatha Award for her first novel [...]

    8. Bookdealer Beth Kennedy has plenty to do, with her store, her two children, and the PTA presidency. Maybe that's why her friends have staged an intervention, persuading her to relax a bit more. But their work comes undone when Beth gives a local bank teller a ride home from a meeting. Soon, the teller, Cookie, is in the hospital. When she dies, the police chief tells Beth that Cookie was poisoned. A letter from Cookie begs Beth to find her murderer. To make things even worse, Beth's best friend [...]

    9. This was the first one I read in the series, gotten from a free cart at the library. I got the rest of the series from the library and re-read them in order. I like them, but I have a huge problem with series that have continuity problems. For 4 books, Beth's brother is named Tim - all of a sudden, he's Bill. WTH? I like the characters. I like Beth & Pete and the kiddos. And I'll probably at least try the 6th book if/when there is one, but the continuity errors bother the heck outta me. Outs [...]

    10. Enjoyable series about a divorced bookstore owner with 2 children who keeps stumbling over bodies in her small town. In this installment, the town busybody, who meeted out her own peculiar form of justice dies and sends our heroine a mysterious letter asking for vengeance and a box of clues from beyond the grave. I enjoyed the main character, her lover and best friend, as well as her female best friend and the strains of that relationship.

    11. Another great effort by Laura Alden! I enjoy these books because the characters are like people I know, not caricatures of real people. As a fan of the series, I particularly liked the development of different relationships in this installment, as well as the "aging" of the children and the kinds of things that kids that age go through. Well done!

    12. I think this was my least favorite of all the PTA series. It was a fast and light read. It was lacking something though, I can't put my finger on what it was really, but I just couldn't get into the plotline. 3Stars

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