[bksvol-discuss] Too Late for Angels--a "cozy" mystery

  • From: Grandma Cindy <popularplace@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: bksvol-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 27 Dec 2006 22:37:47 -0800 (PST)

I just finished reading Too Late for Angels (which I
thought had been validated and uploaded but I didn't
see it in the collection. Then I checked the download
list. Erin, Gustavo bumped it back to check on or fix
the copyright holder. Hopefully you still have your
validated copy and can download the one he kicked back
and re-upload your validated one with correct
copyright name (Mignon F. Ballard)in the copyright
holder space and the correct date (2005) in the space.

Anyway, I read the book because in supplying the
recipes and some missing lines I got interested in the
story. It's an enjoyable book, even though I guessed
the culprit--well, half the culprit sitution. The back
cover has reviews, and several of them refer to the
book as a "cozy" book, a phrase I never heard before.
I'm not sure why it's cozy, unless it's because it's
not terribly scary or because it deals with a group of
friends and a guardian angel. BTW, Erin, your long
synopsis, taken from whereever, actually describes the
first book in the series, not Too Late for Angels,
which is the fifth book, as you say in the short
synopsis. Perhaps before you re-upload the file youc
an rewrite the long synopsis. If you have the
hardbound, you can take it from the front cover flap.


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