Bagpipes, Brides and Homicides

Bagpipes, Brides and Homicides

Kaitlyn Dunnett / Aug 21, 2019

Bagpipes Brides and Homicides Dunnett returns to the small town of Moosetookalook Maine for the sixth Scottish themed Liss MacCrimmon mystery in which a historical re enactment takes a murderous turn

  • Title: Bagpipes, Brides and Homicides
  • Author: Kaitlyn Dunnett
  • ISBN: 9780758272652
  • Page: 262
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Dunnett returns to the small town of Moosetookalook, Maine for the sixth Scottish themed Liss MacCrimmon mystery, in which a historical re enactment takes a murderous turn.

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      • Kaitlyn Dunnett

        Kaitlyn Dunnett is a pseudonym used by Kathy Lynn Emerson, author of the Mistress Jaffrey Mysteries, the Face Down Mysteries featuring Susanna Appleton, 16th century gentlewoman, herbalist, and sleuth, the Diana Spaulding 1888 Quartet, and the award winning How to Write Killer Historical Mysteries, plus an assortment of other books As Kaitlyn she writes the Liss MacCrimmon series set in Moosetookalook, Maine and the Deadly Edits series set in rural Sullivan County, New York She is a member of the Historical Novel Society, the Mystery Writers of America, Sisters in Crime and other professional organizations and blogs regularly with Maine Crime Writers.


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    1. I'm not going to read any more of this series. I am really tired of overbearing, demanding middle-aged parents who want to control every aspect of the lives of their adult offspring. And I am even more unenthusiastic about adult offspring who cave in and roll over about these issues, even ones as important as a wedding. I have no respect for the heroine after reading this entry in the series, so it will be my last by this author.


    2. A little disappointing. Liked Liss' father but mother just annoyed me. Usually a fine series but just felt this one was lacking.


    3. I have enjoyed the series until now. Liss is just like her mother - over bearing and irrational. Unable to listen to reason and to basically a whiny spoiled brat. Seriously, the state police and lawyers don't know how to do their jobs? Two words - control freak. By the time I got to the wedding it was too late to even enjoy it.


    4. I liked this book because Liss and Dan finally got married. I don't like that her mother was so bossy and basically took over the wedding. (I hate it when characters I like let other characters walk all over them just so the author can advance the plot.) The murder was a bit contrived too, and I didn't really care who killed him or why.


    5. Bagpipes, Brides, and Homicides By Kaitlyn DunnettCopyright August 2012Publisher KensingtonMoosetookalook, Maine, has never seen so many bare legs walking its streets. It could only mean one thing: the Western Maine Highland Games are in town for the weekend. But instead of wondering who’ll win the hammer throw, everyone’s asking who got kilt…Even if Liss MacCrimmon, soon to be Mrs. Dan Ruskin, spends her days running the Moosetookalook Scottish Emporium, all she wants is a simple white we [...]


    6. Having just attended our daughter's wedding, I was in the mood for a murder mystery set around a wedding. Ms. Dunnett wrote so clearly that I felt I was present at the vows. Our Scottish sleuth, Josie MacCrimmon is reeling, not just from her Mother's interference in her wedding plans, but from sensing tension between her parents. The tension grows until it blows when Mrs. MacCrimmon's husband, Don is accused of murdering her former college love affair, Professor A. Leon Palsgrave, who is chairin [...]


    7. I got very, very frustrated with Liss's mother - Vi. I also had a hard time believing a young lady as determined as Liss has been couldn't stand up to her mother's plans for the wedding. Vi's waffling over whether she thought her husband was innocent was awful. So was the fact that she'd never told her daughter that she'd had a mastectomy. Although, LIss seemed to totally drop the subject once she'd had her initial bout of anger.All the characters seemed to have outbursts of emotion immediately [...]


    8. I seem to be reading a lot of books lately that don't strike a chord with me! This is a pretty good series and I usually enjoy the books, but this one started out really badly (it ended up much better). Authors who allow their main character to be manipulated and walked on by their mother/grandmother/brother,etc because they're "family" and "there's just nothing you can do when their minds are made up" make my stomach hurt. I want to read about a strong, independent woman who is polite and kind, [...]


    9. I have read most of the books in this series. In general, Liss MacCrimmon is a nosy woman who runs a Scottish Emporium in Moosetookalook, Maine. She butts in where she is not supposed to and has earned a reputation as a "crime solver." This installment is worse than the others. Liss is getting married and then her father is suspected of the murder of Leon Pelsgrave, a Professor at the local college, an old suitor of Liss's mother. Liss is even more annoying in this book. She bullies and question [...]


    10. I've read alol of the Liss MacCrimmon mysteries---and ethis one was my least favorite. Liss's dad is a suspect in a college professor's murder. She determines that she and she alone is capable of saving him and proving his innocence. Despite the fact that everyone---her father and mother, her fiance, her friends, every police office involved, the other suspects---tell her to butt out sh keeps plowing on. It really got irritating. I was half hoping someone would whack her with a broad sword just [...]


    11. Rereading to refresh my memory and I still like this one a lot. After all, the mother is supposed to be annoying! And Liss does improve their relationship in the course of the novel.Full disclosure here. Yes, I did write this book under my pseudonym. The Kaitlyn Dunnett books are light reading-- cozies with eccentric characters and yes, sometimes absurd situations. What else would you expect from a series set in a place called Moosetookalook, Maine?


    12. Why do I get suckered in by (misleading) titles? Should have realized I'd read another in this series, and was irritated by that one, too. It's a cozy mystery, to begin with, but there's really nothing Scottish about it--not even bagpipes. And if I were to murder anyone in this book, it would be Liss's mother.


    13. Highland games, a wedding, and of course a mystery. The biggest mystery was if there was going to be a handfasting. Lol.


    14. This June Book Club for Foodies: Tales You Can Taste selection and Bridal Shower menu was a fun read for the wedding month. Even though this a Fun Read - short and not thought provoking - the author did a nice job incorporating Scottish traditions. With its Maine setting, Moosetookalook is cute name for the town. The author even replied to my email and FB messages.





    15. Here comes the bride mixed up in a homicideLiss is getting married to Dan! Liss could not be more excited. And her mom is planning the whole wedding, complete with broom jumping, hand fasting, kilts, anda murdered professor? Wait a minute.Yes, this next installment has an overbearing (yet hilariously overdramatic) Violet MacCrimmon and her laid back husband. Violet managed to schedule Liss' wedding on the same day as the Western Main Highland Games. But all is not cakes and roses here. A profess [...]


    16. I scooped this book up at my local library along with another cozy mystery. I started the other book first but didn't finish it; it was the most recent book in a series and did not stand alone well. Then I started Dunnett's book. It, too, is the most recent book of the series but that presented no problems. I did not feel as if the author was "filling me in" on what went before. It was seamless. The characters were interesting and well drawn. The plotting was such that I didn't figure out whodun [...]


    17. Liss and Dan’s wedding at the Western Maine Highland Games is fast approaching. With her mother in town and taking charge of the Scottish themed wedding, Liss is at her wit’s end juggling her wishes with her mother’s steamroller approach. When a charming college professor with ties to the games is found slashed to death with a medieval sword that just happened to have been on display in Liss’s display window, Liss finds her world turned upside down when her father is accused of the murde [...]


    18. This is an okay little mystery. I guessed who did it, though how was a surprise, and I'm still not clear on why. It was obvious that no one liked the victim, but little concrete evidence of their grievances was offered. The major problem, though, was the contradictory characters. The main character claims that she experienced a happy childhood with devoted parents. The parents' actions, however, tend toward tantrums. One would expect the main character to be reasonable, but even she can't have a [...]


    19. This is an engaging series that continues to improve. Liss MacCrimmon, proprietor of the Moosetookalook Scottish Emporium, is preparing for her wedding, so her parents are in town. Liss's mother, Vi, is hijacking the proceedings. She's already arranged for the wedding to be held in conjunction with the Western Maine Highland Games, and she's done her best to rearrange the shop too. Then something happens to slow Vi down: the director of the reenacted battle in the Medieval Scottish Conclave is m [...]


    20. Liss is getting ready to get married, hindered by her mother's plans to combine the wedding with a large Scottish conclave. When the professor at a nearby (well, for Maine) college is murdered, Liss is horrified to learn that her father is the chief suspect, since her mom and the professor shared a torrid college romance. TMI! Despite her promise to Dan, her fiance, not to interfere, Liss gathers information, trying to find an alternative to her father for the murderer's role. Charming backgroun [...]


    21. Liss and Dan are finally getting married and they are getting married at the hotel during a Scottish festival. But protesters are upset about the Conclave being held at the Festival as it disputes the various protesters' views of Henry Sinclair and his claim of discovering the Maine coast. Liss's dad and mom are in town for the wedding and one of the professors of the Conclave is Liss's mom's college romance. Unfortunately, the professor is found dead on campus and the police suspect Liss's dad [...]


    22. In Dunnett’s mystery novel, Liss MacCrimmon, owner of the town’s Scottish Emporium, is planning her wedding. Just weeks away from the blessed event, Liss’ father is accused of murdering her mother’s former professor and lover. Unable to focus on her wedding until she clears her father, Liss can’t help but launch her own investigation. Amongst a variety of twists and turns, Liss persists in the investigation determined to solve it before the hour of her wedding vows despite the danger c [...]


    23. Liss is getting ready for her wedding when her father is set up for a murder. While she had previously promised everyone that her sleuthing days were over, of course she must investigate to clear her father's name. Another fun read, the characters are quite enjoyable. A new face popped up in this book, PI Jake Murch, I do hope we see more of him in the future. Fans of Gordon Tandy will be disappointed though, he is MIA for the majority of this Liss Maccrimmon mystery.


    24. Refreshing, fun read. I love the Scottish emporium proprietor/sleuth, Liss MacCrimmon. Being of Scottish descent and an avid history buff, I enjoyed the references to the Highland games, hand fasting, tartans, bagpipes and Henry Sinclair. Dunnett's characters are well developed and the story well plotted. This was my first Liss MacCrimmon Scottish mystery and certainly will not be my last.


    25. Having not read any of the other books in this series, it was nice to find a book that, while in the middle of a series, was a stand alone book. You didn't need to be familiar with the characters or their backstories. It was a good murder mystery and I actually want to read the series from the beginning.


    26. Liss not only has to contend with an overbearing mother orchestrating every nuance of her wedding, she also has to contend with her father being accused of murder. When a charming professor is murdered, Liss must determine if it was a personal matter or an academic squabble turned deadly. Charming and cozy. 6th in the Lis MacCrimmon series.


    27. This was an ok mystery, but just ok. I thought the main character's relationship with her mother wasn't very believeablee's old enough to get married but not old enough to tell her mother she doesn't want to be tied up in ribbons?!? She also did a few dumb things to advance the plot; it was mildly entertaining, though.


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