Hey Diddle Diddle, the Corpse and the Fiddle

Hey Diddle Diddle, the Corpse and the Fiddle

Fran Rizer / Sep 17, 2019

Hey Diddle Diddle the Corpse and the Fiddle Mortuary cosmetologist Callie Parrish and her friend take off for a bluegrass festival on Surcie Island But when a fiddler turns up dead Callie has no choice but to take center stage in the investiga

  • Title: Hey Diddle Diddle, the Corpse and the Fiddle
  • Author: Fran Rizer
  • ISBN: 9780425220917
  • Page: 153
  • Format: Paperback
  • Mortuary cosmetologist Callie Parrish and her friend take off for a bluegrass festival on Surcie Island But when a fiddler turns up dead, Callie has no choice but to take center stage in the investigation.

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    1. Callie and her friend Jane have headed to an inaugural Bluegrass Festival on Surcie Island part of the way through the first day though the body of a fiddle player ends up being found, end then another corpse is discovered (by Jane when she smelt it - Jane being completely blind) and then to add to the Sherriff's woes (and more importantly Callie's woes) Jane goes missing, so they need to track down a missing blind person and a killer and that is just the start of the problems!

    2. Callie and the gang are back in the 2nd installment of this series, this time at a blue grass festival. I was excited about the location- a blue grass festival is unique and fun. There is lots to do with something like that and the author does a good job of blending new characters with old. It isn't long before the blue grass festival screeches to a halt as a murder takes place. It also isn't long before Callie is up to her old investigating ways.I went into this hoping I would find something ab [...]

    3. Hey Diddle Diddle, the Corpse and the FiddleFran RizerBerkley Prime Crime, 2008, 275 ppsBN No. 978-0-425-22091-7Calamine L. Parrish has decided to take her friend Jane to a Blue Grass Festival. Callie has borrowed her brother’s motor home and it looks like Callie and Jane are in for a great weekend. That is until Kenny Strickland picked up his instrument case and found a body sticking out. The body was that of Little Fiddlin Freddy who had just joined up with the Second Time Around Group. Fred [...]

    4. Another adventure with mortuary cosmetologist Calamine Parrish and her best friend, Jane, visiting a bluegrass festival on an island of the coast of SC. Once again Callie discovers a murder and is curious to solve the mystery when Jane ends up disappearing too. Another quick, easy read. Although this is Book 2 in Rizer's series, it is not necessary to read Book 1 first. Contains colorful characters and lots of Southern charm.

    5. I picked this up at library while trawling the paperback section - I often pick up new authors this way as I don't have to pay the usual price of admission to try someone new. I was pleasantly surprised at this fun little book.Callie Parrish is an ex-kindergarten teacher turned mortuary cosmetologist who sometimes solves murders. This book begins at a blue-grass festival where "Little Fiddlin' Fred"'s body falls out of a bass case onstage during the opening prayer - thus the title. High jinks en [...]

    6. In this second novel of the series, we find the main sleuth, Callie Parrish at a Bluegrass festival with her best friend, Annie. They are enjoying the music when a body appears on the very stage in front of the audience.Callie feels involved as she often banjo picks with some of the band members in the parking lot. The next turn Callie finds another band member dead in her brother's RV that she and Annie were using. What is going on? Then Annie gets kidnapped.It is Callie to the rescue surrounde [...]

    7. Do people really talk and act like this in Southern USA? Inflatable bras, well, ok, but padded 'panties'? The author was obviously very taken with these, referring to them frequently. "When I patted my jeans and shirt, they felt dry, but the foam fanny in my panties was still wet against my skin. " Oh dear. Luckily I know that 'fanny' in US means a different bit of female anatomy to what it means in Australia. The patronizing and sexist attitudes towards women were annoying and endless. I found [...]

    8. This was a fun read, though it got a little silly sometimes. I knew who the killer was early on, but the plot twisted and turned and was still a fun ride.The author should edit out all of the repetitious passages. She has a habit of telling her reader the same funny facts and details over and over, and they become more irritating than funny the third time around. Not great literature, but exactly what a genre mystery should be--a pleasant adventure to read on your beach towel on a sunny summer d [...]

    9. This is the second in a mystery series featuring "make-up artist to the dead" Callie Parrish. The supporting cast includes her best friend, Jane, who is blind, the local sheriff, Callie's dad and 5 brothers, her dog, Big Boy, and her twin bosses at the mortuary, Odell and Otis. This is a quick read of a refreshing character who brings lots of energy to the book through her varying relationships with different characters, her love of VS underclothing and problems that arise from their wearing, an [...]

    10. This mystery is enjoyable, but edgy. Not only is the main character present at the scene of the first murder, but the second murder occurs in the camper she borrowed from her brother, and her best friend is kidnapped as well. I had figured out the culprit early on, but didn't figure out all the details. Fran Rizer's descriptions of South Carolina's low country seems accurate. The characterization of the protagonists makes Callie Parrish seem like someone you might actually know. I can't wait to [...]

    11. I got a bit tired of the repetition of some things, for instance, why she wore black at the funeral while working, why friend Jane acted the way she didme parts were just repeated.d once was enough. Add to that a sheriff that isolated one group of people on an island, while a festival was scheduled, even while not letting some of the campers into their camper, but not concerned about where they were supposed to stayo far out there for belief.

    12. This book speaks more about the authors limited & naive experiences than what she tried to convey with the story. I attend several festivals every year and the nonchalant way she describes a dead body found at a festival comes across as unbelievable. The story does move and some characters are interesting but nothing surprised me and she over used "Puh-leeze" to the point that I never want to read that word again. Its cute, simple & unmemorable.

    13. I didn't care so much about the Bluegrass Festival and almost quit reading about a third of the way through it. Finally it got off to her Mortuary Mystery and was a good read! I like this series and already have the next one to read. Like how she swears ---Dalmatian for Damn and Shih Tzu for the other bad word! Like how she describes the Southern ways, her family and actually all that she does!

    14. mystery, music, and quirky southern charm. i enjoyed the story and adored the language. seeing words i heard growing up in print for the first time made me smile.

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