Mummy's the Word PDF/EPUB ò Mummy's the MOBI :Þ

Mummy's the Word PDF/EPUB ò Mummy's the MOBI :Þ


Mummy's the Word ❰Epub❯ ➞ Mummy's the Word Author Kerry Blair – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Star light star fright first star I see tonight When Samantha Shade is offered the opportunity to run Nightshade Investigation her uncle's private detective agency she jumps at the chance It has alway Star light star fright first star I see tonight When Samantha Shade is offered the opportunity to run Nightshade Investigation her uncle's private detective agency she jumps at the chance It has always been her dream to work at the famously eclectic firm But when a wealthy eccentric client hires Nightshade to protect a priceless artifact and the relic is almost immediately stolen from under Samantha's nose her dream turns into a nightmare With a long list of suspects and a short supply of Mummy's the MOBI :Þ experience Samantha must elicit the help of an antagonistic policeman and the uirky Nightshade staff to solve the case and keep her uncle's beloved agency from disaster.

  • Hardcover
  • 285 pages
  • Mummy's the Word
  • Kerry Blair
  • English
  • 17 December 2016
  • 9781591569077

About the Author: Kerry Blair

Kerry Blair is a successful mystery author who weaves infectious humor throughout her work.



10 thoughts on “Mummy's the Word

  1. Victoria Victoria says:

    this book so funny the girl in this book name is Samantha Shade her uncle offered her the chanse to run his commpine when he is gone she alway want to wrok for her uncle but she never has to chanse to until when her uncle want on trpe and she is runing the place her uncle job is to solve carmes in the towne the place name is Nightshadewhen her uncle is aways a man name Lord Herbert came in with a pice of art that he want Samm to helpe him protect this is her fight job and she want to make very good inpasseson on her uncle and Lord Herbert in the middle of all this she had a big problem with a friend when all of this is going on she is in love with a man that she is alway getting him in troblme she say that she is not but whill you have read it to see if she is or not

  2. Donna Donna says:

    I stumbled across this in the library and the concept of an LDS private investigator was too intriguing to pass up Needless to say it is light and fluffy reading But I enjoyed it enough that I will probably read the next one

  3. Jenny Jenny says:

    sighthis was a hard one to ratemaybe a 25?I liked1 the cleverness of the writingextremely witty dialogue and narration some laugh out loud moments and a crossword puzzle to boot2 the charactersmost of them anyway Wendela is one of my favorites Interesting well thought out and real mostly3 fun names and playing around with some of themChaiya Knute Hedda Arjay etc4 the mysterymostlyit had potential for sure5 the clean nature of the book written by an LDS author so no swearing or graphic anythingI didn't like and maybe even really DISliked1 Samanthashe is kind of an idiot She is impulsive doesn't think doesn't even think about thinking at times and is constantly doing stupid things If you are going to be a detective who only works at night I might add you can't afford to be so dense Also it is hard to enjoy a book when you want to slap the main character most of the time2 the endingeverything was just thrown at me Nothing really unfolded at the end It was like someone tore the wrapping off of a gift that was mine to open and told me what was inside When characters just sit and tell you what happened this is a problem for meand it was way too fast3 the LDS referencesthis is my BIGGEST gripe with this book I had absolutely no idea this was written by an LDS author until there was a paragraph about stakes and missions and there is NOTHING in the story that needs to be strictly MormonThings likechokengtitiktitikchokeng 25 cleaned out his mission fund which could have been ANY type of missionaryp 34 Case of the Missing Prospective Missionary again any missionaryp 54 he's a Mormon boy and the two faced 'Mormon boy' my best glare Okaaayynow it is becoming clearI thought about going through the book again to find them all but frankly it isn't worth my time Suffice it to say that extremely obscure references to stake patriarchs BYU teaching Sunday School and deacons collecting fast offerings were all so jarringly out of place it stunned me They don't happen enough to really make this an LDS book and for sure are not integral to the story In fact the book would be better MUCH better without them They are simply aside comments that made me wonder if Covenant Communications the LDS publisher reuired some Mormon content I am LDS and they bothered me every timeif I wasn't LDS I would simply be confused and wonder what in the you know what the author was even talking aboutThis one fact in itself makes me doubt whether I could get through another in the series even though I really did like the writing style the humor and the cleverness of the story

  4. Jen Jen says:

    The idea of the mystery was great that’s the end of what I thought was good about this book I am not a huge fan of LDS fiction in the first place but this was especially meh The main character is obnoxious and clueless and the writing was painfully obviousAlso isn’t the point of reading LDS fiction to have a good kiss as the happy ending? If that’s what you’re reading for you will be disappointed

  5. Karen Karen says:

    This book with its snide asides and parenthetical thoughts tries to be clever In fact it tries far too hard to be far too clever Instead it comes off like an overly cocky sixteen year old know it all Also you could read the first few chapters skip the middle part then read the final few chapters and not miss anything of conseuence

  6. Raquel Raquel says:

    Fun little mindless read

  7. Kathryn Kathryn says:

    This is a slow starting book but it is a mystery and it takes time for the plot to thicken Samantha Shade is trying to prove that she can take over her Uncle Eddies PI business Nightshade She is doing good at collecting evidence for her case against the cheating high ranking community officer when she meets Thom Casey an undercover cop trying to do a good deed of his own and they both get the wrong end of justice Thom gets caught off duty in his undercover area trying to bring in a runaway which Sam misreads as a scumbag trying to take advantage of a younger girl Th camera that holds the pics to show the clients wife are taken the runaway runs and thom has lost his cover and his Chief's listening ear They meet again as Thom is assigned to work as Sam's added backup on the case of the missing mussy Sam is taken back by his presents but consents that he stay because of her need He turns out to be an okay guy who is willing to stick around until all the dirty work is done and the mystery solved Through other occasions he finds that Sam brings to him the most awkward situations totaling his suad car loosing the runaway being put on suspension and then being unemployed by the police all in his efforts to do the right thing Sam and Thom uncover a police scam that involves replacing Sam's evidence against the councilman with fake pics and trying to kill all the witnesses that could attest to that Even Sam and Thom are in danger with setups of a robbery but really an assasination attempt on Thom's life The chief is the culprit behind it all to safeguard his friends in high postions The mummy is found to have been kept by it's owner when the museums he was considering giving it too wanted to disect it not charish it like he would Lord Herbertalso and actor falls in love with the Windela who turned out to be a B rated actress from holloywood from Armenia but who also had lost some of her sanity and was placed in the mental hospital when Sam springed her after her internship was over All ends well even though Thom got his desire to return to getting his doctorate in English he accepts the job of detective and the implied opportunity to get to know Sam better and see what happens Then a call comes in for another case this time a ghost in a church

  8. Andrea Andrea says:

    I had no idea what to expect from this book I'd never heard of it but the bright green cover caught my eye in the library Kudos to the cover designer for choosing a color that would stand outWe all know you can't judge a book by it's cover though so I was pleasantly surprised to find that I LOVED the storySamantha Shade is a twenty something aspiring PI She works for her Uncle's private detective agency Nightshade Investigation and is manning the agency while he's on vacation She hopes to prove herself while he is gone so she can take over when he fully retires thus fulfilling her lifetime dream Unfortunately things don't go as smoothly as she had hoped Not only are her current cases going south but she manages to interfere with police work as wellThere were a lot of twists and turns and little details I never saw coming I loved the characters and the romance I can't wait to read the next Nightshade Mystery

  9. Laura Laura says:

    LDS “Chick Lit” from one of my favorite authors This is mystery with a light touchSamantha Shade due to her uncle’s temporary absence is given the opportunity to run “Nightshade Investigations her uncle’s private detective agency” She accepts a wealthy eccentric clients mission to guard a priceless artifact Much to her dismay the “priceless artifact” disappears right under Samantha’s nose With the assistance of Nightshade’s investigatory staff and two of Phoenix PD’s “finest” and in the case of one in particular a very young attractive LDS detective Sam is aided in solving the mystery of the disappearing mummy aka “priceless artifact and also two or three additional mysteries or personal problems as well All in all it makes for a clean fun read

  10. Holly Holly says:

    I love other books by Kerry Blair but I just couldn't get into this one At first I thought the uirky characters and storyline weirdness were interesting definitely not ones I would ever come up with myself which always impresses me It was all uite humorous However it soon started really grating on me I tried to finish it 3 times and finally gave up It went from humerous to silly in too many ways I'll probably try again later when I'm in the mood for a weird story Definitely a book that a reader who loves uirks twists and strangeness with laughter will enjoy

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10 thoughts on “Mummy's the Word

  1. Victoria Victoria says:

    this book so funny the girl in this book name is Samantha Shade her uncle offered her the chanse to run his commpine when he is gone she alway want to wrok for her uncle but she never has to chanse to until when her uncle want on trpe and she is runing the place her uncle job is to solve carmes in the towne the place name is Nightshadewhen her uncle is aways a man name Lord Herbert came in with a pice of art that he want Samm to helpe him protect this is her fight job and she want to make very good inpasseson on her uncle and Lord Herbert in the middle of all this she had a big problem with a friend when all of this is going on she is in love with a man that she is alway getting him in troblme she say that she is not but whill you have read it to see if she is or not

  2. Donna Donna says:

    I stumbled across this in the library and the concept of an LDS private investigator was too intriguing to pass up Needless to say it is light and fluffy reading But I enjoyed it enough that I will probably read the next one

  3. Jenny Jenny says:

    sighthis was a hard one to ratemaybe a 25?I liked1 the cleverness of the writingextremely witty dialogue and narration some laugh out loud moments and a crossword puzzle to boot2 the charactersmost of them anyway Wendela is one of my favorites Interesting well thought out and real mostly3 fun names and playing around with some of themChaiya Knute Hedda Arjay etc4 the mysterymostlyit had potential for sure5 the clean nature of the book written by an LDS author so no swearing or graphic anythingI didn't like and maybe even really DISliked1 Samanthashe is kind of an idiot She is impulsive doesn't think doesn't even think about thinking at times and is constantly doing stupid things If you are going to be a detective who only works at night I might add you can't afford to be so dense Also it is hard to enjoy a book when you want to slap the main character most of the time2 the endingeverything was just thrown at me Nothing really unfolded at the end It was like someone tore the wrapping off of a gift that was mine to open and told me what was inside When characters just sit and tell you what happened this is a problem for meand it was way too fast3 the LDS referencesthis is my BIGGEST gripe with this book I had absolutely no idea this was written by an LDS author until there was a paragraph about stakes and missions and there is NOTHING in the story that needs to be strictly MormonThings likechokengtitiktitikchokeng 25 cleaned out his mission fund which could have been ANY type of missionaryp 34 Case of the Missing Prospective Missionary again any missionaryp 54 he's a Mormon boy and the two faced 'Mormon boy' my best glare Okaaayynow it is becoming clearI thought about going through the book again to find them all but frankly it isn't worth my time Suffice it to say that extremely obscure references to stake patriarchs BYU teaching Sunday School and deacons collecting fast offerings were all so jarringly out of place it stunned me They don't happen enough to really make this an LDS book and for sure are not integral to the story In fact the book would be better MUCH better without them They are simply aside comments that made me wonder if Covenant Communications the LDS publisher reuired some Mormon content I am LDS and they bothered me every timeif I wasn't LDS I would simply be confused and wonder what in the you know what the author was even talking aboutThis one fact in itself makes me doubt whether I could get through another in the series even though I really did like the writing style the humor and the cleverness of the story

  4. Jen Jen says:

    The idea of the mystery was great that’s the end of what I thought was good about this book I am not a huge fan of LDS fiction in the first place but this was especially meh The main character is obnoxious and clueless and the writing was painfully obviousAlso isn’t the point of reading LDS fiction to have a good kiss as the happy ending? If that’s what you’re reading for you will be disappointed

  5. Karen Karen says:

    This book with its snide asides and parenthetical thoughts tries to be clever In fact it tries far too hard to be far too clever Instead it comes off like an overly cocky sixteen year old know it all Also you could read the first few chapters skip the middle part then read the final few chapters and not miss anything of conseuence

  6. Raquel Raquel says:

    Fun little mindless read

  7. Kathryn Kathryn says:

    This is a slow starting book but it is a mystery and it takes time for the plot to thicken Samantha Shade is trying to prove that she can take over her Uncle Eddies PI business Nightshade She is doing good at collecting evidence for her case against the cheating high ranking community officer when she meets Thom Casey an undercover cop trying to do a good deed of his own and they both get the wrong end of justice Thom gets caught off duty in his undercover area trying to bring in a runaway which Sam misreads as a scumbag trying to take advantage of a younger girl Th camera that holds the pics to show the clients wife are taken the runaway runs and thom has lost his cover and his Chief's listening ear They meet again as Thom is assigned to work as Sam's added backup on the case of the missing mussy Sam is taken back by his presents but consents that he stay because of her need He turns out to be an okay guy who is willing to stick around until all the dirty work is done and the mystery solved Through other occasions he finds that Sam brings to him the most awkward situations totaling his suad car loosing the runaway being put on suspension and then being unemployed by the police all in his efforts to do the right thing Sam and Thom uncover a police scam that involves replacing Sam's evidence against the councilman with fake pics and trying to kill all the witnesses that could attest to that Even Sam and Thom are in danger with setups of a robbery but really an assasination attempt on Thom's life The chief is the culprit behind it all to safeguard his friends in high postions The mummy is found to have been kept by it's owner when the museums he was considering giving it too wanted to disect it not charish it like he would Lord Herbertalso and actor falls in love with the Windela who turned out to be a B rated actress from holloywood from Armenia but who also had lost some of her sanity and was placed in the mental hospital when Sam springed her after her internship was over All ends well even though Thom got his desire to return to getting his doctorate in English he accepts the job of detective and the implied opportunity to get to know Sam better and see what happens Then a call comes in for another case this time a ghost in a church

  8. Andrea Andrea says:

    I had no idea what to expect from this book I'd never heard of it but the bright green cover caught my eye in the library Kudos to the cover designer for choosing a color that would stand outWe all know you can't judge a book by it's cover though so I was pleasantly surprised to find that I LOVED the storySamantha Shade is a twenty something aspiring PI She works for her Uncle's private detective agency Nightshade Investigation and is manning the agency while he's on vacation She hopes to prove herself while he is gone so she can take over when he fully retires thus fulfilling her lifetime dream Unfortunately things don't go as smoothly as she had hoped Not only are her current cases going south but she manages to interfere with police work as wellThere were a lot of twists and turns and little details I never saw coming I loved the characters and the romance I can't wait to read the next Nightshade Mystery

  9. Laura Laura says:

    LDS “Chick Lit” from one of my favorite authors This is mystery with a light touchSamantha Shade due to her uncle’s temporary absence is given the opportunity to run “Nightshade Investigations her uncle’s private detective agency” She accepts a wealthy eccentric clients mission to guard a priceless artifact Much to her dismay the “priceless artifact” disappears right under Samantha’s nose With the assistance of Nightshade’s investigatory staff and two of Phoenix PD’s “finest” and in the case of one in particular a very young attractive LDS detective Sam is aided in solving the mystery of the disappearing mummy aka “priceless artifact and also two or three additional mysteries or personal problems as well All in all it makes for a clean fun read

  10. Holly Holly says:

    I love other books by Kerry Blair but I just couldn't get into this one At first I thought the uirky characters and storyline weirdness were interesting definitely not ones I would ever come up with myself which always impresses me It was all uite humorous However it soon started really grating on me I tried to finish it 3 times and finally gave up It went from humerous to silly in too many ways I'll probably try again later when I'm in the mood for a weird story Definitely a book that a reader who loves uirks twists and strangeness with laughter will enjoy

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