Speak Now: Married to Mystery

Speak Now Married to Mystery Charley Van Leeuwen confirmed commitment phobic theater director shocks her friends when she returns from London with a husband in tow But Charley still wonders about his past and before she can set

  • Title: Speak Now: Married to Mystery
  • Author: Margaret Dumas
  • ISBN: 9780451216984
  • Page: 332
  • Format: Paperback
  • Charley Van Leeuwen, confirmed commitment phobic theater director, shocks her friends when she returns from London with a husband in tow But Charley still wonders about his past and before she can settle her post wedding jitters, they find a dead woman in the bathroom of their hotel suite After another tragedy strikes, Charley fears she herself might soon exit stage leftCharley Van Leeuwen, confirmed commitment phobic theater director, shocks her friends when she returns from London with a husband in tow But Charley still wonders about his past and before she can settle her post wedding jitters, they find a dead woman in the bathroom of their hotel suite After another tragedy strikes, Charley fears she herself might soon exit stage left.

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    1. SPEAK NOW (Amateur Sleuth-San Francisco-Cont) – VGDumas, Margaret – 1st bookPoisoned Pen Press, 2004- HardcoverCharley Van Leeuwen is famous to her friends as being commitment-phobic. So imagine both her, and their, surprise when she returns from London, married to Jack Fairfax, a man she's only known six weeks. When they check into their honeymoon suite at the Mark Hopkins, they are not alone due to the body of a naked woman in the bathtub. When Charley's cousin Cece is kidnapped and Jack s [...]


    2. I read this when my neighborhood book club selected it. I enjoyed reading it at the time, but this was a few years ago and as I look back, it was just not memorable, which means it was "okay," thus, the two stars. I much prefer to read books that are more memorable than this one. As pure escape, it was "okay."


    3. I don't usually read mysteries like this, but it was in the stack my mom gave me. It was probably the kind of light fluff I needed right now. But, dang, must the men in these books always be so handsome, so charming, so perfect? And the sex is always so good. These men don't exist in real life.


    4. Entertaining and funny read if you need something light where you don't have to think too much. For my own taste it's a little too sexist, too many stereotypes about men and women, a rich lady, a good-looking too-good-to-be-true former agent as the hubby, well But anyway, on the beach or in the train while commuting it's just fine.


    5. I really enjoyed this book. The relationship between husband and wife was very discreet but fun. The characters were delightful. The mystery kept you guessing. I would read this author again however this is her first book. I hope she continues to write about the new Mr and Mrs North.


    6. Charley Van Leeuwen is a commitment-phobe, so no one is more surprised than she is when she returns from England with a husband. Jack Fairfax is retired from the navy (meteorologist). Unfortunately, Charley discovers a body in the bathroom of their hotel room when they arrive from England. Inspector Yahata is plainly suspicious of her and Jack. Charley's uncle Harry is very suspicious of Jack. He does his usual background check on Jack and tries to convince Charley to annul the marriage and send [...]


    7. Charley Van Leeuwen surprises everyone by returning from London with a new husband, Jack Fairfax. He's a mild mannered meteorologist who is tall, dark and handsome, all that you could wish for in a husband. But Charley begins to suspect there is more to Jack than meets the eye, especially after finding a dead body in their bathtub, following him on a ransom drop and being rescued by Jack while bullets are flying. Charley has her hands full dealing with kidnapping, murder, bitter ex-boyfriends, c [...]


    8. Not sure where the title came from. About an upbeat husband & wife detective team that I read as a spoof. If you think TV, it's sort of "Hart to Hart" meets "Magnum PI" in the 21st century, with lots of wealthy activities, high-end brand names and restaurants. Protagonist Charley arrives back in San Francisco, married to a fantastic guy, and without letting her wealthy family and theater (she owns a Rep theater) friends know. A dead body in their luxury hotel suite bathtub is the start of an [...]


    9. I bought this for my wife a few Xmas's ago after reading the first two chapters on line (whatever happened to that mailing list?)A very good, if by the numbers, cute couple mystery. This book is really very solidly written. I wanted to really like it more, but the narrator's (author's) obsession with brand names and luxury goods was really annoying. The litany of the narrator's perfect meals, perfect hotel room, perfect clothes, great lifelong friends, and now perfect husband gets tedious (and a [...]


    10. Charley marries a guy named Jack, a retired naval meteorologist after a whirlwind romance in Europe. When they come home for their honeymoon, they find a dead woman in the bathtub of their hotel suite. It doesn't take long for Charley to figure out that handsome Jack is a hell of a lot more than a weather man.This was a fun romp with lively dialogue, lots of action, and very little realism. If you want escapism, it's a first class ticket. I totally enjoyed it.


    11. Final book of the day, and even though I was tired Speak Now kept my attention until the last page.A fun and fast paced read with interesting characters, including a wealthy heiress, a former spy, a theatre company full of larger than life characters, and a murder that brings old enemies to mind.3.25 ★



    12. Completely enjoyable. A fun mystery with colourful characters. Nothing too heavy and all is right with the world in the end. Perfect summer escapist reading.


    13. It's a book with a weather officer character! Jack was inspired by the author's brother (my boss 2006-2007). A fun read!


    14. Love these characters. The main gal is smart and sassy, like another Margaret Dumas book that I read. Very much enjoy this author.





    15. I love Margaret Dumas writing style. It is easy to read, clear and the mystery twisted and turned. Can't wait to read the next one!


    16. Funny book about a newly married couple (no long engagement!) and a sort of Nick/Nora Charles type of mystery solving. Highly recommend.







    17. very cute and totally unbelievable. i almost gave up 1/4 the way in, but i stuck with it, and i'm glad i did.


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