Two New Reviews

dmwms_ebook_final_small-2Don’t Mess With Mrs. Sedgewick received a couple of nice reviews lately. The book is starting move and readers seem to be liking the story. Thought it would be nice to share a couple of the new reviews.

Format: Kindle Edition

In Don’t Mess With Mrs. Sedgewick, author Marie F. Martin weaves an entertaining and fast-paced cozy mystery that follows the crazy adventures of four sassy widows whose lives get turned upside down when a blackmailing maid they employed uncovers long-buried secrets in all their lives, and threatens to bring criminal charges if they don’t pay her hush money. So what’s four elderly friends going to do when all hell breaks loose …. why solve the mystery of course!

Don’t Mess With Mrs. Sedgewick is a well written story that has enough quirky characters, intrigue, suspense, humor, and drama that easily draws the reader into these four spunky ladies’ amateur sleuth adventures. You can’t help but love the four friends, their witty banter and their eccentricities will keep the reader in stitches, the intriguing plot twists will keep you guessing, while cheering the ladies on as even calamity can’t stop them from embarking on their crazy mystery investigative adventures!

Format: Paperback

Marie F. Martin‘s fourth novel “Don’t Mess with Mrs. Sedgewick” was as good as I thought it would be. Ms. Sedgewick wants to live the rest of her days surrounded with her three best friends. She talks them into buying condos that are next to each other. All is going well until Mrs. Sedgewick hires a cleaning lady that decides to air out all of the ladies’ dirty laundry from the past.

My favorite thing about “Don’t Mess with Mrs. Sedgewick” was that every character in the book had secrets, some even criminal. I could not wait to find out what every character did since they all seemed like someone’s grandmother. Mrs. Sedgewick is not your ordinary lead female character. She is a sassy, older woman who knows exactly what she wants and how to get it. I admired her for her patience and trying to help people even when they clearly did not deserve it. The other three main characters were all just as loveable. Mrs. Sedgewick kept solving problem after problem. When she came up with a solution for one, another would arise. Just when everything seemed like it would be alright, Martin throws in plot twist. I really enjoyed this book! I hope that I could have as many good friend as Mrs. Sedgewick does when I reach her age.

Don’t Mess With Mrs. Sedgewick is a delightfully eccentric whodunit tale that cozy mystery fans will want to add to their reading list!

business-card-three-3Marie F Martin


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: