Best Read [Zara Keane] Ò The 39 Cupcakes || [Travel Book] PDF ↠

By Zara Keane | Comments: ( 282 ) | Date: ( Aug 21, 2019 )

Clues Chaos Cupcakes.Ex cop turned P.I Maggie Doyle is stuck chaperoning a group of bratty summer camp kids to an archaeological dig on Whisper Island After a day of fart jokes, fidget spinners, and fist fights, Maggie s regretting volunteering and then one of her feral charges discovers a skeleton.At first it looks like a cold case, but the situation takes a sinisterClues Chaos Cupcakes.Ex cop turned P.I Maggie Doyle is stuck chaperoning a group of bratty summer camp kids to an archaeological dig on Whisper Island After a day of fart jokes, fidget spinners, and fist fights, Maggie s regretting volunteering and then one of her feral charges discovers a skeleton.At first it looks like a cold case, but the situation takes a sinister turn when a member of the excavation team winds up dead Maggie is determined to get to the bottom of the mystery before bodies stack up With her police officer boyfriend on vacation, his nitwitted fellow officer is what passes for law and order on the island Now if only she can dodge the bumbling Sergeant O Shea


  • Title: The 39 Cupcakes
  • Author: Zara Keane
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 468
  • Format: Kindle Edition

About Author:

Zara Keane

USA Today bestselling author Zara Keane grew up in Dublin, Ireland, but spent her summers in a small town very similar to the fictitious Ballybeg and Smuggler s Cove.She currently lives in Switzerland with her family When she s not writing or wrestling small people, she drinks far too much coffee, and tries with occasional success to resist the siren call of Swiss chocolate.Don t miss a new story For news, giveaways, and an exclusive serial, sign up for Zara s Mailing List.Zara can also be found on Facebook.



Comments The 39 Cupcakes

  • Tari

    Since the last book, Maggie has become more settled and at home on Whisper Island. Liam is officially her boyfriend, at least she thinks he is. And her friend Lenny is interested in going for his PI license so he can officially help her out with her new business, Movie Reel Investigations. As usual though, during a perfectly normal activity (chaperoning kids at an archeological dig) Lenny and Maggie run into another dead body. Now they have a cold case to work on, which of course is eventually f [...]


  • Jackie

    Maggie gets to chaperone a bunch of bratty camp kids. Excitement begins when one of them finds a skeleton. Now the mystery begins. So wonderful and enjoyable.


  • Kathleen

    “The 39 Cupcakes” earns 5/5 Aunt Noreen’s…Scones!I am new to Zara Keane’s Movie Club Mystery series, so starting with the fourth book in the series might be problematic for a newbie. There were some character connections that I didn’t completely understand, totally my bad for not starting at the beginning, but I caught on and ended up very much entertained. Chaperoning a bunch of kids to an archaeological site? Well, as a former teacher, I saw the inherent problems, questionable humo [...]


  • Jackie Nolan

    Wow, what a great read! I haven't read any of the other books in this series yet, but the characters are developed so well you don't feel like you're missing out on anything.The mystery in this book is so complex but it doesn't leave you confused, which is awesome. I was completely stumped about who the murderer was so it was a surprise when that was revealed. I love not being able to figure out who was behind the murder. It keeps you engaged in the book, trying to guess who did it.I loved the c [...]


  • Kay Hudson

    Maggie Doyle is back in a new adventure in Zara Keane's The 39 Cupcakes. She's settling into her new life as a private investigator on Whisper Island, and into her growing relationship with Garda Sergeant Liam Reynolds (at least until his outspoken eight-year-old daughter comes to visit). The Movie Theater Cafe is hanging (with a showing of Hitchcock's The 39 Steps) despite the opening of The Cupcake Cafe right across the road. And Maggie's cousin Julie has recruited her to help chaperone thirty [...]


  • Lyn

    This was another delightful, sassy and plot twisty mystery by Author Zara Keane. I like Maggie, our amateur sleuth and her boyfriend, the new police officer on Whisper Island. And of course, many of Maggie's zany friends and family. This one gives us more insight into her love-hate relationship with the owner of the local fancy hotel through meeting the lady's children. I liked how Maggie was sensitive to her boyfriend's little girl who came for a visit. Maggie has a loving and caring heart and [...]


  • Lorraine Kraft

    In book four of the Movie Club Mysteries, Maggie Doyle agrees to help her cousin, Julie, take 30 eight-year-olds on a field trip to an archaeological dig on Whisper Island. The kids are divided into groups and, you guessed it, Maggie's group is the least well behaved. During a talk by a member of the archaeological team, Tommy Greer, the bored son of an ex-boyfriend of Maggie's, decides to explore on his own. While digging in a trench, Tommy finds a human skull. Further examination indicates tha [...]


  • Niken Widyastuti

    Oh my… I never thought that a continuous series like this one could better and better with each book. I mean, series focused on cosy mysteries with sweet, clean, and slow-burn romance just as the background. I’ve read some series like this, and usually it got old in the 3rd book, but not with this one. Movie Club Mysteries series definitely still hold my interest firmly.The mystery in this one, just like in previous books, was complicated, intriguing, yet easy to follow and make sense. I rea [...]


  • Trader (RedHotBlueReads)

    In this fourth book in the Movie Club Mysteries series from Zara Keane, Maggie Doyle once again finds a dead body that propels her into a mystery worthy of the quirky inhabitants of Whisper Island.Maggie is helping with a field trip when a skeleton is discovered, complete with bullet hole in the head and an intriguing mystery of identity and motive. Maggie and Lenny are really building the private investigation venture with this mystery, as Sargeant Liam Reynolds asks them to check into a few th [...]


  • Irene

    I have read several of the Ballybeg series, but this was my first Movie Club book. Although this is book 4 of a series with the same main character, there is enough background information provided that i had no problems following this story. I love a good mystery, one that is both engaging and keeps me guessing to the end with a couple of “I didn’t see that coming” reactions, and this book did not disappoint. It had the charm of mysteries featuring an amateur sleuth, but Maggie. a PI and f [...]


  • Julie Jefferies

    This is book 4 in the series and you really do need to read the first 3 before reading this story.I just absolutely love Zara's writing, and especially this series.Maggie, with her reputation as a 'dead body magnet', is back in the 4th book of the Movie Club Mysteries, and just when we think romance is blooming well and easy with the handsome Liam Reynolds, Maggie is at the centre of another murder and his daughter Hannah arrives in town. With a new case in hand and following a lead, Maggie and [...]


  • Laura

    This is a great book; this is the fourth book in the Movie Club Mystery series and is written by Zara Keane. Ex-cop-turned-P.I. Maggie Doyle is stuck chaperoning a group of bratty summer camp kids to an archaeological dig on Whisper Island. After a day of fart jokes, fidget spinners, and fist fights, Maggie's regretting volunteering—and then one of her feral charges discovers a skeleton. At first it looks like a cold case, but the situation takes a sinister turn when a member of the excavation [...]


  • Becky

    Before reading this book, I highly recommend reading the prior books starting off with Dial P for Poison. It will give you a better sense of Maggie, Lenny, Liam and Maggie’s family.Overall, this is a fun mystery story involving 2 dead bodies. There are many twists and turns but not all is revealed until the end of the story. It is a very complicated plot that brings up many past issues and their effects. If you do not mind not figuring out the mystery (or at least I could not) and just enjoyin [...]


  • Kristin

    I love these cozy mysteries. So much fun to read. Maggie is a hoot who can't help but get herself into trouble. Her reputation for unearthing dead bodies has spread all over Whisper Island, Ireland. Sgt. O'Shea is as usual, more interested in his golf games the solving any murders. Thank goodness for Maggie the PI or no crimes would be solved on the island.Maggie is great at getting herself into mostly hilarious but sometimes scary trouble. She is also good at getting out of it. Reynolds, her lo [...]


  • Hsu Lee

    ARC - I voluntarily offered to review this book with no obligations and my opinions are honest!Once again, Maggie stumbles upon a corpse.It is like they follow her everywhere.The strange part is that the victim was murders w/ a weapon from another century.Maggie is entrusted w/ another mystery to solve.With her man candy Liam officially on vacation, it is up to Maggie to make sure that the police do not mess up.As the evidence pile up, a bunch of suspects are coming out of the woodwork.However, [...]


  • Paula

    Maggie, Maggie, Maggie, the dead bodies seem to be everywhere you go even when you are with a bunch of kids at an archaeological dig. Maggie Doyle and the Whisper Island community keep the Movie Club Mysteries full of intriguing mystery and hilarious humor in The 39 Cupcakes (love the title) by Zara Keane.These cozy clean mysteries are such fun to read. I did not think I would like this series as much as the Ballybeg Romantic Suspense Series but Maggie the heroine is growing on me. The mystery i [...]


  • Thomas

    Maggie agrees to help chaperone a group of summer camp kids to an archeological site. Tommy, one of the terrors in her group manages to slip away and start digging in a cordoned off area uncovering a skeleton from 15 to 20 years ago that had been killed with an ancient weapon. Liam is on vacation and has his 8 yr. old daughter. As he can't investigate, he hires Maggie to investigate the skeleton. During the investigation, Maggie uncovers hidden identities, greed, and blackmail. Not to mention at [...]


  • R

    Oh, my… a bunch of slightly out of control kids on a field trip to an achaelogical dig… Anything could happen.And of course it does. And it’s way more than the mayhem the kids conjure up. There’s nothing quite like tripping and falling into a pile of not-so-old bones. And that’s just the beginning.This was my first book by Zara Keane, and it won’t be the last. I loved this book. The interaction between all of the characters… Well, the characters! They were well developed and often [...]


  • Diane

    I received an advance copy in exchange for an honest review. Another good murder mystery. This time there is two mysteries to be solved. Zara Keane still caught me with the last murder, didn't see that one coming. I like the phrase that Maggie is a magnet for mayhem. I enjoyed meeting Paul and Melanie's twins. Love the name for the girl, Caoimhe (pronounced Qweeva). Get to meet Liam's daughter Hannah too. But you really have to laugh at what happens to Sergeant O'Shea. A good story that I would [...]


  • Janet Graham

    Fun Cozy Mystery!This is a refreshing cozy mystery with a clean romance on the side. The story takes place on a beautiful Irish coastal island. The main characters are younger than in many cozies, so there is a lot more tech involved.All of the characters are real and well developed. The emotions are realistic as are the motivations. The plot is nicely complex. I found myself figuring things out as the detectives did and not before. I have not read any others of this series and this book stands [...]


  • Barbara

    I have really enjoyed this series. Zara has a way of writing that adds humor and romance to mysteries making them downright fun to read. There are twists and turns, characters you love, and characters you love to hate, those who are misunderstood that you grow to like (or at least dislike less). With each of the stories in this series, once I start reading I don't want to put the book down because I want to see what happens next. She is proving to be one of those authors who I automatically know [...]


  • Laila Petersen

    Well written book by Zara Keane. I have not read the previous in this series but it can be read as a standalone. Of course I will recommend to read the whole series to keep up with the characters. It is a fun read with twists and turns that are unsuspected. I am normally not into mysteries but this is so well written that you are not thrown of the wagon but you get the clues. It keeps you reading to find out who the murderer is. Enjoyable read.I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of thi [...]


  • Kris

    I absolutely loved this book. I have read the previous books in the series and loved all of them. In this book we get to meet Sgt. Reynolds's daughter and see how Maggie and she get along. Oh yeah and Maggie finds another body (well actually one of the kids on the field trip she was chaperoning found it). This time the body is in an archaeological dig site and Sgt. Reynolds is on vacation, let the fun begin. I received this book as an advanced reader copy in exchange for an honest review. I can' [...]


  • Jan

    Maggie the former US cop and current PI and bakery assistant seems to be a magnet for dead bodies. A contemporary skeleton found on an archeology dig, a police Sargeant boyfriend with a hostile ex and an unhappy daughter, a socially inept daughter of a friend, a nerdy assistant, and a bumbling police coworker in charge of investigations form the basics. Not to encourage spoilers, but just picture said overbearing bumbler on scene after unknowingly ingesting hash brownies. Enjoy the red herrings, [...]


  • Elissa

    "[M]urder, mayhem, and muskets" aptly describes the denouement of this delightful diary. Despite being labeled #4 in the series, there is actually a fifth tale (labeled "1.5" and a novella rather than full length novel), but this story stands on its own, continuing characters notwithstanding. There are a lot of very funny moments interspersed with solving several mysteries and the whole is wonderfully compelling and entertaining.


  • Ellen White

    THE 39 CUPCKES by Zara Keane book 4 in the Movie Mystery ClubWhen an ex cop now PI takes to chaperoning kids camping, you know it's a given rule for adventures and mishap. To discover a past and then a present murder. The name of Whisper Island, also sets one's mind, of what secrets this island holds. Another delightful, fun filled book, yet with murder to keeps us interested to the end. Given ARC for my voluntary review and my honest opinion.


  • Cindy

    I love Zara Keane and this Movie Club Mysteries series!!! It is full of mystery, romance and quirky characters and a whole lot more. It is set in Ireland and there are so many details that you feel like you are actually there nd can hear the Irish brogue. I recommend this book for anyone who wants a great cozy mystery! Can't wait for the next one!I voluntarily read an Advanced Reader Copy of this book


  • Crystal Yawn

    I love this series! It's so fun and Maggie has the worst luck ever and this book is no different as more dead people find their way in her path. The book is full of great humor along with some sleuthing. Maggie and Liam's relationship continues to grow at a snails pace, but each of the supporting characters continues to grow in personality, I even kind of like Melanie now. I look forward to more of these murder/comedy books As they always bring a smile to my face.


  • Chris Syme

    Another winner from Zara. I love the sense of place in these books and how it plays into the plot of the mystery. We learn a little bit more about our sleuth in this book and yes, romance is starting to heat up a bit. I honestly didn't see the end coming. Zara writes with a wonderful voice. I just love these books.


  • Mary E. Barber

    Very good seriesMaggie is a dead body magnet, even on the small island in Ireland where she has gone to get over her recent divorce. She has made friends and has a small group of eccentric characters who both help and hinder her investigations. Laugh at loud funny at times. Enjoyable reads. Looking forward to the next book.


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  • Best Read [Zara Keane] Ò The 39 Cupcakes || [Travel Book] PDF ↠
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    Published :2019-05-27T00:24:02+00:00