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  • Title: Biggie and the Poisoned Politician
  • Author: Nancy Bell
  • ISBN: 9780312142858
  • Page: 198
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The fiestet grandma in texas Mrs Fiona Biggie Wooten Weatherford is well known for landing five pound catfish, mowing down mailboxes when she drives, as well as owning half the county Now she s mobilizing the local ladies against City Hall s new garbage dump, right next to the graveyard of their forefathers especially James Royce Wooten, founder of the town and naThe fiestet grandma in texas Mrs Fiona Biggie Wooten Weatherford is well known for landing five pound catfish, mowing down mailboxes when she drives, as well as owning half the county Now she s mobilizing the local ladies against City Hall s new garbage dump, right next to the graveyard of their forefathers especially James Royce Wooten, founder of the town and namesake of Biggie s eleven year old grandson, J.R.
    Biggie and the Poisoned Politician The fiestet grandma in texas Mrs Fiona Biggie Wooten Weatherford is well known for landing five pound catfish mowing down mailboxes when she drives as well as owning half the county Now she s mobili

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    1. 1 in the Biggie Weatherford cozy mystery series set in fictional small town Texas The story is told through the eyes of Biggie s 12 year old grandson J.R and is a light, humorous mystery mostly focusing on small town Texas life Biggie is a wealthy widow and one of the movers and shakers in tiny Job s Crossing, and she pretty much does as she pleases and usually gets her way So when a new landfill is built next to her family s cemetery, she doesn t have a hissyfit she gets moving, marshalling her [...]

    2. This is a short cozy based in the south Some humor, some mystery, some characters, all in the name of entertainment I normally collect the entire series before I start reading the first book in case it is so good I can t wait to get to the next book, but this series was just okay I have the rest of the series, but will get back to it another day This is a quick read, if you need something just to fill in a day or so between other activities or serious issues, this may be just the ticket On the [...]

    3. This was a new author and new series for me I found it okay but will not be looking for any books in the series at this time I found the story slow and kept wandering off into left field a lot It took forever to even get to the mystery much less anything else.

    4. A car belonging to Biggie s boarder explodes, the mayor dies after a town meeting, and Biggie has to deal with someone trying to put a landfill on her property The story is told in the narrative of Biggie s 12 year old grandson, J.R and makes you laugh out loud at times This is a good mystery, but I enjoyed it better for the strength of the characters, the setting, and the relationship between Biggie and J.R A fun, easy read for a hot summer day.

    5. This book would appeal to those mystery readers that enjoy southern, folksy southern sleuths This book is definitely acceptable for all age groups.As a native Texan I could not tolerate the use of don cha know Again, I inherited the language from my early Texas pioneer family I could tolerate the other non Texas expressions that kept me in the Southern states.Every time I read the don cha know I was transported to Garrison Keillor s Minnesota or another northern State, as this is a foreign expre [...]

    6. This was a fun and easy read The narrator is an 11 year old boy Biggie is his grandmother The characters are interesting and there was plenty of action to keep me interested I enjoyed the humor and the down home sayings There is even a recipe at the end of the book even though the dish isn t mentioned during the story I will be reading of this series.

    7. Being acquainted with this neck of the woods, I found this book delightfully funny It is chuck full of funny East Texas quirkiness with a mystery on the side I loved the characters and quickly devoured the series.

    8. A really interesting book set in a small town in Texas The detective is Biggie, the wealthiest woman in town The story is told by her 12 year old grandson who lives with her A fast paced easy to read book with some nice twists and an unusual ending I will definitely try in this series.

    9. This story was told from the viewpoint of a boy, and set in a small Texas town Biggie is his grandmother who works out the clues for solving the mystery I would categorize this book as a cozy mystery Characterization of townsfolk is entertaining.

    10. Good plot Liked that narrator is 12 year old, not the adults Author seems to be working too hard to use local dialect and stereotyped country sound.

    11. once you get used to the strange wording it s not that bad sadly I was halfway through before I decided to finish it.

    12. review showIt took a while to discover that it was set in Texas Louisiana, Tennessee, and West Virginia were all mentioned, but the story wasn t set there.

    13. I have read most of the Biggie books and enjoyed them all They are coziesand Biggie and her grandson are like friends.

    14. Fun mystery series that will be especially appealing to Texans, because they will really understand the humor and the characters Takes me back

    15. I just happened upon this book and I almost stopped reading it after the first couple of chapters but I m glad I kept going It was funny.

    16. Such an adorable, old fashioned cute mystery with wonderful strange characters Did go find the others on paperback swap No blood, guts etc.quite nice

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