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  • ISBN 161009008X
  • ISBN13 978-1610090087
  • Language English
  • Author Marja McGraw
  • Publisher Dark Oak Mystery (March 1, 2011)
  • Pages 230
  • Formats azw txt azw lrf
  • Category Mystery and Suspense
  • Subcategory Mystery
  • Size ePub 1501 kb
  • Size Fb2 1754 kb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 647

You know your day has taken a turn for the worse when you buy a vintage house to convert into a restaurant, and you find a vintage body buried in the basement. When their forties-themed restaurant burns to the ground, Chris and Pamela Cross buy a vintage house to convert into their new restaurant. They soon discover a murder that stems from the 1940s, and they find that the house they’ve bought used to be a boarding house. At the request of the victim’s family, they begin to investigate the old murder and find that seniors can be just as dangerous as anyone else.

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This is the first book I ready by Marja McGraw and I look forward to reading the rest of this series. Ms. McGraw did a find job on describing the realistic difficulties this newly married couple had to overcome when there are serious setbacks to their business only to find bodies cropping up. Ms. McGraw also does a fine job showing how these serious crimes affect their 7 year old son and his school performance. As a child I lived for a total of 5 years in California and not all of the teachers were like Mrs. Stanhope. There were a few good ones, but I have to give the teachers like Mrs. Stanhope the inspiration to go to college outside of California and never look back.
I really enjoyed this book from the beginning to the end. This is a quick read cozy mystery that begins with Chris and Laura's restaurant burning down. Their heroic labs rescue the chef by pulling him out of the building. Chris has his eye on a building to relocate their restaurant but it will need renovation. It is a older boarding house and during renovation their labs lead them to a discovery in the basement. A pile of bones is found which belong to a man who was a former boarder. Throw in a nosy reporter who wants the scoop to launch her career advancement in the mixture along with the discovery of another bone by the labs and you have a mystery to solve. Chris and Laura are asked by the relatives of the man found in the basement to discover what happened to him.......

Loved Chris doing his Bogey impersonations and people thinking he looked like Bogart too. Their 1940's themed restaurant is unique with a band playing music from that era also. I recommend this book to anyone who likes cozies with dogs and lively characters. Looking forward to reading more in this series.
This is a well-written cozy mystery with likable characters and an enjoyable plot. It's a quick read, that breezes along. I felt a little nostalgic reading this book that sets a lighthearted tone reminiscent of a time when things just seemed easier. Not that things are that easy for the couple at the center of this story. Newly married, the members of this blended family are delighted to be together. The bride's seven years old son from a previous marriage is actually respectful to his parents, most of the time! But I digress. The plot is well-conceived and fun. With dead bodies turning up in the middle of efforts to open a retro, 40s-era restaurant, Chris and Pamela Cross, have their hands full. That's even with the help of about the best independent contractor I've encountered, fictional or not! There's mild suspense, plenty of suspects, and good clues. A nice twist at the end, too. All in all a good kickoff to the Bogey Man Mystery Series. A recommended read for fans of cozy mystery.
A very creative mystery series where the present is combine with the 1940s. While not fixing a cozy there is no sex or violence and two golden labs. A new author for me and I will read her again. The was a surprise and not what I thought. I remember the 40s very well and the story has taken me on Memory Lane.
Pam and Chris watch their restaurant burn to the ground. Rebuilding the it they buy an old Victorian home to remodel. Sherlock and Watson, the labs find a skeleton in the basement. The murder is a cold as it occur in the 40s and the police okay them researching for information on it.
I love a mystery and "Bogey Nights" certainly provided me with an intriguing plot and a cast of wonderful characters to read (and care) about. (I feel as if I know Pamela and Chris Cross and their son.) But this novel and the others in Marja McGraw's Bogey Man series go a step further; they make me smile (and sometimes laugh) as I read them. The best way I can describe her books is to say that they are "feel good" mysteries. In my opinion, it takes quite a writing talent to accomplish that. I highly recommend this novel and the others in the series.
I would have given this five stars because it's a fun book except for being totally put off by the lip curling under which was repeated about 100 times too many. A good editor would have been useful in this respect. I almost didn't finish the book because of that wretched lip. Otherwise, it was a fun book to read; just what I wanted.
Over all this is a very good mystery with just a hint of "cold case files" only they make a good team-husband and wife team. The story has an air of realism and family atmosphere as well. Even though they are talking murder, twice, there is no foul language or bad sex scene, which I really liked. There is a bit of editing issues, but not bad. Thank you I'll be looking for more from this author.
When fire destroys their forties-themed restaurant, Pamela and Chris Cross buy a vintage house with the intent of starting over again.

Renovation is barely begun when their dogs, appropriately named Sherlock and Watson, uncover a body buried in the cellar. Chris, who bears a striking resemblance to Humphrey Bogart, and Pamela are drawn into an investigation, which is encouraged by their past as well as relatives of the victim and new acquaintance, Janet, a homicide cop whose superiors aren't interested in expending resources on a cold case.

Their path leads them to an elderly woman who formerly owned the house, assorted other characters, another body, threats and danger before the case is solved.

Pamela and Chris are a couple you wouldn't mind spending time with and the story held my interest throughout. If you like your mysteries in the cozy mode, you'll find this a good choice. Though the clues were there, the ending took me by surprise.