Cancans, Croissants, and Caskets

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  • Title: Cancans, Croissants, and Caskets
  • Author: Mary McHugh
  • ISBN: 9781617733635
  • Page: 427
  • Format: Paperback
Cancans, Croissants, and Caskets

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  • Dollycas s ThoughtsI want to be a Happy Hoofer They travel to awesome places and dance Sometimes they tap their way right into a bunch of trouble but they always seem to shuffle their way out If you haven t met the Happy Hoofers they are a group of friends that love to dance Tina is leader of the group She keeps everything organized She is the Travel Editor at Perfect Bride magazine Janice is an actress and director in community theater She is divorced with a daughter in college Pat is a family [...]


  • In this third Happy Hoofers Mystery the ladies are in France, dancing on a bateau each night while living and sight seeing in Paris for the week The Hoofers are a group of five 50 ladies who love to dance, Gini, Tina, MaryLouise, Pat and Janice They all have other jobs professions and do this on the side They are entertaining on the trip so get a free trip out of the deal Janice narrates this story She is an actress who is also beautiful so attracts men like flies to a picnic She says what she t [...]


  • An okay mystery but I have zero interest in touring Paris and was rather bored and let s not mention the 10 pages of cooking lessons This book was definitely not written with me in mind lolIn case you re wondering why I read it in the first place, it has the Eiffel Tower on the cover and I needed that for a reading challenge.


  • Mary McHugh is a new author to me, I m sorry that i didn t discover her previously I loved this book, set in Paris, about an over 50 dance group The Happy Hoofers have been hired to provide entertainment on a sight seeing boat on the Seine River From a Russian cruise to a Spanish train to the sights of beautiful France Go ahead and join the ladies for a fun filled romp through some of the most beautiful countries in the world I received an advance copy of this book in exchange for an unbiased re [...]


  • This is the second Happy Hoofers book I have read The Hoofers are five friends Tina, Gini, Pat, Jan and Mary Louise who tap dance and have been invited to perform all over the world Each book is told from a different dancer s point of view This one is told by Janice,Rogers, an actress, who also happens to have the wildest adventure on this trip.The ladies are invited to perform on a dinner cruise show boat Bateau Mouche in Paris for the week surrounding Bastille Day a F te Nationale Fran aise Ea [...]


  • This is a new series for me It is not published yet I received it from Net Galley for an honest review.I loved the book I enjoyed the fact that the five Happy Hoofers were in Paris to perform on July Fourteenth Bastille day, like our Fourth of July Tina, Mary Louise, Gini, Pat, and Janice travel the world tap dancing I learned many things about Paris that I did not know and many things that I did know, but had forgotten Gini had lived in Paris for over a year so she was able to show the others s [...]


  • The premise of this book sounded interesting, and not having read the previous two books in the series, I expected to be a little behind on character development This ended up being the case, but unfortunately, there was no character development Eventually I went on to understand that the main character is a beautiful actress, one of the other dancers is a lesbian, one is super religious and one is some kind of Francophile Why they re all dancing in this group and people hire them is beyond unde [...]


  • This was a surprising find for me I had never heard of the author or the series, but was given the book by a friend It s a composite of a travelogue, cook book and murder mystery It is rather predictable, but charming nonetheless, involving 5 middle aged Happy Hoofers, tap dancers who take a job on a tour boat in Paris and run into a murder I really liked the descriptions of Paris and the descriptions of the various foods, complete with recipes, and would read of this series It s an easy read a [...]


  • This was a good cozy mystery utilizing a dance group of five women The women have other full time jobs but they travel together as a dance group on one week engagements abroad This time in Paris The descriptions of Paris are great This is a quick, easy read but the multiple murders and kidnapping is a bit too much.


  • I just finished reading Cancans, Croissants, and Caskets by Mary McHugh It is the third book in The Happy Hoofers Mystery series The Happy Hoofers are off the Paris, France They are dancing on the Bateau Mouche It is a boat that does dinner cruises on the Seine They will dance each evening for a week five days The ladies rented an apartment to stay at while they are in Paris The Happy Hoofers include Janice Rogers actress , Tina Powell travel writer for a bridal magazine , Gini Miller documentar [...]


  • Title Cancans, Croissants, and Caskets Happy Hoofers Mystery 2Author Mary McHughPublished 8 25 15Publisher Kensington BooksPages 352Genre Mystery, Thrillers SuspenseSub Genre Women s Fiction Cozy Mystery ISBN 9781617733635ASIN B00QDYYJR2Reviewer DelAnneReviewed For NetGalley The Happy Hoofers have packed their bags and are headed of to Paris to dance the cancan on the dinner cruise ship, Bateau Mouche translated means Riverboat after being hired by Henri and Madeleine Fouchet They are to perform [...]


  • Cancans, Croissants and Caskets is the third installment in the Happy Hoofers Mystery series This book finds the five tap dancing friends Tina, Mary Louise, Gini, Pat and Jan hired to perform on a Bateau Mouche sightseeing boat on the Seine in Paris Each of the books is narrated by a different member of the group and Cancans is told from Janice Roger s perspective.The group arrives in Paris on Bastille Day, which is the American equivalent of Independence Day so things around the city are very b [...]


  • Note There s no actual details, but this review is spoilerish.This is a joint review for Flamenco, Flan and Fatalities and Cancans, Croissants and Caskets because they are basically the same book I haven t read the first one in the series The set up is that there is this 50ish troupe of 5 women who do dance performances and get to travel because of it Murders occur during the trip, one or fall in love lust despite being on trips of a week or less , one of the gals gets in danger because she not [...]


  • Oh, dear I m not sure where to begin, so I ll just share the things that ruined this book for me It s not a mystery and shouldn t be marketed as such The main character and her friends do nothing to try to solve it It just happens where they are Main characters who are 50 year old tap dancers who are so sexy that every man they meet and some women are trying to bed them Hey, I m almost 50 and am not saying there aren t beautiful, sexy women in this age range, but s pretty over the top here, with [...]


  • Absolutely LOVED this book I m not exactly sure which this is in the series, but wish I d have known about them The author caught me right in the beginning, which is hard to do This seems like it s in the cozy genre honestly , many of those are quite boring until you re about halfway through, or just poorly written The authors use of descriptions made me feel as if I lived in Paris all my life, yet I was never there Beautifully descriptive captivating read My mind was given a vacation to France [...]


  • I received a free copy of this book from Net Galley in exchange for an honest review You can t tiptoe when murder s afoot It s Bastille Day in Paris The Happy Hoofers Tina, Janice, Pat, Mary Louise, and Gini are all set to kick off the fete by dancing the cancan on a beautiful sightseeing cruise down the Seine As the leggy ladies soak in the magic of the city of lights, everything is magnifiqueuntil a very important patron goes belly up on the top deck.On the heels of their French debut, murder [...]


  • There s a fair amount of humour in this Parisian murder mystery where I guessed who the murderer was very early on but I didn t care I was laughing too much at the escapades of the dancing friends, who have great fun as they work on board a boat despite the murder which they delve into head and feet first They get put in lots of danger, some where I thought the end had to be near because there was seemingly no way out of certain sticky situations I was frustrated on their behalf at the way the e [...]


  • I couldn t wait to read another fun adventure of Happy Hoofers, five dancers in their fifties who perform around the world Each book is narrated from the point of view of one of the dancers and takes place in a different country from Spain we pass to the magical atmosphere of Paris The descriptions of Paris are very well done, really it seems to be there.Tina, Pam Gini, Janice, Mary Louise must perform with a cancan on the Bateau Mouche, a cruise ship along the Seine The night of their debut the [...]


  • Happy Hoofers Book 3I was given this book by NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review.This is the first time I have read anything by this author I was pleasantly surprised by the writing style and was hooked from the start If you enjoy traveling, humor and a little bit of romance, be sure to check this series out.The Happy Hoofers are a group of fifty something ladies who love to dance and have a fabulous time doing it, until a dead body appears, that is.The five friends are invited to [...]


  • This book was sent to me from Netgalley in exchange for a honest review.This is the first time I have read a novel by this author Mary McHugh The story takes place in Paris on the Bateau Mouche, which is a sightseeing floating dinner theater There are 5 friend named, Gini, Tina, Pat, Janice and Mary Louise, who are an over the 50 s dance group called the Happy Hoofers as there trip begins they are drawn into a murder mystery when the owner of the theater is murdered The 5 friends hope that this [...]


  • I received this ARC for an honest review from NetgalleyCancans, Croissants, and Caskets is the 3rd book in the Happy Hoofers series, and my second book by this author I read Flamenco, Flan and Fatalities and enjoyed it much than I enjoyed this book In that book the Hoofers work together to solve the murder, and it was suspenseful and fun In Cancans, Croissants, and Caskets the Hoofers do nothing to solve the murder, it just unfolds in the story Every book is told by a different Hoofer, in Flame [...]


  • Takes place in Paris, over the course of about a week, starring 5 amazingly beautiful and talented, fifty something, American tap dancers with varying personalities, a la the Spice Girls Although classified as a mystery, little time is devoted on the story compared to the time raving about the city of Paris, from a tourist s point of view Also covered extensively are recipes and menus encountered Overall frothy and unsurprising, while still being cozy and reassuring Some of the characters would [...]


  • The Happy Hoofers are at it again Wherever they go, these ladies find trouble and murder Paris is no exception This story is so enjoyable The characters are charming and feisty This group of friends are good at what they do both on and off stage I could feel the love and caring that they had for one another It added depth to the story The dialogue was interesting and Paris provided a romantic and mysterious setting The highlights of the City of Lights was a nice touch as were the recipes This st [...]


  • Great Series This is a great series this is the third book in the A Happy Hoofers Mystery series by Mary McHuch This book can be read as a standalone, but once you read one you will want to go back and read the others Tina, Janice, Pat, Mary, Louise, and Gini are members of The Happy Hoofers, they are set to kick off the fete by dancing the cancan on the sightseeing cruise down the Seine On the night of their debut, an important patron ends up murdered The members of the Happy Hoofers put their [...]


  • I love this series, and this book just cemented that opinion for me I love that the main characters are over 50, and that each book is told from the point of view of a different dancer This time around, we get Janice s perspective and get to know about her.I was also thrilled that this story takes place in Paris, which is a place I ve always wanted to visit The author describes it vividly, putting me right in the city And the food there are so many descriptions, and recipes that I look forward [...]


  • Thoroughly entertaining travel mystery The main character in this story seems to have a lot fun than her counterparts telling the other tales in this series though after reading this you may want to ride a carousel then eat croissants.


  • The Happy Hoofers are on the road again, this time in Paris to dance on a dinner cruise on the Seine As always there are a couple of murders, and a lot of eating, sightseeing, and flirting One thing that makes this series different is that each of the books is narrated by a different member of the group, who coincidentally is also the one who comes up with the clue to solve the mystery and is attacked by the murderer So, yes, there s a formula, and the mysteries are pretty incidental to the stor [...]


  • eARC NetgalleyWhat better place for a cozy murder mystery than Paris What is it about that beautiful city that makes any novel better just by association The Happy Hoofers are at it again trying to solve the mystery of who killed the owner of the floating restaurant where they were performing on Bastille Day If it s Paris there must be a little romance to go along with the mystery, n est ce pas And the Hoofers are up to the challenge.A cozy mystery set in Paris for a few hours of light reading.


  • The is second book of this series that I have read I enjoyed the Paris setting, it attractions, the language lesson and the cooking information and recipes However this is not really a mystery There was a slight mystery solved by the police The MC did have bad experiences I plan on reading next.Disclosure I received a free copy from Kensington Books through Netgalley for an honest review I would like to thank them for this opportunity to read and review this book The opinions are my own.


  • The Happy Hoofers, a group of five middle aged women who apparently tap dance at a very high level, are hired to appear on a Seine River boat for a week in July Unfortunately, murder curtails their gig The hook here is that each book is narrated by a different member of the group Janice, an actress so beautiful that men fall in love with her at first sight, is the narrator here Maybe I would have enjoyed it if I d found her sympathetic The motive, finally disclosed, seemed too weak.


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