Who knew planning a calendar photo shoot could be so dangerous…?
Kate and Meg contract to organize location opportunities for a photo shoot featuring a bestselling calendar author. Even better, they learn the royalties from the annual calendars help fund an animal rescue program in their state of Vermont.
Until acts of sabotage start… Followed by murder.
As the police look for suspects, Kate and Meg find their lives suddenly upended by chaos and their own reputations at risk—along with their client's.
Now, it's not enough to fulfill the terms of their contract. They must also find a way to save their client and her rescue program, too.
Can they accomplish all that and avoid finding their next work outfits are matching orange jumpsuits? Or worse...?
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT ORGANIZED FOR SCHEDULED SABOTAGE
"Another chance to solve an organized mystery with Kate and Meg? Yes, please!... Already looking forward to the next adventure!" Ellie's Reads
"The plot was well-paced and the author added some great twists. I was surprised by the actual murderer. I enjoyed all the organizational tips that started each chapter." Escape with Dollycas into a Good Book
Organized for Scheduled Sabotage is the third title in the popular Organized Mysteries series from USA TODAY bestselling author Ritter Ames, which features a small town New England setting and interesting characters, along with humor, strong family and friendship ties, and absorbing cozy mysteries.
A wonderful addition
(I received this advanced copy from the author and voluntarily reviewed it)
“There’s always someone or something to throw a wrench into life”
In this installment, Kate MacKenzie and her trusty sidekick Meg Berman are hired by Liz Tillman,a business calendar author, and her publisher,to get her place staged for a photo shoot highlighting Liz’ work with rescuing animals.
The initial interview goes well. Kate and Meg are sure they can get things ready to the publisher’s standards. Working order out of chaos is what they are good at. However, one of Liz’ former hands is causing her own chaos by claiming the she was the developer of the calendar. Her anger causes no end to the problems that arise. That is, until she is found dead in the barn at the Rescue.
Why and who become the watchwords that the two organizers have learned in other cases. And, as things get muddied in the first setup, an alternative is found to almost be better in the long run.
Will they figured out who the killer is? Why did the victim try to sabotage the Rescue? Was she in the wrong place at the wrong time? Sometimes, it takes an organizer to figure out The who, and then the why catches up.
This series was my original introduction to Ritter Ames and I have been delighted with each story she has written, including the tips and the recipes. To misquote Oliver Twist:” May I have some more please”. Highly enjoyable and recommended.