Baked To Death

Baked To Death With the help of some dandy little pills Simon can get through his first summer in Snupperton Mumsley with only a mild aversion to the sun On the other hand his assistant Giles Blitherington is be

  • Title: Baked To Death
  • Author: Dean A.James
  • ISBN: 9780758204882
  • Page: 299
  • Format: Paperback
  • With the help of some dandy little pills, Simon can get through his first summer in Snupperton Mumsley with only a mild aversion to the sun On the other hand, his assistant, Giles Blitherington, is bemoaning the beginning of the season A medieval faire is coming to town and setting up tent practically in Blitherington Hall s backyard It doesn t take Simon long to don tWith the help of some dandy little pills, Simon can get through his first summer in Snupperton Mumsley with only a mild aversion to the sun On the other hand, his assistant, Giles Blitherington, is bemoaning the beginning of the season A medieval faire is coming to town and setting up tent practically in Blitherington Hall s backyard It doesn t take Simon long to don tunic and tights and gambol straight into controversy The group putting on the faire is in the midst of a power struggle Their king is about to be dethroned by a charismatic and popular duke But when the usurper is poisoned by way of a fig pastry, Simon is confronted with enough suspects to fill a royal court Now Simon must infiltrate the players to uncover a murderer most medieval.

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    • Very sad to come to the end of the last of this little series, but I have to say, it ended in style, and it was my fave of all 4 of them!I completely love Simon and Giles, and wish I could go and live in Snupperton Mumsley, it sounds like the most fun village in England (well, asides from all the murders, of course!)


    • I really got into this book and I had fun imagining these characters in costume and loved the language Dean James used for his characters. I was guessing right up to the end. I also loved the ending of this book. I truly hope Mr James writes another book in this series, I would line up to buy it!


    • .Interesting mystery with a touch of romance. i didn't guess who the guilty person was til the end.Looking forward to more adventures with Simon and his friend Giles.


    • Time Taken To Read - 3 daysBlurb From With the help of some dandy little pills, Simon can get through his first summer in Snupperton-Mumsley with only a mild aversion to the sun. On the other hand, his assistant, Giles Blitherington, is bemoaning the beginning of the season. A medieval faire is coming to town--and setting up tent practically in Blitherington Hall's backyard. It doesn't take Simon long to don tunic and tights and gambol straight into controversy. The group putting on the faire is [...]


    • Baked To Death (Simon Kirby-Jones Mysteries) by Dean JamesEdition: HardcoverContinuing a wonderful series, August 10, 2011 This review is from: Baked To Death (Simon Kirby-Jones Mysteries) (Hardcover) This was my 4th read in this Simon Kirby-Jones series by Dean James. IF I've gotten to the 4th book in a series someone is doing something right and that someone must be Dean James. All I can say about Dean is that he most certainly is a gifted writer and developer of characters.I really appreciate [...]


    • I liked the book despite the vampire angle not because of it. In fact, I think it would've been better if we'd just had the mystery without that part. Still, it wasn't a completely intrusive element like I thought it might be.Simon Kirby-Jones is a gay vampire who writes historical romantic fiction. Oi. His assistant Giles is in love with him, but doesn't know Simon's secret about being a vampire.When Simon's old lover shows up and wants to win Simon back, Giles gets jealous.I mention all this b [...]


    • I've spent the last few days reading all four books in this series and I've really enjoyed them. They are cozy mysteries which are set in a small village in England. Simon Kirby-Jones is a gay vampire who finds himself investigating murders. If you are concerned with the terms gay and vampire each is not a major factor in the series. Simon has his little pills which make it possible to head out into the sunshine as well as live without drinking blood. I liked the writing in the books and I reall [...]


    • Posted to Death. Faked to Death. Decorated to Death. Baked to Death. Books by Dean James. I wanted a light mystery series and found this series of 4 books featuring a gay vampire detective- Simon Kirby Jones. "Gay vampire" was the ploy used to differentiate itself from other cozy mysteries but the character was taking anti-vampire pills which defeated the whole purpose. Also, there seemed to be an unbelievably high number of gay characters in each book. Certain characters, dialogue and situation [...]


    • This was a solid three stars with a four star ending. The story itself was okay, but the sheer profusion of gay characters became a bit wearying. I mean, there cannot possibly be that many gay men wandering around the average English village. But the ending made up for anything lacking in the rest of the book, plus some.Although I would be happy to read another Simon Kirby-Jones book in the future if the author decides to write one, I felt like this was a solid end to the series and gave us clos [...]


    • Enjoyable fourth and last book in this series about a gay history author from America living in a small English village, who is secretly a successful romance and mystery author and by the way, a vampire. A vampire whose need for blood and sun "allergy" is controlled by medication. Additionally in the tradition of British cozy mysteries, murders happen around him (as he calls it the "Jessica Fletcher syndrome") and he solves them.


    • A medieval faire comes to Blithington Hall. An old friend, Tristan also comes to Laurel Cottage in an attempt to reconcile with Simon. Simon faces the choice of Tristan or Giles. This is complicated by telling Giles that he is a vampire. The death of one of the medieval "dukes" also becomes a complication since the victim knew Tristan's secret and wanted to become a vampire. His death solved one problem but made Tristan a suspect


    • 3.5 stars. Good gay mystery in which an old friend shows up trying to regain Simon's affections and a medieval fair provides a dangerous distraction. This was the last book in the series and one thing had to happen for me to be happy with how it ended. I'm happy. :)


    • The plot wasn't quite as good as the previous ones (as far as I can recall), but I found it to be a great conclusion to the series--assuming the author doesn't write a new one. Hint hint. And I did enjoy the ending,









    • I'm afraid I just wasn't in the mood for Simon this time around. I skimmed through this one and quickly passed it on.




    • I totally wasn't expecting the gay vampires in the book but once I got past that aspect I really enjoyed the mystery in the story and the setting at a medieval fair.



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