The Flaming Luau of Death

The Flaming Luau of Death When Holly Nichols sets her wedding date trendy L A party planner Madeline Bean decides to throw her top assistant the hippest and most lavish bridal shower on the planet The guests embark on a desti

  • Title: The Flaming Luau of Death
  • Author: Jerrilyn Farmer
  • ISBN: 9780060587291
  • Page: 315
  • Format: Hardcover
  • When Holly Nichols sets her wedding date, trendy L.A party planner Madeline Bean decides to throw her top assistant the hippest and most lavish bridal shower on the planet The guests embark on a destination party to a fabulous and exclusive spa resort in Hawaii The salt rubs The paraffin pedicures The dead body in the mud bath Ew.It doesn t help matters when HollyWhen Holly Nichols sets her wedding date, trendy L.A party planner Madeline Bean decides to throw her top assistant the hippest and most lavish bridal shower on the planet The guests embark on a destination party to a fabulous and exclusive spa resort in Hawaii The salt rubs The paraffin pedicures The dead body in the mud bath Ew.It doesn t help matters when Holly confesses to Maddie that she can t really go through with the upcoming wedding after all In her effort to smooth the matrimonial path for her dear friend, Madeline must track down the mystery man Holly may have married ten years earlier and never actually got around to divorcing How hard can that be

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    • Jerrilyn Farmer

      Jerrilyn Farmer, the author of the acclaimed, award winning Madeline Bean novels, is a TV writer who has written for game shows such as Jeopardy and Supermarket Sweep, and sketch comedy specials for Dana Carvey, Jon Lovitz, Timothy Stack, Cheri Oteri, Tim Meadows, and others Farmer also teaches mystery writing at the UCLA Extension s Writers Program.

    791 thoughts on “The Flaming Luau of Death

    • I liked the story, and I'm not too picky about the far-fetched usually, this sometimes pushed it a little though. But mystery will do that on occasion. I wanted to love the characters a little more, but I still think I'll give Jerrilyn Farmer some more consideration.




    • This is a story with many interesting characters, a setting in Hawaii, and an ending that will make the reader smile.


    • I bought this cozy amateur-detective mystery for my sweet bride as a gift to represent reservations I had made for a surprise trip to the Big Island of Hawaii, where the novel is set. Chick lit is a genre written primarily by women for women, with a female protagonist, often written in the first person, in a personal and often humourous tone. This book is definitely chick lit. The story includes numerous details about exactly what everyone was wearing, about make-up and hair, and explores the fe [...]


    • Madeline and Wes are throwing a destination bachelorette party for their assistant Holly. A weekend in Hawaii sounds wonderful. However, trouble starts before they even leave LA when they find out Holly might not be single. Then a murder in Hawaii leads Madeline to start investigating what is happening. The change of destination is fun, the characters are still strong, and the plot is great.I just wish this weren't the last in the series.Read my full review at Carstairs Considers.


    • I hated the first fifty pages. The only reasons I continued to read this book were 1. my son picked it at the library and 2 I didn't think it would be fair to give a review to an unfinished book. The author must have phoned in the first half of the book. I cannot fathom why this book was published. It seems the author expected the reader to already know her main character. Not having read any of the other Madeline Bean novels the story and characters were disjointed. This book gave me a headache [...]


    • Giving this new (to me) author a try - the title caught my eye. I'll let you know if I plan on going back and reading the rest of the series. This is #7.This one took me awhile - had it on my bed table and read a little before bed each night - many times I would doze off after about 3 paragraphs - not because the book was boring, just because the day was long! I really did enjoy it though - will have to go back and catch the rest of the series.


    • Farmer presents a fun and delicious mystery series with the Madeline Bean novels set in Los Angeles. I just wish that Farmer would follow the lead of Joann Fluke and create a cookbook of the many recipes in the series. I enjoyed the romp throughout Hawaii and the snippets of Hawaiian history. I feel that Farmer downplays emotions, especially with Holly and her friend Liz. Farmer writes a happy mystery where most problems are resolved and the murder is just a sugarcoated death.


    • This book was hysterical! I originally picked it up just because of the title. I mean, come on -- I just had to! I took it on a long weekend getaway and read it every chance I got. Love Maddie and her crazy crew! Oh yeah, there was murder and mayhem and a Hawaiian vacation, too. But mostly there was laughter.


    • I don't know why I had so much trouble getting into this book, I normally like the mysteries in this series. However, the mystery was solid, the reader was given enough clues to figure it most of it out but there were a few surprises along the way. A good solid mystery.


    • I'm almost done with the series, and this is my favoriteThe story line is fun, and over the top. I read to escape, and going to Hawaii is a good time for sure. I'm sad that there is only one book left.


    • Fun story, with good humor. However, the acceptance of homosexuality and casual sex (though neither one was blatant) turned me off. This is the first of Farmer's books that I have read but doubt I'll read any more. Guess I'm not as "modern" as I thought I was! :-)


    • funny, zany, over-the-top. I wanted to go with them to Hawaii! I hadn't read any of this author's books before and I think I will have to read the others. This book was good on its own, you didn't need to read the previous ones.


    • One last summer reada far-fetched, random, silly read, but like cotton candy for the brain, I completely enjoyed it (and finished it easily within a day) - I especially liked the little bits about Hawaii and the over-the-top party planning.


    • For some reason I thought this was book 1 and it's actually book 7. Am intrigued to know what came before so I'll definitely be adding 1-6 to my reading list.




    • Win win win win and one more win. I loved this. I am desperately looking for the next book--I hope my library has it on the shelves!





    • I have to say it again - I just LOVE this series!! This book was especially fun with the adventure to Hawaii and it took me forever to guess at what the mystery involved.


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