Scared Stiff by Annelise Ryan

Scared Stiff

By Annelise Ryan

  • Publication Date: 2011-08-01
  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 6 Ratings)

Book Summary

An appealing series on multiple fronts." -Booklist

Shows skill at mixing humor with CSI-style crime." -Publishers Weekly

When Deputy Coroner Mattie Winston and her boss/best friend, Izzy, are called to the home of waitress and part-time model Shannon Tolliver, they find the ghoulish Halloween decorations a bit too authentic. Among the fake blood and skeletons is the corpse of Shannon herself. Since the whole town knows Shannon recently had a very public spat with her estranged husband, Erik, he's suspect #1. But Mattie happens to know Erik truly loved his wife, and is simply incapable of the brutal act-even if he owns the exact same caliber handgun as the murder weapon. . .

Determined to unearth the truth, Mattie puts her scalpel-sharp medical skills to work, and digs a little deeper. What she uncovers is stranger than anyone could have imagined. . .

Praise for Annelise Ryan and Working Stiff

"Has it all: suspense, laughter, a spicy dash of romance. . ." -Tess Gerritsen

"Sassy, sexy, and suspenseful. . .wry and original." -Carolyn Hart

"Make way for Mattie Winston, the funniest deputy coroner to cut up a corpse since, well, ever." -Laura Levine

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Book Opinions

  • Scared Stiff

    By retiredreader
    This second book in the series is even better than the first one. There were several actual laugh out loud scenes, and the mystery was satisfying. The romance plot is somewhat irritating....hard to accept two adults acting like middle-schoolers, but the author needs to build tension, of course. I have already purchased the next in the series.