Needled to Death (A Helping Hands Mystery #1)

Needled to Death (A Helping Hands Mystery #1) As a colleague of deputy coroner Mattie Winston, social worker Clothilde Hildy Schneider is no stranger to unsolved murders at Sorenson General Hospital Except this time, it s up to her to crack the caseMotivated by her own difficult past, Hildy has an unparalleled commitment to supporting troubled clients through grief and addiction in Sorenson, Wisconsin But when a distraught group therapy member reveals disturbing details about her late son s potential murder, Hildy goes from dedicated mental health professional to in over her head amateur sleuth Alongside her loyal therapy Golden Retriever, Hildy stumbles through incriminating clues and an unlikely partnership with Detective Bob Richmond, the irresistibly headstrong cop who shares her passion for helping others With signs of foul play surfacing all over town, can Hildy and Detective Richmond pinpoint the deadly traits of a sharp witted killer before another seat gets filled at grief therapy Praise for Annelise Ryan and her Mattie Winston series The funniest deputy coroner to cut up a corpse since, well, ever Laura Levine, author of Killer Cruise The forensic details will interest Patricia Cornwell readers while the often slapstick humor and the blossoming romance between Mattie and Hurley will draw Evanovich fans Booklist Best Read Needled to Death (A Helping Hands Mystery #1) Author Annelise Ryan For Kindle ePUB or eBook – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 336 pages
  • Needled to Death (A Helping Hands Mystery #1)
  • Annelise Ryan
  • 04 July 2017

10 thoughts on “Needled to Death (A Helping Hands Mystery #1)

  1. says:

    Dollycas s ThoughtsStill dealing with my own grief for a loved one I was a little nervous about reading this book but I really wanted to support the author from my home state An author whose own books have brightened some of my dark days I decided to push ahead knowing that if it got to be too much I could always stop I am so glad I started reading because a few uncomfortable moments at the beginning of the...

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    I love this whole idea for a storyline, and Hildy was such a fun and funny character I got a kick out of how she just asserted herself around Bob the detective She definitely went after whatever it was that she wanted I really enjoyed the character of PJ, her 11 year old neighbor who was very faithful about walking Hildy s dog Roscoe She waslike 11 going on 17 or older, very intelligent but her middle school nature came out w...

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    I have long been a friend of Annelise Ryan and I was pleased to download this book and review it The first book in a new A Helping Hands series The protagonist is a social worker and in charge of Therapy Department of Sorenson Hospital In her grief forum she learns the murder of the son of grief stricken Mother Hildy, a teams up with Bob Richmond, a Sorenson detective who work together to solve the murder I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS BOOK.Disclosure Thanks to Kensington Books for a copy through I have long been a friend of Annelise Ryan and I was pleased to download this book and review it The first book in a new A Helping Hands series The protagonist is a social worker and in charge of Therapy Department of Sorenson Hospital In...

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    Annalise Ryan s new Helping Hands series is a winner As a longtime fan of Ryan s Mattie Winston series, I was excited to read the debut of the new series To my pleased surprise, this new series focuses on a character introduced in her last book, Hildy Schneider, a hospital social worker And we meet up again with police officer, Bob Richmond, who plays an important role in this new series In Hildy s grief counseling group, a new member challenges the group to help her prove her her son s deat Annalise Ryan s new Helping Hands series is a winner As a longtime fan of Ryan s Mattie Winston series, I was excited to read the debut of the new series To my pleased surprise, this...

  5. says:

    Needled to Death is the first book in Annelise Ryan s A Helping Hands Mystery series The storyline is well and flows at a steady pace This is a little grittier than your typical cozy mystery, but it does contain all of the requisite cozy elements and doesn t include graphic violence, gratuitous adult situations, or harsh adult language Clothilde Hildy Schneider is a social worker at Sorenson General Hospital and oversees a bereavement support group in Sorenson, Wisconsin where she shares he Needled to Death is the first book in Annelise Ryan s A Helping Hands Mystery series The storyline is well and flows at a steady pace This is a little grittier than your typical cozy mystery, but it does contain all of the requisite cozy elements and doesn t include graphic violence, gratuitous adult situations, or harsh adult...

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    Hildy is a former foster child, who now helps clients through grief and addiction She has a grief group, when a new woman shows up saying her son died of an overdose but she knows he didn t do drugs Hildy decides to look into it She finds some odd things and gets the police to reopen the case The author makes Hildy seem like a real person with details about her life, that don t get in the way of the mystery Hildy also is trying for a...

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    NOTE This should have been a 4 star review but I just read a 1 star that made my blood boil and decided to raise the rating to 5.It s a new series and it s got a lot of potential but also some of the usual issues of a first instalment.I loved Hildy she s damaged, quirky and fun at the same time A very good an unusual character for a cozy mystery I also love the rest of the cast of characters, I found them fleshed out and likeable.The plot is engrossing and entertaining, some parts requires NOTE This should have been a 4 star review but I just read a 1 star that made my blood boil and decided to raise the rating to 5.It s a new series and it s got a lot of potential but also some of the usual issues of a first instalment.I loved Hildy she s damaged, quirky and fun at the same time A very good an unusual character for a cozy mystery I also love the rest of the cast of characters, I found them fleshed out and likeable.The plot i...

  8. says:

    Thank you to NetGalley and Kensington Publishing for allowing me to read this book All thoughts and opinions are my own.I can still see the shadows of death on some of their faces, evident in the droop of their eyes, the taut, thin line of their lips, and the pale, pasty coloring of their skin from spending too much time indoors hiding away from society and life.This is the first book...

  9. says:

    Sharon, a newcomer in Hildy s bereavement support group, announces her son was murdered and did not commit suicide as the police believe She begs for their help in proving it was a murder Hildy then not only finds herself involved in looking into this death but it also brings back her desire to getinformation on a decades old murder close to her heart I really like the way this story was written First the author pulls you into the mystery and then introduces the characters It has myst Sharon, a newcomer in Hildy s bereavement support group, announces her son was murdered and did not commit suicide as the police believe She begs for their help in proving it was a murder Hildy then not only finds herself involved in looking into this death but it also brings back her desire to getinformation on a decades old murder close to her heart I really like the way this story ...

  10. says:

    Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for the chance to read this book First of all, I liked how this took a different approach to the wholesleuth detective theme most cozies have going on There is usually a distinct difference, but in this one the Police are using social workers to help solve crimes or offer a different perspective, and Hildy gets to seeof the background of police work At the same time it retains a cozy feel without violence although there IS mentions of drug use an Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for the chance to read this book First of all, I liked how this took a different approach to the wholesleuth detective theme most cozies have going on There is usually a distinct difference, but in this one the Police are using social workers to help solve crimes or offer a different perspective, and Hildy gets to seeof the background of police work At the same time it retains a cozy feel wit...

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