A Fatal Appraisal

A Fatal Appraisal

J.B. Stanley Ellery Adams / May 22, 2019

A Fatal Appraisal Amateur sleuth Molly Appleby is in Richmond Virginia to cover a taping of the hit antiques show Hidden Treasures But after the show s main appraiser inspects an th century desk with hidden compart

  • Title: A Fatal Appraisal
  • Author: J.B. Stanley Ellery Adams
  • ISBN: 9780425212646
  • Page: 352
  • Format: Paperback
  • Amateur sleuth Molly Appleby is in Richmond, Virginia, to cover a taping of the hit antiques show Hidden Treasures But after the show s main appraiser inspects an 18th century desk with hidden compartments, she finds him dead Molly thinks that the antique desk holds the key to this 21st century crime It s up to her to collect the clues before new blood is shed overAmateur sleuth Molly Appleby is in Richmond, Virginia, to cover a taping of the hit antiques show Hidden Treasures But after the show s main appraiser inspects an 18th century desk with hidden compartments, she finds him dead Molly thinks that the antique desk holds the key to this 21st century crime It s up to her to collect the clues before new blood is shed over old rarities.

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      • J.B. Stanley Ellery Adams

        Also writes under the pseudonyms Ellery Adams and Jennifer Stanley.J.B Stanley is the nom de plume of New York Times Bestselling author Ellery Adams Adams grew up on a beach near the Long Island Sound Having spent her adult life in a series of landlocked towns, she cherishes her memories of open water, violent storms, and the smell of the sea Ms Adams has held many jobs including that of caterer, retail clerk, car salesperson, teacher, tutor, and tech writer, all the while penning poems, children s books, and novels She now writes full time from her home in Virginia.For killer mysteries, visit elleryadamsmysteries


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    1. I love this series it's wonderful! There were 3 so far and am so waiting for the next in the series. Try it believe me you'll love them. Makes you love antiques even more!Amateur sleuth Molly Appleby is in Richmond, Virginia, to cover a taping of the hit antiques show Hidden Treasures. But after the show's main appraiser inspects an 18th-century desk with hidden compartments, she finds him dead. Molly thinks that the antique desk holds the key to this 21st-century crime. It's up to her to collec [...]


    2. JB Stanley asked me to be her friend, right around the time a close friend of mine recommend Karen MacInerney's Gray Whale series. In one of Karen's books, she mentioned JB Stanley, as well as the Cozy Chicks, of which they are both members. So, I checked out all of her books from the library and I LOVED them!! The two series are both so different, yet both are excellent.This series follows Molly Appleby, who is a writer for Collector's Weekly in Richmond, VA. This second book in the series deal [...]


    3. This book intertwined early American history with a modern mystery, and tied it together with a secret drawer in an antique desk. Not only was the story well-written and the characters seemed real, but I learned about antique furniture and how early furniture makers sometimes put secret drawers and slots in their creations. Good for history buffs, antique buffs, and anyone who enjoys a good mystery!


    4. FunEnjoy this murder mystery so much plus learned so much info about antique furniture. Great characters and more in-depth study of them. Looking forward to the next book


    5. Collector's Weekly reporter Molly Appleby is in Richmond, VA in this second book of the series. She is covering the TV show Hidden Treasures which is similar to Antiques Roadshow. She stays in a B&B with several of the show's appraisers and flirts with a British appraiser named Garrett. An antique writing desk, rare gold coins, a house full of antiques and mold, and two murders make for a lively story. Once again Molly sticks her nose in and figures out whodunit. Another fun and educational [...]


    6. There were too many characters, and most described in a cliched, cardboard way. The audiobook narrator wasn't great (nor authentic) with some of the accents. The choppy storyline was littered with a lot of profanity for a cozy mystery. The author mistakenly describes "supper" as a large, mid-day meal; I have never, ever heard that!Also, she was obsessed with body weight, food, attractiveness (or not). Ugh.


    7. Amateur sleuth Molly Appleby is in Richmond, Virginia, to cover a taping of the hit antiques show Hidden Treasures. But after the show's main appraiser inspects an 18th-century desk with hidden compartments, she finds him dead. Molly thinks that the antique desk holds the key to this 21st-century crime. It's up to her to collect the clues before more new blood is shed over old rarities. This book was not only entertaining, but educational. 4 stars.


    8. Enjoyable mystery with an entertaining story line about an Antiques Road Show type program and the murder that occurs during their filming in Raleigh. I listened to this on audio and that production was nicely done.


    9. I always enjoy books which include crafts or the arts in the storeline. This mystery series focuses on antiques and lets face it, I am fast becoming one. The books offer some basic antiques history as well as referencing historical period. I especially enjoyed this books reference to the Georgia Gold Rush and the federal reserve bank that was Daloneaga, GA. Visited the area with my kids several years ago and would like to go back again.




    10. Good bookLiking this cozy mystery series more and more! Ellery Adams is a good even great author look forward to the rest of the series!



    11. In this second installment of the Collectable Mysteries series Molly who works for Collector's Weekly has a new assignment in Richmond, Virginia. She is a little worried about how her workplace romance is going with Matt because they haven't been able to get much alone time and now she was being shipped off on another assignment.She is there to interview the staff of a collector show called Hidden Treasures and while there one of the show's appraisers is found dead. Once again Molly is dawning h [...]


    12. 4.25 starsI received this book from Tantor for an honest review.This is book two in the Antiques and Collectibles mysteries. I found that I enjoyed this book more than book 1. I really enjoyed the character buiding in this installment. The main characters were the same but more detailed was given to them. The entrants of the new characters were also a breath of fresh air. Although I realized who the murder culprit was early on, it was fun to continue reading to see if I guessed correctly. As a w [...]


    13. *****May Contain Spoilers*****I love this author's books! It was a little harder to find this book (I know, who carries books 1 and 3 but not 2??), so I was excited when I did. Even though I'm in the middle of two other books, I started reading this one right away. It was well worth it! It sucked me in and if I didn't have to work, I'd have read it in one day. The point of views are perfect. It was a little tricky a few times because it would start as one character's POV on the phone and end wit [...]


    14. Molly Appleby, a writer for Collector's Weekly, is in Richmond, Virginia on an assignment to cover the taping of the popular antiques show Hidden Treasures. (Just think of PBS's Antique Roadshow.) People from all over bring their treasures to be appraised. The taping of the show is being done at a museum that is featuring an exhibit of Civil War memorabilia. Frank Sterling is the main appraiser for furniture. While he inspects a beautiful eighteenth-century desk he discovering a secret compartme [...]


    15. In A Fatal Appraisal by Ellery Adams, Molly Appleby travels to Richmond to report on the popular television show Hidden Treasures for Collector's Weekly. A takeoff on the actual TV show Antiques Roadshow, Hidden Treasures encourages the public to bring their personal treasures for appraisal. Molly loves the atmosphere of the show and the quaint bed and breakfast where she is staying. Yes, Victoria, the hostess, and Frank, the furniture appraiser, don't seem to get along very well, but what do yo [...]


    16. I love this author's works under her nom de plume; however, for some reason this heroine is not resonating with me. Yet, again, I will purchase the third installment because I have to see what happens with her and a certain gent. The antiques and collectibles world is fascinating and the mini back stories this author includes on the main pieces in this series are rather unique. I feel like I'm getting two stores for the price of one. This author's style of writing is always a nice pace and a ple [...]


    17. I've read all the books in this series and am really hoping she continues to write more. I can't speak more highly about these books. They're unique, well-written, and incredibly enjoyable. I walk away having learned many new things after finishing each book.I like how Ellery Adams puts such great backstories in her novels. In this book, the desk's history. I don't want to go into too much detail and give spoilers, but her in-depth (without it being too much or confusing) stories and description [...]


    18. A fatal appraisal book 2This series keeps growing on me. I love Ellery Adams books and this series just keeps getting better and better.In the second book of the series,Molly Appleby is assigned to do an article for Collectors weekly on a tv show that is about appraising antiques. As usual we meet all kinds of characters along the way,along with two murders.Great storytelling.


    19. The sequel is as good or better than the first book.!!Loved it, loved it, loved it! Wonderful! Well-written and a fun, yet informative read. The characters are great, and keep you coming back for more. You can imagine walking down a street, meeting the main character by chance, and asking for her autograph because you are such a big fan of her articles.Keep ' em coming, Ellery Adams, you definitely have a fan here! MW


    20. Molly Appleby lover her job writing about auctions and estate sales. She also loves to dabble at being a detective. When an appraiser she is interviewing turns up dead, she must find out who did it. Did she kiss the killer?I love Ellery Adams work and find this series not to be a disappointment.


    21. The story line was great antiques show which puts one in the mind of the antique road show and person who goes to cover the story of these Civil War memorabilia but in addition to this awesome chance to show her talent she becomes involved in solving not one but two murders. Quick read and a few laughs.


    22. Great FunAfter reading the first book in the series, I was compelled to see what new adventures Molly and Clara would find. The books are filled with a wonderful sense of place. As a Southerner, I especially love the information on antiques. I can't wait to read the next book. Thank you.


    23. This is the second in the Molly Appleby series and a great follow up to A Killer Collection. Molly is headed to Richmond to get behind the scene material on the TV show Antique Treasures. What I particularly enjoy about this series is that Stanley provides the reader with information from the past and ties it in with the mystery. Looking forward to reading book three, A Deadly Dealer.


    24. Very amateurish. Although I was interested in the Richmond setting and the antiques appraisals, the plot was stilted and the writing was amateurish. Too many characters. In many scenes, there were so many people present that you knew most of them were just standing around while some lines were said. Here's another hint: this book has been out for 10 years and there are 322 reviews.


    25. This is the second book in the Collectible Mystery series. This time the main character, Molly Appleby, is covering the antiques show,Hidden Treasures. During her work, Frank Sterling,the show's main appraiser is killed by mold on an antique desk. Molly decides to help the police find the killer. The book was an easy fast read. Enjoyable especially for the information about antiques.


    26. Another winning book in this series!! If you love antiques and behind the scenes looks at the antiques world along with some pretty intriguing whodunits, then this is the series for you! Very well written, fast paced and filled with plenty of intrigue, twists and red herrings! Can't wait to read even more books in this series!


    27. What a great series!Molly Applegate is sent on assignment to chocolate to interview appraisers for the TV show Hidden Treasures. While writing articles c lets to keep her editor happy she finds a body and kisses a mastermind to steal valuable gold coins


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