Heaven to Betsy (What Doesn't Kill You, #5): An Emily Romantic Mystery Pamela Fagan Hutchins

Heaven to Betsy (What Doesn't Kill You, #5): An Emily Romantic Mystery

By Pamela Fagan Hutchins

  • Release Date: 2017-02-22
  • Genre: Women Sleuths
Score: 4.5
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From 26 Ratings
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2015 WINNER USA Best Book Awards, Cross Genre Fiction
A heartfelt and hilarious mystery from this bestselling and award-winning author of the What Doesn’t Kill You romantic mystery series.

When a dead body swan-dives from a balcony into the pool at a wedding, gossip comes to a halt about disgraced paralegal and former rodeo queen Emily—whose husband left her for a woman who turns out to be a man. Enter Jack, a secretive attorney and sexy mix of cowboy and Indian. She refuses to work for him, until she learns about the disappearance of the six-year old daughter of his notorious client Sofia, the wedding shooter, who is also an illegal immigrant. Emily feels a strange affinity with the girl and launches a desperate search for her. Bodies pile up in her wake across Texas and New Mexico as the walls around her own secrets begin to crumble, and the authorities question whether the child is anything but a figment of her imagination.

>>> See why Pamela’s novels have won contest after contest.
• 2016 WINNER USA Best Book Award, Cross Genre Fiction
• 2015 WINNER USA Best Book Award, Cross Genre Fiction
• 2014 USA Best Book Award Finalist, Cross Genre Fiction
• 2014 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award Quarter-finalist, Romance
• 2013 USA Best Book Award Finalist, Business: Publishing
• 2012 WINNER of the Houston Writers Guild Ghost Story Contest
• 2012 WINNER USA Best Book Award, Parenting: Divorce
• 2011 WINNER of the Houston Writers Guild Novel Contest, Mainstream
• 2010 WINNER of the Writers League of Texas Manuscript Contest, Romance

>>> Once Upon A Romance calls Hutchins an “up-and-coming powerhouse writer.”

>>> The reviews are in, and they’re good. Very, very good.

“Grabs you by the throat from the get-go for a suspenseful, rollicking ride.” — Ken Oder, author of The Closing

“Full of heart, humor, vivid characters, and suspense. Hutchins has done it again!” — Gay Yellen, author of The Body Business

“Hutchins is a master of tension.” — R.L. Nolen, author of Deadly Thyme

“Intriguing mystery . . . captivating romance.” — Patricia Flaherty Pagan, author of Trail Ways Pilgrims

“In my book . . . the makings of a great novel: cheating husbands, murder, and hot cowboys.” — Melissa Algood, contributing author, Eclectically Criminal

>>> Don’t forget to catch the entire What Doesn’t Kill You romantic mystery series!

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Reviews

  • Chick Lit

    3
    By Dough DRT
    As a Texan, the writer made me feel I misjudged Amarillo. I hate it there, it's kind of a hole, but she makes it sound kind of fun. Anyway, I like the characters in the story. This is the first book I've read of the series, (even though it's book #5), and there's a fun group of characters in this story. Only three stars because I'm a guy, and I just couldn't bear the unending sadness about the false pregnancy part of the story - it was very heavy handed, which makes me think this author appeals to woman more than men. Or wants to, at least, because it was hard to care more than a couple pages. Speaking of not caring, this whole book is about finding Valentina, it's almost an obsession. Meanwhile, Valentina's mother was killed after two days in prison and no one seems to give that a second thought. We don't even know if she was murdered or fell in a mid whole. Kind of inconsistent. So great characters, weak writing, and it's more a romantic book than I care for, so I won't be reading her work again.
  • Racist depictions against immigrants

    2
    By LittleHelenn
    Of course with the new president and all, it became common and okay to discredit immigrants and be racist. Please work on accurately depicting immigrants, if you can't? Leave your biases out of you workload. It's considered professional.
  • Heaven to Betsy:

    5
    By bodog67
    Book 5 You kept me guessing right to the end. Look forward to reading more of your work