Calico Spy Pinkerton operative Katie Madison s newest case takes her to Calico Kansas where two Harvey House restaurant waitresses were murdered in mysterious circumstances Calico s sheriff Branch Whitman ha

  • Title: Calico Spy
  • Author: Margaret Brownley
  • ISBN: 9781628366280
  • Page: 122
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pinkerton operative Katie Madison s newest case takes her to Calico, Kansas, where two Harvey House restaurant waitresses were murdered in mysterious circumstances Calico s sheriff, Branch Whitman, has never met a Pink he liked and is stunned to learn the pretty redhead s true identity as she works undercover as a Harvey girl A tornado hits town, and a past deception putPinkerton operative Katie Madison s newest case takes her to Calico, Kansas, where two Harvey House restaurant waitresses were murdered in mysterious circumstances Calico s sheriff, Branch Whitman, has never met a Pink he liked and is stunned to learn the pretty redhead s true identity as she works undercover as a Harvey girl A tornado hits town, and a past deception puts Branch s eight year old son in danger Now the Sheriff has no choice but to work with Katie or chance losing everything he holds dear.

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    1. This was a fun addition to the Undercover Ladies series, each book can stand alone. Katie was a likable heroine, she works for Alan Pinkerton as one of his few female detectives. I liked how she comes to love the town of Calico and the interesting people who live there. Branch was also likable, he's always there for Katie - even when he doesn't agree with her. They have great chemistry, fun banter and a sweet romance. The mystery was pretty good and I liked the other storylines that were woven i [...]

    2. What a fun conclusion to the Undercover Ladies series! I loved Katie and Branch and all the sweet folks of Calico, Kansas. The cast of characters felt like a vibrant family from very early in the book.I have to say, my favorite part was the orange juice in the pea soup! My head is full of sick-stuffy, or I'd gladly give this delightful little tale the brilliant review it deserves.

    3. Calico Spy is the third book in Margaret Brownley's Undercover Ladies series. I've really enjoyed the series and this book was a great conclusion. The mystery was interesting and I liked that it wasn't obvious who was responsible for the murders.The characters were fun and I liked Katie a lot. Her stubbornness was nice and I liked that she was confident in her detective skills. I found the romance to be sweet and I loved the ending. All in all, Calico Spy was a very good read and I recommend it. [...]

    4. About this book:“Pinkerton operative Katie Madison’s newest case takes her to Calico, Kansas, where two Harvey House restaurant waitresses were murdered in mysterious circumstances. Calico’s sheriff, Branch Whitman, has never met a Pink he liked and is stunned to learn the pretty redhead’s true identity as she works undercover as a Harvey girl. A tornado hits town, and a past deception puts Branch’s eight-year-old-son in danger. Now the Sheriff has no choice but to work with Katie—or [...]

    5. Calico Spy is the third book in Margaret Brownley's Undercover Ladies series. When looking for light entertainment---some escapism---there are certain authors whose books should be at the top of the to-read list. Ms. Brownley is one of them.I will say right off that the cover threw me. There is no clue in the illustration that this book deals with the Harvey Girls. From everything I've learned, they had a specific uniform that wasn't calico in material or design. I guess I'm a snob when it comes [...]

    6. Witty and clever and so much fun to read! Katie is "as stubborn as a sore tooth" and is quite the conundrum for Branch. She has two strikes against her as a detective -- one, she's a woman and two she's a 'Pink' and he's not about to share sleuthing rights with either. Luckily, Katie isn't a pushover and doggedly persists with her investigation. It isn't long before Branch sees the error of his ways and the two join forces. A solid mystery that spirals into much more than they bargained for kept [...]

    7. The Calico Spy is the third installment of the Undercover Ladies series. This book is so fun and is a favorite of the series.Great book!Highly recommended!100 stars.

    8. This is the third book in Ms. Brownley’s Undercover Ladies series and like the other two it turns the Wild West into a fun, funny and romantic place to be. Of course, there’s plenty of danger and hard work as well as serious subjects such as homicide. However, the writing and main events of the story keep the book lighthearted and engaging, which makes for a cheery, entertaining read.Two waitresses from the Harvey House Restaurant in Calico, Kansas, have been murdered, with little to no evid [...]

    9. This is the third in the Undercover Ladies series and while I have enjoyed them all, I think this may be the best one yet. The combination of mystery, humor, and romance makes for a very enjoyable reading experience.As with the others, our main character is an undercover Pinkerton detective. Katie has the assignment of solving the murder of two women in Calico, Kansas. She takes a job as a Harvey girl in the town's Harvey House. It's one of Harvey restaurants that serves quick meals to train pas [...]

    10. Title: Calico Spy (Undercover Ladies #3)Author: Margaret BrownleyPages: 320Year: 2016Publisher: Shiloh Run PressThis is the third book in the Undercover Ladies series and introduces the Pinkerton Detective Katie Madison. She is on her first case that deals with murder. She has apprehended robbers, thieves and other criminals with great success, but never a murderer. She is sent to Calico, Kansas after two women are killed. They work as Harvey Girls as waitresses. Katie is sent in undercover as a [...]

    11. Last week, I read one of the worst books I had ever read. The protagonist was insanely unlikable and the plot was predictable and the book just droned on and on. The dialogue was repetitive and there was zero character development. I wanted to burn it when I was finished to spare anyone that might accidentally pick it up in the future. The reason I mention this is because when I picked up Margaret Brownley's "The Calico Spy" and I read the back, the plot sounded eerily similar to the previous bo [...]

    12. Another Pinkerton detective goes undercover, this time working as a Harvey girl, hoping to crack the case of two unsolved murders that has even the local sheriff stumped. Only problems are that the sheriff has a strong prejudice against Pinkertons, and she's avoided working in kitchens her whole life! The sparks fly when the cynical sheriff finds out her true identity, and the kitchen is literally set on fire by Katie, whose training seems harder to her than bringing down a tough criminal. Can t [...]

    13. BACK OF THE BOOK BLURB(taken from )Pinkerton operative Katie Madison's newest case takes her to Calico, Kansas, where two Harvey House restaurant waitresses were murdered in mysterious circumstances. Calico's sheriff, Branch Whitman, has never met a Pink he liked and is stunned to learn the pretty redhead's true identity as she works undercover as a Harvey girl. A tornado hits town, and a past deception puts Branch's eight-year-old-son in danger. Now the Sheriff has no choice but to work with Ka [...]

    14. When I pick up a Margaret Brownley book I know I'm in for a good time. Her books are always a quick read for me as they have everything I'm looking for: strong female characters, leading male characters who can put up with aforementioned strong female characters, and a storyline that keeps me involved from first page to last.I liked the way the author wrote the main character in this book. She is a smart and strong Pinkerton detective yet has a feminine and vulnerable side. She is a complex char [...]

    15. Katie is one of only a few female Pinkerton agents. So when two female Harvey girls are murdered, she is sent to infiltrate the the girls at the Harvey House and find their killer. This is made a bit more difficult by the fact that Branch, the local lawman, hates Pinkerton agents. And he's even less thrilled when he finds out that he's working with a female one. This was a fun story that will entertain readers of light mystery novels. It took me a while to get into the book. I think the beginnin [...]

    16. Margaret Brownley has done it again! A young woman tracking criminals during an era when such jobs were considered "man's work" is bound to find herself in some interesting situations. I love Margaret's sense of humor and found myself giggling through many scenes!A cast of lovable characters -- including an oft-angry French chef, an adorable young boy, a silent pantry maid, and a determined bell-ringer -- help set the stage for solving more than just the mystery Katie was sent to solve. And the [...]

    17. Another fun western romance. This one was set in Kansas, which I liked and it was easy for me to picture. I liked the main characters of this book too. The romance was sweet, and the mystery was interesting. There was a happy ending for the main characters, as well as, some of the minor characters.

    18. I pick up a Brownley novel because I'm looking for a quick, fun read with a quirky supporting cast. I wasn't disappointed here at all! I found all of that in Calico Spy. And I really enjoyed the Harvey Girl setting. The mystery evolved at a nice pace but felt a bit contrived in places. My only real drawback with this novel was the flimsy gospel presentation. I've never had this problem with a Brownley novel before.

    19. I noticed I had rated book 2 as 4 stars and I liked this one better. I don't know that it is quite 5 stars but 4.5 rounded up--which, of course, turns out to be the same thing--5 stars. This was a great, light read.

    20. Enjoyed this conclusion to the Undercover Ladies trilogy. The mystery plotline was good and I like the sweet romance between the main characters. Sub-plots were nice and it was a good wrap-up to a a fun, light, clean series.

    21. Solid,easy read. Not too scary. The romance was hit and miss. The introspection/self-speak got long-winded at times and I ended up skipping over some sections until the story got going again. Loved the jailhouse interactions.

    22. This was as good as the other novels in the series. It's got a cute romance and a tough heroine. Lovely and clean novel.

    23. •°o •° Wonderful Pinkerton Mystery Set in Kansas °•o°•1880 Calico, KansasTwo women have been murdered and it’s up to Katie Madison to go undercover as a Harvey Girl and find the killer. Unfortunately she has NO experience as a waitress, hostess, or food handler of any sort. It was fun to watch her muddle through and try to learn the “cup code”.P. 9 “Tonight you’re the drink girl. Do you think you can handle that?” Plastering a smile on her face, she nodded. How hard could [...]

    24. I like the premise of this series, each book following a female undercover operative for the Pinkerton Detective Agency, especially since the concept has its basis in actual history (I was a bit skeptical at first and actually looked it up!) Nevertheless there were a few things that held this novel back for me, most prominently a reliance on too many clichés, both in establishing the conflict and in building up the romance, too much time taken to explain the characters’ thoughts to the reader [...]

    25. I love historical fiction. I especially love romantic historical fiction. And if you REALLY want to catch my attention, make it an inspirational historical fiction romance! Icing on the cake is making it have a nice bit of comedy and lovable characters! I was hoping for all of these in the latest book to review, Calico Spy by Margaret Brownley, the third book in her Undercover Ladies series. Did it win my approval?Calico Spy (released January 1, 2016) takes us back to the age of the Pinkerton de [...]

    26. A slow start to the story. It took time to introduce the town, the MC's, the cast of the other characters and especially the Harvey Girls. That restaurant business was run in a pretty rigid way, at least for those who worked there anyway. Of course customers also were held to a standard of sorts as well. No coat, no service, and that was a hard one for the Sheriff to swallow. So he usually didn't eat there. It was the perfect setup for railroad travelers though, they could order ahead before arr [...]

    27. This is a Christian base story that is a clean read full of humor, mystery and a little action. Two women are killed they now have to find out who did it. The owner of the Harvey House restaurant calls in Pinkerton when the sheriff of this small town doesn’t have a clue to where to even start. Sheriff Branch Whitman has little use for the Pinkerton’s and doesn’t want them in his town. He is on the hunt for the killers along with the Pinkerton operative. Here it gets a little funny as he go [...]

    28. This is a Christian base story that is a clean read full of humor, mystery and a little action. Two women are killed they now have to find out who did it. The owner of the Harvey House restaurant calls in Pinkerton when the sheriff of this small town doesn’t have a clue to where to even start. Sheriff Branch Whitman has little use for the Pinkerton’s and doesn’t want them in his town. He is on the hunt for the killers along with the Pinkerton operative. Here it gets a little funny as he go [...]

    29. Margaret Brownley has done it again! I can always count on her to provide a completely satisfying romance blended with mystery, crime, and adventure. This final installment of the Undercover Ladies series is definitely my favorite from her so far. Katie is a wonderful Pinkerton operative, different from any of the other “Pink” women in her series. Her own set of observation skills paired with the handsome sheriff, and reluctant love interest, is perfect for the hunt of the Harvey Girl Killer [...]

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