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Into the Lion’s Den (Reverend Margot Quade Cozy Mystery Series Book 1) by Sarah Biglow – Review by Juls Dick

Into the Lion's Den (Reverend Margot Quade Cozy Mysteries, #1)Into the Lion’s Den by Sarah Biglow
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Into the Lions Den is a lovely cozy mystery. Reverend Margot Quade is invited to dinner with a the family of her close friend Daniel, who she served with in the military. The dinner quickly takes a tragic turn when her friend’s uncle is found dead. Margot finds herself in the wrong place at the wrong time and is left to support the family while the local police are investigating. This is a nice short book with likable characters and an intriguing mystery. It is a good introduction to the series and would recommend to fans of this genre.

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Into the Lion’s Den (Reverend Margot Quade Cozy Mystery Series Book 1) by Sarah Biglow – Review by Jonell Collins

Into the Lion's Den: (A Christian Cozy Mystery) (Reverend Margot Quade Cozy Mysteries Book 1)Into the Lion’s Den: (A Christian Cozy Mystery) by Sarah Biglow
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Into the Lion’s Den (Reverend Margot Quade Cozy Mystery Series Book 1) by Sarah Biglow, is a sweet little mystery. Very fast read. It was a great little book to indulge my reading habit with. You know that habit you have when you really should be doing something else. This little story is guilt free. It was a great little mystery, interesting characters, and a page turner for sure. If you are looking for a good story to scratch that reading itch this is the book for you. You can read this book and get the housework done before the kids get off the bus. Good clean fun, no surprises here.

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Into the Lion’s Den (Reverend Margot Quade Cozy Mystery Series Book 1) by Sarah Biglow – Review Erica Fish

Into the Lion's Den: (A Christian Cozy Mystery) (Reverend Margot Quade Cozy Mysteries Book 1)Into the Lion’s Den: (A Christian Cozy Mystery) by Sarah Biglow
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Nothing better than a sweet short mystery to take me into the weekend. I love mystery, psychological thrillers, and thrillers, but once in a while I love the sweet mysteries. The writing of cozy mysteries have piqued my interest for several reasons. The main reason is the gift of the author to tell me the story and hold my interest in a short story format for the mystery. In this story Reverend Margot Quade was invited to dinner, which turns out to be a murder at dinner. Will Reverend Margot Quade be able to solve the mystery? Will the tension between family members be too much? I highly recommend you read this mystery to find out the answer to these questions and more.

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Into the Lion’s Den (Reverend Margot Quade Cozy Mystery Series Book 1) by Sarah Biglow – Review by Faith Jackson

Into the Lion's Den: (A Christian Cozy Mystery) (Reverend Margot Quade Cozy Mysteries Book 1)Into the Lion’s Den: (A Christian Cozy Mystery) by Sarah Biglow
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is a cute and wholesome mystery and I love Sarah Biglow’s writing. I love a murder mystery and with a reverend out to solve it makes it even better. The story was easily developed and I enjoyed the way the mystery unfolded. After returning to her hometown, Margot is pulled into a mystery she feels compelled to solve. Complicating things worse is a snowstorm in the victim’s house which could lead to a deadly demise for someone. Margot’s own cousin is in charge of the investigation which could lead them to bump heads. This was a fun page-turner with wonderful characters who will keep you entertained from start to finish.

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Into the Lion’s Den (Reverend Margot Quade Cozy Mystery Series Book 1) by Sarah Biglow – Review by Piper Foster

Into the Lion's Den (Reverend Margot Quade Cozy Mysteries, #1)Into the Lion’s Den by Sarah Biglow
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

We are straight into the Lion’s Den starting off with the murder. This is a short Cozy Mystery novel although 9r short it is a gripping book. Murder and mystery what happens when a storm occurs. Who’s dunnit? Margot went to visit a friend relaxation turns into a horror when a murder is a foot. This was an extremely detailed and descriptive novel.

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Into the Lion’s Den (Reverend Margot Quade Cozy Mystery Series Book 1) by Sarah Biglow – Review by Kerry Baker

Into the Lion's Den: (A Christian Cozy Mystery) (Reverend Margot Quade Cozy Mysteries Book 1)Into the Lion’s Den: (A Christian Cozy Mystery) by Sarah Biglow
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Into the Lion’s Den: ( A Christian Cozy Mystery) by Sarah Biglow is the first book in the Reverend Margot Quade Cozy Mysteries series. This is a sweet, easy read that you will able to get yourself lost in for a few hours. This is a nice, clean mystery book so for those who prefer their books on the cleaner side then I would definitely recommend this book. This author did really well with keep the book that way without losing the interest of the reader. The book was still interesting and fun to read and the characters were all still enjoyable. I really liked as well that even though it is pegged as a “Christian Cozy” story, never at any point did it feel like it was being forced upon you. Of course the topic was there, and was prevalent in the book, but the author did a tasteful job of including it. For me this actually made the book all the more enjoyable.
I have read a few books now by this author and I have enjoyed every one of them. This is obviously the start of a great new series and I cannot wait to read more!

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Into the Lion’s Den (Reverend Margot Quade Cozy Mystery Series Book 1) by Sarah Biglow – Review by Kayla Interdonato

Into the Lion's Den: (A Christian Cozy Mystery) (Reverend Margot Quade Cozy Mysteries Book 1)Into the Lion’s Den: (A Christian Cozy Mystery) by Sarah Biglow
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Into the Lion’s Den is the first book in the Reverend Margot Quade Cozy Mysteries series by Sarah Biglow. Reverend Margot Quade, after serving overseas, has come home to Port Marie, Vermont in hopes of finding where she belongs. A friendly dinner with a unit member of Margot’s turns into a murder mystery. Now Margot is among a murder and is forced to spend the night due to a horrible snowstorm. Her cousin, who lost contact with Margot while she was overseas, is the officer on the case. They must put their differences aside to help solve the mystery. Margot is determined to figure out what really happened and who is the murder behind it all. I loved reading this quick, cozy mystery story. Margot is such a strong female character, but I appreciated how the author uncovered some of her struggles from having been part of the military world. I thought the mystery wasn’t totally obvious which made reading the story much more interesting. I look forward to reading other stories in this series.

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Into the Lion’s Den (Reverend Margot Quade Cozy Mystery Series Book 1) by Sarah Biglow – Review by Kerry Carr

Into the Lion's Den: (A Christian Cozy Mystery) (Reverend Margot Quade Cozy Mysteries Book 1)Into the Lion’s Den: (A Christian Cozy Mystery) by Sarah Biglow
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This was a great little cozy mystery that I read in one sitting. It was so gripping I couldn’t put it down. The characters are well written and their stories easy to follow which makes the books a enjoyable easy read.

Margot was an army chaplain. When she returned to her home an old army buddy invites her to dinner at his home with his family. Who would have guessed this innocent invitation would turn into a murder mystery. Everyone has a motive and a means but who committed the crime. This book will keep you guessing right up until the end and the ending will shock you.

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Into the Lion’s Den (Reverend Margot Quade Cozy Mystery Series Book 1) by Sarah Biglow – Review by Angela Hayes

Into the Lion's Den: (A Christian Cozy Mystery) (Reverend Margot Quade Cozy Mysteries Book 1)Into the Lion’s Den: (A Christian Cozy Mystery) by Sarah Biglow
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

 

Into the Lion’s Den is the first book in the Reverend Margot Quade Cozy Mystery series by Sarah Biglow. This is a little different from the other books of Sarah Biglow’s that I have read and enjoyed- but as I love everything crime and mystery, I couldn’t wait to dive in.
Margot Quade has just returned from a tour of duty, serving as Chaplain in her overseas deployment. She has only recently arrived back home, still adjusting to civilian life and trying to find where she belongs now. So, when a fellow ‘brother-in-arms’ who she became friends with whilst in service, invites her over for dinner so he can introduce her to his family- Margot accepts. What should have been a relaxing dinner with an old friend soon turns into a murder investigation, as one of the guests is found dead. Added to the tension is the fact that a severe snowstorm has moved into the area and Margot will be suck at the house with all the other dinner guests, one of whom is the murderer. What happens here makes for a intriguing read.
This is the quintessential ‘cozy mystery’, and I really enjoyed meeting Reverend Margot Quade and following along on her story. I think this is a great start to an intriguing series. I can visualize this making a great television series or movie.
Looking forward to catching up with Margot again in the next book!

Thank you, Sarah Biglow!

 

Reviewed by @angelahayes

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Into the Lion’s Den (Reverend Margot Quade Cozy Mystery Series Book 1) by Sarah Biglow – Review by Jenni Bishop

Into the Lion's Den: (A Christian Cozy Mystery) (Reverend Margot Quade Cozy Mysteries Book 1)Into the Lion’s Den: (A Christian Cozy Mystery) by Sarah Biglow
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Into the Lion’s Den: (A Christian Cozy Mystery) (Reverend Margot Quade Cozy Mysteries Book 1) by Sarah Biglow is a quick and easy cozy murder mystery read. It is a simple mystery with a good storyline, and enough suspense to keep you interested and will keep you guessing. It is definitely different from the other cozy mysteries, where faith and mystery are blended neatly. The story is very succinct, and Sarah pulls it all together nicely.

A friendly dinner invitation, a snowstorm and a murder see Reverend Margot putting all the pieces together in this “who-done-it” style story.

Reviewed by @jennadb

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