Doubled Up

Doubled Up Museum curator Meredith Morehouse stumbles upon the remnants of a stolen shipment of scary looking wood figurines but she can t tell if they are smuggled national treasures or clever fakes While Mere

  • Title: Doubled Up
  • Author: Jerusha Jones
  • ISBN: 9781477829219
  • Page: 277
  • Format: Paperback
  • Museum curator Meredith Morehouse stumbles upon the remnants of a stolen shipment of scary looking wood figurines, but she can t tell if they are smuggled national treasures or clever fakes.While Meredith is sucked into the secret federal probe of the fishy figurines and their importer, her ex fianc a man so annoyingly arrogant he could easily drive someone to murder retuMuseum curator Meredith Morehouse stumbles upon the remnants of a stolen shipment of scary looking wood figurines, but she can t tell if they are smuggled national treasures or clever fakes.While Meredith is sucked into the secret federal probe of the fishy figurines and their importer, her ex fianc a man so annoyingly arrogant he could easily drive someone to murder returns for another round of marriage proposals, and he won t take no for an answer Just when her friendship with tugboat captain Pete Sills might be heating upWhat s a girl to do

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    About “Jerusha Jones

    • Jerusha Jones

      Jerusha Jones lives in a small town in the west end of the Columbia River Gorge When she grows up, she fully intends to be a feisty old lady In the meantime, she regularly maxes out her library s lending limit, has happily declared a truce with the clover in the lawn, but is fanatical about sealing up cracks in her old house, armed with a caulking gun Due to the number of gaps she has yet to locate, however, she has also perfected her big spider shriek.Jerusha loves wool socks, Pink Lady apples with crunchy peanut butter, scenery of breathtaking grandeur, and weather just cool enough to require a sweater, all of which are plentiful in the Pacific Northwest She is eternally grateful to have escaped the corporate world with its relentless, mind numbing meetings and now writes or doodles or fantasizes or cogitates or stares out the window or whatever you want to call it full time.

    315 thoughts on “Doubled Up

    • This is the part to in the Imogene Museum Mystery series! I think that's not what the series is called but it's close to that.I liked this one more than the first! It was awesome. The drama in the last part of the story was, quite possibly, the most exciting due to the action going on. It was a quick, great read. I definitely plan to read the rest of the series!Meredith -- how the hell do you find yourself in these situations, all the time? Always caught in the drama, caught in the crime scene! [...]


    • Decent, lighthearted mystery about a small-town museum curator and a stolen shipment of rustic wooden statues. Doubled Up is the second book in the series.


    • 4.5 StarsIn Doubled Up, museum curator Meredith, who we met in the first book Rock Bottom, once again finds herself getting into all sorts of trouble. It works very well as a standalone but I personally would recommend reading the first beforehand. It does give some background information, but doesn't spend too much time on recaps or repeat information - which I personally prefer.This time the museum is embroiled in the mystery surrounding a strange shipment of wooden carvings, and whilst Meredi [...]


    • Won this book on . Book 2 in the series. I enjoyed this book a little more than the 1st book in the series. I feel the characters are starting to have a real personality as they are developing. I'm glad to see Meredith has more of a backbone in this one and calls her friend Sheriff Marge before she does something that get's her into trouble. and I an enjoying the relationship with Pete.


    • And on to the second Imogene Museum Mystery received from Netgalley, which involves the theft of pre-Columbian statues that happened to be in the same shipment as some statuary for the museum grounds. I still very much enjoyed this installment, despite a deep philosophical difference: The statues are of characters by “Ernest Shepard,” Rupert said. “His illustrations for The Wind in the Willows are perhaps the best-known and most loved.” How anyone could say that when E.H. Shepard illustr [...]


    • This is the second in the series where Meredith is the curator of the Imogene Museum. She stumbles across a stolen shipment of strange looking wooden figurines. Are they real or fake? Surrounded in mystery and murder, Meredith digs in to help the local sheriff, Marge, solve the case.I have not read the first in this series, Rock Bottom, but the author does a nice job of catching the reader up on who's who. I only felt lost once or twice and thoroughly enjoyed the ride. A fun, fast-paced, cute li [...]


    • Book two of the Imogene Museum Mystery series. I'm not sure if it can be read as a standalone. The main characters are likeable while introducing new personalities to immerse yourself into. Enjoy solving unique crimes and tips on removing skunk odor. Add the right touch of romance to this fast paced cozy mystery with the museum environment for your reading pleasure. As usual I do not tell the storyline, I am very much against spoilers.


    • Nadat boek 1 van deze serie mij voldoende kon overtuigen om het volgend deel te lezen, begon ik er vol verwachting aan. Of die vervuld werd, ga ik zo dadelijk verduidelijken. Eerst even de buitenkant bekijken. :)After closing book 1 I was convinced that I wanted to read the whole series. I was expecting much, very much. Whether I was happy with the result, I will let you know in a moment. I want to talk about cover and title first. ;)Opnieuw staat het museum centraal op de cover, maar dat stoort [...]


    • Title: Doubled Up - Imogene Museum 2Author: Jerusha JonesPublished: 9-29-15Publisher: Thomas & MercerPages: 202Genre: Mystery, Thrillers & SuspenseSub Genre: General Fiction; Amateur Sleuths, SeriesISBN: 9781477829219ASIN: B00PBCY0U8Reviewer: DelAnneReviewed For: NetGalley. Meredith Morehouse, Curator for the Imogene Museum is once again involved in a mystery when she comes across part of a stolen shipment of wooden figurines. Unsure if they are genuine artifacts are not she becomes invo [...]


    • Good but not as great as the first one. Still the same loveable cast of characters, you get a little more of Meredith's back story and more of the hunky Pete.However, there were some inaccuracies that detracted from the story.(view spoiler)[ First of all, law enforcement agencies never close for holidays. They don't. Any cop will tell you. Sheriff Marge was on duty but not the FBI? Come on, give me a break. And let's say the FBI were kind enough to give all of its agents a long holiday weekend, [...]


    • With a boss that travels the world looking for things to acquire for the Imogene Museum, coming to work and finding a big rig parked out front doesn't surprised Meredith. However, the body laying in the rain and mud does! And if this weren't enough, her cheating ex-fiance shows up trying to win her back. While I still do not understand why Meredith is happy living in a travel trailer and I am still attempting to figure out if Meredith and Pete are interested in each other, I definitely enjoy the [...]


    • ARC review for Thomas & Mercer Books via Netgalley.Museum curator Meredith Morehouse stumbles upon the remnants of a stolen shipment of scary-looking wood figurines, but she can’t tell if they are smuggled national treasures or clever fakes.While Meredith is sucked into the secret federal probe of the fishy figurines and their importer, her ex-fiancé—a man so annoyingly arrogant he could easily drive someone to murder—returns for another round of marriage proposals, and he won’t tak [...]


    • Meredith Morehouse, curator of the eclectic Imogene Museum, stumbles upon the remnants of a stolen shipment of scary-looking wood figurines. Are they smuggled national treasures or clever fakes?While Meredith is sucked into the secret federal probe of the fishy figurines and their importer, her ex-fiancé — a man so annoyingly arrogant he could easily drive someone to murder — returns for another round of marriage proposals, and he won’t take no for an answer. Just when her friendship with [...]


    • DOUBLED UP BY JERUSHA JONES: This is the second of the series but the first book of the authors I have read. This is stuck into the cozy mystery but that is ok with me because I enjoyed it immensely! What's a girl to do when you day starts out with pounding rain,a trucker unconscious on the museums property who isnt what he seems, a federal investigation and an ex husband who wants to be apart of your life again?(more like a nuisance). A very enjoyable,quick, quirky mystery that goes on my list [...]


    • Kindle Copy for ReviewThis time, Museum curator Meredith Morehouse finds herself dealing with fake remnants from a stolen shipment of scary-looking wood figurines. She is not quite sure if they are smuggled national treasures or clever fakes.Meredith finds herself in the mix of a questionable federal probe and the questionable artifacts and its importer who was one her ex fiancé who ends up murder. What was his role with the artifacts or was he an innocent bystander?A quick paced easy read with [...]


    • How have I only just discovered this author and this series! I love it!!The characters are great, I love Meredith and how she interacts with the other supporting characters in the book as the story develops, I am history and crime nerd so books based in and around a museum and with a crime/cosy mystery twist are like heaven to me. Really enjoyed it, a lovely way to spend a few hours, genuinely thrilled I have found this author and series.I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest r [...]


    • This is a humorous cozy mystery series set in a Washington museum. Meredith is getting some large statues delivered for an outdoor display featuring animals from Wind in the Willows. She finds the driver unconscious from an attack in the parking lot. Sheriff Marge is back along with Pete and the rest of the unusual town folk. This Imogene Museum series is quickly becoming one of my favorites. Originally published in 2012


    • Meredith SEEMS like such a normal person, going to work, taking care of her dog, being neighborly, but drama and trouble follows her! I'm loving this series about the museum curator and her little town.


    • I am going to read the series I like the main character and her friends and neighbors I remember when I fell in love with reading it was for these reasons. I longed for the main character who I had grown to like to overcome obstacles, find happiness, and make wrong right


    • I won this book from . I guess this is the second book in the series. This time Meredith is a museum curator and she finds remnants of a stolen shipment of wood figurines and she investigates them. It is a cute, easy and fast book to read.


    • I am SO enjoying these books! What fun mysteries they are and this one made me laugh. I really like Meredith and love getting to know the different characters from around town.






    • Enjoyablea fast paced murder mystery that ends happily for all except the bad. guys want to know more what's happening next in the characters lives



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