Murder Under Blue Skies

Front Cover
Dutton, Jan 1, 1998 - Fiction - 246 pages
3 Reviews
A beloved fixture on NBC TV's "Today" show since 1980, Willard Scott is welcomed into millions of homes every week as he broadcasts from around the country. Now, with this wonderfully charming new series of cozy mysteries, Scott's fans will share a new set of adventures. Featuring retired weatherman Stanley Waters, Murder Under Blue Skies provides one surprise after another for Stanley, who thinks that opening his own bed-and-breakfast in Virginia, called Blue Skies, is the perfect change after two decades on the nation's top morning show.But when a guest drops dead at Blue Skies' grand opening, Stanley and his three adorable cats find themselves smack dab in the middle of a murder investigation. Suddenly real life is much more exciting than television - and certainly more dangerous.?Willard Scott appears twice a week on NBC-TV's "Today" and co-hosts the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade and the Christmas tree lighting ceremony in Washington, D.C.?This mystery includes all the elements of cozy suspense: a delightful bed-and-breakfast setting, humor, and charming, well-drawn characters.?Book includes fascinating weather lore every five chapters.?Another book in this series is already signed up.

From inside the book

What people are saying - Write a review

Review: Murder under Blue Skies (Stanley Waters #1)

User Review  - Tomi - Goodreads

Cute story...the main character didn't appeal to me very much, but it was a decent mystery. One thing that jumped out at me (once a history teacher, always a history teacher) was a comment that Robert ... Read full review

Review: Murder Under Blue Skies (Stanley Waters #1)

User Review  - Robin Kaplan - Goodreads

Very enjoyable to read! I LOVE Willard Scott and being a native Virginian myself, I could really relate to this book!! Read full review


Section 1
Section 2
Section 3

31 other sections not shown

Common terms and phrases

About the author (1998)

Scott appears on NBC-TV's "Today" and co-hosts the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.

Bill Crider is chair of the English department at Alvin Community College. He is also the author of the Professor Sally Good and the Carl Burns mysteries. He lives with his wife in Alvin, Texas.

Bibliographic information