Tax Cut

  • Title: Tax Cut
  • Author: Michele Lynn Seigfried
  • ISBN: 9781494215330
  • Page: 201
  • Format: Paperback
  • Tax Cut You ll L O L because Municipal Clerk Chelsey Alton is at it again Working for a government riddled with crime she and her sidekick Bonnie investigate to find out the answer to the pressing question W
    You ll L.O.L because Municipal Clerk Chelsey Alton is at it again Working for a government riddled with crime, she and her sidekick Bonnie investigate to find out the answer to the pressing question Who killed Vinny Buttiglieri She finds herself entangled with dangerous mobsters and corrupt politicians She thinks she s doing the right thing, but can she save herself wYou ll L.O.L because Municipal Clerk Chelsey Alton is at it again Working for a government riddled with crime, she and her sidekick Bonnie investigate to find out the answer to the pressing question Who killed Vinny Buttiglieri She finds herself entangled with dangerous mobsters and corrupt politicians She thinks she s doing the right thing, but can she save herself when she becomes entrenched too deep in this Jersey shore mystery

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    About Michele Lynn Seigfried


    1. Michele Lynn Seigfried is the author of humorous, cozy mystery novels and a children s picture book author illustrator.Michele was born and raised in New Jersey In her mystery novels, she draws from her personal expertise in the area of municipal government, in which she has served for over 18 years in two different municipalities.She holds a B.A in communication from the College of New Jersey with a minor in art She obtained the Master Municipal Clerk certification from the International Institute of Municipal Clerks in 2010 She also holds the Registered Municipal Clerk certification and Certified Municipal Registrar Certifications from the State of New Jersey.In combining her love of writing with art, Michele began writing and illustrating children s picture books in 2013 She has won several awards for her novels.Michele is a member of Sisters in Crime, Sisters in Crime Central Jersey, Society of Children s Book Writers and Illustrators, New Jersey Author s Network, International Institute of Municipal Clerks, Central Jersey Registrar s Association, Municipal Clerk s Association of New Jersey, and the Municipal Clerk s Association of Mercer County, where she is currently President She also serves on the New Jersey League of Municipalities Legislative Committee.


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    1. “I can’t believe he threw a rock at someone holding a gun, “I said to Bonnie.“Yeah, that one must have fallen out of the stupid tree and hit every branch on the way down,” Bonnie said with a smirk.”Chelsey Alton is a Municipal Clerk for the state of New Jersey in Coral Beach Village recently returning to the workforce after a harrowing experience being held as a hostage at her previous employment for the Town of Sunshine. Working once again has Chelsey smack dab in the middle of a mu [...]

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    2. LOVED this book! I hadn't read the first book and if you have read my blog for any amount of time you know that I MUST read the books in order in a series, if only to understand better the personal stories of the characters. Well I think this is probably the first book in a long time that I didn't feel totally lost on the personal story. I felt like there was enough of the back story to catch me up enough to not feel lost.That said.while I was reading the book, I was trying to figure out how thi [...]

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    3. When single mom Chelsey Alton hears there is a job opening for a Municipal Clerk in Coral Beach, she quickly applies for the job. The council board members just as quickly vote to hire her, except for one, but the job is hers. Chelsey does have a few doubts about the job starting with the fact that the job is vacant because the previous Municipal Clerk is murdered. However, she puts that aside and delves into the job.Chelsey learns there is an Administrative Assistant job opened as well after th [...]

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    4. This book follows Chelsey Alton as she finally goes back to work when a city clerk winds up dead Chelsey's friend convinced her to get the job, when she does she finds out she gets more than she bargained for.Chelsey and her good friend Bonnie end up looking into the death of Vinny. Who was really out to get him? This book also was told from a two angle one angle was Chelsey the other are the bad guys who committed the murder. Which made it a very interesting story, as we are quick to find out w [...]

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    5. ~~I received this book en exchange for an honest review~~This book had many twists and turns in it that I didn't see coming at all. Chelsey is the Municipal Clerk for Coral Beach, and did she get thrown into a shit storm. She is picking up basically where the previous Municipal Clerk left off. There is something going on in that little town, but she can't quite put her finger on what it is. With her friend Bonnie by her side, and a couple of good looking men to stare at, can she do her job?This [...]

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    6. Captivating mystery mixed with amusing situations! It’s a page turner book worth reading.Poor Chelsey: new job, new problems! I loved how she dealt with strange dangerous people & situations. Her detective side and romance life intrigued me. I was happy that her friend Bonnie was back on track with her delicious answers. I also liked the Nero-Zero character and his rescuing crazy procedures. Babs is a sweet old lady who helps a lot. There are many twists and events that spiced up the whole [...]

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    7. Another winning book by Michelle Seigfried. I couldn't put this book down. I took a liking to the Mike Nero character, as crazy as he was. It's about a woman who takes a new job and runs around trying to find who is killing off the residents around the "village". I know I don't make it sound good with my description, but it was fast-paced, fun, suspenceful, romantic, and filled with mobsters and crazy people. A great read for cozy fans!

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    8. I received a copy of this novel in exchange for an honest review.I once read an article that outlined the difference between mystery and suspense. According to the Simon Wood’s article “9 Tips to Writing Suspense Fiction” (posted on Writersdigest), mystery begins with the crime while suspense works almost to avoid it. Wood uses the example of a presidential assassination. In a mystery, the murder takes place immediately, and the characters try to deduce who committed the crime. In a suspen [...]

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    9. 4 STARS Good mystery. Fun Characters, Good plot twists. Well told story that keeps your attention. Also a clean read. I was always trying to figure out who or what was going on. It unfolded the mystery a little at a time. Chelsey Alton heard through a friend that a job in her field was open because the last one was murdered. Chelsey decided to go back to work because of the job opening. As a Municipal Clerk for Coral Beach. It was close enough to commute to work and her parents could babysit her [...]

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    10. If you are looking for a fast-paced mystery to wile away a lazy summer day, then I have the book for you!In Tax Cut, the second book in the Jersey Shore Mystery Series, the author transports the reader back to the Jersey Shore to follow Municipal Clerk Chelsey Alton on her latest mystery investigative adventure. Set in the small shore town of Coral Beach, Chelsey takes the reader on a riveting roller coaster ride full of surprising twists and turns as she and best friend Bonnie investigate the m [...]

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    11. Well, let me just say the Michele made municipal government interesting. This book had a lot of action and kept my attention. The only thing I didn't like about the character Chelsey was that being a single mom, she tended to dump her daughter on her parents too much, I realize she was investigating a murder, but still, I guess she did have a lot going on, including a "stalker". This book was not only action packed, it made me laugh out loud sometimes. Great job Michele.I received a complimentar [...]

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    12. Review: This is the second in the series, following RED TAPE. Filled with suspense, humor, friendships, TAX CUTS is fast paced. Well written and engaging, it was hard to put down. Chelsey is likable and responsible, even conservative and naive. Her friend Bonnie is quite the opposite. When Nero/Zero is added in, along with Babs and her crazy calls, well to say the characters are unique would be an understatement. The suspense is there and it's not quite clear who's running the show until the ver [...]

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    13. What a fun and fast paced book! Quite the enjoyable read. Told from the perspective of a single mom, I thought the characters were life like yet unique and there was a lot of mystery packed into this book. Don't wait--buy it today!

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    14. Although there were a few minor errors, I could easily overlook them because the story was so full of drama, suspense, mystery, and humor. I couldn't put it down! I'm looking forward to reading the next book in this series. Michele is a great author and I enjoy reading her books!

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    15. I liked this even better than the first book in the series. Keep um coming!

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    16. Good readAn interesting story about small town politics.I've spent most of my adult life in small tourist towns. Not too far fetched.

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    17. enjoyed it. would read the author again.

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    18. Goodthe moffa that was trying to get control of this small town on the beache murders and fires are counting.

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    19. KEPT COMING BACKThe pacing of this bloom is a little off, but I would put it down, and then come backl-in-all, I found it to be a good read.

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    20. A fast-paced crime mystery that takes place at the Jersey shore. Couldn't put it down until it was done. Makes you want more from this author.

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    21. FunIt was a fun, cute book. The ending had a little twist which was good. The characters were developed enough that it's ok as a stand alone, or if you want more, you can read the series. I would recommend it; a good beach read.

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    22. Suspense, not mystery, because so much given away by various POVs. Didn't work for me. 2 star

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    23. This book is terrible. I am avoiding using 'bad' because that can be misconstrued as positive and there is nothing positive about this book. My assumption is that the author read a few Janet Evanovich books and thought this can't be hard I'll write one. Then she created a check list, set it is Jersey, have a perky character who is confused about her love life, a sass talking character, an older woman who dresses inappropriately, a lecherous co-worker and some baddies who want to kill the heroine [...]

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    24. Tax Cut (Jersey Shore Mystery Series) — Michele Lynn Seigfried (22 chapters) Dec. 10, 2017This turned out to be really different (first, boring…then delightfully!) than I thought it would be. I should have know by the title that this story was going to be about a financial mystery. The plot sort of bored me after awhile, but I think if you are into municipal and/or financial mysteries, this one, might be much more entertaining. Then, when I was ready to just skip parts of it, I found myself [...]

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    25. This isn't actually a review from me, but I couldn't find somewhere to put this review Tax Cut Received, so I put it here:Reviewed by Trudi LoPreto for Readers’ FavoriteIn Tax Cut (Jersey Shore Mystery Series) by Michele Lynn Seigfried, readers once again join Chelsey Alton in another adventure. I did not read the first book and did not know there was one until after finishing this book. Tax Cut is really a good book that stands alone on its own merits. Chelsey starts a new job as the Municipa [...]

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    26. Marginally entertaining.If you want a fast read, this is it. You can speed read it because there is a lot of unnecessary repetition on so many pages. There was an interesting twist at the end, which accounts for the two star rating, but overall I couldn't wait to finish the book just so I could get it over with!

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    27. I just could not get into this book. The characters seemed silly to me and the writing style didn't capture my attention. Since I know how hard authors work on their books, I'm glad other readers enjoyed it.

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    28. A light-weight mystery that doesn't live up to it's potential.

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    29. Another NJ mystery with a happy ending and questions to be answered in the next book of the series.

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    30. Ok mysteryThis book was just ok. Not bad a quick read. It could have a little more plot to it. I would recommend it.

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