Book Reviews of The Cradle Robbers (Mommy Track, #6)

The Cradle Robbers (Mommy Track, #6)
The Cradle Robbers - Mommy Track, #6
Author: Ayelet Waldman
ISBN-13: 9780425202845
ISBN-10: 0425202844
Publication Date: 8/2/2005
Pages: 224
Rating:
  • Currently 4.1/5 Stars.
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4.1 stars, based on 24 ratings
Publisher: Berkley Hardcover
Book Type: Hardcover
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Another mystery in the Juliet Applebaum series, this one was just as good as the others have been! I really like this character, juggling motherhood and detective work.
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This is not the strongest book in the series. It seemed like there was less plot and more review of the main character. It's a quick read, but not a great read, though I really like the previous books.
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this is a great series which rings true to any mom with small children! strongly recommended!
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Juliet Applebaum, mother of three and private eye, is chasing down a baby whose mother was in jail at time of birth. An agency who assisted in the disappearance is suspect - and then the mother is murdered. Lots of "motherly" details.
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Ayelet Waldman is in top form with "The Cradle Robbers," her 6th in the "Mommy-Track" mystery series.
Los Angeles-based Juliet Applebaum is the harried mother of three young children, including a four-month-old baby girl whom she nurses day and night. In another life, Juliet was a graduate of Harvard Law School and a federal public defender who routinely crushed lying witnesses with her aggressive cross-examination. Now, she is a rumpled and exhausted mother who can barely keep her eyes open. Juliet is filled with self-loathing, not just because she is a terrible housekeeper, but also because she neglects Peter, her long-suffering screenwriter husband. To make matters worse, Juliet's job as a part-time investigator is far from lucrative. Business is bad and promises to get no better anytime soon.
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Juliet is on the loose again...how this mom of three finds time to track down the bad guys is a real mystery to me!As usual Ms. Waldman writes a good book.
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This was my favorite book of this series. The characters have matured and have more interest and the plot was great. It seemed more natural that some of the others, though they are all good.
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I love this author. Another great story.
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Another enjoyable read from Eyelet !!!!!