Book Reviews of Free Love (Olivia Brown, Bk 1)

Free Love (Olivia Brown, Bk 1)
Free Love - Olivia Brown, Bk 1
Author: Annette Meyers
ISBN-13: 9780892966943
ISBN-10: 0892966947
Publication Date: 10/1999
Pages: 240
Rating:
  • Currently 2.8/5 Stars.
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2.8 stars, based on 5 ratings
Publisher: Mysterious Press
Book Type: Hardcover
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This one took a while to get into and is definitely a different type of historical mystery. However, it's an interesting perspective on a very interesting time in history.
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ESCAPE TO ANOTHER ERA
Escapist fiction for me is a story so atmospheric that long after closing the book I can still visualize the scenes. Ms. Meyers' debut of Greenwich Village bohemian Olivia Brown and her motley crew of characters does just that. Yes, Olivia is shallow and self-absorbed, but, hey, she's only in her 20's. If this series is ever interpreted as a movie, buy stock in tobacco. Every other page someone was lighting up a cigarette, to the point, unfortunately, that it was a distraction. Did they really smoke non-stop in the '20's? We'd have no 85-year olds alive today! That aside, this entertaining mystery has me primed for the second in the series, Murder Me Now.
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Series set in 1920's Greenwich Village
reviewed Free Love (Olivia Brown, Bk 1) on + 44 more book reviews
ESCAPE TO ANOTHER ERA
Escapist fiction for me is a story so atmospheric that long after closing the book I can still visualize the scenes. Ms. Meyers' debut of Greenwich Village bohemian Olivia Brown and her motley crew of characters does just that. Yes, Olivia is shallow and self-absorbed, but, hey, she's only in her 20's. If this series is ever interpreted as a movie, buy stock in tobacco. Every other page someone was lighting up a cigarette, to the point, unfortunately, that it was a distraction. Did they really smoke non-stop in the '20's? We'd have no 85-year olds alive today! That aside, this entertaining mystery has me primed for the second in the series, Murder Me Now.