Book Reviews of Magic Hour

Magic Hour
Magic Hour
Author: Susan Isaacs
ISBN-13: 9780061099489
ISBN-10: 0061099481
Publication Date: 2/1/1992
Pages: 496
Rating:
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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3.5 stars, based on 41 ratings
Publisher: HarperTorch
Book Type: Paperback
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In her usual witty way, Isaacs weaves a spellbinding romantic mystery.
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Isaac's writes the best books
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Great summer read
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Called in to investigate is Steve Brady, an ex-farm boy turned detective who has nothing but disdain for those with lots of money and egos to match. Topping the long list of suspects is Sy's ex-wife Bonnie, a strangely appealing woman with energy to burn both in and out of bed. As the case against Bonnie builds, so does Brady's obession with her. It isn't long before he is laying the case on the line for her, ignoring all the rules... and the evidence.
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Called in to investigate is Steve Brady, an ex-farm boy turned detective who has nothing but disdain for those with lots of money and egos to match. Topping the long list of suspects is Sy's ex-wife Bonnie, a strangely appealing woman with energy to burn both in and out of bed. As the case against Bonnie builds, so does Brady's obession with her. It isn't long before he is laying the case on the line for her, ignoring all the rules... and the evidence.
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This one was on the bestseller lists for a while! Set in the Hamptons...murder, provocative, and romantic!
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Very entertaining read.
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Witty mixture of murder....satire...romance set in the Hamptons, Long Island's oh-so-fashionable beach resort of choice for everyone who's anyone. But one of these pretentious summer residents, movie producer Sy Spencer, has seen his last power clambake, thanks to whoever has shot him and left him lying dead in the pool.