Book Reviews of The Maine Mulch Murder (Wwl Mystery, 483)

The Maine Mulch Murder (Wwl Mystery, 483)
The Maine Mulch Murder - Wwl Mystery, 483
Author: A.Carmen Clark
ISBN-13: 9780373264834
ISBN-10: 0373264836
Publication Date: 2/1/2004
Pages: 256
Rating:
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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3.5 stars, based on 8 ratings
Publisher: Worldwide Library
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 1
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Ms. Clark's writing style was engaging. The narratives of the Maine geography and lore added to the enjoyment. Ms. Clark wrote a newspaper column for her local area in Maine, full of gardening, recipes, and nature. The column was called "From the Orange Mailbox: Notes from a Few Country Acres" which is also the name of her other book. Sadly these two books were her only books in print. She passed away at the age of 88.
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Tangled Roots.

When Amy Creighton finds the body of a young man in a mulch pile, the sixty-year-old editor is as stunned as the rest of the peaceful community of Granton, Maine. But her sharp mind and eye for detail quickly pull her into a mystery that threatens to expose some dark secrets about the inhabitants of this historic locale.
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I liked this book. There is always something happening or a question to be answered. Who was the victim? Why was he there? What are some of the locals up to and are they involved in the murder? The introduction of a new character two thirds into a book would normally irritate me, but this character is quite important and I really liked the end of the story. I had hoped this was part of a series, but it looks like it isn't unfortunately.
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Good book. Senior sleuth in Maine.
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Quote from "The Mystery Review": "More than a traditional mystery, this book offers an honestly written book at two independent people who get another chance."

My comment: Highly enjoyable and recommended.