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Review Date: 4/7/2007
Helpful Score: 4
Very interesting concept. Somewhat of a poignant ending, but an admirably written book.
Review Date: 1/14/2007
Helpful Score: 2
In the genre of the Brother Cadfael medieval mysteries. Almost as entertaining. I'll know more after I read the second in the series.
Review Date: 5/2/2007
The first that I have read by this author. I need to go back and pick up her original in this series.
Review Date: 1/28/2007
Another one of the great Spenser series. Riveting.
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Review Date: 5/24/2006
Simply another great Elmore Leonard novel.
Review Date: 11/11/2006
Wow!! The surprise ending is a kick.
Review Date: 1/2/2007
Written in 1951. Fairly well ahead of the "come-true" aspects of a futuristic novel.
Review Date: 10/3/2006
Publishers Weekly says "The dialogue snaps with intelligence and humour and the characters become fully dimensioned." My thoughts; I thoroughly enjoyed the book.
Review Date: 8/22/2006
The beginning of Phillip Marlowe. Great to read of the mores of the 1930's.
Review Date: 1/18/2007
Murder, kidnapping, blackmail--unpriestly concerns that are disrupting the parish and may cost Roger Dowling his life. Fortunately, the good father knows that heaven helps those who help themselves. (From the back cover).
Review Date: 2/26/2007
A great series. Sister Frevisse is a miracle.
Review Date: 12/9/2006
Another in this great series about Dave Robicheaux. Elmore Leonard would be proud of James Lee Burke's efforts.
Review Date: 3/19/2007
An historical novel of the thriller genre. First in a series.
Review Date: 8/3/2006
I began to read this series because of its locale. Now I read one for the pure enjoyment. This is another great Ben Kincaid novel.
Review Date: 10/4/2006
An intriguing concept. Let alone 5 recipes. Very good read!
Review Date: 11/21/2006
Another in the new (to me) Sunny Randall series. The female Spenser takes charge, along with Jesse Stone, police chief of Paradise. Great suspense.
Review Date: 4/6/2007
The Sister Frevisse series is wholly entertaining. Fascinating falls short of a description.
Review Date: 10/30/2006
A Victorian mystery full of historical suspense. An historical look at the way women were thought of in that age.
Review Date: 7/19/2006
Quite a bit different than the lawyer types, but well-written and fascinating.
Review Date: 2/19/2007
Another in a great series of historical novels. Anne Perrey knows the 19th century.
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