Book Review of Androgynous Murder House Party: Tales from the Back Page #3

Androgynous Murder House Party: Tales from the Back Page #3
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OK, to be fair, I didn't finish this book. Only managed to get through the part where the group of characters is at the estate at _______________. (And I hate books that use _______________ in place of real place names.) I abandoned the book at Page 48, never finding out who was killed, and the sex or orientation of any of the characters (or caring.)

The narrator, Robin, is a rich, self-obsessed twit. Yes, he or she is purposefully written that way, but even spending 48 pages in his or her company was more than I wanted to endure. The writing is clever and I laughed out loud a few times, but it wasn't enough to make me relish picking the book up again.