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Book Reviews of Santa Clawed (Mrs. Murphy, Bk 17)

Santa Clawed (Mrs. Murphy, Bk 17)
Santa Clawed - Mrs. Murphy, Bk 17
Author: Rita Mae Brown, Sneaky Pie Brown
ISBN-13: 9780553807066
ISBN-10: 0553807064
Publication Date: 11/18/2008
Pages: 336
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 46 ratings
Publisher: Bantam
Book Type: Hardcover
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vintagejoy avatar reviewed Santa Clawed (Mrs. Murphy, Bk 17) on + 326 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 1
Yipee! Brown seems to have gotten her political views out of her system from her last book, and this one is vintage Sneaky Pie Brown. The animals are on the prowl again, and as usual do their great job detecting. Good plot line, I was really surprised who did it when I got to the end. Had no clue! Excellent and quick read.
reviewed Santa Clawed (Mrs. Murphy, Bk 17) on + 8 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 1
Another great book in the series.
It was easy, enjoyabe, and relaxing reading.
reviewed Santa Clawed (Mrs. Murphy, Bk 17) on + 144 more book reviews
Very cozy,quick read. I thought it light, but well written and I love the animals insight.
4fabfelines avatar reviewed Santa Clawed (Mrs. Murphy, Bk 17) on + 112 more book reviews
The Christmas season is upon Crozet Va. and Harry Harristen and her brood are excited. They are getting a beautiful tree from the Brothers of Love convent.
They arrive at the tree farm and one of the brothers is someone Harry knew in high school. The man had fallen from grace due to insider trading and became a monk to repent of his sins.
When Harry, Fair and the animals come back to pick up the tree, they fine Brother Chrisopher dead at the base.
Later his autopsy reveals he has a ancient coin stuck under his tounge.
What does it mean and why are the monks targeted??
When another Brother ends up dead, they know something has targeted them, and Harry and brood are right in the middle of it.
The animals of course lend the best part of the story.
For a couple of books, Rita Mae had gotten into heavy politics and discussions that did not lend a good vibe to the theme of the books.,
This one for the most part, stayed away from that.
I hope the furure books get back to the original theme, the animals.
The first ones, paydirt and wish you were here were the best ones...
Hope they take a turn for the better.