From Publishers Weekly
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I really enjoyed this book on multiple levels. I think for sure how the second in the series will be five sta rs, this on e had a lot of character building. Read morePublished 2 days ago by C. Thibaudeau
When I started this book I wasn't sure if I was going to like it. As I got to know Blanche I became invested in her character and her story. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Kindle Customer
I enjoyed this more for the way Blanche thought about her employers than for the mystery.Published 12 days ago by N. Wootton
She is realistic with herself and with a healthy economically able person of her age. Doesn't fit those with disabilities or in illness/poverty. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Wayne Tellekson
When I first started reading the book I thought it would be a dud. The book has some parts that will make you laugh at times but it builds to keep you guessing what will happen... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Florence M. Perry
I love, love, love Ms. Neely's writing style. Her words are so descriptive, I could easily visualize her settings an characters. I also love this heroine she created... Read morePublished 1 month ago by A. Linette L.
talks about racism as it was before before the civil war even though the events are believed to have been written much much later.Published 1 month ago by Nancy Pars
Sadly, there are only four Blanche books. They are excellent, wonderful, and I recommend them to anyone! Savor them, they are short, but packed with great cultural commentary.Published 2 months ago by Robin Clune