From Library Journal
-?Barbara Hoffert, "Library Journal"
Copyright 1997 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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The characters are the most interesting feature of this and other Richard Jury novels by Martha Grimes. I enjoy their company.Published 29 days ago by Val
I've read all of the Richard Jury novels and for the past 14 months or so I've been rereading them. I think I've overdone it, because usually I love the books in this series. Read morePublished 3 months ago by The Skeptic
Mystique -- well written -- keeps you guessing to the end -- series characters do not disappoint.Published 5 months ago by E. Smith
I generally love Grimes' Jury novels. This one was a little slow and hard to get into. The setting was hard to picture for this American.Published 5 months ago by Angela L. Miller
Richard Jury is a character I love to follow. His life in interesting, and the mysteries are challenging.Published 6 months ago by Sammy64
I am a die hard Martha Grimes mystery fan. Her wit and irony with multiple plots are one on a par with ChristiePublished 6 months ago by reader mom
The Richard Jury mysteries are always full of sub plots, with friends of Jury--Melrose Plant, Aunt Agatha, Wiggins, Carol Anne and many other friends and neighbors, who are... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Nancy Wikoff Leetch
I love Melrose, Jury, Carol-Anne, Trueblood, and tether characters added prior to this novel. However, either Grimes editor was asleep at the job or Grimes herself didn't have... Read morePublished 11 months ago by CHSDCA