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All of the Molly Murphy books have been delightful and easy to read and compelling with the mysteries involved. I have liked everyone except one and this is one of the best.Published 2 days ago by Georgia
I've read a few Molly Murphy books some time ago and judged them OK, but nothing special. The "In Gilded Cage" that I've just read to have a break from more serious stuff... Read morePublished 21 days ago by Christopher
I really like the main character and couldn't wait to find out how Molly solves the crime. The characters in the book are realistic, the good ones are likeable, and I was happy to... Read morePublished 3 months ago by wrtrblok
I love all the Molly Murphy books, so there's not much point in my continuing to critique them. I fully intend to read all of them.Published 5 months ago by Rita Mason
Daniel refused to take Molly to walk in the Easter Parade so Molly joins Sid and Gus march for women's rights. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Bettylouise
This is the 8th in the MOLLY MURPHY series.
The winter of 1902-3 had been a difficult one in New York. Read more