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It is well written, moves at a great pace and keeps me interested.
I had to choose between being bored to death by not having a good read or being bored to death by trying to read Looking for Yesterday.
I also was left a bit confused at the end -- the culprit's identity was pretty obvious and his reasons didn't really work for me.
Muller remains one of today's best mystery authors. She expounds excessively on gun control but fortunately the suspenseful plot doesn't suffer.Published 25 days ago by P. Miller
This was my least favorite of ALL Sharon Mccone books. (I have read Them all ) the first I think is still one of her best. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Marie Dobbins
First book of Muller's that I have read-took a stab with a library copy. Had to keep plowing forward, until it finally became interesting about halfway through. Read morePublished 2 months ago by GreenJim
I do believe that Sharon is getting "old" and perhaps "pre-menopausal" because she is getting surly! Read morePublished 3 months ago by Barbara and Paul
Marcia's books have been getting better book by book. It is fun to see her growth in her agency and suspense lurks in every chapter.Published 3 months ago by Ray G Walters
Marcia Muller always sends the reader on a rollercoster ride with her books. I have a had time putting it down once I start it, so good.Published 4 months ago by J. Guinses
I found the characters shallow and insipid. The story line itself was fairly interesting but the unrealistic characters were not.Published 4 months ago by Librarian
I have been reading this series for years and have enjoyed the evolution of Sharon McCone's life as much as the mysteries. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Susan J. Sussman
She's been one of my favority mystery writers for many years now. Loved the book, but seemed a little shorter than usual. Looking forward to her new release later this year.Published 5 months ago by Carol Robinson