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A fun read. The characters are colorful and the plot is engaging. The civil war is still being fought in Maggody Arkansas!Published 1 month ago by Patricia Foust
My parents loved this series, so I read this to see what they were raving about. It turned out to not be my cup of tea, so to speak. Read morePublished 7 months ago by John H. Macdonough
The story was alright, but I didn't like the characters. Perhaps it was just me. Someone else may think differently.
Bought the whole series....very interesting reading. You can count on Amazon for all your needs. These were a great buyPublished 11 months ago by miclaud
I read this book for a book discussion group. At page 23 I was looking to see how many pages I was going to have to suffer through to finish it. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Arlys Ferrell
I am always waiting to see what will happen next in maggody. love all the characters which joan is able to keep in character through out all the series.Published 19 months ago by dakotascout
Another fun/funny book about the odd folks in Maggody. A cute book even if you missed all the other books in the series. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Pamela F. Parker
Any Arly Hanks story is fun and this one delivers the goods. The characters in Maggody are always a riot and I enjoy all of them.Published 21 months ago by J. S. Klos
I honestly couldn't stand to finish it. It convinced me that cozies involving colorful characters from back-water regions are not for me. Read morePublished on May 26, 2011 by Alice L. Ramirez