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Anne Perry's new series is off to a great start with "No Graves as Yet."
Unfortunately, "NO GRAVES AS YET," gets off to a slow start, and this may discourage those who ordinarily would be interested in reading the other four books.
I couldn't really bond with any of the characters and the plot was uninteresting.
I have full set of five novels which I have read. Misplaced this first one; thus I reordered a used one. The novels are fantastic and I wanted to find out more about WWI.Published 1 month ago by SusieQ
i have always enjoyed Anne Perry's mysteries. This book seemed a little slow in grabbing my interest. Read morePublished 4 months ago by S J Perrott
This is one book I'd skip. Not very interesting and totally unbelievable. I can't think of anything I liked about the book other than the sttPublished 5 months ago by Hazelhawk, Winnetka IL
Good easy reading but light on content -- it can hold a person's interest.Published 5 months ago by Robert Ward
Pretty slow going and not much in the way of action. A book of historical manners and attitudes that I personally don't really miss. May give the next in the series a go. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Paul Grinyer
I loved the WWI series by Perry. Whatever few plot flaws, not nearly big enough to put me off. This 100th Anniversary of that (needless) war reminds me of Perry, the sufferings of... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jean Purcell
A plot that could be considered useful in today's times as men seek to rule with greed and power. Kept me guessing up to the last moment. Riveting !Published 6 months ago by Va. Master Gardener
Though the plot evolved very slowly it held my interest and in the end I was glad to have read it..Published 7 months ago by Patricia
It is a good read. It is exciting and characters are well drawn but it has a weak ending. Hopefully the follow-on is better.Published 8 months ago by Marilyn Verdonck