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Was not happy at the author taking the Lord's name in vain. Do not remember that from previous works.Published 3 days ago by Ms. Mary Lawlor
IT'S HARD TO GIVE GRIMES JUST ONE STAR; THUS, TWO STARS. THIS TIME SHE JUST DIDN'T MAKE IT. STORY HAD TOO MANY THREADS, TOOK TO MANY GREY CELLS TO FOLLOW.Published 10 days ago by Nukkles
I always enjoy the Martha Grimes books with Richard Jury. I also enjoy his friend Melrose Plant and the roomer upstairs and all other characters
she has that make her books... Read more
It was not classic Martha Grimes. It got a little strange with the dog and cat conversing,almost as though the author was just tired of the same old, same old, so she threw in a... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Sophia F. Owen
I enjoy all the Ricard Jury books. They are full of supries and are also light-hearted and amusing.Published 4 months ago by Susie I Lewis
A good mystery. I didn't care for the talking animals, but I just skipped those parts.Published 6 months ago by Judy Mc
The second disc was defective. I would like to return it but not sure how or what the procedure is.Published 6 months ago by Robert
I enjoy Martha Grimes novels, and don't expect realism, but the conversation between Mungo and Morris is too much.Published 7 months ago by Janet Spencer