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Interesting characters. Twists and turns. Not easy to figure out. Richard Jury is a character I like to follow. He has an interesting, not to mention challenging, life.Published 8 days ago by Sammy64
So I am not the harshest of critics. That said I love that Martha Grimes tells stories as she does with movie references and animals that are more observant than humans and... Read morePublished 20 days ago by Elizabeth A Besio
I've always loved the Richard Jury mysteries, but maybe I'm getting jaded, because I did not love this one. I even quit before the end.Published 20 days ago by Carole L. Presberg
took a couple of rabbit trails, not sure I thought they were necessary for the story. That's probably just mePublished 24 days ago by allison l.
It is always pleasant to read Martha Grimes, the characters are so familiar by now-I feel as if I had lived with them.Published 1 month ago by a critic
Martha Grimes is one of my all-time favorites, and I liked this one. A lot of her "fans" seemed to hate this book, but I don't see why. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Raymond P. Clark
I liked it, enough that I picked up another by the same author.Published 3 months ago by Linda Botham
Always love the tongue in cheek of a good Jury mystery.Published 3 months ago by Maureen L. Berendt