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I love Martha Grimes Inspector Jury mysteries! They have all the eccentric characters you could want who will make you chuckle but yet there are serious themes also.Published 11 days ago by Mary L. Minium
I loved this. What can I say. It is another great story from the wonderful Martha Grimes. If you are a steady reader if Miss Grimes you will not be disappointed. Read morePublished 25 days ago by julieinwa
Was not happy at the author taking the Lord's name in vain. Do not remember that from previous works.Published 2 months 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 3 months 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 5 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 6 months ago by Susie I Lewis