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Bless the Bride: A Molly Murphy Mystery, Book 10 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
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Molly and Daniel have set a date, and she is helping her future mother-in-law with the wedding preparations. But she is not an acceptable seamstress, so she heads back to the City to see her friends, Sid and Gus. She has agreed to Daniel's request/demand that she give up her detective work when married, but finds enough room to slip around this agreement to take one last case--finding a missing object for the boss of one of the Chinese tongs. Then she discovers that the object is human, and everything becomes complicated (and deadly). This is another fine romp of a mystery, as well as an interesting portrayal of the conflict felt by a woman who has found a way to live her own life and who now must contemplate a much more sedate life.
A fine, fine read, this book has kept me up well beyond my bed time, and I recommend it heartily.
I would recommend reading these novels in order to get a smooth understanding and background of what happened previously to the main character.
"Murphy's Law" is the first novel in this suspenseful series! ENJOY!
She's also tempted by the prospect of taking on one last case. Lee Sing Tai, a powerful man in Chinatown, wants Molly to find something of value that has gone missing. While the task looks impossible on the surface, she digs in and actually manages to make some progress. But the more progress she makes, the more she begins to regret taking this case. Is there a way she can get out of it, especially after a murder takes place?
It's hard to believe this is the 10th book in this historical series. I just can't believe I've been reading them that long. Don't worry about the series losing its spark, however. The world of 1903 New York city is once again brought o vivid life.
The story was so compelling that I had a hard time putting the book down because I had to know how Molly would get herself out of this predicament. Yet it all comes together in a satisfying climax. In fact, the last 10 pages had me smiling the entire time.
Sid and Gus make more than a brief appearance, and it was great to see more of them. And Molly is growing both in deductive skills but also as a person who thinks about her actions. Okay, so she usually thinks about things after the fact, but even that is a step forward for her.
I loved every page of this novel. Fortunately, the next is already being written. Now I just have to wait until it actually gets published.