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on May 25, 2014
For a romantic mystery type of novel, this was very good. Even excellent.
It takes some twists and turns, has great character development, and plot development, too. I read the whole book, even knowing that it was more a romance novel, than a classic mystery.
Once I posted my review, from my iPad, I was shown a few other books by the same author, and realized that I may have gotten the one with the least romance, and the most mystery! I mention my iPad - the original one - only because of the inflexibility to immediately add to, or change, the review. To get to it, I must wait for the notice by email and then follow that link here.
Given it is not the type of material I usually read, it is, indeed, very good. Unfortunately I have nothing to which I can compare this book; rather ... fortunately. But, as a long time musician, a rocker of sorts, the rock musician aspect of this book it did hit me in a certain way. Especially having had the honor of meeting John Lennon and Paul McCartney, the latter of whom once told me, "remember, we're just like you!" The Beatles couldn't just go down to the corner store for a pack of gum, or a newspaper, without being mobbed. There's an element of this truth in Ms. Weir's book, as well, which is part of Eddie Berlin character's psychological make-up.
If you take a chance on this romance novel, with truly very few pages of explicit ... er, uh ... romance, you might just like it. Really, it was very enjoyable!