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- Print Length: 234 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1983906034
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- Publication Date: January 20, 2018
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B0796G37GY
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She reminds me of Stephanie Plum, with magic--sorry, magick--thrown in. (That was not a compliment--I gave up on Plum around about book 12.)
So, why do I keep reading this series? Because the supporting characters are delightful, and the mysteries aren't half bad. And usually the writing is error-free. There was one glaring error in this one--the use of "corporal" when the word should have been "corporeal." And there were some minor grammar errors. The author also has a regrettable tendency to use unmatched commas.
I just wish that Althea Rose wasn't such a lame character. Her inner monologues are so tiresome to read.
With luck, she'll show some maturity in the next book--but I'm not betting on it.
The author's other two series are, I think, much better indicators of her talent.
I was strongly tempted to give 3 stars, but the supporting characters tipped it to 4--and I couldn't give it 3.5.