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Have read all of Barbara Michaels books and enjoyed them but this one had a main character that was not very likeable, The relentless feminism became irritating and neither the... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Helen Williams
Barbara Michaels' novels are remarkable not only for the supernatural thrills and intriguing plots but also for the learned insights she provides into the topic at hand, for... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Huma Subzposh
I was surprised that a noted author of the genre "Gothic novels", could present a later creation that felt entirely co-authored, or not authored by her at all? Read morePublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
If you like ghost stories read the books by Barbara Michaels and, if you like suspense, adventure and Egyptology, read Elizabeth Peters.Published 13 months ago by Kindle Customer
I liked the book. It was not the best book I ever read. The book had some suspenseful moments but at times the story moved slowly.Published 13 months ago by krankenhaus 63
Good story. I liked it as much as when I read it at a much younger age. Great humor and believable characters.Published 14 months ago by Sandy
Good story, but lacked the charm of many of her others, the main character was somewhat graceless and her partner unbelievable.Published 15 months ago by P.Sinclair