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In Three Sisters, we're introduced to Emily Castles, a perfectly normal woman who just happens to pay a little more attention to what's going on around her than most. This interesting trait leads Emily into the world of sleuthing, and the reader can't help but follow on her heels--wondering all the while what danger she might be getting herself into.
Helen Smith's descriptions are clever, creative and richly-textured, and her dry, understated wit never fails to bring a smile to my face.
I look forward to more Emily Castles adventures!
Three sisters- I loved it, I mean who doesn't love a party with alittle murder on the side? I love mystery books but most of the books I have read the person is always found after the murder takes place. I love how the author describes everything and paints a picture for the reader to be able to picture what's happening in your mind's eye that's why I love books it's like a movie playing in your head, but that's only if the author can spark your interest and keep it through the whole book, and she has sparked my interest.
Showstoppers- who doesn't like the theater? Some not very nice letters and a "killer" video shot a while back that should of never been, everyone has skeletons in their closet that they don't want anyone to know about but alittle death too?
Real Elves- it's Christmas and the setup to see Santa sounds so magical and fanatic. Let us take a trip through the enchanted forest.
I really liked this book can't wait to read more of Emily's mysteries!
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This collection of 3 short mysteries and puzzles set in London are quick light reads.Read more
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