- File Size: 1967 KB
- Print Length: 2151 pages
- Publisher: McGovern Books; 1 edition (February 8, 2018)
- Publication Date: February 8, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B079Q3PJ7C
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,347 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
A Murder In Milburn, The Complete Series: 12 Book Box Set With 12 Delicious Recipes & Bonuses Kindle Edition
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Like all of us, Nora's life seems to have its ups and downs. Her dream is to open her own diner and offer a different menu from that offered by other establishments in the area.
Nora seems to have a thirst for mystery and although she doesn't always find the bodies, she does feel it necessary to help find the culprits and solve the mysteries of who, what, how, and why in each case.
Nora and Sean become friends, but when Nora meets Harvey Nathaniel, a local real estate developer, she is drawn to him. With her share of luck and her good instincts, Nora may even live long enough to get married...
The series involves many murders, with situations, locations, and people that bring the stories to life. Nora is frequently up to something that includes a variety of friends and enemies associated with her investigations.
Nancy McGovern has done a wonderful job of writing this series. Among \the characters are the some people you would like to know better, while others are people you would never want in your life, or the lives of your children. The situations are varied and the characters very realistic.
Sorry. Annoyed because I like the story and the characters. Though the way they are back and forth on who they are and can’t make a decision to save themselves is frustrating and extremely annoying. And that’s not just the main chick, it’s every single one of them.
These stories are supposed to take place in Wyoming, yet from the terminology you would think they are set in Australia.... A lot of words I found are used by my Aussie friend, but did see a couple that could be British. Terms include Lamingtons (had to google that one), using the word rubbish when a character thought something wasn't true, saying you lot, for a bunch of people a group of people etc., We do not put our clothes in Cupboards, we put them in closets, we don't say poor sod....we would say poor guy, poor jerk.....but not sod...When Nora gets out of jail for a big celebration at her landlady's house, it is written that her landlady can't wait to meet her...what? they have met, should have been see her or greet her. American's say cookies, not biscuits. Harvey dancing with Mrs. Mallally ( what kind of name is that?) has the entire room in splits (??) we say stitches. An irritating thing about Nora was she did things you are not supposed to do....walk in the open door of her dark diner.....really? Just as stupid as those tv shows where the guy is being chased by a car and runs down the middle of the road.....does he really think he can out run a car???? And one of the most bothersome things from the first book to the last, was when the word should have been brought.....it was always spelled bought. aaaarrrggghhhh! either the author is foreign or the transcriber is and the author just did not check her books for errors.