I've read every book in the series up to this one. For the most part, they are always entertaining, and fun. This book however is overshadowed by the behavior of Goldy's son Archie. I realize that as teenagers get older they become more difficult, but that is when parenting becomes a verb and not a noun. His constant whining and disrespectful behavior towards Goldy ruins the book. Davidson still delivers a clever mystery and all is well in the end, but I almost didn't make it to the end. I would still recommend it to fans of the series.
It took me a while to finish it but, I have to say that it was okay. The characters were likeable, and the plot was a bit drawn out. I will probably get the next book because I like the author.
This one was ok but included to much information about her pets and personal matters. This mystery aspect took a backseat.
As a sleuth, Agatha is at her best in this novel. James isn't around and that's a plus. Unfortunately, Charles is. I wish Agatha had differnet male friends.
This was a very enjoyable book. I can't help but love Agatha more. However, if she were a friend of man I would take her aside and help her meet a new man.
I got this book for $1.99 after getting the Kindle version for free. I wish I didn't pay that much. I couldn't get into the book. I never got the concept of a "Techno Shaman". It just wasn't for me.
This was a pretty good book. I figured out who did it and why mid way through, but, I continued to read because it was a very good mystery.
I truly enjoyed this book. Agatha is funny, brilliant and brave. I enjoyed her interactions with both Bill Wong and James Lacey. I hope to see more of this trio in the next book.
I truly enjoyed this book. Kate was at her best. I will read the next one.
I truly enjoyed this book. Agatha is a delightful character. The mystery wasn't complex but it was funny and entertaining. I'm glad I finally gave this series a chance.
This might be the best of the series so far. The mystery is complex and clever. The characters are well developed and realistic. Agatha would be very proud of the book.
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