This book was interesting and a little mysterious. I think the author does a great job weaving the mystical Jewish storyline to the mystery of the family living together as strangers. Great story
This is one of the most engaging and funny mystery series! If you really want to see India and all the complexities that surround it, you should definitely read this book. He is a master at peeling back the veil and showing what goes on underneath this vibrant culture.
All the characters were interesting and he kept all the story lines moving in a funny, yet mysterious way.
They are all wonderful. Mr. Pulli (aka Chubby) and all the others who support him in his endeavors are wonderfully drawn out in these stories.
Although our detective is somewhat of an egotistical windbag, he is always lovable and able to determine the truth of those who scheme to trick and defraud the good people of New Dehli.
If you enjoy a wonderful mystery with an international flavor, I recommend this series. You wil not be disappointed by either the narration or the story.
I am currently working in the Middle East and many of the characters seemed very authentic (as well as entertaining).
The relationships portrayed in the book were spot on.
I am planning on purchasing the other books in this series. A very nice listen on the way to work.
Great story from the series by Rhys Bowen.
Great voice! Perfect for this text.
Simple story but with lots of great characters. It is a fun read on a rainy day.
buy them all. You will love them.
I like the characters and the historical background included in the stories.
Her English accent as the voice of the young Princess Georgianna is true and makes her seem like a young girl that anyone would want to know.
This would be a cute series to put on TV.
This is one of the best series I have ever purchased.
All of the characters are richly developed. They are not stereotypical but more like real friends. I really hated for the book to end.
These characters have been encouraging to me in my own sometimes difficult life. I find solace in listening to them as they resolve their struggles. They all feel like regular friends by the end of the book.
This books is boring and the characters don't seem to have anything to say. It isn't work buying.
I am an American citizen currently living in a Muslim country. This book is so real and has a message that all Western societies, particulary women, should embrace and discuss. If I was still in the US, I would want to join a book club just to discuss this book. The author is an excellent narrator and you feel that you know her after listening to her story.
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