Three Pines, Louise Penny's fictional village outside Montreal and its characters are so dear to me. I missed them! The research that went into The Beautiful Mystery was amazing, but I was almost glad when the book ended.
This was one of the best, and I have enjoyed all the Andy Carpenter series. There is a little bit of everything a good mystery should include, but without the graphic, unnecessary foul language so many other American writers dump in. Thanks, Rosenfelt!
Mysteries don't have to include comic relief, and in this book, it was a good thing they don't.
Our book club favorite! Love the progression of the characters and the absorbing mysteries which are not laced with the common profanity of many current authors.
My first G.M. Malliet read, and now I don't remember much about it- ergo- must not have been too great.
This was not Deborah Crombie's first in the series, but I liked hearing the male reader, as opposed the the females, who have read most of her works.
Not much humor and no mystery, unless it came at the end, which I didn't listen to.
The Fethering series is nice to follow - language and characters never vulgar! Simon Brett isn't the best reader, but a fabulous writer, in my opinion.
What fun to hear. Good mystery, wonderful narration and different from anything I have ever heard. "Mama G" and family help with the detective agency as they try to live up to its humble reputation as best in India ( or the world).
This book had it all! No plot has ever had that much depth and ability to absorb the reader into it!! My choice of this book was partly because I love Reginald Hill, and partly because someone reviewed it as the best book he had written. I'll go further... it was the best book, period, that I have listened to, and I have listened to many! I loved it and highly recommend it to anyone who enjoys a compelling story with a reader who seems to dwell right in the book itself.
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