Exploring marriage, fidelity, friendship, family, and mortality, The Late, Lamented Molly Marx is a funny, yet tender love story about a flawed but appealing woman forced - better late than never - to take responsibilities for the choices in her complicated life.
©2009 Sally Koslow; (P)2009 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
This book came as a surprise to me. I didn't realize that it would be a mystery, for some reason. But it's more than a mystery--it's a fun character story where we get to know the main character after she's dead. Molly Marx was an interesting woman--creative, loving, and, perhaps a little naive. I wish I'd known her before she was gone. Fun story.
Yes, I liked it very much. The narrator was terrific.
Molly was my favorite character, of course. I also liked her friend Brie.
She did a great job with all of them. She made me like Molly, Luke, Annabelle, Brie and Molly's parents. Made me not like Barry, Kitty, and especially Stephanie!
The moments when Molly watches Annabelle from above.
Really liked this book. Hope to find other things by this narrator and this author.
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