©2000 Jeanne M. Dams; (P)2001 Books on Tape, Inc.
"Dams writes with a good ear for Midwestern dialogue and develops her characters lovingly. Altogether, this is a warm and worthy read." (Publishers Weekly)
This is an entertaining, well written "cozy" mystery.
Dorothy Martin is a retired American teacher who emigrated to England. Her husband, Alan Nesbitt, is a retired Scotland Yard police officer. I enjoy their relationship. It's an interesting and well balanced combination. Both are very intelligent. When trying to solve a mystery, Dorothy can be a little over enthusiastic. Alan's years of investigating crime helps to keep them "on task".
This book was published in 2000. Computers and cell phones were not prevalent. Even though I love my computer, it's refreshing to read a story where there is less reliance on technology. There is no graphic violence, sex or crude language. This is a relaxing book, great for listening as I fell asleep.
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