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The Gladstone Bag: A Sarah Kelling and Max Bittersohn Mystery, Book 9 | [Charlotte MacLeod]

The Gladstone Bag: A Sarah Kelling and Max Bittersohn Mystery, Book 9

Sarah Kelling's Aunt Emma leaps at the chance to stay at her old friend Adelaide's summer place, enjoying a quiet time repairing some stage jewelry while keeping an eye on the artists and writers who'll be occupying Adelaide's six guest cottages. On the ferry, Emma's Gladstone bag is temporarily stolen. Could someone have mistaken those junk jewels for real diamonds? She meets her guests-to-be who inform her they plan to dig for Pocapuk's legendary pirate treasure without having bothered to get Adelaide's permission. On the island, her bag is heisted again.
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Sarah Kelling's Aunt Emma leaps at the chance to stay at her old friend Adelaide's summer place, enjoying a quiet time repairing some stage jewelry while keeping an eye on the artists and writers who'll be occupying Adelaide's six guest cottages. On the ferry, Emma's Gladstone bag is temporarily stolen. Could someone have mistaken those junk jewels for real diamonds? She meets her guests-to-be who inform her they plan to dig for Pocapuk's legendary pirate treasure without having bothered to get Adelaide's permission. On the island, her bag is heisted again, a trespassing scuba diver is found dead, and a mysterious stranger is off on a rampage of attempted murders. Emma enlists niece Sarah and her husband, Max Bittersohn, for a spot of long-distance detecting.

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    Alison Brooklyn, NY, United States 09-14-13
    Alison Brooklyn, NY, United States 09-14-13 Member Since 2005
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    The narrator gives a great performance, including singing a bit of Mad Margaret's song from Ruddigore with aplomb and skill. The mystery is one of Macleod's weaker efforts but the setting on a small Maine island is delightful, and it's always fun to see Cousin Theonia again.

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    Noni & RW Warrenton, OR, United States 04-22-13
    Noni & RW Warrenton, OR, United States 04-22-13 Member Since 2009

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    "Another delightful tale."
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    This book isn't a direct part of the series involving Sarah and Max, although it still involves fabulous Kelling hijinx. Emma Kelling, Sarah's favorite aunt, has been asked to hostess a group of artists on a private island off the New England coast for the summer. As usual events don't go as smoothly as expected and what follows is a light, funny adventure withe daring do, great characters, a touch of mischief and a bit of murder. The mysteries are just convoluted enough to keep you guessing until the final chapters. The true magic of these stories are the characters themselves. Colourful, outrageous, silly, farcical -- Charlotte's Kelling & Bittersohn tales are entertainment on the order of Miss Marple crossed with Arsenic and Old Lace.

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    linda New York, NY, United States 02-25-13
    linda New York, NY, United States 02-25-13

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    "it's awful not a sarah Kelling btw, some descendan"
    This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?

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    use her usual cast, not some outlier


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    don't read or buy it

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