Why can't more "gentle" contemporary detective novels like this series be created? I usually avoid U.S. contemporaries because of the
*poor qualit..Show More »
Probably my favorite Tess Monaghan audio book so far. (My favorite print book is Sugar House). This book has Tess looking into a news paper story abou..Show More »
I've listened to 3 now, and liked each one better than the previous. Either Tess is maturing, or the author is as a writer. The 2 mysteries are rel..Show More »
Tess NOT in Baltimore?? Though our heroine admits that she just plain doesn't see any point in traveling, this story is terrific, even if she spends m..Show More »
I adore this series and this might be my favorite. It is a perfectly woven mystery with layer upon layer. It unravels at a nice pace and kept me inter..Show More »
The Booklist review referring to the "second in the Tess Monaghan series" is not for this book but for "Charm City." I downloaded this from audible ho..Show More »
My only problem with this book is that, unlike the others, you need to have read/heard the first one for it to make sence. That said, I think the narr..Show More »
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I really enjoy this series. I finished this book in two days. I have been listening to these out of order, but there is no doubt in my mind that I wil..Show More »
I'm not sure if I read the same book as the previous reviewer but I heard a really good mystery. There was nothing religous about it. Mayhem befalls a..Show More »