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enlightening story from a Trade Center survivor

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Reviewed: 09-03-19

It's good to hear a story from a survivor of the Trade Center attack. This story is also enlightening because of the words of wisdom the author has added about growing up blind, guide dogs, and the proper ettiquite around both. Only distraction is the hokey music at the end if each chapter.

Loved listening to this story I read so long ago!

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Reviewed: 08-01-19

You must meet Mrs. Pollifax. Much braver and more active than Agatha Christie's Ms Marple but just as endearing.

character development gets better with every book!

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Reviewed: 07-15-19

Loved how the central theme of the story, developed from previous story lines, helped us learn, alongside Captain Lacey mysteries from his past.

Love this series!

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Reviewed: 07-05-19

Jack and Sarah make the perfect duo. Glad Jack is back in the Cotswolds. He's a credit to what an " average Joe" -type Yank is.

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How realistically the lives continue to intertwine

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Reviewed: 06-01-19

Ruth and Nelson's personal lives take on more meaning as they struggle with the anguish caused by previous decisions. The characters of : Judy , Cathbad, Clough and Michelle become more 3- dimensional .
The mysteries , family dynamics of the murder victims families, and the chaos caused by loss are all presented beautifully.

Excellent Story of A Woman who changed History

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Reviewed: 04-09-19

I knew of Madame Currie's scientific achievements but nothing about her personal struggles and life.

Very likeable

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Reviewed: 01-30-19

A bit of a fantasy but well worth listening if you like cats and cozy mysteries.

Just found this series. Love it t!

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Reviewed: 01-23-19

Talking cats sounds silly but this book was a well-written mystery with all the characters - human and feline - fully developed.

Easier to follow if you've read the book

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4 out of 5 stars
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Reviewed: 01-18-19

The books chapters switch between current time and during the blitz in WWII London. I hadn't read the book first, so it took several times to listen to some chapters to figure this out. Still, if you can follow the time switches, it's an interesting approach to a new series. I've read other books in the series and like the characters of Arthur and John (Bryant and May).

Slow build up but interesting finish

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Reviewed: 01-05-19

This is the first I've read in this series. I generally seek out historical fictions. I'm interested now in other books in this series.

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