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Publisher's Summary

Amory and Milo plan to quietly winter in Italy. But Amory receives an urgent summons to the English countryside. There, Amory and Milo are surprised to discover a group of guests have been invited, led by socialite Isobel Van Allen. Isobel has returned to England after years of social exile to write a sequel to her scandalous first book. Her second incriminating volume, she warns the house's occupants - all of whom were present when one of their companions was killed years ago - will tell everything that really happened that fateful night. But some bones are meant to stay buried, and when a desperate person turns to murder, it's up to Amory and Milo to sort through a web of lies to uncover the truth.

©2016 Ashley Weaver (P)2016 Dreamscape Media, LLC

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Revenge

This is the third Ashley Weaver book I've read. All are enjoyable and I like the characters.
I can recommend all three of her books.

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Don't bother

What disappointed you about A Most Novel Revenge?

The narrator. Very, very similar voices for each character.

What was most disappointing about Ashley Weaver’s story?

A rehash of the first book with a few twists. Author should start afresh with a new story line.

What didn’t you like about Alison Larkin’s performance?

Distinguishing voice characterizations pretty much non-existent.

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

Get it over with.

1 of 2 people found this review helpful