Publish date: September 6th 2001
Pages no: 288
Edition language: English
Going to applaud Laura Lippman here for tackling race. I was wondering if she was going to do it, and it's slightly imperfect, but I did love her showing how Tess was steeped in privilege and didn't even get how much until she met Jackie (one of her clients with a surprising connection to her) and L...
This was a pretty good mystery, marred by a hasty ending. But after reading that dreadful Patricia Cornwell book a week or so ago, this was just the palate cleanser I needed for that genre.I wasn't expecting too much when I opened it, and I've never read any Laura Lippman before, but from the beginn...
A good solid mystery with strong women characters. Showcases Baltimore and the people living there. It's a slice of the late 1990's with the technology of the time (era of brick cell phones, early work access Internet). Tess Monaghan has set up shop as a private detective and her first cases bring m...
I'm working through the entire series, and this one is the strongest. I'd give it 3.5 stars if possible.
4.5 stars!Memorable Scenes: - Kelly and Spence's first meet in the club > I just overdosed on raw sexual heat and tension. Am I still breathing? I think Cari just killed me...- the scene working late at the Book Nook > sweet and hot at the same time- the scene at the club with Paul > *fans self* but...
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