File M for Murder
Athena College's new writer in residence is native son and playwright Connor Lawton, known for his sharp writing-and sharper tongue. After an unpleasant encounter, librarian Charlie Harris heads home to a nice surprise: his daughter Laura is subbing for another Athena professor. Unfortunately... show more
Athena College's new writer in residence is native son and playwright Connor Lawton, known for his sharp writing-and sharper tongue. After an unpleasant encounter, librarian Charlie Harris heads home to a nice surprise: his daughter Laura is subbing for another Athena professor. Unfortunately her old flame Connor Lawton got her the job.But before Connor finishes his newest play, he's murdered-and Laura is the prime suspect. Charlie and his faithful cat, Diesel, follow Connor's cluttered trail to find the true killer before his daughter is forever catalogued under M...for murderer.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: January 31st 2012
Pages no: 294
Edition language: English
Series: Cat in the Stacks Mystery (#3)
Charlie Harris gets a nice surprise when his daughter, Laura comes to Athena from to fill in for a professor in the drama dept. at Athena college. He learns that her ex-boyfriend, Connor Lawton, a who's at the college as a writer-in-residence, while working on his new play helped her get the job. Ch...
Okay, let's get to it! In File M for Murder, Charlie and his beloved cat Diesel are thrilled when Charlie's daughter, Laura, comes home to teach at the college for a semester. The only downside? Genius but asshole play write, Connor Lawton, is also teaching AND he happens to be Laura's ex boyfrien...
At work so I’ll do a full review when I get home. Here’s the short and simple: - hollow, stereotypical characters - sexism that made me uncomfortable - too quick and undeveloped resolution - Diesel is amazing
This is more like a 2.5 star read, but I'm giving it the benefit of the extra 1/2 because I love Diesel. I didn't like the way Charlie came across in this book. And the victim was such a tool he deserved what he got!!
If you're looking for a polite, genteel cozy-mystery, you like cats and libraries, this series might be worth checking out. Diesel the cat is enough to make anyone want a cat and the mysteries are fairly solid as well. The plot of this, the third in the series, I found interesting - a lot of suspe...