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by Rita Mae Brown
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One Page at a Time rated it 7 years ago
Mrs. Murphy is definitely getting political and topical in the mysteries. This one was the almost obligatory breast cancer issue -- so it was fitting that I read it in National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Though the topical aspect of this mystery was woven better into the lives of the character...
Readz
Readz rated it 7 years ago
Call me a crochety old lady, but I expect my animal-talkin' cozy mysteries to be light and fluffhy. I don't expect them to be a lesson on cancer treatment and the current bleak state of affairs in America and assorted other depressing topics. Seriously? I read these sorts of books to escape all t...
Jammies' books
Jammies' books rated it 7 years ago
Ms. Brown is still using her fiction to beat her readers over her head with her political views. I still love Tee Tucker, Mrs. Murphy and Pewter, but the subplot was both unrealistic and annoying. When Harry is diagnosed with and treated for breast cancer, does she cry and scream and rage at the u...
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