Publish date: November 30th 2012
Publisher: MLR Press
Pages no: 312
Edition language: English
Series: Skyler Foxe Mystery (#3)
Narrator status: Much improved! All the issues I had with the last two are gone here. The accents are still a little rough but at least Cashmere doesn't have any lines, so there were no Jamaican/Irish hybrid accents to put up with. Foxe status: He really is TSTL and I'm glad the characters all ack...
2,7 rounded to 3 starsIf you liked the first two books you'll probably enjoy the last book in the series too. It's an easy holiday read, at least partially funny and charming. I found it difficult to like the main characters.Skyler was annoying most of the timeand Keith, a gorgeous hunk of male fles...
Haley Walsh can do no wrong with this series. I'm thrilled that there will be more!
3.75 stars rounded upI was one of the very few who disliked the previous book, [b:Foxe Hunt|12091706|Foxe Hunt (Skyler Foxe Mystery, #2)|Haley Walsh|http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1311334731s/12091706.jpg|17060066]. I knew that Skyler didn't always made a good decision (some thoughts he was TSTL -- ev...
I am a huge fan of this series. I just love Skyler, he can be a bit annoying at times but he also reminds me a bit of Dick Van Dyke's character Mark Sloan in Diagnosis Murder, or even Angela Lansbury's character Jessica Fletcher in Murder She Wrote. Its a really entertaining read and has some nice t...