The Chalk Girl (Kathleen Mallory, #10)
Publish date: July 3rd 2012
Pages no: 528
Edition language: English
Series: Kathleen Mallory (#10)
The whole Mallory series is entertaining as hell. It is also ridiculous in the way of many mysteries: an incredibly clever and personally wealthy person works for the NYPD, solving clever crimes without having to do any of the tedious work. Mallory is also beautiful, and immaculately groomed at all ...
Author Carol O'Connell has been doing this series long enough that this latest volume reads like a well-oiled machine with a fast pace and a macabre sense of humor, that's somewhat balanced by main character Kathy Mallory having a heart of gold beneath her well groomed but stone cold exterior. Mallo...
The only other book I ever read in this this series was the first one several years ago. I don't remember it very well, but looks like I gave it 3 stars, too. This was an okay read, but I don't feel compelled to go back and read any that I missed. The main character is "quirky", for lack or a bet...
Carol O'Connell's "The Chalk Girl" has more twists and turns than a Coney Island roller coaster. I hated to put it down!In this story, Special Crimes Unit Detective Kathy Mallory and her partner have two issues to investigate: a little girl who appears in Central Park with blood on her shoulder ("I...