The Immaculate Deception
Publish date: July 2nd 2001
Publisher: Harper Collins
Pages no: 288
Edition language: English
, British Literature
, Cozy Mystery
, Art History
Series: Jonathan Argyll Art Mystery (#7)
bookshelves: books-with-a-passport, art-forms, mystery-thriller, published-2000 Recommended to ☯Bettie☯ by: Hayes Read in June, 2009 from italy to sweden to canada to ???End thoughts - What a lovely surprise this book is. Who knew Pears 'did' a cozy series, and more to the point, who knew he di...
I found tying up loose ends rather tiring. Of course it's the last book of the series, and in a way he's done quite good to all the parties involved, what with matching the nicest criminal with the nicest boss plus creating the perfect family picture with the coming baby... i was actually thinking o...
This closes Pears' art mysteries in a clever way. Like the last two books, Pears brings back Mary Verney and ties up tangling threads by connecting two unlikely characters. All's well that ends well since the General retires, Jonathan and Flavia live happily ever after. Not all is black and white, t...
from italy to sweden to canada to ???End thoughts - What a lovely surprise this book is. Who knew Pears 'did' a cozy series, and more to the point, who knew he did a cozy series that was so lovely to read. You know how in Fargo there is the domestic story of the pregnant cop with loving husband runn...
This one is the most recent in the series... It was as tightly-plotted as 'Death and Restoration,' and the writing was as good, but I didn't like it as much - for personal reasons, I have to admit: At the outset, we're informed that Flavia and Jonathan have just gotten married. Of course, she immedi...
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