The Last Word
Publish date: July 9th 2013
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Mystery Thriller
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
Series: The Spellmans (#6)
When the parental unit goes on strike, Izzy finds that she's bitten off more than she can chew running Spellman Investigations but that is far from her only problem. Her friend and former client, Edward Slayter, has Alzheimers. Henry Stone wants to talk to her. Her brother keeps tricking her into sp...
I have both loved and not loved every book in this series, including this one. I loved the humour and the characters and the snark. The only books on earth where I looked forward to footnotes. The writing is the type that appeals to me the most: snarky and clever. I love how there are many myst...
As usual, Isabel Spellman is having a rough time. After staging a hostile takeover of the family business (previously described in book document #5), she’s discovering being the boss is harder than she thought. Her parents are protesting the new management (she’s lucky if her dad comes to work in pa...
There's always been a bittersweet note to the Spellman novels. Yes, they're sometimes laugh-out-loud funny, but there are underlying tensions and disappointments for the characters that preclude complete happiness at the end of the novel.Spellman #6, The Last Word, may be the last of the Spellman no...
Read my full review: http://bit.ly/16x0Ju7My opinion: I must admit, being a huge Lisa Lutz and Spellman fan that this book is the least favorite in series. I did not feel as though it was as well written, nor as snarky humorous, as others in the series.It simply had the feeling of being thrown toget...