The Seventh Sinner
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: April 26th 2005
Pages no: 288
Edition language: English
Series: Jacqueline Kirby (#1)
The first in the series for Jacqueline Kirby. The story is primarily about a group of college students, studying abroad in Rome. Each has a reason for why they are there and how they are paying for the adventure. One young lady seems to be a target for a murderer because she was the one that saw wha...
Well, they can't all be winners. I'm a fan of the Vicki Bliss series and I've enjoyed several of Ms. Peters stand-alones. I've read a few Jacqueline Kirby stories and enjoyed them, but this one... meh. The opening chapter and dialogue grabbed me right away and I thought "Oh goody, another fun r...
My introduction to the Elizabeth Peters character, Jacqueline Kirby. I'm looking forward to reading more!
I absolutely love Elizabeth Peters' Amelia Peabody series so I thought I'd give her earlier work a try what a mistake. There really wasn't a likable character among the bunch. Nope not even the main character, Jacqueline Kirby. Jacqueline is a librarian who sort of horns in on a group of college stu...
I’ve read the second Jacqueline Kirby book (Murders of Richard III–what, you think I can resist a bunch of Ricardians?), but I thought it would be fun to read the first one. It was, in a way, but I think Peters’ later books are a lot stronger, both in terms of character and plot.