The Spellman Files
Publish date: March 8th 2011
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Audio
Edition language: English
Series: The Spellmans (#1)
When I started "The Spellman Files", I expected it to be a light-hearted, anarchic, PI story, with attitude. What I got was different and probably better. "The Spellman Files" is full of witty lines and comic situations that spin out of control but at heart, it's really quite serious and more tha...
The Spellmans are a dysfunctional family of detectives. When Rae, the youngest, goes missing, her sister Izzy drops what she's doing and goes looking for her while delving into the Spellman family's past. Who kidnapped Rae Spellman? And does it have something to do with a cold case Izzy is working o...
Colorful cast and imaginative situations. Looking forward to reading more of this series!
Posted on October 8, 2013 by thebookgator Recommended for: someone looking for the literary equivalent of Bringing Up Baby This book won’t work for some, but head into it in the right frame of mind and it’s a fun ride, a modern screwball comedy crossed with spy caper, Harriet the Spy meets Cl...
I may give the second in this series a look, because other people have raved about the author, but I'm not expecting to like it, much. In this, book one, the mystery was OK, though I saw the outcome about half the book before the protagonist did, and the writing was not bad. Humorous, even. But, and...
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