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A Blunt Instrument
A Blunt Instrument
Price: £4.99

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Boiled sweets anyone?, 25 Mar. 2016
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Guessed the murderer so quickly that I skipped to the end to find the motive. Really annoyed. If I spent nearly a fiver on a bag of sweets it would have taken longer to eat them than it took to spot this perpetrator. No amount of whimsical, golden age charm excuses this one. One star for putting pen to paper. I really do not understand what other reviewers could be thinking.


Obsession in Death: In Death Series: Book 40
Obsession in Death: In Death Series: Book 40
Price: £4.99

3 of 7 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Writing by numbers, 13 Feb. 2015
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Really boring and disappointing. I have read lots of the books in this series and am beginning to think they are a bit like the painting by numbers sets we had as children. You can do better J D. Perhaps it's time to bring the series to a dignified end.


George V's Children
George V's Children
Price: £6.02

2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars george v's children, 15 July 2012
I think the number of typos seriously interferes with this book. How can an author be taken seriously if this is the standard? A few might be forgiven but I stopped counting. Then there's the grammar. Really poor editing.


The Bar Sinister: Pride and Prejudice Continues...
The Bar Sinister: Pride and Prejudice Continues...
by Linda Berdoll
Edition: Paperback

5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars The Bar Sin Sister, 29 Sept. 2003
A rollicking Regency bonk buster which must send some Austen fans into a spin.From first to last this is a story informed more by sexual fantasy than by any concern for consistency of style or characterisation. But don't knock it. Some of the incidents, a lot of the dialogue and all of the sentence construction will have you laughing out loud.While Darcy's main attraction in the original lies in his inscrutable demeanor here it lies in his well trained bedside, on top of mahogany table, underneath furniture ...you name it, manner. Elizabeth is a happy partner to all of this. Some depth of character is gained through personal tragedies, illicit goings on and all. However, Jane Austen it is not.


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