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  • Crime with a Shakespearean flavour

    Likeable cop struggling to find the truth despite machinations of flamboyant witnesses with their own agendas. Some gore, som light relief.

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  • Plotting the Play

    Crisply written. Attractive characters. Subtext of Elizabethan drama is interesting but the plot is far too gory for a 'cozy' novel. Should be humorous, custard creams?? but fails because of the gore. Be more literate and clever and less bloody.

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  • Plotting the play

    I have just found Milly Reynolds, her books are full of reality, pathos and comedy. I love them.

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  • Plotting the play,

    I was really enjoying the story but the ending was very dissapointing and left me wondering what it was all about. Very weak ending.

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  • Missing the Mark

    The tone of the book sets an atmosphere that borders on comedy. The detectives stumble about the country side like college students on a lark. Malone, with his "trusty" notebook which he tells us over and over again has a satisfying snap, comes across as inept. And his obsession with "luscious" cookies is overdone. The author might do better with a female character as her lead. Mike Malone does not impress. The story needs to be fleshed out. The reader is left trying to fill in too many blanks.

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