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  • What a town!🙃

    🌄🏘Skullduggery and mayhem in a quaint small town: zany to the max😄 I loved the oddball characters in this follow-up novel to Arnold Falls: same small town along the Hudson River with a few new arrivals, mysteries and crises. It's all a bit frenetic and confusing at the beginning until the individual characters get their chance to shine. Most of the story is told from Jeebie's point of view. Jeebie is a voiceover actor/music enthusiast fairly recently arrived from NYC who, nevertheless, is in the thick of town business and, for the most part, he and his partner Will are an island of sanity (well, unless there's a certain cow around😉) in a crowd of kooks! Is this story, as the hype says, comparable to P.G. Wodehouse? Yes, in that the town's screw-loose characters see nothing odd about their behavior and everyone else just accepts the strangeness as normal. Blandings Castle move over! The pace never lets up as every summer day in the town brings a new, interesting wrinkle and even the lazy, questionable characters like the former mayor grew on me. There's intrigue, mystery, crime and amateur sleuthing galore, even a little hint of romance, and the climactic chase gets practically the whole town and the FBI involved. If you read and liked Arnold Falls, I think this one is just as good. I read a complimentary advance copy of the book; this is my voluntary and honest opinion.

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