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    Awesome Read

    This was an awesome book filled with intrigue and general surprise. I would highly recommend this book to anyone.
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    Whodunnit and whodunnit

    A double whodunnit that is well written and throws a couple of curvballs at you - and a great change of scene. Two mysteries and you'll want to get to the bottom of both so the pages fly by.
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    Too long and convoluted.

    Just not crazy about books set in England. I read the first few chapters and then skimmed through the rest.
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    An enjoyable Christie wannabe

    HOUSE OF SILK by Horowitz is a 5 star book for me, framed by the Sherlock Holmes canon. MAGPIE MURDERS is set in an Agatha Christie format, with a clever story-within-a-story plot. The central character is the editor for a writer who has supposedly committed suicide, but she suspects foul play. All the Christie elements are there--the large cast of characters, the constant red herrings, and the final twist at the end. The book kept me reading--but the main character became annoying at times, with her constant waffling among her many theories. A good read--but Christie did it better!
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