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  • perfect last book to the series

    Tradd Street Series is wonderful, and I am sad that this is the final book in the series but excited to see more of Beau and Nola in the new series coming from Karen White. Each book in this series continues exactly where the one before it lets off and I do recommend reading them in order. In this book we find Mellie and Jack separated but living in the same house as a movie is being filmed in their house. The attraction and love between Mellie and Jack is still there and I was cheering for them to get past their differences and find a way to get back together. I liked that even though they were separated they still respect each other, and the Almost Kiss Count had me wanting them to Almost Kiss through the whole book. I loved the family dynamics, the interaction of the ghosts, and the way Karen White pulled all the loose ends together leaving me not needing more but still wanting more. The theme baby shower was so funny, I cannot imagine what the guests truly thought when they received that invitation and arrived at the party. The setting of Charleston is rich with history that is shared through the ghosts and through the detailed description of the community. The Attic on Queen Street is the perfect last book in the series.

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  • Rich, atmospheric, and satisfying!

    The Attic on Queen Street is a quirky, mysterious, entertaining tale that takes us back into the lives of Melanie, Jack, and the whole Trade Street gang, including a few intriguing newcomers, as they work on repairing fractured relationships, begrudgingly allow a movie production crew onto their property, and use the help and guidance from those long past once again to solve and close some tragic, unfinished cases. The prose is vivid and descriptive. The characters are eccentric, lovable, and clever. And the plot is a well-paced, quirky tale full of amateur sleuthing, scandalous behaviour, treasures, ghosts, history, suspects, deduction, and an abundance of southern charm. The Attic on Queen Street is the seventh and last novel in this wonderful series by White. And even though it is a little bittersweet to say goodbye to the lovely gang we’ve come to know and love over the last seven novels, it has been an absolute pleasure to be able to indulge in all the mystique, adventure, mishaps, and romance that’s happened on Tradd Street over the entire series.

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  • Excellent as usual!

    Very much enjoyed the story.... sorry to see the end of the series!

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