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A Blunt Instrument (Inspector Hannasyde Series #4)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 16, 2010

    Enjoyable!

    Being a huge fan of Christie, Sayers, and Holmes, I was pleasantly surprised to discover how enjoyable this author's mystery series was. Initially I was reluctant to read anything by Heyer because of her proliferation with romance novels (not my cup of tea), but she does a first-rate job spinning a who-dun-it. I must admit that after the first chapter I was feeling a bit snobbish about the "simplistic" writing style but it wasn't long before I had to reach for the dictionary. I mistook her "simplistic" writing for an authentic voice and clever narrative; that recognition is what hooked me. . The characters were vividly drawn and the plot's intrique is multi-dimensional. What I mean is I knew who did it 75% of the way through the story but I didn't know why and I didn't know how the other characters' subplots would be resolved. A perfect read for the beach, airplane, rainy day, or whenever you need to kick back and relax.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 11, 2014

    Have all in hard copies and re read at least once a year even penhallow

    Which is my lesst favorite.. when you get use to oversalting food you complaine of bland taste. Too grafic and too much violence and sex grafics and potty mouth in present mysteries are over salting i wouldn t admit to dull as that shows what you have been reading actually had an annotated whose body

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