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Ham Bones (Sarah Booth Delaney Series #7)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 31, 2013

    Fun characters and story line...it seemed to peak midway and lef

    Fun characters and story line...it seemed to peak midway and left you in suspense only to have the story line stall.
    I gave it only 4 stars because the ending left me disappointed. 

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 21, 2011

    To "A Reviewer"

    What is wrong with this reviewer...killjoy...giving away the end of a book before anyone even gets to read it! Delete that review at once..this is a travesty.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 6, 2007

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    I just finished Ham Bones and though the plot was very interesting, I felt the ending of the book left much to be desired. I only hope there is another book coming post haste as I felt the readers were left hanging and unsatisfied (dropping Coleman? Never!!!)

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Fantastic mystery

    A year ago, Sarah Booth Delaney realized she would never make it as a Broadway star so she returned home to Zinnia, Mississippi where she opened up a private detective agency with her best friend Tinki. She left behind her lover Graff who made no move to stop her he promptly entered into a relationship with diva Renata who Sarah was once an understudy for in a Broadway play that won the star an award.---------------- Sarah is not exactly thrilled that Graff and Renata are coming to Zinnia to put on the play Cat On A Hat Tin Roof. Graff tells Sarah that Renata has been behaving erratically and he wants Sarah to be her understudy she finally agrees but instead works like a gofer driving to Nashville to pick up a special trade of lipstick made especially for the pampered star. During her intermission, Renata keels over and dies the coroner determines cyanide poisoning was cause with the lipstick as the mechanism. Other circumstantial evidence enhances the lipstick pointing to Sarah as the killer. Sheriff Coleman Peters who professes to love her arrests her. When she is freed on bond Sarah with Tinki at her side sets out to prove her innocence by seeking to uncover the identity of the real killer.--------------- Sarah blossoms in HAM BONES as her coping skills give her a confidence she never had before. If she is cleared of the charges she has new chance to renew her relationship with Graff and going to Hollywood. Readers will root for her to make it with Graff, as her relationship with the sheriff has done nothing but her. The victim had a lot of enemies with enough motives to want her dead. Sarah has to figure out which one of them actually put their desire into practice, as to all of them felt strongly enough about her to do so. When it comes to rattling southern bones, Carolyn Haines writes an exciting down home cozy.---------------- Harriet Klausner

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