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Hush Now, Don't You Cry (Molly Murphy Series #11)

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  • Posted March 16, 2012

    Highly Recommended for Historical Mystery and Cozy Readers

    This historical cozy is sure to appeal to readers (like me) who are already fans of spunky Irish immigrant, Molly Murphy, but it will work well too as a stand alone introduction to the series for new readers. With a vivid sense of atmosphere, this murder mystery is set in Newport Beach early in the 20th century. There are enough twists and turns of plot to keep even seasoned mystery buffs guessing.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 4, 2014

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    A wonderful who done it!

    She keeps you guessing right up to the end on this one. I hope you try these stories as I have.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 13, 2013

    Love the Molly Murphy series

    Love the Molly Murphy series

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  • Posted August 12, 2012

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    Some Honeymoon!

    Finally Molly Murphy and Capt. Daniel Sullivan get married and are on their honeymoon as the book opens, only to be interrupted on the second day when Dan is recalled to duty to investigate a tunnel which collapsed during the building of the new subway. To make up for the break, Alderman Brian Hannan, also the owner of the construction company building the underground, offers Dan use of a guest cottage on his Newport estate, at the same time telling him he wants to discuss something, adding “he may have got it wrong.” Of course, “it” is not revealed.

    So Molly and Dan travel up to Rhode Island, arriving in a heavy downpour soaking them when they have to walk to the estate. Then Hannan’s body is discovered at the foot of a cliff on the edge of the estate and the local police aren’t up to the job. Nor is Dan, who comes down with a life-threatening case of pneumonia. Despite her promises to be a good wife and no longer pursue her investigative instincts, Molly step-by-step gets involved in a couple of mysteries, including Hannan’s death.

    Perhaps it is the setting for this novel. Past chapters in the series have taken place in early 19th century New York City and Molly, a feisty Irish immigrant, giving flavor and a certain colorful aura to the stories. In the current installment, the Newport milieu makes the characters and plot more staid, and Molly, herself, seems much more suave and sophisticated than a relatively uneducated new arrival to the United States. Nevertheless, if one approaches this novel as just an old-fashioned mystery, it is quite enjoyable, and recommended.

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  • Posted April 19, 2012

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    Verrrrrrrrrrrry Gooooooooooooooood!!!!!!!!!!!!

    I stayed up all night, had to finish it.

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