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Now May You Weep (Duncan Kincaid and Gemma James Series #9)

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Highly Recommended

Another winner by Deborah Crombie!

posted by 2643617 on December 14, 2012

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a wee disappointment

I've liked the Kincaid/Gemma series so far but this book does not have the strengths of the others. The setting, Scotland, overwhelms both plot and characters. Crombie sprinkles a 'wee' into every line of dialogue and it's all whiskey and tartans. Can Scotland really...
I've liked the Kincaid/Gemma series so far but this book does not have the strengths of the others. The setting, Scotland, overwhelms both plot and characters. Crombie sprinkles a 'wee' into every line of dialogue and it's all whiskey and tartans. Can Scotland really be that trite? As in the others in this series, Crombie weaves in flashbacks of another story that ends up tying into the central plot. Except this time, she's less successful at tying the ends together. The murderer is not nearly as developed as usual - in fact the murderer seemed almost chosen at random. But I was disturbed most by the story line of Kincaid and his son. Luckily they don't have to actually parent their kids because there's always someone who is the perfect nanny/friend doing the heavy lifting.

posted by Anonymous on March 14, 2005

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 3, 2014

    Not her best

    Weaker than the others I have read, and a non native really shouldn't try writing a Scottish accent - truly awful.

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    Posted March 30, 2009

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