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"Another winner!"-Jeremiah Healy
"Carlotta Carlyle combines the sensitivity of Robert Parker's Spenser with the stubbornness of Paretsky's V.I. Warshawski, and she's rapidly carving out a place of her own."-Chicago Tribune
"One of the most engaging, eccentric heroines who ever prowled the mean streets."-Playboy
"A daunting puzzle...[Barnes's] indomitable but always human heroine...and an unflagging pace make this one a must!"-Kirkus Reviews
"The third and best Barnes novel to feature Carlyle...every step of the way, the writing is solid, the plot has a basketful of red herrings, and the characters are all thought out and finely tuned."-People
"A chilling and charming tale...Barnes has hit her stride."-Cosmopolitan
"Carlotta's pure gold!"-Publishers Weekly
"[Linda Barnes is] one of my favorites...[Coyote is] very well written...the characters are interesting, the narrative has drive...what more can one want for a rainy November evening?"-Boston Globe
"A promising American detective has come into her own and joined the small but growing lineup (Sara Paretsky's V.I. Warshawski, Sue Grafton's Kinsey Milhone) of commanding, hard-boiled heroines."-Entertainment Weekly
"A vivid, ambitious tale."-Boston Herald
"[Carlotta is] perhaps the most engaging of the new breed of female detective."-Booklist
"A thoroughly enjoyable experience...Linda Barnes has crafted a unique and memorable character in Carlotta Carlyle...well-paced plot twists and compassionate character studies."-The Nashville Banner
"Carlotta delivers on all counts. She is her own woman in all things, being both sassy and wise, with a touch of the zany and an ever-competent, ever-compassionate view of life."-Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Posted May 16, 2000
I found this novel to be really enjoyable to read. Considering I live in Massachusetts, I found it fun to read about Carlotta's cases in Boston. She is an interesting character (she plays volleyball and drives cabs in her spare time!) It is fun to read about her punk tenent upstairs, Roz and many other people she knows. Plus, the storyline is not predictable at all. If you are looking for a good read, I think this novel is worth reading.
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