Murder at Monticello (Mrs. Murphy Series #3)

Murder at Monticello (Mrs. Murphy Series #3)

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Murder at Monticello (Mrs. Murphy Series #3) 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 21 reviews.
Merlellen More than 1 year ago
This is probably my favorite of the Mrs. Murphy Series. It involves bones discovered at an archeological site on the grounds of Thomas Jefferson's estate, Monticello. And that leads to murder in the present day. Rita Mae Brown does detailed research, so that her historical references and fictional characters and plot blend impeccably. If you like American History, if you like Mystery, dig in! It's a great read.
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Captivating mystery involving a part of our nation 's history. Harry and her furry cohorts come through every time.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
Mrs. Murphy and her welsh Corgi pal, Tee Tucker try to find the answer to a mordern day murder that at the same time holds the answer to a murder of the past. The closer that they and postmisteress Mary Minor 'Harry' Haristeen get to the killer the more suspensful and dangerous the plot gets... This is by far another fabulous mystery from the Browns. This follows the same wonderful preformance as the previos books and the latter ones, also. This book has a shocking ending with tons of suspense and a sense of danger with intertwining secrets of the past.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
"Awsome! How about we give some to your mom?" She padded back to camp. <p> Thrushpaw followed, his rabbit in his jaws.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Although I enjoyed the first 2 "Mrs. Murphy" books, this one was very difficult to follow; perhaps that is because I am not at all fond of history. Also, I get fed up with main female character going back and forth between 2 men, one who already broke her heart. Just because most other authors are having the main female character keep 2 men on the line, doesn't mean it makes for enjoyable reading. Skip this one unless you like history.