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In the vines is right
This was the craziest book I've read so far. It took until the middle of the book to start really getting into it, then I couldn't wait to see it thru .Narrators were excellent, Ms Kirk could have played down the Aunts craziness just a little, then I think the first half would have been better. But I still liked it.
The last trial
I enjoyed that it was set in Alabama because that's where I live, so it made it a little more interesting. I love books about a crime, then the trial. This was a good book, New author for me, will have to read more.
Pratt does it again
Love the Joe Dillard series, hope he keeps them coming. Hope Caroline gets a miracle.
10 stars of i could them
Only book I have read (listened to) that had me crying within the first 5 minutes, and on and off in between, especially the end. Loved the adorable Barney. Great book!
Another hit from the master of macabre
Hope to see this as a TV mini series. I love how he integrates characters from other books, and just weaves them so naturally. You feel like old friends are coming back to assist, and assist they did . Great book, just wish we could get new ones quicker. But I guess a genius works at his own pace. Please keep them coming.......😈
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Always a Rizzoli and Isles fan, made me mad when they cancelled
The series, but it drove me crazy that they kept calling Jane
Ritzoli, I mean you should at least call her main character by her correct name and pronunciation. Other than that I loved it.
Truly sad but a story of a loving family. I wish Evan could
Have stood up for her precious brother in front of her snotty friends, then she could have lived with her self better, because what they thought did not matter. A story of triumph thru the worst of times, a little boy who help get them there.
Mixed, matched, family
At the end it sounded like my family Reunion, minus one egotistical psycho, which then made it one big happy family. Will read more from Kerry Fisher.
I love the relationship between Tucker and Ella how they progress from beginning to end. Made me cry several times.
The odd couple is the best I can describe this book, but never a dull moment, learning from each other. Just a good tender hearted book, with a few close calls and a grumpy old woman who comes around in the end.