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Harry Haristeen, Mrs. Murphy, Pewter, and Tee Tucker return for this cozy tale from the ,New York Times best-selling tandem of Rita Mae and Sneaky Pie Brown. When Harry’s beloved Aunt Tally approaches her 100th birthday, her alma mater schedules a birthday celebration that doubles as a fundraiser. But then a member of the alumnae association disappears. Her car is on campus, yet she’s nowhere to be seen—and Tucker has sniffed out traces of human blood.
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By Anne on 04-23-10

Not up to previous

I used to enjoy this series by Rita Mae Brown. Never great mysteries, it's true, but enjoyable, light reading with mostly sympathetic characters and decent plots. The animal characters could strain one's ability to suspend reality, but they mostly "fit," providing amusing alternate perspectives to the tale. My complaint with this entry doesn't concern any of the characters, animal or human. Halfway through, there's precious little plot, no suspense, no character development, and all too much socio-economic/political/religious commentary. I read most mysteries for entertainment. I have no interest in Ms Brown's pronouncements on the evils of the 21st century. Unfortunately, there doesn't seem to be much else to this entry.

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By Jeanette on 06-11-10

Terrible one of series

It is amazing that the publisher allowed this book to be published. Who cares abpout Ms Brown's diatribe on so many issues -so much so the story is lost. There is very little mystery, animal and main characters allowed to be in this=I would not even give it one star=Boring also the narrator talked like she was bored too-what a mess-Where was Sneaky Pie? Did she have any input-if she did which I doubt she had too much catnip..I want my money back on this one

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