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Publisher's Summary

Agatha Award winner Jill Churchill has delighted fans for years with her Jane Jeffry mysteries. Jane is finally getting married to longtime boyfriend Mel, who’s convinced her and her best friend Shelley to take a self-defense class. But when two people in the class are murdered, all thoughts of learning karate are put on hold. And of course, there’s still that pesky matter of a wedding to plan.
©2007 The Janice Brooks Trust (P)2009 Recorded Books
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By Norma on 03-24-14

Boring

What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

It could have been a mystery and enjoyable

What could Jill Churchill have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

Not have written this book.

Would you be willing to try another one of Susan Bennett’s performances?

No I will not.

If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from The Accidental Florist?

The dead mother-in-law and the insensitivity.

Any additional comments?

I tried several times to listen to this from my library and kept stopping. Finally, got through this very boring book. I won't listen to another by this author.

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By Barbara on 08-16-13

No Mystery and Unappealing Characters

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I found all of the previous books in the Jane Jeffry series to be fun and lightly entertaining but this last installment reads like the diary of a shallow, self centered woman - completely absorbed by her frivolous suburban reality. The narration didn't add to the experience. While not horrible it seemed flat and made the characters sound even more unlikable. Also, I expect characters in a mystery to do at least a bit of sleuthing but Jane seemed too busy detailing her daily routine to bother.

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