Murder Has Its Points review Ý eBook or Kindle ePUB

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Murder Has Its Points review Ý eBook or Kindle ePUB æ Novelist Anthony Payne's murder didn't shock the stage and literary luminaries who graced the glamorous gathering But who killed him Was it the jealous ex wifethe irate authorthe out of work actorthe harried playwright Pam and Jerry North trace too many suave suspects all of wIght Pam and Jerry North trace too many suave suspects all of whom agree that this time Murder Has Its Poin. Rating 35 This book begins with a book party at a New York City hotel hosted by the North Publishing that has too many guests bumping into one another some people came uninvited This overcrowded feeling continued as I read I felt bombarded by too many character descriptions and their names until just before the book’s conclusion Otherwise it is your usual cozy mystery from this series with cat antics included Happy reading

Frances Lockridge Ç 3 review

Novelist Anthony Payne's murder didn't shock the stage and literary luminaries who graced the glamorous gat. As with all the Mr and Mrs North books this one is a reminder of how things used to be back in the 1940s it was a time of less gory murder and like simple solving of murders The characters are very uniue to their time

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Murder Has Its PointsHering But who killed him Was it the jealous ex wifethe irate authorthe out of work actorthe harried playwr. Manhattan minks martinis siamese and murder If this is your first time reading a Pam and Jerry North mystery don't be confused Even though Jerry owns his own publishing house Pam is the brains of the bunch Sure things get screwy when they're both involved but the police especially Bill Wiegand know that Pam's indirect method of solving problems is crucial to figuring out the mystery I appreciate how Lockridge presents a fabulous NYC but also people with realistic drives and desires Is there sex No Is it alluded to Of course Even though these books were written in the middle of the 20th Century it's never pretended that extramarital affairs don't happen or that older men are not above seducing vulnerable women In this particular novel there's also an instance of blasting racial stereotypes I wouldn't suggest beginning the series with this book but to mix a metaphor definitely do dip your toe into the minds of the North's you won't be disappointed And besides they make everything much palatable with a martini