Daheim creates another intriguing tale in her Bed and Breakfast mystery series in which a trip down memory lane brings Judith and Renie back to their old neighborhood where they are inexplicably drawn to a seemingly deserted house.Daheim creates another intriguing tale in her Bed and Breakfast mystery series in which a trip down memory lane brings Judith and Renie back to their old neighborhood where they are inexplicably drawn to a seemingly deserted house.Read Less
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I like this series a lot. I look forward to the next one. However, this one seemed "off" - as though a good ghostwriter stepped in here. Renie and Bill came off as downright obnoxious, rather than the eccentrics I believe the author was intending. Mike seemed truly irresponsible. Gertrude was saved by her (ill-disguised) concern when she realized her daughter might be in trouble, but was as annoyingly over-the-top as the rest of the gang. Regarding Judith herself, she never seemed all that concerned or frightened; it seemed more that she worked at solving the murder because it "inconvenienced" her. Two final points: 1) Judith says she "only saw Luke once, [across the room] at the Caf? ..." yet she has a face-to-face encounter with him later that day? 2) Phyliss-the-fundie-cleaninglady is a HOOT!
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