A Face at the Window

A Face at the Window

Book - 2009
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Graves hammers home another suspenseful sleuthing-and-spackling installment in the beloved series that features plenty of slapstick, farce, and home-repair tips amid the mayhem (Boston Sunday Globe).
Publisher: New York : Bantam Books, 2009, c2008.
ISBN: 9780553806793
Characteristics: 311 p. ; 24 cm.


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pagegb Aug 13, 2014

I agree. Its too far fetched to believe all these mysteries befall this particular woman and her friends. It's kind of boring now.

May 06, 2013

o.k. I could not read this book. I think I am tired of having Jake as the target in almost every book and this time Elie's child is dragged into this ..no. This is too much. I have to stop reading these series which seemed more light-hearted and funny in the earlier books. Too bad, because I do like the location and the characters but surely even in Eastport another target for malfeasance could be found amongst the locals.


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