- Libro de bolsillo: 352 páginas
- Editor: Harpercollins (1 de octubre de 2000)
- Colección: Tory Bauer Mystery
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 0380812045
- ISBN-13: 978-0380812042
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Cold Front (Tory Bauer Mystery) (Inglés) Libro de bolsillo – 1 oct 2000
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On New Year's Eve in Delphi, South Dakota, local waitress and amateur sleuth Tory Bauer investigates the slaying of visiting lothario Ian O'Hara, but her determination to solve the case could lead Tory into a much-too-close encounter with a killer who would do anything to keep from being caught. Original.
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I happen to be a comedy crime junkie so I buy and read all of this series to feed my habit but I can't say they're great writing. Sometimes the plots are clumsy. They are mildly comic but there's never a quotable great line to compare with Elmore Leonard. The characters are pale and undifferentiated compared with Janet Evanovich. Patches of facetious exposition clog the action at he beginning of each chapter. If you share my addiction I'd recommend this for reading if you're without air conditioning on a ninety-degree day.
The chapter names are just a hoot! For instance: "WWMMD?" (What Would Miss Marple Do?)
My quandary with serials is that, unless one is more patient than I - and can therefore wait for all the books to be available to read in one continuous shut-in-the-house-due-to-blizzard marathon, one must recall who was whom - and with murder mysteries - who offed whom - from the last installment(s.) Waiting for the entire series to be complete (what letter of the alphabet is Sue Grafton on now, anyway?) is really not a good idea - considering my philosophy that life is uncertain: eat dessert first! - that is, if one is allowed dessert - which I am not - see my review of Dr. Atkins' "New Diet Revolution " but I digress. In Taylor's latest ode to the fictional South Dakota town, I was thinking that one of the characters here shouldn't still be in the familiar confines of Delphi, but rather, off at the South Dakota State pen for offing someone in a previous book. I guess I'll have to "back track" during our next blizzard ;-)