Anne Perry Presents Malice Domestic Collects seventeen traditional mysteries by such contemporary writers as Marjorie Eccles Jan Burke Anthea Fraser and Edward Marston Contents A Dance with Life Death and Laughter by Anne Perry The

  • Title: Anne Perry Presents Malice Domestic
  • Author: Anne Perry Edward Marston Lindsey Davis Marjorie Eccles Anthea Fraser Kerry Greenwood Susan Moody Betty Nathan
  • ISBN: 9781416501671
  • Page: 123
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  • Collects seventeen traditional mysteries by such contemporary writers as Marjorie Eccles, Jan Burke, Anthea Fraser, and Edward Marston.Contents A Dance with Life, Death and Laughter by Anne Perry The Corbett Correspondence by Edward Marston Peter Lovesey Like to Die by Catherine Aird Immortality Sebastian Grady by Jon L Breen Ways to Kill a Cat by SiCollects seventeen traditional mysteries by such contemporary writers as Marjorie Eccles, Jan Burke, Anthea Fraser, and Edward Marston.Contents A Dance with Life, Death and Laughter by Anne Perry The Corbett Correspondence by Edward Marston Peter Lovesey Like to Die by Catherine Aird Immortality Sebastian Grady by Jon L Breen Ways to Kill a Cat by Simon Brett Mea Culpa by Jan Burke The Gentleman s Gentleman by Dorothy Cannell Malice Among Friends by Sarah Caudwell True Confessions by Kate Charles Abstain from Beans by Lindsey Davis Time s Wing d Chariot by Marjorie Eccles Alternative Reality by Anthea Fraser Come Sable Night by Kerry Greenwood Murder Mid Atlantic by Edward Marston City Boy by Susan Moody One in Every Family by Betty Nathan The Two Ladies of Rose Cottage by Peter Robinson Sweet Fruition by David Williams

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    1. Many of the books I read are from my local library. If I bought every book I read, I would have gone bankrupt years ago. Public libraries were created to provide reading material for everyone. I am so glad that I have gotten to work in a library for many years.However, one of the places I read is on my husband’s boat. I often steer the boat as he fishes, but there is time to read. After dropping one library book in the drink, I have always tried to have one of my own paperbacks available for o [...]

    2. A collection of seventeen mystery stories written in the well loved traditional fashion by some of the most popular contemporary authors. Pour yourself a cup of tea and cozy up to the fire, well at least pretend to. Each story is enjoyable, though some more than others. The stories are short but not lacking in story, quite entertaining.

    3. Ugh, I keep getting it into my head to review these compilations. It's like long term memory loss; after a long break I think it's a good idea again, and the next thing I know I'm banging my head into the keyboard cursing about how I'm too stubborn to quit something once I've started it.The Corbett Correspondence by Edward Marston & Peter Lovesey is our opener this time. In its back and forth pattern unfolds the story of an unpublished manuscript written by an author whose ability to get pub [...]

    4. Malice Domestic 6 is a good, albeit not outstanding, anthology of "cozy" mysteries. There is an introduction by the editor, Anne Perry, and seventeen short stories, all original to this book. There are also brief afterwords to each story; the one for the first story, "The Corbett Correspondence," is neither very brief nor very serious. Despite what is said on the back cover, this book does not "deliver 100 percent pure suspense in all its spine-tingling glory," nor does it attempt to.My favorite [...]

    5. I'm honestly not a fan of the whole murder-mystery genre, but I picked this book up on a whim and enjoyed a small handful of the short stories. It's not my definition of a 5-star anthology, but it was worth the read and I do plan to read the rest of the Malice Domestic anthologies someday.

    6. "Esteemed mystery writer Anne Perry, author of twenty-five novels and two acclaimed detective series, heads up a delectable cast of contemporary writers, the very best from both sides of the Atlantic. In the tradition of Britain's honored crime writer Agatha Christie, Malice Domestic 6 jumps the pond between Britain and American to deliver 100 percent pure suspense in all its spine-tingling glory."~~back coverAcceptable, but not outstanding.

    7. I really liked this collection of stories! The last one wasn't my favorite, but the rest were really good. It had interesting mystery/murder stories with different points of view. This was an eAudiobook as well, and each of the actors did a really great job with the characters. It was a good little book of short mystery stories.

    8. Grade: BI wasn't expecting much from this collection, but I was surprised at how enjoyable most of these stories were. It helped to listen to the audio book, because the narrators brought their A-game to the recording. Great choice for light reading.

    9. I didn't finish it - it was a collection of short stories only one of which was written by Anne Perry. I was not impressed with them, but then again, I am not a short story reader. I like more description and character development.

    10. Have never been a big fan of the short story, but these may change my mind! Enjoyed and will be on the look out for more.

    11. As usual I'm not really crazy about short stories! however some of these were actually quite good and some I wish would have been extended because I felt they would have made great novels.

    12. It's a collection of traditional crime mystery stories that range from funny to serious. I can appreciate both types, so for me it was a gem.

    13. A collection. Actually, some rated 5 stars, some 1. Some really good stories -some not. Would be best to have paper, not audio. Then one could skip over the 'nots' more easily.

    14. Finishing up this book after -ing Anne Perry's personal life story -- having her present a book about murdering inconvenient family members is more than a bit creepy.

    15. I don't generally enjoy short stories but I really like this collection. I particulary enjoyed the story of the author driven mad with jealousy over her cat.

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