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A Rare Murder in Princeton #2020

A Rare Murder in Princeton Journalist McLeod Dulaney investigates when a new friend meets an uncommon demise in the rare books section of Princeton s library

  • Title: A Rare Murder in Princeton
  • Author: Ann Waldron
  • ISBN: 9780425210376
  • Page: 248
  • Format: Paperback
  • A Rare Murder in Princeton By Ann Waldron, Journalist McLeod Dulaney investigates when a new friend meets an uncommon demise in the rare books section of Princeton s library.

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    1 thought on “A Rare Murder in Princeton

    1. e everyone needs a little bit of brain vacation while in the midst of rigorous academic research

    2. I found this book at a used book sale for 1 and decided to take a chance on it I did not read the earlier books in the series, but I was still able to follow the book and the main characters I thought that it started out kind of slow it took me about 50 pages to get into it , but once it got going I had a hard time putting it down I was a little turned off in the beginning because the characters were referencing writers and artists that I was not familiar with, but once it got to the murder, mos [...]

    3. I really enjoyed this book is so good I highly recommend this book It is a Cozy Mystery type book I give this book 5 5 Stars.

    4. I guess I read this the 4th in the series out of order, but it didn t seem to matter McLeod Delaney solves yet another mystery that occurs on the Princeton University campus, this misdeed surrounding the Rare Books collection You d think everyone at the campus would be very frightened to be there after so many murders In this one, McLeod clearly as usual make a nuisance of herself with the police as she tries to solve the case before they do.However, these are clever little mysterieseasy and qui [...]

    5. A pleasant candy floss read suitable for relaxing or those flu days Nothing demanding for a tired brain with the story and characters well written.McLeod Dulaney, a small town journalist who won the Pulitzer prize, gets an invite to Princeton again, as a visiting professor Soon friends with the Rare Book collection staff she is stunned to find one of them murdered A few questions land her in a tangle of old and new murders, lost books and found books which our nosy heroine has to solve Of course [...]

    6. Learned lots about Princeton and Van Dyke I wonder about the authors connection with Princeton, as she teaches in Alabama She develops her characters very well Disappointed in the quick ending.

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