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Unholy Death in Princeton #2020

Unholy Death in Princeton Prize winning journalist McLeod Dulaney is back and under suspicion after she literally stumbles over a corpse packed into a garment bag To clear her name she must investigate some shadowy goings on

  • Title: Unholy Death in Princeton
  • Author: Ann Waldron
  • ISBN: 9780425201565
  • Page: 306
  • Format: Paperback
  • Unholy Death in Princeton By Ann Waldron, Prize winning journalist McLeod Dulaney is back and under suspicion after she literally stumbles over a corpse packed into a garment bag To clear her name, she must investigate some shadowy goings on at the Princeton Seminary, where someone may have just broken the Sixth Commandment.

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    1. This is a hard one to review but I m going to try This mystery takes place in the Princeton Seminary not the college as in the previous two books According to the author they are two separate places, with the Seminary separating itself when the college began to teach French and the like The book has a strong religious theme to it Some of it handled respectfully, some of it meh, not quite so I don t mind discussing religion but I do mind when others look down on people s faith I was really put of [...]

    2. Since I don t normally write reviews unless I have something specific to say, here s the break down of how I rate my books1 star This book was bad, so bad I may have given up and skipped to the end I will avoid this author like the plague in the future.2 stars This book was not very good, and I won t be reading any from the author.3 stars This book was ok, but I won t go out of my way to read , But if I find another book by the author for under a dollar I d pick it up.4 stars I really enjoyed t [...]

    3. The third in the McLeod Delaney mystery series I think I am going to take a break now, and read some other authors this one takes place at the Princeton Seminary McLeod is taking a walk and stumbles over a clothing bag on the ground in the park She opens it and discovers a naked dead body And,of course, she who cannot suppress her inquisitive mind, gets again involved in solving this mystery and another that occurs.It s really a wonder that they let her anywhere near the Princeton campusmeone al [...]

    4. McLeod, a journalist from Tallahassee, is in Princeton doing research for a book While she is there, two murders occur and she solves both of them along with her friend, Fiona Well, actually, she solved one of the murders by accident although I had it figured out well before the end There is just a little too much coincidence in this book and there is a lot too much explaining how Princeton Theological Seminary is different from Princeton and too much information on various religion theories.

    5. I have only two books left in the series and that saddens me Ann Waldron wrote a clever addition to her first two books that was rather surprising Still set at Princeton University but with the interesting twist of being in the Princeton Seminary McLeod Dulaney, reporter for the Tallahassee Star, is once again back at Princeton but this time she is doing research at the Seminary for a book she is writing about a newspaper reporter who was lynched in 1837 Interesting and informative for anyone wh [...]

    6. Another title in the series featuring McLeod Dulaney, a reporter doing guest teaching gigs at Princeton University who fancies herself a detective Lucky for her, someone turns up dead every time she is in town and she just has to pursue the killer because she is always in some way tied to the case Unfortunately, she doesn t exhibit great skill as a reporter, a prof, or a detective I generally put up with her cause I like spending time in my hometown, even if it is a bit annoying.

    7. I mainly read books from this series because it makes me happy to read about all the places I lived near during grad school If you didn t have a Princeton connection, I m not sure you d enjoy them as much This series is simple and easy to read fun books when I need a break from serious endeavors.

    8. Sigh Yep It s the third in a series that is quite typically in the mystery genre, and I do mean all the stock character connotations that go along with that But they are light and enjoyable, like ice cream And they are set in academia, a little reading weakness of mine So P.

    9. Anyone who has insight into seminary life will enjoy this double murder mystery Full of Biblical references and controversies that get seminarians all riled up A quick easy read.

    10. I think I subconsciously wanted to think of this as another Gaudy Night sort of book, but it wasn t quite DLS

    11. This had the potential to be a really good book, but it got bogged down with a lot of repetition in the narrative.

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