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The Oxygen Murder (Periodic Table #8)

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New York City welcomes Gloria Lamerino and her husband, homicide detective Matt Gennaro, in The Oxygen Murder, the eighth installment in Camille Minichino's acclaimed Periodic Table Mystery series.


Gloria and her best friends, Rose and Frank Galigani, are on vacation in the Big Apple. They plan to visit Matt's niece Lori Pizzano, a documentary filmmaker, and enjoy the holid
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Hardcover, 256 pages
Published August 22nd 2006 by Minotaur Books
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Lisa
Oct 31, 2008 Lisa rated it liked it
Not as good as some of the earlier books in the series, but the author has a nice twist on the mystery genre. I just got tired of reading, over and over, about Gloria's obsession with physics and her best friend's obsession with shopping. Those replays probably added 100 pages to the book.
Lindig
Dec 07, 2012 Lindig rated it it was ok
Shelves: mystery, unfinished
I like science. I like women protagonists. But I'm disappointed in this series. This is the second I've tried and I can't understand this woman's reactions to anything that happens. Bafflement.
Rachel Kramer Bussel
Apr 19, 2013 Rachel Kramer Bussel rated it it was amazing
This was the first of the periodic table mysteries I've read, and I love it. I live in New York and thought Minichino did an excellent job with the setting, providing lots of details and contrasting Gloria, with her scientific mindset, and her more historical and fashion oriented friend Rose. I know nothing about ozone, which is at the heart of this mystery, so appreciated the lessons embedded in this tale of blackmail and intrigue. The clues were deftly spread out and focused on all the senses. ...more
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Dec 19, 2014 Erocchio rated it it was amazing
Fun easy read. Good detective book.
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Scilla
Oct 10, 2011 Scilla rated it it was ok
Retired physicist, Gloria Lamerino and her husband, Matt Gennaro, a homicide detective in Revere, MA are in NYC for a police conference. Gloria goes to Matt's niece Lori Pizzanno's apartment to return her glasses, and finds a dying woman. Lori is making a documentary about ozone, and is concerned about local companies who don't follow the letter of the law. Gloria insists on snooping to find the guilty parties.
Auntie Jpeg
Jun 18, 2014 Auntie Jpeg marked it as to-read
Shelves: summer-reads


This was a hardcover used book purchase for me. Set aside for my summer reads...
Mary
Mar 21, 2016 Mary rated it really liked it
Shelves: library-books
I learned about O3 and read a good story.
Barb
Aug 15, 2008 Barb rated it it was ok
i learned there are special mysteries, even for science nerds. not much action, but they passed the time for me. i read several in the series (blame insomnia) - each has an element in the title!
Loretta
Aug 28, 2009 Loretta rated it really liked it
By our dear family friend Camille. A fun mystery set in NY :-)
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02/25/08 rec via pbs
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Kind of boring.
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