The Carbon Murder (Periodic Table, #6)
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The Carbon Murder (Periodic Table #6)

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Gloria Lamerino's goddaughter, Mary Catherine Galigani ("MC" to her friends), needs a change in her life. She decides to move back to her hometown of Revere, Massachusetts, thereby ridding herself of both an abusive relationship and an unfulfilling job in Houston, Texas. At least that's the plan.

When two homicides disrupt MC's peaceful return to Revere, Gloria applies her...more
Hardcover, 256 pages
Published March 10th 2004 by Minotaur Books (first published January 1st 2004)
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Diana
I haven't read any books in this series, but I was able to keep up with the story.
The story is about Gloria Lamerino , a retired Physicist, who helps her boyfriend with his job as a policeman. Gloria's god daughter moves back to her hometown. However, it seems trouble follows her and two people she knows turn up dead.
Interesting, but in places the story kind of drags.
Psmith
Dragged a lot, and I was happy to finish it off at last. This book comes somewhere in the middle of the series of "chemical murders' or something like that, but was my first book. A young lady is seemingly being terrorized by her psycho boy friend as well as a colleague she loathes. And hell breaks out when they both are found dead (not simultaneously). Her mother's friend sets in to investigate and comes across a scam. Thereafter the plot deteriorates. First half was interesting. But after that...more
meme
I have not read his book but looks like a fun mystery book along with the other types of series's that are out there. The book is about a physicist teaching physics to a high school classroom and in her spare time uncovers illegal medical experiments run by a someone whom doesn't seem to stop the murders. The book looks engaging from previous reviews. I recommend it since it emphasizes an experimental and critical analytical approach of the case. Can be a fun class discussion and interaction wit...more
Priscilla
This is my first book in this series. The main character is a professor type person who is called on to give expert advice on a case dealing with something related to her field of study. The character seems to find a case wherever she is.

Interesting read...you learn a little science/chemistry while you're reading. It keeps you guessing!
Pat Gallagher
Good, not sure if I would get into her series though
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Camille has 2 pseudonyms: MARGARET GRACE and ADA MADISON.
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