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The Cicada Funeral

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THE CICADA FUNERAL A Mystery Romance The new clerk, Sam Houston Morrison, followed her out of the store. Miss Gibbs, wait! Yes? In a rather serious voice, he said, Miss Gibbs, you took something you haven t paid for. Meg s face flushed in indignation. I most certainly did not! I only took what I paid for, the hammer. Oh but you did, he said softly. You took a piece of my ...more
Paperback, 368 pages
Published August 6th 2009 by Knightsbridge Publishing LLC (first published 2009)
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Megan Swanson
Mar 27, 2016 Megan Swanson rated it really liked it
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I think that I went into this book with the wrong mindset. I'll have to read it again in a couple of weeks-and start it earlier in the day. I expected that this would be heavily romance like all of her other books, but since Sam, Meg's husband, has been missing since the funeral, most of the book goes on without him. And without his guiding influence, and thinking that her father abandoned them, Pepper has never really found anyone to share her life with. I don't blame her, I would have my ...more
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Dec 04, 2015 Cherilee rated it liked it
I wanted to like this more than I did. It isn't often that a book builds and builds and then takes TOO LONG to finish things off but that is exactly what happened in this book. I got frustrated by what felt like an eternity of finally coming to a conclusion. Also, the mystery wasn't very strong. Its not hard to keep things a mystery when you never introduce the characters or even have them play much of a part in the story.
Lesa
Sep 16, 2012 Lesa rated it it was ok
The plot was pretty weak and I didn't like the writing. I often felt the characters made the wrong decisions. Nowhere does it say that this is Christian fiction, but it is. The last couple of chapters about Wick and Pepper were really pukey.
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