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BrigaDOOM (Kate London Mystery #1)

3.18 of 5 stars 3.18  ·  rating details  ·  60 ratings  ·  14 reviews
Is Kate London suffering from 'postromantic stress disorder' when she attacks Mayor Balfours, her cheating fiance with a golf cart? Kate can handle her sentence: anger management classes from a deranged instructor. What really hurts is the mayor's payback."
Paperback, 254 pages
Published March 8th 2007 by Midnight Ink (first published March 1st 2007)
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Heather Alexander
I actually bought this book when I worked at Borders Books, Susan Goodwill did book signings there. This book was great. Loved the characters, especially her spunky, kick butt OLD aunt, who is always up for some trouble. Lol You will fall in love with these characters for sure.
Jim son of Jim (formerly PhotoJim)
Heroine is TSTL, situations are utterly ridiculous, characters are cartoon like sketches of people rather than real characters, and the whole is a big meh. It is also light and cute. Think Stephanie Plum without the love triangle or any sex.
I thought this would be a good "beach" read but I found the book failed as a mystery or comedy. Silly plot, annoying characters...I get the feeling that the author had more fun writing it than I did reading it.
Quick, quirky read. An aging former film star and her niece try to revive an old theater. Kate is arrested repeatedly by her former boyfriend after flipping out over her current cheating boyfriend. Cute book.
This was OK. It meandered here and there. I thought the anger management psychologist was over the top. However, a few parts made me smile.
A quick but forgetable read. It's not as fun as I wanted it to be (or it sounded). The book lacks any real depth. I liked the characters, I just wish we had gotten more of them.
Katie Jane
Wanted to read something fun before my "serious" book club selection, and this was definitely FUN. Looking forward to the second installment.
Quick fun read -- liked it well enough to look for the rest of the series. Good escape reading
Good enough that I will read more from this series, but a bit dry.
Elaine Cohen
May 02, 2007 Elaine Cohen rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: fans of comical mysteries
First in a new series. Very funny and a quick read.
Aug 21, 2009 Diane added it
I really like this series. Can't wait for more.
one of my new favorite writers
It was funny, but nothing spectacular.
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Susan Goodwill writes the laugh-out-loud funny Kate London Mystery Series. Kate and her Aunt Kitty, an eccentric former B-grade movie star, own and operate the Egyptian Theatre on Michigan's west coast. When the first act is murder, the quirky cast of the Mudd Lake Players, Kitty's amateur theatre group, "assist" Kate in her pursuit of justice. Come along for tne outageously funny rides as Kate so ...more
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