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The Spellman Files by Lisa Lutz
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Mar 29, 2012

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I was looking forward to reading this first installment in "The Spellman Files" after reading reviews of the latest book.

Izzy Spellman has always worked for her parents in the family business, private investigation. In this book, she decides to try and quit the PI business, and live a "normal" life. Her parents negotiate with her to take one last case, a twelve yaer old missing persons case. It's this case, an introduction to all of the Spellmans, and another chapter of Izzy's love life that constitutes this book.

An enjoyable read, but I was ready for more. It was neither as funny nor as interesting as I'd hoped. Not bad, but also not a book that makes you want to drop everything else and finish reading others in the series.

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