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Now May You Weep by Deborah Crombie
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May 17, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: 2012, serial-mystery
Read from May 03 to 14, 2012

If you love great mysteries with a twist, you'll enjoy this ninth installment of the Kincaid/James series. This time, it's set in England and in the Scottish Highlands. For this series, the readers are introduced to a bit of historical fiction to set up the scene. When I've read this book, I'm transported back in time for those historical fiction flashbacks and then travel to the beautiful countryside of the Scottish Highlands. As a reader, the beautiful scenic depictions takes me there and later back to her native England. When Gemma meets her neighbor Hazel and others at a cookery class there, we're there with her, observing the people and scene as a tourist. Later, I noticed a bit of conflict between Hazel and Donald Brodie. It's something that worried me and others, like it did for Gemma. Back home in England, I sensed tension between Kincaid and his son Kit build up. But I could see there's love between Kincaid and Gemma, a newfound love, whether there's on the phone or in person. I sensed turmoil and shock, when Gemma discovers a dead body. I watch her transform to a police officer on the scene, questioning others and wonder about the background. This book kept me glued to the end.
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Kelly H. (Maybedog) Kristen, did I ever tell you that you were my first friend I met on Goodreads? That was so long ago!

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