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The Long and Silent Ever After

(Spindle City Mysteries #3)

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“Hello, Prince,” the Godmother said. “I’m calling in that favor.”

When Rose Briar--cabaret singer, drug lord, and notorious secret-keeper--disappears without a trace from her club, The Poisoned Apple, Jimmy Prince and Jack are on the case once again. This time, the duo may have bitten off more than they can chew, as their investigation drags them into the path of the
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Published December 15th 2015 by Book Smugglers Publishing
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Mieneke
Jan 05, 2016 rated it really liked it
I love a good noir detective and I have a weakness for fairytale retellings. In other words, Carlie St. George’s The Spindle City Mysteries hit the sweet spot just with their description alone. I was sold on the concept. But concept is one thing, execution another and I’m glad to say St. George didn’t disappoint. While written as three separate novellas and originally released in serial-form on the Book Smugglers, I read the stories in order almost as one long story. The three novellas certainly ...more
Jana
Actual rating: 3.5 stars.

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Harper Miller
The conclusion to this little gem of a series was pretty darn fun. Action packed, and each character played their part incredibly well. I was freaking out about Hank, but glad things turned out for the better. I needed to read something offbeat, and the Spindle City Mysteries hit the spot. The interview at the end with insight into Carlie's thought process while writing is just icing on the cake. Twitter came through for me with a book rec when I least expected it and I couldn't be happier to ...more
Ju Transcendancing
How awesome are the titles for these mysteries? So freaking awesome. The titles alone make me want to read these books – that happens less and less I find, so I’m especially charmed. While this is the last of the Spindle City mysteries currently planned, I sincerely hope that this changes and that there are more to come because these stories are so wonderful and entertaining to read! I want to enjoy this unique universe and its characters for several books to come – this is truly a great ...more
Maggie Gordon
The Spindle City mysteries draws to a close. The city is benefiting from the vaccine, but Prince's life has gotten quite complicated. He's running out of medication for his illness, he broke up with Hank, and he's engaged to Ella in a complicated mess. Filled with shout-outs and sad goodbyes, The Long and Silence Ever After gives our heroes a bit of a happily ever after, but not without a lot of noir complications.
Omega Howell
Jan 05, 2016 rated it really liked it
This series goes from strength to strength.. short and sweet, the stories have enough complexity to keep you engaged but are a super relaxing read at the same time. I want to explore this world more :)
Michele
Jan 06, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: novellas
An excellent conclusion to an excellent series. Would love even more Spindle City tales!
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I just couldn't read this, protagonists with possibly terminal illnesses are unbearable to read about, even when you know everything is likely going to be all right at the end.
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