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Key Lime Pie Murder by Joanne Fluke
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Aug 15, 2010

it was ok
bookshelves: 2010, mystery

I'd heard that these books were cute; I just found this one to be boring. Yet when I told myself I was just going to stop reading it - I kept going back to it. I definitely skimmed large portions of it, the mystery wasn't really a mystery (easy to solve), and the characters didn't ring true. Hannah is only supposed to be 30, but the way she was written she seemed like a frumpy 60+, who wore pantsuits and didn't know the slightest thing about computers or cell phones. But she had two desirable men chasing after her, whom she kept stringing along, bouncing back from one to the other? And these guys were friends, who didn't seem to care about their competition? Nope. I've read that other books earlier in this series are better...I may read one if I come across one and have time on my hands, but I don't think I'll seek them out.
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Lisa I agree--I thought Hannah was 60-ish until her age was discussed later in one of the books! She comes off as old-lady-ish; I was surprised her mother was such a socialite, considering I thought she was in her 60s, which would make her mom, what, 90?

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