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message 1: by Catamorandi (new)

Catamorandi (wwwgoodreadscomprofilerandi) I like these two delightful characters a lot. They take the sophisticated, dignified approach to crime-solving. They almost never get out of control as Monk does frequently. They are two very different styles of crime-solving, but they get their job done equally well. Thomas and Charlotte secretly prod the information out in such a way as that the murderer doesn't even know that they are doing it. It is all nice and easy.

message 2: by edifanob (new)

edifanob | 49 comments They are a good team and they work different compared to Monk and Hester.

Now I try to find the right words:

They way they behave and the way they work is like I compare a feather with a millstone.

Who is feather and who is millstone?

Charlotte and Pitt = feather
Hester and Monk = Millstone.

Please let me know whether you anderstand what I tried to express or not.

message 3: by Catamorandi (new)

Catamorandi (wwwgoodreadscomprofilerandi) I understand completely, EdiFanoB. The Pitts are more romantic and are lighter in their approach to the solution. Hester and Monk are hard. They are acerbic. They are feisty. They don't take any guff from anyone.

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