Foxglove A welcome return for Claire Breslinsky cop Johnny Benedetto and Claire s incomparable Queens family When Mary Anne Kelly s first book Park Lane South Queens appeared it was immediately apparent t

  • Title: Foxglove
  • Author: Mary Anne Kelly
  • ISBN: 9780312081959
  • Page: 127
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A welcome return for Claire Breslinsky, cop Johnny Benedetto, and Claire s incomparable Queens family When Mary Anne Kelly s first book, Park Lane South Queens, appeared, it was immediately apparent that here was an electrifying new talent Kelly s new novel, Foxglove, than lives up to that promise with its wonderful characters and chilling menace.

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    About “Mary Anne Kelly

    • Mary Anne Kelly

      Mary Anne Kelly is a former model and lyricist who later turned to writing Her acclaimed novels follow Claire Breslinsky, an acclaimed photographer from Queens, New York Kelly also calls Queens home.

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    • (I received a free copy of this book from Net Galley in exchange for an honest review.)When an old friend is murdered, Claire and her husband search for the killerEver since she got married, Claire Breslinsky has dreamed of living in the tree-lined Queens neighborhood where she grew up. But her husband is a cop, and cops aren’t allowed to live in the precincts they police. When Johnny’s transfer request finally comes through, Claire sets her sights on a beautiful, shabby old Victorian mansio [...]

    • I really had high hopes for this book, however, I was a bit disappointed. It was labeled as a mystery and the description stated that Claire (the main character) and her husband searched for the killer of an old friend. I didn't see any of that, truthfully and for me it was misleading. It was slow to start, in addition, there was not a lot mentioned about there being a suspicion of murder until late in the book. For all intents and purposes it seemed the victim had a stroke even though she was p [...]

    • This book, y'all. I don't even know. I think if it hadn't been for the setting (Richmond Hill, Queens - a neighborhood of which I am super familiar, as I lived just north of there and worked just west of there and it's where I usually caught the bus and walked through a lot) I'd probably give it the rare one star. Ostensibly it's a mystery, but that's pretty paltry. A girl our heroine knew as a kid dies near the beginning - shortly after they renewed their acquaintance - and Claire (heroine) occ [...]

    • I love this series since i have found it, and have been reading each book. Having grown up in Queens, i love reading these books that take place there.

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