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A Deadly Dealer

A Deadly Dealer

Написано Ellery Adams

Озвучено Andi Arndt


A Deadly Dealer

Написано Ellery Adams

Озвучено Andi Arndt

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4/5 (6 оценки)
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6 hours
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Издано:
Apr 19, 2016
ISBN:
9781515972662
Формат:
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Molly Appleby's career as a reporter for Collector's Weekly is finally taking off, as is her relationship with coworker Matt Harrison. But the more time she spends covering Southern antiques and collectibles, the more times she finds herself face-to-face with a new mystery. And when she's sent to Nashville to cover the famous Heart of Dixie auction, where all the major players in the world of collectibles gather, her hopes of steering clear of foul play are quickly dashed when a renowned and well-respected dealer is found murdered.



Sifting through the clues among the aristocracy of antiques is no easy task, and Molly soon discovers the world of high-end dealers is filled with bitter rivalries, shady tactics, and questionable characters. And when one of them makes an attempt on Molly's life, she realizes time is running out, and as she tries to unlock a mystery shrouded in old secrets and new cover-ups, she just might find that what looks like a priceless antique is the key to a very modern murder.
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Apr 19, 2016
ISBN:
9781515972662
Формат:
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Ellery Adams has written over thirty mystery novels and can’t imagine spending a day away from the keyboard. Ms. Adams, a native New Yorker, has had a lifelong love affair with stories, food, rescue animals, and large bodies of water. When not working on her next novel, she reads, bakes, gardens, spoils her three cats, and rearranges her bookshelves. She lives with her husband and two children (aka the Trolls) in Chapel Hill, NC. For more information, please visit www.elleryadamsmysteries.com.

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  • (3/5)
    This is the third in the Collectible Mystery series, and I think I liked this one the least. Once again Molly Appleby is off to a Antique and Collectible Show to write article for her magazine. Her mother, Clara, accompanies her as a guest. I did not like the way Clara treated her daughter or some of the others at the show. She was rude and sarcastic, which I was not expecting. When Molly is sent off to get coffee by her mother, she ends up lost in the huge Gaylord Grand Ole Opry Hotel. While sitting and reflecting in the gardens, she finds the body of a man she had met the night before, a friend and acquaintance of her mother. When she calls her editor to tell him about the death, he instructs her to find out more and write an article about the death. Of course, this gets her investigating and her mother assists as she knows so many of the people there. There seems to be other mysteries going on as well and they come together at the end of the story. There is a cane with a hidden stiletto inside and as the story goes on, we learn about the history of the cane through narrated flashbacks. Each chapter opens with a tidbit about the history of collectible canes. Overall, not a bad story. Once I got into it, I enjoyed it and Clara's attitude settled down a bit. I enjoy the newer stories in this series much more.
  • (3/5)
    Molly Appleby, reporter for Collector's Weekly, has been assigned to cover the Heart of Dixie Antique Show in Nashville. Clara, Molly's mother, has come along because as an auctioneer, she loves to appraise antiques. However, Molly and Clara get caught in a spiral of murder revolving around an antique chest and old medical devices. Before they know it they're in danger from the killer themselves.The story is fun, filled with information regarding antiques and especially medicinal canes and walking sticks.The background info from he descriptions of the Gaylord Opryland Hotel to the antiques themselves was truly fascinating. Sorry to hear that this is the last in the series.
  • (3/5)
    I haven't yet read the first two in this series, so I may have missed out on a lot of character development, so I only gave this book 3 stars as it was only so-so for me. I guessed the murderer pretty quickly. I enjoyed the bits of information about the antiques, and especially enjoyed the fact that they were presented as small anecdotes at the start of each chapter so the story was never bogged down in too much detail. I really appreciated the lack of introspection as well - too much internal dialog bores me and I find my self skimming. All in all, a good book and I'll seek out the previous two.