The Dead Past

The Dead Past Welcome to Felicity Grove This upstate New York village is as small as it is peaceful But somehow Jonathan Kendrick s eccentric grandma Anna always manages to find trouble Crime scandal you name it

Welcome to Felicity Grove This upstate New York village is as small as it is peaceful But somehow Jonathan Kendrick s eccentric grandma Anna always manages to find trouble Crime, scandal, you name it this wheelchair bound senior citizen is involved So when the phone rings at 4 a.m in Jonathan s New York City apartment, he knows to expect some kind of dilemmaWelcome to Felicity Grove This upstate New York village is as small as it is peaceful But somehow Jonathan Kendrick s eccentric grandma Anna always manages to find trouble Crime, scandal, you name it this wheelchair bound senior citizen is involved So when the phone rings at 4 a.m in Jonathan s New York City apartment, he knows to expect some kind of dilemma But Anna s outdone herself this time She s stumbled across a dead body in her trash can

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    Published :2018-03-19T19:48:26+00:00

One thought on “The Dead Past

  1. Miriam

    I was told or read some where that Piccirilli wrote this on a dare, imitating the "cozy" genre of mysteries. If so, he both did and did not succeed. The opening chapters seem to be checking off a list of traits, based perhaps on Murder She Wrote: the smart and well-meaning but uncontrollably nosy and interfering old lady in a small, quaint town, her hapless grandson getting drawn into her schemes, the local yokels in fact, it almost seems like a satire of a cozy. But on the other hand, the fathe [...]

  2. Gloria Piper

    This is a charming cozy that is part of a Felicity Grove mystery series. Jonathan Kendrick and his grandmother, Anna, are afflicted with a nosiness that is almost terminal when it comes to solving murder mysteries. We have plenty of witty repartees, which sometimes go on a bit too long. Jonathan is haunted by past traumas, which have worked to make him and his grandma famous in the little town. This rounds out the characters and it serves to invite the reader to investigate previous books in thi [...]

  3. Angie crosby

    I enjoyed this book. I've read other books by this author but never a mystery. I didn't even know he had written mysteries. This book had a Miss Marple quality to it in nosiness and an inability to let anything go. It gave me clues but nothing glaringly obvious and kept me guessing to the end. It started a bit slow then seemed to really wrap up fast, almost as if the author suddenly decided to quicken the pace of the book. Good library read but nothing i'd buy.

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