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Milwaukee Summers Can Be Deadly By Kathleen Anne Barrett,

  • Title: Milwaukee Summers Can Be Deadly
  • Author: Kathleen Anne Barrett
  • ISBN: 9780373263936
  • Page: 426
  • Format: Paperback
  • When a prominent CPA is murdered, the pleas of his 16 year old son draw ex attorney turned legal researcher Beth Hartley into the case Beth discovers the victim was a notorious womanizer whose affairs left numerous women, including his wife, with a motive for murder When the CPA s secretary is also murdered, Beth s talent for finding missing links is put to the test duriWhen a prominent CPA is murdered, the pleas of his 16 year old son draw ex attorney turned legal researcher Beth Hartley into the case Beth discovers the victim was a notorious womanizer whose affairs left numerous women, including his wife, with a motive for murder When the CPA s secretary is also murdered, Beth s talent for finding missing links is put to the test during a Milwaukee summer.
    Milwaukee Summers Can Be Deadly When a prominent CPA is murdered the pleas of his year old son draw ex attorney turned legal researcher Beth Hartley into the case Beth discovers the victim was a notorious womanizer whose affairs

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    1. Grew up near Milwaukee and wanted to read this because of the location While it referenced many of the malls, streets and restaurants, the book was not worth reading it for the nostalgia only Loved the references to the lake, but the author just seemed to try to hard to make herself a good writer sticking in totally random sentences to seem poetic This was the second in a series, I did not read the first this books assume you know what is going on, and jump right into a mystery with no backgroun [...]

    2. Beth Hartley is a legal researcher with a lot of time on her hands, apparently When the a neighbor is killed, his teenage son asks her to investigate his death She discovers lots of people with reason to dislike the dead man But even though she finds lots of people with secrets they d like to keep hidden, will she find a murderer I thought this was a pretty good story, but not really anything special I wouldn t really be interested in reading in this series I hope someone else will enjoy it th [...]

    3. The main character Beth Hartley left me wanting The supporting cast were equally unappealing and she spend time describing very meal and I did not learn anything about her background in legal research Her childhood friend works with her but there s absolutely nothing about their relationship to one another and why they chose to work together Very unsatisfying and not sure I will read anything further in the series from this author.

    4. This is one of the worst books I have read It kept describing Milwaukee like it was some sort of historical guide book It was forced and interfered with the narrative, which was also dull and painful to read The characters lacked spark and were not endearing at all And the plot was lame o and poorly developed I don t understand how it got published, and now I know why I never heard of it.

    5. There was enough interest to keep me reading to the end, but the over abundance of unnecessary description and minute details was sometimes distracting It felt less like a mystery novel and like a tour of Milwaukee in the 90s not that I m complaining it s very thorough and thrilling for a life long Milwaukeean However the ending was a little too neat and didn t make me feel like I had any clues to latch on to and help solve along with the characters.

    6. Beth Hartley is a legal researcher with a lot of time on her hands, apparently When the a neighbor is killed, his teenage son asks her to investigate his death She discovers lots of people with reason to dislike the dead man But even though she finds lots of people with secrets they d like to keep hidden, will she find a murderer I thought this was a pretty good story, but not really anything special I wouldn t really be interested in reading in this series.

    7. Once again former lawyer Beth Hartley is asked to investigate a murder This time, the young boy who shovels her snow asks her to find out who killed his father Beth s narration, which sounds like her confiding in a girlfriend, draws the reader into her confusion and lack of confidence as she interviews a variety of family members, workmates and friends, uncovering skeletons in the family closets.

    8. Please see my detailed review at Graceann s Milwaukee Summers Review Terrible book No story, no writing skill, no excuse If detailed descriptions of upholstery and meal ingredients float your boat, you ll love this waste of paper I can t believe it s part of a series this author should never have been allowed off of the reject pile.

    9. A lawyer is murdered and not too much later, so isn t his secretary Beth isn t with the police but shes on the case I didn t think id like this book but I m glad i gave it a shot I loved it but its a 4 5 because the large amount of details were distracting at times and a lot of questions were left unanswered.

    10. A rather pedestrian novel A adroit author does not find it necessary to go over what the protagonist does next, and next, and next, including what she had for lunch and when she let the dog out 24 hours later I could not remember the ending.

    11. Quick easy read typical mystery but good story This seems like a series, so if there is another I might read it later on.

    12. This book didn t hold my interest It seemed a little disconnected and it was hard to care about the characters.

    13. Second one I ve read in this older series and I liked it It s a good easy read I didn t see the ending coming and I like the characters who appear in each book.

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