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  • Title: Wherever Lynn Goes
  • Author: Jennifer Wilde Beatrice Parker T.E. Huff
  • ISBN: 9780727845979
  • Page: 300
  • Format: Hardcover
  • REISSUELynn had been receiving phone calls from someone claiming to be her father, except her father had been dead for years When her aunt was murdered, the police maintained that there was no connection between the killing and the calls, but Lynn knew differently.
    Wherever Lynn Goes REISSUELynn had been receiving phone calls from someone claiming to be her father except her father had been dead for years When her aunt was murdered the police maintained that there was no connect

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    1. Good Read, Good Characters I received an ARC of this story in exchange for an honest review Lynn Morgan was 26, had worked for the Sunday Supplement for 5 years, and was very happy to be leaving History was Lynn s first love Phillip Ashton Croft was one of the most prestigious publishers in London Books he published were the last word in scholarship and impeccable taste Lynn had written some articles on the court of Louis XIV and Phillip Ashton Croft felt they could be expanded into a book Conta [...]

    2. I was given an ARC in exchange for an honest review.Lynn is a writer, lives in London with her roommate Mandy, an actress She has a pretty quiet life, sees a lawyer named Lloyd Writing for a newspaper, Lynn is given a chance to do what she has always wanted, to write a historical book.Then she receives a call telling her that her Aunt had been murdered She lived with her Aunt when her father had gone off to Australia for work She was 5 when she moved in and 13 when she was sent off to school She [...]

    3. Jennifer Wilde was one of my favorite writers of historical romance back in the 70s 80s So when I had an opportunity to read a Jennifer Wilde book I jumped at it Jennifer Wilde was actually a pseudonym for T.E Huff, an man who wrote under a number of female pseudonyms and in fact when this books was first published in 1975, it was under another of his pseudonyms, Beatrice Parker This often reads like something written in 1975 the language, the clothes, the overall feel of the book all took me ba [...]

    4. I am thoroughly confused This reads like a 1960s 1970s Mary Stewart book In the story, the main character references a father who died in 1959, yet the character is young Is this a re release If so, it should either specifiy that it s a period book or it needs updated The language is extremely dated, so dated that it was a distraction to me.

    5. a good mistery novel, keep me in my toes buuuut the heroine lynn was not one of my favs, kind of narrow minded and too naive weird cuz jennifer w tends to write strong smart female characters.

    6. Only rated a three because as a reader I felt disconnected to the cold characters The storyline was interesting, but a story can only be great when backed up with amazing characters I was given this book in exchange for an honest review via Netgalley.

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