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Faye Longchamp Mysteries, No. 4

by Mary Anna Evans

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Findings by Mary Anna Evans
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  • Published Jul 2008
    232 pages
    Genre: Mysteries

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  • Carolyn (Summerville SC)
    This wasn't a bad book, but it just didn't ring any bells for me. I didn't think the main characters were developed as well as they could be, and the history of Faye's ancestors was rather rambling. It wasn't a chore to finish the book, but overall I felt something was lacking.
  • Terrie (Tecumseh MI)
    Not in my top 10. Quick read. Good book to read on a rainy day.
  • Karen (Troy IL)
    This was the first and most likely the last book I will read by the author. I usually enjoy reading books from a series that has a woman as the main "detective" type character but Faye wasn't very believable to me. There wasn't much suspense for me. It was very easy to figure out the "who done it". The love interests in the book weren't very believable for me either.
  • Joyce (El Segundo CA)
    Nancy Drew for Adults?
    I did not dislike this book, I just didn't like it. I felt like I was reading a Nancy Drew book dressed up for adults. To be honest I did not finish reading the entire book, I quit half way thru. I feel bad because I love books, I love writers, I love Book Browse but this book was so simple, so elementary that I didn't want to spend any more time reading it when there are so many great books out there. I'm hoping someone else will give it a great review to balance this out. Its just not memorable AT ALL.
  • Ruth Harris (Tyrone GA)
    I Found Findings To Be
    A good read. It's the fourth in Mary Anna Evans's Faye Longchamp mystery series. I'm not familiar with the author or the series, so I read the book with no strong feelings for characters and their histories. I can't say I came away with any either.

    The story was entertaining while I was reading it, but I don't feel the need to search for previous or future books involving Faye Longchamp and her circle of friends. Perhaps I would feel differently had I read the 3 previous works, but I think books should be able to stand on their own.

    I found Findings to be a quick, average read.
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