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Jules Verne (Anglais) Relié – 22 juillet 1976

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4.0 étoiles sur 5 The Bachelor Girl's Guide to Murder Book Review 28 avril 2016
Par M. Jinnette - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Not very many books are written about the early 20th century, especially before The Great War. I find this time period fascinating because women's roles are starting to branch out from just housewives and shop workers to students of higher learning, reporters, lawyers, doctors and in other areas. Merinda and Jem take advantage of these opportunities and start to make a name for themselves as detectives. They try to avoid the Morality Squad, a group of men selected by the mayor to uphold women's traditional roles, making sure they are not out after dark and that their skirts aren't too short, and making life difficult for women.
The mystery solving was interesting but sometimes I got lost because the story would jump around and I sometimes had difficulty remembering what the original objective was. Even though the novel was about Merinda and Jem, the main focus was Jem and her potential love interest Ray. It would have been nice to have both girls as the focus instead of just one. But, looking at the write up for next book coming out, I noticed Merinda will be the one in the limelight.
Merinda's zest for life and her one track mind to find the murder was captivating. She didn't let anything or anyone stop her from achieving her goal. Dressing up in men's clothes so she and Jem could investigate places normally off-limits to women of their stature was just par for the course to her. I like how Jem tried to keep Merinda out of trouble with the Morality Squad and just in general. They both had a heart for women and tried to give them a voice, even if it was just find something that was lost.
This was an okay book but I do look forward to reading the others to see how their lives play out.

This book was provided by Litfuse Publicity Group and Harvest House Publishers for review without compensation.
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