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Gin & Daggers Hardcover – Large Print, Apr 1 1990


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  • Hardcover
  • Publisher: Thorndike Pr; Lrg edition (April 1990)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0896219550
  • ISBN-13: 978-0896219557
  • Product Dimensions: 21.8 x 14.5 x 2.5 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 1.3 Kg
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,402,982 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)


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I have read most of the books in this series and enjoy them as light reading. The character of Jessica is true to the way she has been portrayed on TV, but it would have been good if Donald Bain had watched some of the TV series. He has Jessica, who does not drive, renting a car in England and her greatest difficulty is dealing with the "wrong side of the road". In order for an American to rent a car in England one needs three documents, a passport (which Jessica would have), a home state driver's license (which she didn't) and an International Driver's License, which one has to obtain before leaving the US. This glaring error of fact did detract from an otherwise well crafted mystery.
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By Amazon Customer on Jan. 28 2001
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This was once again a good book in her series of murder she wrote books. I have read all but the last one; Trick and Treachery. I have followed her tv series and books for many years and hope she continues to write more. When I read any of her books I can almost feel myself in the tv version, like I am there and one of the characters. Jessica Fletcher is a wonderful writer and I hope that she will be around for years to come, writing more of the Murder She Wrote series.
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Having read all the Murder She Wrote books, I was quite confused with this one as I was reading it. I felt that I had read it before, but was confused because it stated she had just met Inspector Sutherland. I knew that she had met him before thru previous novels. Also, the title was one that had been used in previuos series. Now I found out that it is a reissue. The book should have stated this. The credit page did state that April 2000 was the first Signet printing but should have stated it was a reissue. This is what has bothered me. Still, love the entire series, each book is just as good as the one before. Own them all. Can't wait until the next ones come out.
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I have read ALL the Murder, She Wrote books and was not aware that this book had been printed before. That does answer my question about the fact that she did not know George Sutherland, when in fact she meet him before in the series. But that does not explain one paragraph that shows an inaccuracy to the television series. The book jacket states that the book (as well as all the books in the series) are based on the T.V. series. When talking with Maria about the difficulty making a life as an actress, she states that the only way she made it financially as a beginning writer was that her husband (Frank) made sure "the refrigerator had food in it" while she tried to sell her stories. NO!! She did not begin writing until Frank died!! And is anyone else bothered by the fact that she calls the sheriff MORTON when she called him MORT on the show? I LOVE MURDER, SHE WROTE, but I also like things to be accurate and consistent. It bothers me when an author claims to know the character, but forgets key historical factors.
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By A Customer on July 19 2000
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This was a great book, as they all are. I have all the books, but started reading them last summer. I have read all but 4. The show is also good. I was also a little confused when she didn't know George Sutherland. I know she had met him in Martinis & Mayham and Highland Fling Murders. Then I saw that this was a reissue of a 1989 book. I never saw this book for sale before it came out in April. I'm glad they reprinted because now I will be to say I've read every book in the series. Read them all.
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