Something Wicked Audio Cassette – Jun 1 2000
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From Library Journal
Hart's 1988 novel concerns the sudden mishaps and eventual murder on the set of a production of Arsenic and Old Lace. When her fiance is accused of the killing, protagonist Annie uses the methods of her favorite fictional sleuths to solve the crime. This is the only hardcover of this title available.
Copyright 1994 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Top Customer Reviews
This was a good, but not great, read. The high school Thespian in my past enjoyed all the theater stuff. I found the prosecutor, Posey, so overblown as to be uncredible. Indeed, most of the new characters seemed rather two dimensional. I continue to enjoy Annie and Henny's references to fictional characters but some of the references were really obscure. The pacing is pretty solid as Annie is one the case virtually every waking hour.
Bottom-line: Not quite sure why this won an Agatha but a good read. Readers new to the Death on Demand series are encouraged to start at the beginning -- "Death on Demand."
Annie is a typical woman running her own business. She has many problems of her own and many issues she is working out for herself through out this series. Max is a rich man who doesn't need to work, but who loves Annie enough to do what she would like him to do. (To a degree!) While they work out their own lives together, they also happen to solve mysteries.
The setting is nice and the characters are fun. The plot is convoluted. I enjoyed this book, but did find it hard to follow everything that was going on at times.
Most recent customer reviews
Annie Laurance and Max Darling take part in a summer stock production of "Arsenic and Old Lace". They enjoy it until someone starts sabatoging the rehearsals and the ego of Shane,... Read morePublished on June 2 2002 by Karen Potts
I went along reading this book just fine...until the twisted ending which may delight some readers but left me feeling totally disgusted. Read morePublished on May 23 2000