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The Ming and I Mass Market Paperback – Nov 1 1997
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About the Author
Tamar Myers is the author of the Belgian Congo series and the Den of Antiquity series as well as the Pennsylvania-Dutch mysteries. Born and raised in the Congo, she lives in North Carolina.
Top Customer Reviews
Unfortunetly, I think Myers had a few too many characters in this installment just as she did with the first. It became a little confusing around the middle of the book to keep track of who was who. The good part though is that the regular characters are even more fun than before. Abigail's June Cleaver-like mother, Mozella is developed more in this book and with wonderful results. The "Rob-Bobs" supply us with their usual knowledge and humor and CJ is there to keep our eyes rolling and heads shaking.
The mystery itself is a little too predictable even with so many extra characters. The ending seemed almost like the ending of an episode of Scooby-Doo. The sleuthing in Gilt By Association is much better than this one. What saves this book from becoming blah is the sense of humor. The laughs are even bigger in The Ming and I than they were before. There is a classic scene with Abigail, Mozella and CJ in a haunted house that was so funny, I had to read it again.
Whether or not you enjoyed the first two books in this series, make sure you read The Ming and I. The Den of Antiquity Series get better (and funnier) with each installment.
Most recent customer reviews
One of my favorite things in a book, when I'm reading for pleasure, is humor. Tamar Myers applies it like a master - um - mistress - um - maestra! Read morePublished on June 27 2000
I started reading this book out loud at about 8:30 in the morning, while a friend was driving us from Colorado Springs to eastern Kansas. Read morePublished on March 27 1998
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It was the first one I have ever read by Ms. Myers. I can't wait to get her others and read them too. Read morePublished on Jan. 15 1998