Great mystery, great police drama, and a great story.
Charming, definitely one for cat lovers, and for cozy mystery fans it's a lovely entertaining read.
A short story with a princess who saves the day, makes new friends and becomes the toast of the kingdom? With gorgeous pictures? There are little girls out there who will adore this, especially since she doesn't change who she is to do it.
It is a light, fun, christmas story, good for early readers and with images that will keep the attention of those to young to read yet.
Overall this is a short book of Christmas stories, heartwarming, sweet, and designed to remind people that there are good people in the world. Perfect for the season.
Five stars for this lovely Christmas tale with a laugh-out-loud - and heartwarming - ending. Good for those that believe in Santa and those that don't - and the parents will like it too!
The poems are extremely raw, with some beautiful turns of phrase. While the longer works are good, her real skill is in the short works where a few well-placed words can create a world and concept and tear your heart out with it.
A touching and excellent memoir that doesn't sugarcoat the time period. Good for the casual reader, but history students should definitely pick this up as a source with first-hand content.
A beautiful, well-written, and gorgeous Christmas story, and I am glad I read it.
if you are looking for a light, undemanding, read to kill a few hours, or want a cozy mystery that you can dip in and out of, this would be ideal.
Too complex for beginners, and too light for experts, I'm not sure who this was targeted at. However it gets a few points for the useful windows7 password tip at the end.
Aside from the formatting issues, an enjoyable short procedural/mystery with an interesting female lead.
Unreadable as the content fails to load on Kindle and wants to know if I have an iPad. No warning given prior to purchase.
Action fans who want a read where they can turn their brain off may enjoy this. I'd recommend getting the triology rather than this stand alone. The lack of an ending really frustrates.
The poems here are each followed by a feminist prose piece but the poems themselves have some gems, with a far broader appeal than the feminist or feminine. Written in rhythmic prose rather than rhyme... they read fluently and compellingly.
For anyone expecting a humourous book, particularly given the cover and blurb, you will be very disappointed. I certainly was. Riddled with spelling, grammar, and formatting errors.