Milwaukee Winters Can Be Murder

Milwaukee Winters Can Be Murder The sequel Milwaukee Summers Can Be Deadly is also available from AVALON

  • Title: Milwaukee Winters Can Be Murder
  • Author: Kathleen Anne Barrett
  • ISBN: 9780803492240
  • Page: 136
  • Format: Library Binding
  • The sequel, Milwaukee Summers Can Be Deadly, is also available from AVALON.

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    432 thoughts on “Milwaukee Winters Can Be Murder”

    1. "Ten above. Downright balmy." Yep; that is a very apt description of winters in Milwaukee. I thought the writing was rather undeveloped and the plot was kind of weak and predictable, but I'm from Milwaukee so I connected to the story through all the locations. For that reason alone I'll probably read the next in the series.

    2. When her secretary's brother is found dead, the police think it's an obvious suicide. But Janet knows better, and begs her boss, Beth Hartley, to find out what really happened. There are a few loose ends in this--it seems to be a first mystery--but Beth makes an amusing narrator and a finally successful sleuth.

    3. Part of the reason I enjoyed this book was the familiar setting in Milwaukee. This made it easy to visualize while reading. Also, the author gives excessive detail about people's appearance, room decor, etc. The "fun size" of the book (5X7) suits the short novel (184pages).

    4. Good read. First of a series that is pretty old. Interesting to read a book where people don't understand computers and have no cell phones. I'll read the next one.

    5. I remember finding these Milwaukee mystery books in our library and picking two of them up to read over vacation because I grew up in Milwaukeebut they weren't very good.

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