Reader reviews for The Bilbao Looking Glass

Substance: Murder doesn't out until well along in the story, but there are a few minor mysteries along the way. Dearth of meaningful clues, and very little suspense, however, the characters are fun and the setting well defined.Style: Although MacLeod is called the "American Agatha Christie" they have very few points in common, other than writing popular series. Christie's plots are much tighter and the sleuthing more intense, but MacLeod's characters are more entertaining and her narration more humorous.
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The fourth Sarah Kelling mystery. This one takes place outside of Boston at the Kellings summer estate, where Max and Sarah meet the families. As with Macleod's others, this book is not so much a mystery as book to read for the characters and setting and humor.
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