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Wednesday, June 10, 2009

For Glory

Lee, Elizabeth. For Glory.

Lyle Hudson is a former English teacher and a professional gambler. Nice juxtaposition, eh? Lyle is also fifty, still attractive, and interesting.

There are two mysteries involved in the novel, but neither comes across very well. Elisabeth Lee is good at detail, but there is far too much detail and far too little suspense in either mystery. Nor did either mystery appear truly credible...

I liked Lyle and her aunts, but the plot lines were frequently lost (almost forgotten) and when rediscovered, were disappointing.

Fiction. Mystery. 2006. 333 pages.

1 comment:

  1. I am sorry this one ended up being disappointing. Hopefully the next book you read will turn out better.