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@Read Book ß Love and Murder on the Queen Anne ¶ Love and Murder tells the story of a fun cast of characters on board a cruise ship on course for murder Halfway through the trip from New York to the Bahamas, someone is murdered Everyone is shocked, but fortunately, Rex Mathers PI happens to be on board He agrees to solve the case Love and Murder also follows several passengers of varied qualities on their quest for love Some end up with just a one night stand some might fight lasting romance They all mingle and enjoy the opportunites the cruise offers Love and Murder is a mystery with a comedic spark that ll leave the reader not only guessing who the culprit is, but laughing at all the antics of the passengers Consumed someone is murdered Everyone is shocked Rules and Data for the Steam-Engine, Both Stationary and Locomotive: And for Railways, Canals, and Turnpike Roads (Classic Reprint) but fortunately Auditing Markets, Products, and Marketing Plans Rex Mathers PI happens to be on board He agrees to solve the case Love and Murder also follows several passengers of varied qualities on their quest for love Some end up with just a one night stand some might fight lasting romance They all mingle and enjoy the opportunites the cruise offers Love and Murder is a mystery with a comedic spark that ll leave the reader not only guessing who the culprit is The Glucose Revolution: The Authoritative Guide to the Glycemic Index--the Groundbreaking Medical Discovery but laughing at all the antics of the passengers I read this book over a series of lunch hours, after picking it up at the free table in the cafeteria This book was very basic, almost like a grade school assignment I couldn t believe how it was written, so I looked up the author This was his first book, published originally in 2003 The characters were all very one dimensional, and the names were very basic, so much so that they were getting confused in my mind Aside from the victim, the spouse, and the detective, the characters were very I read this book over a series of lunch hours, after picking it up at the free table in the cafeteria This book was very basic, almost like a grade school assignment I couldn t believe how it was written, so I looked up the author This was his first book, published originally in 2003 The characters were all very one dimensional, and the names were very basic, so much so that they were getting confused in my mind Aside from the victim, the spouse, and the detective, the characters were very stereotypical and forgettable Most were unpleasant, and I kept wondering if this was some kind of farce novel The reader does not form any bond with any character, and I found myself not really caring what happened to any of them This is a little unusual for me The one that really stood out was Marlene, a loose woman, that very crudely propositioned every man she came across I started to wonder who the victim would be, since I was not very invested in any of the characters None of the characters seemed real It was like reading a high school production play, everyone awkward with their lines and just walking in and out of scenes without much expression or delivery I had high hopes for the detective, since none of the passengers really emerged as main characters He was a bit of a disappointment, coming out of the woodwork just before the very amateurish murder took place His investigation was unbelievably simple, and I am a little surprised he figured it out.I had picked up a second book of this author, at the same time at work, and after finishing this one, I looked through it, it might be better I might try it I really don t know I don t really recommend it The writing has an amateurish quality to it Heavy with useless, draining dialogue, almost to the point to make the reader fall out of the chair in sleep inducing boredom The author has the characters regularly snappingat one another in conversation, often responding in anger or impatience Some of the dialogue is sleazy Particularly the exchange where Marlene offers herself up to Hank in the bar or her comment to the maitre d when he tells her that she needs appropriate apparel to enter th The writing has an amateurish quality to it Heavy with useless, draining dialogue, almost to the point to make the reader fall out of the chair in sleep inducing boredom The author has the characters regularly snappingat one another in conversation, often responding in anger or impatience Some of the dialogue is sleazy Particularly the exchange where Marlene offers herself up to Hank in the bar or her comment to the maitre d when he tells her that she needs appropriate apparel to enter the dining room Snore Oh wait I m only at 15% Give me stronger coffee At 25% now and I can t finish reading this