What I liked: I spent many of the days of my childhood tagging along through flea markets, yard sales, and auctions with my dad and pap. There is something comforting about the personality of the people that you find in these places. Many times they seem so gruff and nasty but the more you get to know them you find that they are the most loving and compassionate people you’ll ever meet. I was in awe with how Mr. West was able to bring these people back like I just visited yesterday… okay, so maybe I did ;).
The mystery was perfectly suited for a chilly afternoon by the fire.
By the way — I utterly LOVED the title & how it fit the book!
What I didn’t like: There were a couple of places that detailed some icky stuff but I just skimmed those paragraphs and got on with an excellent book.
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3 Replies to “Review: Dinner at Deadman’s”
Very nice review and post. So glad you enjoyed this review. Thank you for sharing.
Thank you Gina!
I’m glad Dinner At Deadman’s reminded you of times with your family!
Thanks for a great review.
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