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As a person who dearly loves dogs and has a unique small dog of my own, I found this story to be warm and loving. Anyone who has ever loved and lost a unique pet will identify in some method with the characters. By the end of the book, I shared in the love and loss of Mollie. I found myself frustrated with the veterinarians who were involved at times. Throughout the book I knew the author was writing a very private memoir of Mollie and all the dogs she ever loved. I was deeply touched by this book.
I was drawn in immediately from the prologue and anxiously looked forward to each chapter to see what would happen next. The story elicited a vast array of emotions from laughter to tears and others in between. I learned a lot about the effects of animal abuse and how long it takes to undo the hurt initially done (if ever). I was touched by the love and compassion of the people who raised Mollie after they became her owners. It is definitely a must read for animal lovers and people dealing with abuse of all kinds. As you will read in Mollie's Tail, it all comes down to love, patience and persistence.
I read this in two sittings. It is a story about a unique sheltie who had been abused and is told through the everyday lives and interactions of the family who adopted her. Although she never completely shed some of her fears she did become a very loving and much loved member of the family and eventually Mollie's sweet personality shone through. Be forewarned, you will need tissues.
Such a lovely tail of a real story, warms my heart knowing there are people out there who are will to begin their hearts, and home for these lovely dogs, I happen to own 2 Shelties and they are loved. Thank You Ellen Gilman for all you do in helping these attractive babies.
I am not a huge fan of the so-called “cozy mystery” in general. I don’t wish a silly, cutesy story. I wish an intriguing, rich story. Then again, I don’t like a gory, grim mystery that fills me with dread. With those things in mind, I can tell you that The Third Girl is excellent for me. I could not predict who committed the crime (not that I ever test very hard), and on the method to that revelation there was so much to lly Sutton is a woman moving past divorce and disappointments with courage and verve, fulfilling a dream to live in France. The little village in which she opens her bed and breakfast, La Baraque, is charmingly described, and I do like a book with amazing scenery. Molly is a protagonist I can trust and admire, and this is so necessary – who cares what happens if you don’t like the characters? Other characters in the book are also well drawn; some, like Lawrence, another ex-pat, are delightful. One hero in this book is, of course, a murderer.
I love series style writing and when I search an author who has that unique talent to bring a globe and its inhabitants to life so perfectly, I gobble up everything they ll stands there with Lilian Jackson Braun, Terry Brooks, Patricia Cornwell,Clive Cussler, etc. She is the best fresh author I have found in ma y years!Whatever type of story you might favor, you will be instantly a amazing fan of Nell's have fun them all!
I have read and enjoyed all three of the books included in this boxed edition. The Molly Sutton series includes all of the elements that I love in a cozy mystery: an exotic setting, powerful female characters, and a mystery that is not too graphic or violent. Molly is a powerful and independent American living in the village of Castillac in France. Molly, the quirky villagers and all of their everyday interactions are consistent in each book.. There is always a twist or two as Molly solves each mystery. All three books are amazing reads and the boxed set would be a amazing bonus for anyone who loves cozy mysteries.
Each one of the three mysteries making up this boxed set are compelling reads all on their own. Together they give the reader a smorgasbord of enticing characters, places, intrigues and plot twists to hold you completely engrossed. Nell Goddin's writing is as amazing as any best-selling author, and these novels deserve to be among the NY Times top ten. Thanks, Nell, forna amazing job.
I have loved getting to know Molly and all the delightful characters in her adopted fresh home. The mysteries hold me guessing and the I am enjoying learning fresh things about the French village culture.
This series is so enjoyable! Molly is a fun likable hero and the setting in France is wonderful. The series is full of interesting people and mouth watering food. Amazing mysteries in the style of Agatha Christie, I recommend these books to anyone who needs a small sleuthing r&r
I love Molly! Each book in this unbelievable set is lly is such a fun character. I love reading about her adventuresin that kooky French village. Please hold these amazing books coming,I can't obtain enough of them. I highly recommend them to everyone.
Molly escaped Ireland, fleeing from a murder charge for killing a would-be rapist. Arriving in Fresh York, she discovered the difficulty of earning a living in its bustling, immigrant communities, but when happenstance shoved her in the method of a murder investigation, she attaches herself to a local personal detective. Now, eight books into this series, she is running her own detective agency, but she is still struggling to survive. But when her bohemian mates invite her to parade to help the suffragist movement, she meets some well-to-do Vassar graduates, one of whom hires her to investigate her husband, whom she worries is supporting a mistress. But then, suddenly, women in the group begin to sicken and die, so Molly takes on that investigation, the previous novels, this book combines historical background about Fresh York in this era with interesting characters and a sharp, well paced plot. As an ex-New Yorker, I search the setting entertaining, especially when Molly visits locations I've been to, but the books would be amazing reads without any Fresh York connections. Molly is a fine example of the path of a lot of women in that era, striving to become more self-reliant; she's a amazing role model.
Best series I've ever read ~ suspense wrapped in a well-researched historical setting! Mysteries and heroine's dilemmas are all solved in various ways, so the endings are not predictable. These novels are true page-turners ~ there is a subsequent novel (14 or 15 to date) to continue the main character's experiences, so you don't feel a letdown as you obtain to the conclusion of each novel ~ just begin reading the next one in the series.I would recommend reading these novels in order to obtain a smooth understanding and background of what happened previously to the main character."Murphy's Law" is the first novel in this suspenseful series! ENJOY!
This is the eighth book in the delightful Molly Murphy series of historical mysteries that take put in the turn of the twentieth century Fresh York City. This time our feisty heroine finds herself in the company of suffragettes who are Vassar graduates. In a moment of solidarity, Molly finds herself agreeing to march with them only to search herself in the clink. Her beau, Daniel Sullivan, a handsome police captain with the Fresh York Town Police Department manages to obtain her sprung.A couple of these new, well-educated associates of Molly, however, need Molly's services as a personal detective, as one believes that her husband is cheating on her, while the other believes that her Uncle is cheating her of an inheritance. So, Molly is, once again, up to her eyeballs in adventure and danger. When one of her clients dies, perhaps from influenza, but perhaps not, Molly goes all out to right what may have gone always, the author skillfully captures the feel of a bygone era, and the story is rife with period detail and highly atmospheric. This is a well-written book with an intriguing plot and characters that will fully engage the reader. As with all cozy mysteries, it is not so much the mystery that is of import but the characters that revolve around the mystery. While the mystery is intriguing, it is the framework around which the characters evolve. Those who have fun the historical cozy mystery genre will definitely have fun this entertaining series.
Molly has just recovered from a strain of the influenza epidemic that is sweeping Fresh York Town in the spring of 1903. But she doesn't allow that stop her from joining Sid, Gus, and some of their Vassar mates in marching for women's suffrage. While that effort ends with them in jail, it also provides Molly with two fresh rst is Emily, a young woman left to fend for herself after her miserly uncle kicked her out. Emily wants to know more about her dead parents. Then Fanny hires Molly to prove her husband is cheating on her. Things are progressing on both cases when someone dies. Was it a poor case of the flu or was it murder?As always, this book was a amazing trip back in time. The set up is steeped in history. When the cases start, the book picks up. I actually found both of them quite interesting and lly has really grown as a detective, and that is evident here as she actually pulls off solving both cases. Her growing ability is actually quite fun to watch. And she continues to be an interesting hero I love to spend time e cases her also provide Molly a amazing possibility to think about her future as the potential wife of Captain Daniel Sullivan. As always, I was both hot and cold to him, but I seem to soften with every ese books aren't typical mysteries but as much about life a century ago as the case at hand. And I love them for it. If you wish a glimpse of another time and place, pick up this series today.
This book, In A Gilded Cage, is the eighth entry into the Molly Murphy t in the early 1900's, Molly owns her own personal detective agency, of which she is the sole employee. This in itself is rare for that time period, as most women were raised to marry well and have a lot of children, and encouraged to stay at home to raise lly is very independent, curious and maddening to her police detective fiance, Daniel Sullivan. She puts herself in harm's method more than once in order to solve her cases. He can't resist her, though, as she makes mates easily and has a heart of gold.I just adore Molly, and count myself blessed by the women that have gone before us, as Molly and her mates do not even have the right to vote yet. An education is considered frivolous, and a woman alone is considered is series is one that just keeps getting better and better, and is a quick, delightful read. Obtain ready for some surprising twists, and some amazing news for Molly. I can't wait for the next one!
All the Molly Murphy books are good. Be prepared for treatment of women before the vote. Writing is amazing but you’ll need to excuse little inconsistencies between books—just one per book, things like birth order, time living in the US, little info as to past—otherwise a fun read. Books are short though.
Another ten for Molly. (Okay, five stars it is.) This book is an historical, emotional, mysterious, fact-filled but fictional marvel. (Is that why all paper copies were sold out and I had to purchase it in e-book form?) The gilded cage refers to the lives of wealthy married women. (Molly isn't one of those and she never intends to be.) The facts in this book come straight from the history of the time, the lives led, the science known, and, I'm sure, a amazing a lot of events, fictionalized, from news accounts of the day. The author, Rhys Bowen, mixes it, stirs it, simmers it, and serves it up as a totally integrated and suspenseful mystery.
I love all of Rhys Bowen's writings and she does not disappoint in the Molly Murphy series. As a Fresh Yorker, I can almost see town roads one-hundred years ago and the relationship between Molly and Daniel is accurate to the time. Molly's interaction with historical figures and happenings is entertaining and the mystery plots are well developed. Now if Molly can only stop getting herself in life-threatening situations . . . :)
I like Krakauer's writing so it was fun and interesting to read essays I haven't seen before. One thing that would have created it much better would have been to have the original publication date under the title of each story instead of at the end. This matters because a lot has changed in the latest 30 years concerning technology and culture, and I found myself distracted by questions about such things as I was reading. Having the publication date at the beginning would have allow me place my mind in that put instead of wondering while I was reading.
I think I've enjoyed every book that Jon Krakauer has written. "Classic Krakauer" is a choice sampling of his work. It helps that he has climbed mountains and had enough adventures to understand the persons and topics that he covers. The chapter on Tag Foo was especially engaging for me, since I live less than a mile from Maverick's, and know some of those he writes about. Krakauer's use of descriptive words is extravagant, which makes his storytelling a joy to read. The chapter about children's boot camps was a chilling, and a warning for parents. I'm looking forward to his next publication.
Classic Krakauer is really the best description for this book as well. If you're a fan, you'll love this. It's a compilation of several of his earlier articles and essays on the usual interesting topics he tackles in his books, and in the usual depth and exploration he's known for. Another reviewer said the only thing that could create this book better would be more articles, and I would agree.
This collection of previously published essays is, indeed, classic Krakauer. In them, he transports the reader to different locales- a lot of of them alpine- while also turning a phrase about the local topic that brings questions about the broader globe to mind. Thoughtful, thought provoking, and entertaining.
An perfect collection of nonfiction articles, ranging widely in subject but all having something to do with the outdoors and being in nature. Some are uplifting and some are sad, but all seem very n Krakauer is my favorite nonfiction author. This reminds me of a collection of short stories, only they are all real stories. Highly recommended!
I loved this book but Jon Krakauer could write about plain snow and I'd be interested. He brings to life adventure but he also gets us into the heads of the adventurers. His writing shows his passion for adventure and I've always lived vicariously through his writing about mountains or fires or anything. Some say it's just a collection of his articles. So what? It's a amazing read.
What a treasure this book is! Greco shows us that life isn’t just about the end goals, but the means in which we use to obtain where we wish to be.Our family similar to this book because we are all highly ambitious and go-getters. Along the Method With Molly shows us how necessary it is to ‘stop and smell the roses.’Molly is a sweet dog who enjoys living life in the moment. We loved her sidekick, too!
This is sweet book about a girl and the dog she rescued. They have a fun adventure through the park. I teach elementary aged children and they loved it!! The colors are bright and the story is sweet. I highly recommend this book.
I really enjoyed the fun facts along the way. The curiosity of Molly is adorable. I love that she meets mates wherever she goes and enjoys their company. Well written and illustrated!
I saw the reviews on this book, so I had to see what they were talking about. We read this book and the grandkids and I both loved it. They loved Molly (of course), the colourful fun colors and pictures, and I loved the lessons in it. Molly is such a unbelievable hero and super cute! I hope we obtain to see a lot more of Molly's adorable adventures soon.
When Molly searches for her bone, she discovers so much more along the way. Her sidekick, Al, offers sound reminders to Molly like being kind by waiting in line until it's her turn. They meet a lot of mates and realize the fun was in the journey.
This is a cute book of Molly the puppy just learning the fresh globe around her. The illustrations are colourful and bright. This will be a delightful book for all puppy lovers.
The book is easy and fun, can be used for several teaching moments and serves as a amazing reminder to all, to hold your eyes begin and you can explore fresh treasures, every single time.
Although there are so a lot of books, this one would be a treasure to have in your private library. I loved that Emma was always watching Molly play. Also, what a unbelievable method to end the pages with a helpful lesson on bees.
I really enjoyed this book and look forward to the next installment.I love lacey London and all she has written. I have given this book a 5 star rating and highly recommend this book.
Lacey London does it again with her recent book. Humorous and entertaining this recent book will create sure that your laughing. Highly recommend this author.
This is a unbelievable book. Before this I read "The Loyal Wife" by Natalie Barelli. That book was also very good, amazing as in I wanted to read another one of her books right away. I read this book in one day as I could not place it down. It certainly grabs you from the beginning and does not allow you go. I have certainty found a fresh author and am starting one of her other books as soon as I finish this review. I hope she writes another soon because there are only two books of hers I haven't read. Anyone that enjoys a quick paced physiological thriller, read this book. Trust me.
I'm not much of a reviewer and others have already told you the story of Molly. This is one of those MUST READ books. I already have her next book queued up to read. Natalie is a amazing writer and even took time out yesterday to support me obtain a copy of the updated book. Thanks again Natalie. You will not be sorry for the time you spend reading this story.
CompellingStand-alone that is simple to follow. Some violence, no drag-you-down riguing and sad story with plenty of twists. Believable characters with distinct personalities. Entertaining desire to re-read this story. I may be interested in other works by this author.
Loved this book! The hidden identity plot is so clever, and the impact on Rachel/Molly’s private and professional lives is brilliantly delivered. I’m a large Natalie Barelli fan, and the Missing Molly characters have the familiar sharp wit we’ve seen in Barelli’s Emma Fern series. The huge difference here is that the lead hero is fundamentally amazing and her actions are motivated by survival, rather than the nefarious schemes that drove the earlier books. And Barelli delivers in spades! Amazing plot twists, and fun dialogue throughout.
What a unbelievable story and interesting premise--young woman hiding from her past and working for a local newspaper that decides to do a series on the long-missing young woman. So a lot of twists and turns that the author kept you guessing until the very end. This was so amazing that I read Ms. Barelli's Emma Fern Series. Definitely looking forward to her next book!
Absolutely loved this book and I could not place it down! The story line was so interesting, loved how the characters evolved. Quick paced read. I would definitely recommend this book. Cannot wait to obtain my hands on another barelli book! This is my first time reading this author.
This is my favourite of the Natalie Barelli books to date. I read it in 2 sittings over a long weekend and was captivated from the first chapter. At the end of the first chapter it is as if it went into top gear and is like a rollercoaster and I just required to hold reading to see how Rachel/Molly was going to be at the end? Would she stay as Rachel or would people search out she was Molly? Would the true murderer be brought to justice? If so, how? Loved it.
Edited to add: The application keeps glitching. I can obtain through a few pages before it goes completely white and I have to shut the program down and reopen. It's seriously frustrating for a product that I pay monthly for to do this. FIX THIS. I love being able to access it at any time but it's really frustrating that the application has to be begin and the phone on for the download to occur. If my phone goes into Screensaver mode or if I have to go to another app, the download completely stops. Please let for background downloading.
There really was nothing in this story that was outstanding, interesting, or illuminating. It was rather boring. This story went back and forth between the past, when Molly was growing up in the early 1900's, and the present, when she was living in a retirement home and dictating some incidents from her early life to a woman who was writing them ere simply wasn't anything exceptional about her early life, especially when one considers the time frame. I remember stories my grandmother told me about her early life. She was born in 1898, and they were by far more enthralling and kept me rapt during the is book was not a page turner, unless one considers quickly turning the pages to obtain to the end so it was over. There was nothing in this story that created me wish to hold reading, but I did because I don't believe it's fair to review a book which one hasn't e only thing I can say in a positive light is that there were no typos, no sex scenes, and the author's sentences were well-constructed.
This book really found a lodging put in my heart. I learned most of what I know at the knee of my Mother in the Southern Hills of Wv. My Mother and I spent a lot of hours walking in the Mountains of WV, she picked greens, knew all of the wild flowers, showed me various herbs and told me what they were used for. We always kept a bottle of Camphor which was replenished every week from Whiskey that she would snitch from my Dad when he finally came home on Sunday evening after a week end of drinking, gambling and womanizing. Mom held the home together which consisted of her and 6 kids. This Book, took me back home to the walks in the woods, the Seasonal changes, the hardships and Joys of being raised in the hills of West Virginia.
I downloaded this book on a whim. I was about to begin another huge book and decided to obtain this for a weekend read. I'm so glad I did. Everyone has a story to tell. It's their own story---their own life. Boring? I think not. This small book is about Molly, but it could be about you, or even me. It's simply a story about the love that drives a family through thick and thin. Buckle your belt and keep tight to the bar as you take a unbelievable ride on this roller coaster. If you need to renew your faith in mankind, this book is for you.
There were so a lot of times as I read this book that I forgot it was fiction because it is that believable, and to be honest, I actually wanted it to be e story goes back and forth between the show time and the early 1900's when two awesome people living in the hills search a baby girl abandoned on their doorstep. Nina and "Pop" Minion take in the kid and start raising her in an awesome and very loving environment. It never occurs to Molly to question why she doesn't look like either of her parents. Nina is a Native American healer and Pop is a white man so they turned a few heads when they married. Molly is a small too dark to be "white" and her hair is curly, but not tightly curled like the not good folks who live in the community down the road, who live in squalor, have small food, smell badly, and are generally day Molly meets a small boy during her trek into the hills and woods. She is learning about natural healing from her mother and is looking for some berries. Zach is the one who first questions why she doesn't look anything like her parents, which causes her to question them at the dinner table and the truth comes out. Molly is upset, but she finally realizes that their love is the same, whether they are blood kin or not. One day, Zach's drunk and mean as a skunk father catches him talking to Molly and begins beating him with a belt for talking to "her kind". This experience leaves a tag on Molly's heart. When mom finds out, she takes it upon herself to handle Zach's daddy in her own way. Nina is a woman you will love and root the show time, Molly is telling her wonderful life story to a woman who works at the retirement village where Molly resides so that she can write a book about Molly's is is one of those books I will keep onto and re-read again in the future. It's a delight and it's a treasure, and I hated for it to end.
I decided to test another Deanna Edens work, and I liked this more than the first I read. MOLLY'S MEMOIR is a sweet, homespun story that brings smiles and sometimes outright laughter. Molly is now 85 and living comfortably in a retirement center. Her pushy and wacky next door neighbor Allison prods her to tell her where she was raised, etc. Soon a college journalism student is taking notes to write Molly's memoirs because she too finds her life stories so fascinating. Baby Molly was plopped on a porch and abandoned in the 1905 mountains of West Virginia. Her fresh parents were a strong, but godly man named Mr. Minion, and his Seneca Indian wife Nina. It's an entertaining story that has a few serious moments, but most of it is lighthearted and fun. Its brief 142 pages are a relaxing, diversionary read.
Molly's Memoir is an interesting story of life, past and present, of a family and the love they shared through amazing and poor times. This story demonstrates the importance of love and the role it plays in the development of a child's hero and self worth. I have read the story three times, experiencing the dozens of human emotions shared, and enjoying hearing Molly's Memories very much with each reading.
As a genealogist, I am interested in books written about a family's history. As a budding author myself, I have struggled with writing my own family history in a method that is interesting. This book taught me a method of doing that, with its well-placed humor and a bit of the antagonist in Allison. I thank the author, Deanna Edens for writing the book, and the website, , for bringing it to my attention.
What a delightful read. Especially like the pst script by Eric Hoffer. Sounds just like my life & makes me thankful for it. Life can be as full as you wish it to be, & if you just drift along you are missing all the joys, & even the joys that come along with the sorrows & crises.
There is an old Irish saying..."If you love what you do, you'll never work a day in your life ". This comes across from the author and her unbelievable story, her generous bonuses to charity, but especially in her portrayal of the people who did their best with what they had. An abandoned baby is raised by a family... a Seneca healer, her Scottish husband, and is taught to support whoever she could. Life in West Virginia was not simple for the black people, the Native Americans, and people who associated with them. A lot of happenings in history are shown by the memories of the young girl who developed into a remarkable woman. Felt like I was visiting an old friend. Hold up your amazing work. Thank you, Grammy.
...but they were real. What a unbelievable thing it is to be invited into someone's life. Thank you Deanna for helping Molly do that. How blessed they were to have each other and to share such open, real love. The 3 main characters were so stong and likable; humble and grateful. I want I could have gone up the hill to visit with these fine people on the porch. I don't have the knowledge to comment on the writing other to say "thank you" for bringing these women into my life. Hold writing - I feel richer for knowing that Nina & Molly have set an example of how to be real to yourself and the ones you love.
An amusing story. Molly develops over the course of the story and she is a believable, warm and funny lead character. Besides it has got a pug in it, so what is not to like? Well, too a lot of times the story is too predictable/convenient for an adult reader. I am sure young readers will have more fun with the books and are perhaps more forgiving of faults with pacing and the method most characters aren't well developed. Plot twists feel like cop-outs to resolve a situation. Still worth your time as it is generally well written, hypnotism is a fun concept to discover (as opposed to magic) and Molly's infatuation with advertisements is quite funny. So that's 3 stars, mainly because I am a grumpy old man and I expected a bit more depth.
Not good Molly Moon feels rejected, different, and lonely at a strict, little city orphanage in England. She often makes mistakes which render her as a frequent target of discipline from the head administrator, Mrs. Adderstone. Molly decides to do something about her situation when she finds a book which teaches her how to become necessary by hypnotizing people. Her first target is Mrs. Adderstone's mean pug, Petula, who is only mean because her tummy hurts from being fed chocolate chip cookies instead of healthy dog food. Through hypnotism, Petula changes her eating habits and becomes Molly's best friend. The story takes you on a series of adventures that has you rooting for Molly and her pug, Petula. In the end, Molly learns that tricking people into liking her through hypnotism is not the respond to her problems. She learns to be herself and wins the respect of all those who she once considered to be her enemies.
Unbelievable book just to read, but an awesome book for teachers to use in the classroom as a read aloud. The author writes this story in a method that almost any comprehension skill can be clearly taught again and again all the method through the book. Hero traits are clear, and they present an evolution of each characters emotion and action. There is vivid visualization of places, events, and situations, as well as, cause and effect, prediction/drawing conclusions, author's purpose,etc. All the core reading skills are simple to demonstrate within this text. If you are clever with read-aloud voices you will easily draw students into this tale and leave them hanging at the end of each chapter begging for more. This story really keeps the listener on their toes since it twists and turns and does not often turn out like you think it should. A wonderfully well written book!
I was looking for a fun read-aloud for my fifth grade class and I found the Molly Moon series on an approved 5th grade reading list. So, I read the book over one weekend and knew that my class would love it. I was right; they can't wait until read-aloud time and they're always asking if they finish their work early if we could read Molly Moon in the time that's left over. The story starts a bit slowly, but once my children understood there was magic involved they were hooked.
Purchased for a kid who likes horses, this story shows how animals as well as people can overcome physical limitations and live a normal life although looking a small various from her peers. A lovely story teaching being a small various is ok.