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Book spotlight (General fiction): The Seventh Sinner by Elizabeth Peters

The Seventh Sinner by Elizabeth Peters
The Seventh Sinner by Elizabeth Peters
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  • aslindy 6 years ago

    Elizabeth Peters is one of my favorite authors! Thanks for this excellent review of a terrific book! This is a great series.
    Have you read her books about Amelia Peabody Emerson? It is one my my favorite series. Fabulous!

  • Kim 6 years ago

    I also really adore The Amelia Peabody series that Peters wrote. I have yet to start this series, but I did read a Vicky Bliss mystery. How would you say Vicky Bliss compares to Jacqueline Kirby? I love that all of Peters' women are strong and intelligent, but still have a typical human "weakness", i.e. stubborness, slight vanity... etc.
    Thanks for the article!

  • Melody 6 years ago

    I had never heard of this book before, but you have me hooked. I need to hunt down a copy.

  • Dagda 6 years ago

    I love fantasy fiction... a lot! Normal world stuff hardly ever catches my interest, but once again, you have done that! And extremely well I add.This is a book that I can't wait to read. Thank you again for a great review and one that gives us enough information to whet our pallet without spoilers. Keep up the good work!

    Typed by my own two hands,

  • Addie.Aynsley 6 years ago

    This sounds super cool!!

    Excellent review :)

  • SarahLindesmith 6 years ago

    aslindy: I haven't read the Amelia Peabody series yet, but my sister loves them and keeps telling me to read them, so I'm sure I'll get there. I started the first one once but didn't get into the story because of the narrative style, but I will give it another shot.
    Kim: sorry, haven't read Vicky Bliss yet either! I only just found the Jacqueline Kirby books recently and they're my first real taste of Peters. I'll have to read one and get back to you. :)

  • SarahLindesmith 6 years ago

    Dagda and Melody and Addie: thanks! good to know you like the articles and that good books are still gaining fans. If you need/want help hunting down a copy in your area, let me know - if you're a local Midlander, obviously, I'd send you straight to Grace A. Dow or Barnes and Noble, but if you're not from around here then I can search your local area (assuming you let me know where that is) to help find a bookstore/library that carries it.

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