Poison Ivory (Center Point Premier Mystery (Large Print))

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Press: Center Point Pub; Lrg edition (November 1, 2009)
ISBN:9781602856158
Author Name:Myers, Tamar
Pages:295
Language:English

Content

All antiques dealer Abigail Timberlake Washburn wanted was to find a perfect gift for her darling (if not altogether together) mama Mozella's birthday. 
She never expected her online purchase of an exquisite, seventeenth-century rosewood linen chest to place her in federal custody, accused of trafficking in illegal ivory! Then insult is heaped on her injury when she's forced to turn to her lawyer-snake ex, Buford, to spring her—since ex-cop /current hubby Greg's “good ol' boy” contacts don't happen to include any feds.
Abby may be small in stature, but she's a force to be reckoned with when riled—and she's determined to root out the real smugglers who she blames for her recent indignities.
But in her zeal to stick it to the elephant eliminators who have invaded her beloved Charleston, Abby might just land herself and mama alike up to their pearly whites in lethally hot water!

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Mystery, Thriller & Suspense,Mystery,Women Sleuths,Literature & Fiction,United States



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Comment List (Total:15)

  •     Would someone please get this poor woman an editor. I have read all of Tamar Myers books and this is the worst. Disjointed, inconsistent story line, misidentified characters - a very sloppy offering from this author. Do not buy or waste your time reading this book.
  •     One of the better in series
  •     Great
  •     One of my all time favorite genre's is the cozy mystery and I especially love those that are set in the Southern part of the United States. Tamar Myers' series staring Abigail Timberlake Washburn, are witty and captivating, and a great read, especially for rainy days by the fire. Abigail is a modern day Ms. Marple meets Lucy Ricardo, and you never know what sort of trouble she is going to get herself into! That's part of the fun of reading these wonderful books. Myers' character development is outstanding, and her descriptions of Charleston and other Southern towns make the reader feel as if they are strolling the streets with Abigail. I also recommend Patricia Sprinkle's Southern mysteries.
  •     I am in the middle of this book and cannot finish it. The nasty slurs against George W Bush were totally unnecessary.
  •     Someone should tell Tamar Myers to give up writing all together. She has no clue about writing mysteries. The characters are ridiculous and annoying.
  •     I do like the Den of Antiquity mystery series, quite a bit. The lead character is wonderful and so are supporting characters.
  •     Good read
  •     good as always.
  •     I did enjoy;but thought there were too many misspellings. Words not caught because they were not misspelled but rather the wrong word, the where it should be they.
  •     A fun read but too predictable
  •     I really enjoy these books, very light reading. Love the characters.
  •     This story is all over the place. Editing is terrible. Ending is stupid. It is not even finished. The story needed more of a conclusion.It seems like this was thrown together to meet a deadline. After this one, there is only one book left in the series. I recommend that you save your money. The only reason that I will even read the last one is because I already have it.
  •     How can she be so diabolical and yet so funny? Love her and all her works.
  •     If you don't know Tamar Myers yet, you have a treat in store. If you are looking for a good mystery with a sharp sense of humor, you have found the right writer
 

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