Sweet and Deadly

Sweet and Deadly

Book - 1981
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Now best known for her New York Times bestselling Sookie Stackhouse novels, Harris garnered an unusual degree of acclaim with her first novel--the story of a murder that embroils a small-town reporter in a mystery that hits close to home.
Publisher: Boston : Houghton Mifflin, 1981
ISBN: 9780425214626
9781602850361
9780395305324
0395305322
Branch Call Number: HARRI
Characteristics: 179 p. ; 22 cm

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LauraSteinert
Nov 02, 2016

The main character is not easy to warm up to, and unlike Sookie Stackhouse, she is not someone I'd like to meet. It is a good story, but not as engaging as one would hope.

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MARSHAANNE
Aug 25, 2016

Although Charlaine's writing is much more entertaining now, this is well written and the story flows well. A very good early effort and still easy to read.

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Kirb
Apr 29, 2012

I think this is the first book written by Charlaine Harris. Tame, but a well written story and enjoyable.

LaimaA Feb 09, 2012

Not as engrossing as Charlaine Harris' later works. Also, the motive for the killings was a bit lame. Perhaps the lameness of the motive is a result of the date of the book or the fact that it's set in a southern state, but I just didn't really find it all that convincing.

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