Twillyweed #2020

Twillyweed By Mary Anne Kelly Twillyweed Searching for her birth mother an Irish girl comes to Long Island and stumbles upon a terrible secretOne of the first things Claire Breslinsky loved about Johnny was that he never even glanced at her
  • Title: Twillyweed
  • Author: Mary Anne Kelly
  • ISBN: 9781504016674
  • Page: 207
  • Format: Paperback
  • Twillyweed By Mary Anne Kelly Searching for her birth mother, an Irish girl comes to Long Island and stumbles upon a terrible secretOne of the first things Claire Breslinsky loved about Johnny was that he never even glanced at her sister Carmela had always been the glamorous one, but Johnny only had eyes for Claire the frazzled, world traveling photographer who solved mysteries in her spare time OnlySearching for her birth mother, an Irish girl comes to Long Island and stumbles upon a terrible secretOne of the first things Claire Breslinsky loved about Johnny was that he never even glanced at her sister Carmela had always been the glamorous one, but Johnny only had eyes for Claire the frazzled, world traveling photographer who solved mysteries in her spare time Only when their marriage fell apart did Claire learn that Johnny avoided Carmela because they d had a clandestine fling in high school When Carmela discovered she was pregnant, she fled to Ireland, where she left her daughter to be raised by her eccentric spinster aunts Now Johnny is gone forever but Claire s niece is coming home.Jenny Rose Cashin arrives from Ireland to take a job as an au pair in a fading Long Island resort town, hoping to reconnect with her long lost mother But something evil lurks in the quiet beachside residences of Sea Cliff There is a killer on the grounds of this strange art colony, and Jenny Rose will need all the help she can get from her aunt Claire to uncover the truth and stay alive.
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    About "Mary Anne Kelly"

    1. Mary Anne Kelly

      Mary Anne Kelly is a former model and lyricist who later turned to writing Her acclaimed novels follow Claire Breslinsky, an acclaimed photographer from Queens, New York Kelly also calls Queens home.

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    1. Twillyweed by Mary Anne Kelly is a 2015 Mysterious Press Publication I was provided a copy of this book by the publisher and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.I confess I am unfamiliar with this series and so was not aware there were four other installments in the Claire Breslinsky Mystery series Even so, I had no real indication this was not a stand alone as the author quickly got me up to speed on the events that have led us all to this juncture in Claire s life Claire is now divorced [...]


    2. I wasn t quite sure what to make of this book at first It seemed to be a family saga although I was expecting a mystery However the characters were very engaging and the descriptions of people and places were very captivating Eventually however, a murder occurred as well as other convoluted events which made the story even interesting.Looking at the cover and the bits at the end it appears that this is not the first mystery involving the narrator of part of this boo I think I need to investigat [...]


    3. REVIEW TWILLYWEED by Mary Anne KellyTWILLYWEED is a lyrical and poetic novel holding at its core mysteries of the past, of the present The sleepy art colony on Long Island is home not only to reclusive and eccentric artists, but also harbors a killer Into this mix arrives a young Irish born lass in search of her roots, taking work in the enclave so she can search out her birth mother, who when pregnant left Long Island for Ireland, depositing her newborn with the mother s aunts Such a past and s [...]


    4. E tutti vissero felici e contenti Twillyweed, dal nome della dimora avita di una famiglia americana di origini irlandesi, uno di quei giallettini carini nel quali la solita signora di mezza et ma ancora piacente si ritrova a risolvere il mistero dopo aver interpretato tutto al contrario Quindi la ricchissima famiglia che ha assunto sua nipote in realt una banda di poveracci che vivono praticamente della carit e del senso di colpa di chi, in un incidente, ha reso invalido il fratello maggiore que [...]


    5. Filled to the brim with interesting, at times eccentric, at times suspicious, characters, lovable animals, and with a beautiful seaside setting, Twillyweed will attract anyone who loves a good old fashioned whodunit With elements of suspense, humor, mystery and romance this is a novel which has something for everyone.My complete review can be found on my blog Fictionophile


    6. This is the complete review as it appears at my blog dedicated to reading, writing no rithmatic , movies, TV Blog reviews often contain links which are not reproduced here, nor will updates or modifications to the blog review be replicated here Graphic and children s reviews on the blog typically feature two or three images from the book s interior, which are not reproduced here.Note that I don t really do stars To me a book is either worth reading or it isn t I can t rate it three fifths worth [...]


    7. A Way with WordsI really enjoyed this book The author has a way with words Her descriptions of Sea Cliff make you want to move there tomorrow This could take place in 1930 except for the modern conveniences The mystery is secondary to the characters, which I like Mary Anne Kelly could be writing literary fiction but she chose the mystery field I will have to read her other books.


    8. An unusual book Told from two POVs that of Jenny Rose Cashin, newly arrived from Ireland to be a care giver for young Wendell and Claire Breslinsky, who happens to be her aunt Jenny Rose has never met her mother, Carmela, who had her when she was 15 The family arranged for the baby to be raised by two Irish aunts Mother and daughter come together on Long Island at Sea Cliff, a small community where everyone is related Claire takes the job of cleaning a large old house the Big White for Morgan, w [...]


    9. This was my first book by this author and I will read books with Claire Breslinsky as the mystery solving sleuth This book was like a mix of times from a bygone era and present day as lived in a Long Island seaside town The characters were intriguing and felt like people you would know When Claire s niece, Jenny Rose, comes to town after being raised by 2 spinster aunts in Ireland to work as an au pair so she can try to connect with her birth mother she lands into the middle of a mystery that m [...]


    10. This was a very interesting book and there was a lot going on Although it initially seemed that the focus was on Jenny Kate trying to connect with her mother, who had given her up for adoption, it became so much I loved the characters in this book I love how they interacted with each other As the book went on with twists and turns, I grew to love it Loved this book


    11. The beginning was a little slow but it s not a long book so it moved along And by midway I was hooked Of course, I didn t really guess the culprit in a timely fashion but must admit I had my suspicions it s always the most non obvious person Want to see what other think when the read it.



    12. Fun and light reading a mystery romance had I known I wouldn t have read it But it was fun and everyone wins in the end



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