The Celtic Riddle

The Celtic Riddle

An Archaeological Mystery

Book - 2000
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Toronto shopkeeper Lara McClintoch is back--and heading for Ireland--in this thrilling new novel in the series called exotically absorbing and culturally colorful by The Midwest Book Review.
Publisher: New York : Berkley Prime Crime, 2000.
ISBN: 9780425172353
Characteristics: 296 p. ;,22 cm.


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May 18, 2016

Unbelievably bad writing made me give up half way through. If my other reserved books had been ready earlier, I would have stopped sooner. The idea here is to follow the clues, but the author doesn't have a clue (ok, bad pun) on how to do that, so she doesn't really bother. The author apparently doesn't like good-looking men (reiterated in the Etruscan Chimera) so you know who is going to get killed. I like the idea of trying to incorporate a bit of Irish legends (which seem pretty bad) and history, but it just doesn't work here.

Mar 04, 2015

Very interesting. Kept the mystery twisting and turning to the very end.

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