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Murder at the Flamingo

Murder at the Flamingo A Novel

By Rachel McMillan
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 4 Stars

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On 10/14 Jessica Boudreaux wrote: After Hamish DeLuca’s anxiety gets the better of him during his first real court case as a lawyer, he runs away to his cousin, Luca Valari. Luca was the only person who never focused on Hamish’s flaw, and treated him like everyone else. Regina Van Buren comes from high-class society stock, but she ... Murder at the Flamingo by Rachel McMillan

Jessica's Rating:

3 Stars

On 10/3 Sally McCombs wrote: Hamish DeLuca is a Scots-Italian Canadian lawyer, whose favorite book is French. He also has a debilitating anxiety order, which isn’t great when you decide to move in with your cousin who’s the life and soul of the party. Reggie Van Buren, meanwhile, is the society girl who’s never had to even ... Murder at the Flamingo, by Rachel McMillan

Sally's Rating:

3 Stars

On 9/26 The Book Club Network (TBCN) wrote: This is a fun historical novel set in the 1930’s. It’s a throwback to the beginnings of big nightclubs that were the center of the night life in Boston. Hamish Deluca is an attorney who discovers he’s not a fit to do battle in the courtroom. He runs to visit his cousin, Luca, in Boston who wants ... MURDER AT THE FLAMINGO REVIEWED

The Book Club Network (TBCN)'s Rating:

4 Stars

On 9/6 Kellie Riojas wrote: “Maybe it was time to land straight in the middle of the adventure…”Hamish DeLuca has spent most of his life trying to hide the anxiety that appears at the most inopportune times -- including during his first real court case as a new lawyer. Determined to rise above his father’s expectations, ... Murder At The Flamingo: A Review

Kellie 's Rating:

3 Stars

On 9/5 Consulting Writer wrote: Let me start by saying I love the cover. Upon first seeing it, it looked like a good murder mystery read and I'm a sucker for murder mysteries. Plus, the description of a character that investigates a murder yet suffers from an anxiety disorder. That sounded interesting to me. Author Rachel McMillan ... Fun book, great read

Consulting Writer's Rating:

5 Stars

On 8/30 ReviewsByErin wrote: "Murder at the Flamingo" is a throwback to the flashy 1930s in Boston - lots of glitz and glamour, but there's plenty to ground it as well. Our main characters are both running away from their pasts and forging a new way in a new city. Hamish DeLuca suffers from what we today would call an anxiety disorder, ... "Murder at the Flamingo" by Rachel McMillan

ReviewsByErin's Rating:

3 Stars

On 8/17 Bookworlder wrote: With writing that was at times reminiscent of golden age mysteries, Rachel McMillan amuses, enchants, and leads the reader through a cozy mystery and adventure set in 1937 Boston full of interesting characters and an unlikely detective duo. On finishing this first Van Buren and DeLuca Mystery, I had ... Murder at the Flamingo by Rachel McMillan (review)

Bookworlder's Rating:

4 Stars

On 8/16 Pastor Patrick wrote: Murder at the Flamingo byRachel McMillan A Review A cozy mystery, an historic romance, a literary novel. Murder at the Flamingo is all three. Though no specific date is given, the setting is the late 30’s in historic Boston, MA. The roaring 20’s are past and WW II has not yet started – perhaps ... Murder at the Flamingo - A Review

Pastor Patrick's Rating:

4 Stars

On 8/15 Jennifer McGrail wrote: Murder at the Flamingo is a fun little story set in 1930's Boston.Hamish DeLuca is a young eager lawyer who suffers from crippling anxiety.  When one bad episode leaves him particularly embarrassed, he escapes to Boston to stay with his cousin, Luca Valari.  Luca is in the middle of opening ... Murder At The Flamingo, by Rachel McMillan

Jennifer's Rating:

4 Stars

On 8/7 The Lady Prefers To Save wrote: Please note, this book was a received review copy from Book Look Bloggers. All opinions are my own. Thank you. Murder at the Flamingo: A Novel (A Van Buren and DeLuca Mystery) by [McMillan, Rachel] Hello again, everyone. Tonight finds us in a new book review and this time its Murder at the Flamingo by ... Review: Murder at the Flamingo by Rachael McMillan

The Lady Prefers To Save's Rating:

5 Stars