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Murder at the Flamingo

Murder at the Flamingo A Novel

By Rachel McMillan
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 4.11 Stars

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On 7/16 Nadine Keels wrote: Set on accomplishing something independent of his father’s help, Hamish DeLuca goes to Boston, where his cousin is opening a posh nightclub. Regina “Reggie” Van Buren is also in search of independence, away from the society life she grew up in. But she and Hamish never expected they’d be joining ... Murder at the Flamingo by Rachel McMillan

Nadine's Rating:

3 Stars

On 7/16 Bookwomanjoan wrote: I had some difficulty enjoying this book. It is a murder mystery but the murder did not happen until past the middle of the book. The first real action in the novel did not happen until about a third of the way in. There is lots of prose, mostly thoughts of the characters. Action scenes and dialogue ... Murder at the Flamingo by Rachel McMillan

Bookwomanjoan's Rating:

3 Stars

On 7/14 Raechel K. wrote: I’ve got a lot of cover-love for this one. Not to mention the clever title. :) I liked the story itself alright, but to be honest it wasn’t my most favourite.I had a bit of a hard time getting into it, and sometimes it felt choppy and jumped around a bit to where I wasn’t sure I knew what was going ... “Murder at the Flamingo” by Rachel McMillan ~ Book Review

Raechel K.'s Rating:

3 Stars

On 7/13 Lenoire wrote: First off, this cover...*swoon*. It reminds me of the beautiful art deco art style. Plus, I love the flapper style dress and design. It reminds me of a simpler time. Hamish DeLuca faces crippling anxiety. When he becomes a lawyer, he hopes that his condition would improve. Instead, Hamish runs away ... Murder at the Flamingo By Rachel McMillan

Lenoire's Rating:

4 Stars

On 7/12 cassandra95011 wrote: When a corpse is discovered at the Flamingo, Reggie and Hamish quickly learn there is a vast chasm between the haves and the have-nots in 1937 Boston—and that there’s an underworld that feeds on them both. As Hamish is forced to choose between his conscience and loyalty to his beloved cousin, the ... Murder at the Flamingo By Rachel McMillan Review

cassandra95011's Rating:

5 Stars

On 7/1 Mark Wheeler wrote: Everyone wants to be the hero of their own story. Everyone wants to land in the middle of the adventure. Those sentiments are shared by the two main characters in Rachel McMillan’s latest offering, Murder at the Flamingo: A Van Buren and DeLuca Mystery. Set in 1937 Boston, it tells the story of an ... Be the hero of your story

Mark's Rating:

5 Stars

On 6/27 Amanda Holmes 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

Amanda's Rating:

5 Stars

On 6/27 cluedn wrote: Book Description:  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, Hamish runs away to Boston where his cousin, Luca ... Murder at the Flamingo: A Novel (A Van Buren and DeLuca Mystery) by Rachel McMillan

cluedn's Rating:

4 Stars

On 6/27 Gypsy Road wrote: This book appears to be the first in a new series of mysteries that are set in the 1930s. I love how the author has recreated the era, both in description and tone, incorporating historical settings of glamour, grit, and everything in between. While it is listed as a Christian book, the story is not ... Enjoy with a Cannoli!

Gypsy Road's Rating:

5 Stars