!!> Reading ➵ Death Vows (Donald Strachey, #9) ➭ Author Richard Stevenson – Realestatelawcenter.us

Death Vows (Donald Strachey, #9) The Ninth Book In The Donald Strachey Mystery Series Gay Marriage In Massachusetts Is A Fine Institution Except When It Leads To Murder, As It Does In This Taut, Suspenseful Don Strachey Private Eye Novel, The Ninth In The Classic Series Strachey And His Loving Foil, Timothy Callahan, Are Back In Perfect Form In This Witty, Ripped From The Headlines Thriller.

!!> Reading ➵ Death Vows (Donald Strachey, #9)  ➭ Author Richard Stevenson – Realestatelawcenter.us
  • Paperback
  • 198 pages
  • Death Vows (Donald Strachey, #9)
  • Richard Stevenson
  • English
  • 15 July 2019
  • 1934531332

    10 thoughts on “!!> Reading ➵ Death Vows (Donald Strachey, #9) ➭ Author Richard Stevenson – Realestatelawcenter.us


  1. says:

    A little background this review and my rating of this book are most probably influenced by one oror all of the following 1 I ve been reading and enjoying Donald Strachey mysteries since I was a teen my Dad bought me On The Other Hand Death at my college bookstore no, he didn t know it was a gay mystery despite the pink triangle on the cover 2 I recently finished Tongue Tied 8 in the series was sadly certain that despite the successful enough series of films on here TV To A little background this review and my rating of this book are most probably influenced by one oror all of the following 1 I ve been reading and en...


  2. says:

    Written by my brother in law How could I not love it Funny, fast paced, local, political.


  3. says:

    Albany private investigator Donald Strachey is called to Great Barrington, Massachusetts, by a snooty couple, ostensibly concerned about their dear friend s impending marriage to a young opportunist in a state where same sex couples can wed As Stevenson quotes Batman at the beginning, however, everyone wears a mask and all is not at all what it seems.Before long, Strachey wonders which side he is on as he s introduced to the best and worst of Great Barrington gay society He s going to need t Albany private investigator Donald Strachey is called to Great Barrington, Massachusetts, by a snooty couple, ostensibly concerned about their dear friend s impending marriage to a young opportunist in a state where same sex couples can wed As Stevenson quotes Batman at the beginning, however, everyone wears...


  4. says:

    This the 9th Don Strachey mystery and this one we find our intrepid PI being hired to find information about a young man who is soon to be married.Don is hired by a couple who want a background search of a young man who is to marry one of their dearest friends.Don is hesitant to take the case,he think the two queens are just nosy and interfering.He goes ahead,and discovers the young man didn t seem to exist when he moved to Massachusetts 6 years ago.Also,he discovers the young man s friend is li This the 9th Don Strachey mystery and this one we find our intrepid PI being hired to find information about a y...


  5. says:

    Solid plotting, brisk pacing, intelligent discourse between well crafted characters and funny as hell Whatcould you ask from a gay mystery


  6. says:

    Book 9 in the Donald Strachey Mysteries is the only book in the series currently available on Audible and is narrated by the author Stevenson reads with clear articulation and almost no attempt to act or differentiate the characters voices, with a couple of exceptions At first I felt that was an unfo...


  7. says:

    This is the latest book in the Don Strachey gay detective series It was by far the best of the series so far It brought in a lot of new elements and the plot was kicked up a notch from the previous books in the series I hope there arenovels to come in this series, and that they re at least as good The author s style of writing is suffused with humor, mostly in the form of the lead character s dry wit, that had me frequently laughing out loud.For example, one of many characters tends to This is the latest book in the Don Strachey gay detective series It was by far the best of the series so far It brought in a lot of new elements and the plot was kicked up a notch from the previous books in the series I hope there arenovels to come in this series, and that they re at least as good The author s style of writing is suffused with humor, mostly in the form of the lead character s dry wit, that had me frequently laughing out loud.For example, one of many characters tends to speak in overly correct, if not absurdly correct, English, taking extra pains to not end a sentence in a preposition.Gaudios I spent ye...


  8. says:

    I loved the mystery and I had to stop reading a couple of times because I was jumping forward to check what was happening There are many secondary characters, all of them well drawn Tim ispresent than usual and I m a fan of his Also the usual humor is there.Homophobia plays a big role, and it was very satisfying to see people similar to the infamous Westboro Baptist Church WBC view spoiler beaten up by the mob hide spoiler Their funeral pickets of AIDS gay bashing victims ar I loved the mystery and I had to stop reading a couple of times because I was jumping forward to check what was happening There are many secondary characters, all of them well drawn Tim ispresent than usual and I m a fan of hi...


  9. says:

    Hoping for arecent Donald Strachey Albany gay PI novel, I settled for this one and an even older one, because they were the ones the library system had In this novel, Massachusetts newly has gay marriage, a mysterious couple is about to be married, and a second nosey couple wants Donald to find out who the hot young groom really is Murder follows I loved the picture of Great Barrington and Western Massachusetts in this But my favorite part is view spoiler that someone just like Fred Hoping for arecent Donald Strachey Albany gay PI novel, I settled for this one and an even older one, because they were the ones the library system had In this novel, Massachusetts newly has gay marriage, a mysterious...


  10. says:

    Death Vows suffers from the same syndrome as Shock to the System, e.g annoying and or unsympathetic clients, imo It s also weird to see this decade s technology integrated in this book when you consider the dated techn...

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