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Inhaltsangabe zu „Murder on Bank Street“ von Victoria Thompson

Stöbern in Sachbuch

Ohne Wenn und Abfall

Ein Ratgeber für eine bessere Zukunft!

Aria_Buecher

Die Herzlichkeit der Vernunft

Hatte manchmal Probleme alles zu verstehen, da die Sprache sehr gehoben ist. 3,5 Sterne

eulenmatz

Das Universum in deiner Hand

Ich konnte für mich leider nicht viel mitnehmen, wobei die Idee pädagogisch gut ist.

leucoryx

Die Genies der Lüfte

Vollste Entdecker und Leseempfehlung- ein toller informativer Einblick in die Vogelwelt und ihre unglaublichen Fähigkeiten.

Buchraettin

Brot

Dem Brot ein würdiges Denkmal gesetzt

Sporchie

Gegen Trump

Klare und verständliche Beschreibung der aktuellen amerikanischen Verhältnisse. Sehr unaufgeregt und gleichzeitig mit positiver Botschaft!

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    Murder on Bank Street

    Valkyrie Kane

    28. January 2010 um 18:08

    Too less Sarah and waaaay too much Maeve. And “Irational Maeve”, at that. But I loved Frank and “his” Pinkerton detectives (male and female !)– as always – and the solution of Tom Brandt’s murder was... well, not exactly breathtaking regarding the Who, but the whole story behind the case (especially who was actually responsible for Tom’s murder and why) was extremely emotional and crushing. A very good read, but still. Four stars only, because Maeve seriously pissed me off at times (though, she redeemed herself quite a bit during the last quarter) and Sarah and her sudden “houswife attitude” was not only surprising (in a negative way) but also slightly annoying. **SPOILER SPOILER SPOILER SPOILER SPOILER SPOILER SPOILER SPOILER** I actually wished that Sarah went to that house without Allie – since she was so hell-bent on “rescuing” Maeve, even though nothing “bad” had happened up until then – and that Maeve would get into serious trouble, because of Sarah’s mindless (and imo unnecessary) barging in. I really think it would’ve done a world of good, so to say, for the devil in me, if Sarah had fallen right flat on her face – figuratively speaking. Would’ve served her right, and maybe next time she will leave those things to people, who actually know what they’re doing – or does it herself, instead of sending Maeve. I know Sarah crossed Frank practically all the time before, even though he knew what he was doing, and it never bugged me. But that was different. The whole “ooh-Maeve’s-in-danger-and-that-Pinkerton-detective-woman-can’t-possibly-judge-the-situation-right-even-though-she’s-far-more-experienced-with-such-things-than-I’ll-ever-be” angsting Sarah had going on completely dimmed my enthusiasm for everything else. Plus, I hated that Sarah was actually right in the end, since Maeve obviously was in danger. That was way too mary-sue-ish for my liking.

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