The Spring at Moss Hill

The Spring at Moss Hill

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Children's book illustrator Kylie Shaw keeps to herself in Knights Bridge, Massachusetts, happy to work in a restored hat factory far from her past. Private investigator Russ Colton comes to Knights Bridge to protect his friend and client, a peculiar Hollywood costume designer who hopes of starting a local children's theater. When Kylie takes a stand for the hat factory, sparks fly.
Description: 296 pages ; 25 cm
Copyright Date: ©2016
ISBN: 9780778319399
Branch Call Number: Negg
Additional Contributors: Neggers, Carla. Spring at Moss Hill


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Feb 24, 2018

Meh. Too many characters. All interchangeable. The premise of a children's storybook illustrator and a private investigator was fun. But nothing else was. The conversation was dull, except when the men were patronizing about the women, and then it was just annoying. I was disappointed.

Jun 07, 2016

A pleasant addition to the author's Knights Bridge series, this features a private investigator getting involved with a secretive children's author and illustrator.

Apr 09, 2016

Although usually a Neggers fan, this was disappointing. More a cobbled together listing of previous characters thinly disguised as a new novel.

Kylie's big secret - she's using a pseudonym to write children's books - drives her evasive behavior. As a plot device it simply does not make sense to me. What's the big deal?

Better to spend your time reading early Neggers and skip this one.

Feb 01, 2016

She the author brings out the best of her characters. A great book in the series not to be missed.

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