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  • Kissed a sad goodbye by Deborah Crombie

    Date of issue: March 16th 2011

    Edition: Bantam

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    Book Title: Kissed a sad goodbye

    The author of the book: Deborah Crombie

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Kissed a Sad Goodbye by Deborah Crombie is a 2001 Bantam publication. In this sixth installment of the Kincaid & James series, Duncan and Gemma look into the murder of a beautiful young woman and the connection between two families that dates back decades and harbors many painful secrets- but are they worth killing for? When I added this book to my ‘currently reading’ status, I noticed how many four and five star ratings it had. In fact, it was a rare, near unanimous verdict. This had me so excited, I pushed away some newer releases so that I could read this one right away.But, for some reason this segment in the series, didn’t grab me the way I thought it would. First of all, the plot is very complex. That is usually not a problem, but for some reason, I had a hard time staying focused and had to re-read passages and go back and double check things because I felt lost. I don’t know if, at the end of the day, I really understood it. I got who the killer was, but the motive? It seemed murky, but to explain why I disagreed with the plausibility of it, I'd have to reveal too much information. So, let's just say I found it unsatisfactory, but I never in a million years would have guessed who the killer was, so there's that. I was also let down by Gemma’s dalliances and her wishy washy “I don’t really know what I want” crap. What brought all that on? I did think Kincaid’s storyline with Kit was well done, and had a very touching and emotional ring to it, as well as stressing the pressures of being a single parent. I think, if I ever have a little extra time, I may revisit this chapter of the series. Maybe a re-read of it will help me put all the pieces together a bit more firmly. But, for now, I am going to move on to the next book in the series and see where that takes me. 3 stars

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