↠ Death by Nostalgia ✓ Andrew Stanek


  • Title: Death by Nostalgia
  • Author: Andrew Stanek
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 295
  • Format: Kindle Edition

  • When a young woman is shot dead in the ruins of the demolished building she used to call home, it s up to kleptomaniac detective Felix Green and his straight laced associate, Sam Alders, to solve the case before the department runs out of patience with both of them The investigation will take them into a world of memories, full of old grudges, lost loves, and missing goldWhen a young woman is shot dead in the ruins of the demolished building she used to call home, it s up to kleptomaniac detective Felix Green and his straight laced associate, Sam Alders, to solve the case before the department runs out of patience with both of them The investigation will take them into a world of memories, full of old grudges, lost loves, and missing gold as they unravel the most unusual case of Death by Nostalgia.
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    Commentaires:

    Doseofbella
    Death By NostalgiaBy Andrew StarkCopy Courtesy of LibrarythingReviewed by tkIt is a sad day when a memory from your childhood is destroyed either by accident or design A place family, friends, a neighborhood, and now years later the building you grew up in is being demolished The onlookers are here to say goodbye to their old stomping grounds An unexpected death of one maybe they weren t ALL friends Complete entertainment in a little package Felix Green is a private investigator, and an absolute [...]

    Charlotte Hudson
    Totally enjoyed this bookI loved all the characters and twists and turns I never would have guessed who did it I also appreciate the lack of cursing, violence and sex which proves that a good writer does not need that to have a good book This book was just the right length to be able to finish at one sitting Great job Will be watching for your next book

    Mary A. Smith
    Surprise Ending Andrew Stanek has a new fan I found Death by Nostalgia to be a thoroughly entertaining read The title grabbed my attention and it was a great page turner to the very end.

    Ruth Heeder
    Mystery until the end.I mostly read this book while on a flight It kept my attention throughout the read I never did figure out the murderer I also appreciated that there weren t too many characters and it was easy to keep them separate All in all, I would look forward to another Felix Green mystery.

    Minette Pinto
    Good writing, too many clich s, wooden characters.

    Tom
    Well if this had been written by a high school student for a Creative Writing assignment, I would ve said that it is pretty good But even so, I d have offered a number of constructive criticisms.For one, loosen up on the dialog If you get too concerned with keeping things grammatically correct, the exchanges become stiff and unnatural Keep it conversational After all, that s supposed to be what your characters are doing conversing Secondly, avoid the trap of trying to populate an ensemble cast o [...]

    Bill Williams
    Felix Green is a private detective who has a streak of kleptomania In this short novel, he looks into the case of a women who dies as an ancient building is imploded to make way for some future development The mystery sort of works, but the characters are cliched and their interaction is a bit ridiculous The dialogue is forced and the drawing room scene where Felix names the murderer doesn t quite work.Felix Green is a Mary Sue character, but there is something in here, in the work, that might c [...]

    Suzy
    I received this ebook through LibraryThing s Member Giveaway in exchange for an honest review.I really enjoyed this mystery The quirky and non traditional kleptomaniac detective Felix Green paired with the by the book cop Sam Alders makes for a fun read as they work to solve the mystery of a dead young woman found shot in an old WWI bunker long forgotten by all except the children now adults who used it as a play base when they were growing up in the Projects old apartment building, now being de [...]

    Cathy Geha
    After the demolition of a building a fresh cadaver is found and assumed to have been murdered by someone during the time the building was destroyed I homicide detective and quirky private detective set out to determine how and why the death occurred What they uncover is not what you might expect The writing was okay and it rates a three for being a good but not exceptional who done it type of story.Received through a Library Thing giveaway.

    Suzie
    I was fortunate enough to receive a review copy of Falling Problem earlier in the year and as I enjoyed it so much I decided to sample another Felix Green mystery Death by Nostalgia, while short, was another entertaining whodunit.The story was well paced, and I loved the interactions between Sam and Felix I look forward to reading by this author.

    Jai
    A succinct mystery with an entertaining PI who I look forward to reading about again A handful of suspects, connected by their home of 20 years ago, keep you, and the overworked police detective, guessing The plot fits the shortish book length perfectly A good read.

    teresa
    Twists and turnsEasy to read and delightful characters I didn t want anyone to be guilty Humorous at times but real enough to believe it happened in some city.

    Ian
    For a first novel its very good, the characters are quite likeable and the story is good The cop was a bit dim, but it didn t matter too much An enjoyable quick read

    Diane Wachter
    Andrew Stanek, A Felix Green Mystery, NB M, 4 23 15, 5 31 15, 97 pgs When a young woman is shot dead in the ruins of her old tenement building, Felix and Sam must solve the case Okay.

    Denielle
    short book but alot of fun

    Gregg
    This was a fun, short read and I look forward to the next one.

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