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Book Û Murder Has Its Points 221 pages Ä Johnscyclingdiary ´ [KINDLE] ❅ Murder Has Its Points ❥ Frances Lockridge – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk Novelist Anthony Payne's murder didn't shock the stage and literary luminaries who graced the glamorous gathering But who killed him? Was it the jealoRing But who killed him? Was it the jealous ex wife?the irate author?the out of work actor?the harried playwr Manhattan minks martinis siamese and murder If this is your first time reading a Pam and Jerry North mystery don't be confused Even though Jerry owns his own publishing house Pam is the brains of the bunch Sure things get screwy when they're both involved but the police especially Bill Wiegand know that Pam's indirect method of solving problems is crucial to figuring out the mystery I appreciate how Lockridge presents a fabulous NYC but also people with realistic drives and desires Is there sex? No Is it alluded to? Of course Even though these books were written in the middle of the 20th Century it's never pretended that extramarital affairs don't happen or that older men are not above seducing vulnerable women In this particular novel there's also an instance of blasting racial stereotypes I wouldn't suggest beginning the series with this book but to mix a metaphor definitely do dip your toe into the minds of the North's you won't be disappointed And besides they make everything much palatable with a martini

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Ight? Pam and Jerry North trace too many suave suspects all of whom agree that this time Murder Has Its Point Clearer plot and set of clues than some of the later books The final scenes have only a few characters who could have committed the crimes and the reader must discern who is telling the truth

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Murder Has Its PointsNovelist Anthony Payne's murder didn't shock the stage and literary luminaries who graced the glamorous gathe This is book #25 in a series by the very prolific Frances Lockridge I have by no stretch of the imagination read 24 others but I am probably approaching a dozen and this is among my favoritesUsually I read this series for escape to Manhattan in the late 40's or 50's the featured couple spend a significant amount in New York restaurants and lounges And Mrs North usually ends up associating with characters who have either great wardrobes or stunning apartments that I enjoy reading about It is definitely a seuence of books where the whole series is much greater than the sum of its parts Individual books are fine fun escapist reading but the group evolves in to a kind of well drawn social history of mid Century Manhattan from the perspective of a clever woman with plenty of time on her handsThis book was than that it was a great story on its own filled with complex characters from the literary and theatrical world It is my favorite in the series to date