Effective in depicting the dreary lot of women and the Irish in turn-of-the-century Boston, but Addington with his solitary...

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MURDER AT BERTRAM'S BOWER

Effective in depicting the dreary lot of women and the Irish in turn-of-the-century Boston, but Addington with his solitary musing and Caroline with her talent for satin-stitching are not the most engaging of series sleuths (The Death of Colonel Mann, not reviewed).

Pub Date: Feb. 20, 2001

ISBN: 0440613957

Page Count: 336

Publisher: Doubleday

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: Jan. 15, 2001