Diana O'Hehir
Murder Never Forgets
September 26, 2019 Comments.. 993
Murder Never Forgets Diana O'Hehir Suspicious events at an assisted living facility and her father s ramblings about a dead woman on a nearby beach lead Carla Day into a shadowy mystery, and into the deep recesses of the brilliant old man s memory.. Murder Never Forgets Suspicious events at an assisted living facility and her father s ramblings about a dead woman on a nearby beach lead Carla Day into a shadowy mystery and into the deep recesses of the brilliant old
  • Title: Murder Never Forgets
  • Author: Diana O'Hehir
  • ISBN: 9780425209035
  • Page: 282
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
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    1. Chris says:

      not sure if I will continue with this one, disappointing so far, but I must press through to at least page 100 I m just curious when the father actually engages in the investigationmI finished it, but I it will be my first and last for this series It just didn t hold my interest and I am not into Egyptology The dad is too far gone with Alzheimer s sad to really be any help and before they could begin searching for the murderer, they had to first decipher whether or not her Dad s insights were re [...]

    2. Tamara says:

      I was purusing the library shelves when Cayden grabbed this book and said I got one for you mama Otherwise I wouldn t have given this a 2nd look Now that I m reading it I can say that it isn t too bad for a brainless quick read Every once in awhile I just go with the flow read whatever is put in front of me.Okay just finished this one What a crummy book Don t bother COuldn t beleive how silly th eplot line was then end was SO SO SO predictable That s what I get for letting a 2 yr old pick a book [...]

    3. Trudy says:

      Though at times confused and meandering, Murder Never Forgets had a few good points O Hehir is a wordsmith and sometimes that comes through However, there is a lot of filler that does not even tie in well with the plot The book goes on for fifteen pages after the story should wrap up, and it appears that the author is trying to set up a next book Most readers will not care.Sheriff Hawthorne, sums things up nicely on page 279 Lotta stupid stuff going on around here.

    4. Terry says:

      First in O Hehir s series about 20 something Carla Day and her retired professor Egyptologist father who also has Alzheimer s I can t decide if I read because of the wonderful interactions between the caregiver daughter and her dad, or for the mystery This one is set at the assisted living home, somewhere near Santa Cruz or points north very enjoyable for the characters Aaron Elkins blurbs for her if you need a point of comparison.

    5. Leslie says:

      Don t even bother I read about 60 pages at the beginning, couldn t even manage to read as many pages as my age, Judy, then read the last 20 pages or so No improvement None 0 stars The plot involves an Egyptologist who has Alzheimer s and is in a retirement home where bad things are happening His daughter can t decipher whether what he says happens really did or is part of his illness.

    6. International Cat Lady says:

      This is definitely a sweeter kind of story than I typically read, but it was funny and had a good twist and I enjoyed reading it Sadly, I was hoping for there to be of an Ancient Egypt influence, but alas.

    7. Julie says:

      Just enough of a different twist that I ll try the next in the series Maybe the subject is close to my heart since the story was centered around a retirement village I would have liked it better without all the Egyptology references, however.

    8. Sharron says:

      Clever, cute, and appealing main character, Carla Day, reminds me of a young Kinsey Millhone The writing was clear, direct, and moved the pleasantly complex plot along smoothly I m eager to read in this series which began in 2005 and hope O Hehir will continue writing about Carla Day.

    9. Debra says:

      Dealing with a father living in a nursing home because of alzheimer s disease doesn t sound like an invitation to murder but it is here A fascinating investigation where even the murder is up for question because the witness s mind is not reliable.

    10. Bonnie Archuleta says:

      It was slow I laid it down and finished two other books since I started it I finally gave up on it around page 185 I just could not make myself read any

    11. Shirley says:

      This author new to me and when I saw that most of the action took place in a nursing home, I wasn t sure this was for me, but, actually, it was superb, and unusually, I didn t figure out the killer.

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