[Moonspender read] epub By Jonathan Gash

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Start digging up the ancient buried treasures of his native East Anglia it's time for Lovejoy to take a stan I felt this was one of te better of this series plot lines were interesting and less predictable than some and he didn t agonize over aspects of the story that can feel like filler in other books in this series

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Moonspender

Lovejoy doesn't mind making an occasional fake but the wholesale theft of national treasures is not something I ve picked up a bunch of the Lovejoy mysteries from old book stores just to fill in when I feel like reading them They are fun and uite different Some are better than others and it takes a little getting used to the jargon

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He can go along with So when a band of moonspenders antiues poachers with hi tech electronic metal detectors Far too many plotlines and a huge amount of side characters There are about 40 50 and I genuinely lost track of who was who There s a Lize a Liz and I think a Lisa too and though I ve just finished the book I m not even sure if they were different people or not


10 thoughts on “Moonspender

  1. says:

    Fun though a bit frantic There were enough plot lines in this entry of the Lovejoy series for about three books a

  2. says:

    Yes of course he hits a woman and bonks plenty of them too Perhaps the sexiest of the series between him frying anything he can get his hands on being beaten up and his usual divvying capers

  3. says:

    I've picked up a bunch of the Lovejoy mysteries from old book stores just to fill in when I feel like reading them They are fun and uite different Some are better than others and it takes a little getting used to the jarg

  4. says:

    I have to admit that I only read the first half of this book I struggled to get that far This is one of the worst mysteries that I've ever read I didn't know what the mystery was until I got to page 60 In those first 60 pages Lovejoy either spent his time in bed with some married woman or was running for his life because he was afraid of some gangsters and crime bosses I didn't enjoy this

  5. says:

    Far too many plotlines and a huge amount of side characters There are about 40 50 and I genuinely lost track of who was who There's a Lize a Liz and I think a Lisa too and though I've just finished the book I'm n

  6. says:

    More confusing than any episode of the TV series somehow all the plots come together towards the end of the book Just as everything begins to go in a new direction My first Lovejoy book and it's decidedly different from the TV Series of the same name

  7. says:

    I felt this was one of te better of this series plot lines were interesting and less predictable than some and he didn't agonize over

  8. says:

    One of the better Gash novels Typical last few pages finish

  9. says:

    Enjoyable read and slightly complex than previous Lovejoy titles Lots of layers and subplots swirling around but most if not all of your uestions will be answered

  10. says:

    Oh my such language such plot Like a Cockney PG Wodehouse