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10 thoughts on “Engulfed

  1. says:

    OK let's get the negative stuff out of the wayThe author would have been well served by hiring a professional editor to comb through this novel before she published it Almost from the first page the reader is hit with a torrent of typos grammatical and punctuation errors inexplicable use of italics and other mi

  2. says:

    I really liked this book I would have rated it a 5 but it had some typos that were incredible easy fixes and really drew me out of the story

  3. says:

    Just another author who has no clue about the correct use of pronouns Book needed some serious proofreading

  4. says:

    This book is funnyThis author and title were mentioned in another book MAD LIBRARIAN; ENGULFED was touted as funny and that is no joke No pun intended I had never read Kathleen Cosgrove before sure happy I took the chanceG

  5. says:

    Not bad but would benefit from polishing

  6. says:

    Move over Janet Evanovitch Kathleen Cosgrove's debut novel Engulfed will have you laughing and rooting for poor beleaguered Maggie Finn as she finds herself neck deep in murder and some really strange characters All she came to Florida for was

  7. says:

    This is a great and funny read The main character Maggie is so adorable and oh at the stuff she gets herself in to She has some great friends who help along the way I love Zig and his mom Dorothy old school enchantress The underlying attraction between Maggie and Detective Nathan Gonzales is refreshing Kathleen Cosgrove has done an exceptio

  8. says:

    Attended a local library event where this author was participating so I had to pick it up and just see what it was all about While there is no doubt editing and formatting would go a long way to helping this book the errors are a distraction I laughed and snorted at enough of the story to read another by this author If this is a first book then yeah there is promise for improvement in the next book

  9. says:

    This was another bumbling female detective Sort of like a later in life Janet Evanovich book; when Stephanie gets to mid 5

  10. says:

    Just awful Good ear for dialogue but this plot was hilariously unlikely to day the least and I don't mean funny I did read the whole thing thinking I must be missing something since had the nerve to charge for it I was wro

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Tective that she has developed a school girls crush onIt's not long before she's engulfed in events that will either destroy her or prove to her that it's never too late to be Move over Janet Evanovitch Kathleen Cosgrove s debut novel Engulfed will have you laughing and rooting for poor beleaguered Maggie Finn as she finds herself neck deep in murder and some really strange characters All she came to Florida for was to move her parents into a retirement village Instead she finds herself a murder target Her characters are well developed and each is uniue If you enjoy realistic situational humor and a good plot this is the book to get

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Maggie Finn travels to South West Florida expecting to find heat sand and gangs of old people What she finds are dead bodies a kidnapping the mob and a certain Jewish Cuban de I really liked this book I would have rated it a 5 but it had some typos that were incredible easy fixes and really drew me out of the story

Read & download ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ù Kathleen Cosgrove

Gin again and that life isn't over until it isThis book is filled with fun and unforgettable characters and situations that never leave a dull moment from page one to epilogue Attended a local library event where this author was participating so I had to pick it up and just see what it was all about While there is no doubt editing and formatting would go a long way to helping this book the errors are a distraction I laughed and snorted at enough of the story to read another by this author If this is a first book then yeah there is promise for improvement in the next book