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solve plot problems the crimes the book and their solutions are easy to believe To put icingplot problems the crimes the book and their solutions are easy to believe To put icing the cake the dust jacket illustration which depicts a beautiful blonde smoking a cigarette and staring at a voluptuous woman in a red dress is smoking hot Music in fact permeates this book like the cigarette smoke on the cover as Frankie is an avid fan Of All Motown Music all Motown music often remembers lines from songs to illustrate her various predicaments It s odd but in trying to formulate this review and even as I was writing it I had trouble finding proper words even proper topics within the book that might convince a reader to buy it I m not sure why I failed Maybe it is because the book is literary than most moving the story with characters rather than plot twists that are either silly or totally outr But the review is what it is I liked the book very much and have ordered the second in the series Maybe when I read it I will have to say about this oneFinal Rating 48Note This review is included in my book The Art of the Lesbian Mystery Novel along with information on over 930 other lesbian mysteries by over 310 authors Great read funKept me p night Now I have found Frankie I won t let go Thank you Elizabeth Woodcraft please x 25 stars I wasn t really taken with the main character so will probably not read any in this series I need to learn British legal terms What s the difference between a barrister and a soliciter I read the seuel to this first without realising it was a seuel ite interesting reading them this way round and entirely feasible since there were no Ts the kind of trouble that finds her accused of murder Or the kind of trouble that wears a sexy red sheath and croons the torch songs Frankie can't resist What to do first Figure out who may have framed her for a murder she didn't commit or lose herself in the smoky voice and silky arms of the lounge singer as mysterious as Frankie's predicament Solving the. An eminently readable thriller with a lesbian lawyer hero Somewhat convoluted Not always believable But not bad It s been a while since I ve read it so re Not always believable But bad It s been a while since I ve read it so I re it to prepare for the second in the series It seemed hard to get through the second time around but I think that is be Because the protagonist of this book Frankie Richmond is a London barrister I had expected this to be a courtroom drama Not so Margo Instead it is a very literate novel that
delves deeply into the dual system of lawyering in the UK without gettingdeeply into the dual system of lawyering in the UK without getting technical The mysteries take place outside the courtroomFrankie Richmond is a struggling barrister in her mid thirties Her chosen field is family law which is much less lucrative than criminal law but it enables her to help women in need without having to be assigned to represent rapists or child abusers In the beginning of the book she is assigned to a case involving Saskia Baron a young woman she has represented in the past for participating in protest marches It is a simple plea job and Frankie successfully gets the woman out of jail But when violent things began happening around the girl and around Frankie and some of her colleagues Frankie knows that there is to Saskia s arrest than she has been toldAs the story nfolds Frankie meets a vixen of a singer Margo Lattimer who she pursues avidly Yet it seems like Margo has something to do with Saskia too And when Frankie gets arrested for murdering Margo s ex husband she has to call on her former lover for legal help The interaction of all these women is fascinating and their eventual relationships are well worth the time spent The book at over 300 pages is a bit longer than most lesbian mysteries but Frankie Richmond knows trouble A London barrister whose career is teetering on the brink of ruin and whose search for the right woman is about as successful as the est for a perfect pair of jeans Trouble could be Frankie's middle name But when she agrees to a routine appearance at a magistrate's court as a favor for a friend and former lover she never expec.
Poilers in the second book Like that second book this one features a highly improbable and somewhat convoluted murder mystery in which right on lesbian lawyer Frankie gets herself entangled and then arrested In between times she drinks copious antities of Chardonnay and though she s supposed to be practising at the Bar it doesn t seem as though she needs any practice ha ha ha I could take or leave the actual plot
hinged rather precariously on s right on conscience clearly right on than mine as I couldn t Les Altaens : Peuple turc des montagnes de Sibrie understand why she just didn t leave well alone What I liked about the book was the sardonic humour and the insider s view of the life of a barrister even though she doesn t do a great deal of proper work in this one Moreover the world she inhabits where all women are gay and all men are pigs perhaps a tad exaggerated but that s how it comes across at times is just skewed enough in comparison with the world I inhabit that italified as superb escapism Not expecting jaw dropping storylines but I hope there are in this series Enjoyed this book It had a good twist i didnt see coming but took a little while to get into murder with a dash of motown frankie is a lesbian london barrister who always speaks her mid but is short of lucrative work and money he she does have a close cliche of friends one if whom she chooses to defend and finds herself arrested for murder the police r out to get her but she is determined to clear her name and in the process thinks she has found the woman Of Her Dreamsin Her her dreamsin her she finds a corrupt police force and also friends who r not what they seem sharp and streetwise told in short chapters but tends to be rather repetitive love loss Case herself is a challenge Frankie is willing to tackle head on especially since the police are only too happy to pin the crime on a working class lesbian barrister But each time Frankie gets close to clearing her name she gets even closer to some The Possible Police unpleasant truths about the people she thought she knew and the one woman she wanted to get to know much bette.Which Hinged Rather Precariously On