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The Martini Club Mystery

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This was short, easy reading. An ideal devour in one go - not too challenging and quite humorous.. The characters were an eclectic mix who solved the problem..
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Unexpected, Unique…
The fourth in the Martini Club series, a short and sharp read, where discussions soon get out of hand and arguments begin in earnest amidst interesting and varied characters with a means to an end. Another unexpected and unique addition to this eclectic series.
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I didn’t totally love this book. It was really interesting to start and has an amazing synopsis but it did slightly fall flat about 1/3 into the book. It was a really quick read though which i enjoyed, i think it would have been a bit better if it was longer and fleshed out more. More character development please!
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A good mystery with some good murders and crimes to solve. Keeps the reader interested and very easy to read.
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The story started on an interesting note but fell flat soon after.

A husband-wife duo are on a quest. It takes them to the Martini Club and when they reveal the real reason of their 'quest', the Martini Club members want to know more - there's a rich guy and a rabbi - both (initially) on the opposite sides but...

This was a pretty short read so it is not easy for me to say what was lacking in the story. But one thing's for sure - the end was totally unexpected and not in a good way.

I really loved the concept of The Martini Club and its members' curiosity to solve the 'mystery.' I wish this was a full-length novel with detailed character intro & background and some more information on the mysterious object.
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oh dude. i really wanted to enjoy this book. but alas, i did not. it was extremely short. and it just didn't do it for me. it's okay, though. maybe ill enjoy the next one more!!!
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Was a nice read but just wasn't for me. Felt like the characters needed a bit more background build up.
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