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They Did It with Love Secrets Lurk Under The Smooth Surface Of A Wealthy Connecticut Neighborhood, Until A Murder Reveals All Sofie And Her Husband Have Left Manhattan In Search Of Atranquil Life In The Suburbs But When A Member Of Sofie S New Neighborhood Book Club Turns Up Dead, Things Get Messy She Discovers That Everybody Has Something To Hide, Including Her Own Husband Her Neighbo

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  • Paperback
  • 317 pages
  • They Did It with Love
  • Kate Morgenroth
  • English
  • 20 August 2019
  • 0452288975

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  1. says:

    A delightful suburbian mystery that will appeal to fans of Agatha Christie Kate Morgenroth describes the apparently uneventful lives of a rich neighbourhood in Connecticut and reveals that nothing is what it seems andNobody knows anybody not that well.At the beginning of the book, the author introduces the couples who live in the area but the number of characters turned out to be a bit complicated for me, so I wrote a list with some of the features mentioned in the first chapters to know w A delightful suburbian mystery that will appeal to fans of Agatha Christie Kate Morgenroth describes the apparently uneventful lives of a rich neighbourhood in Connecticut and reveals that nothing is what it seems andNobody knows anybody not that well.At the beginning of the book, the author introduces the couples who live in the area but the number of characters turned out to be a bit complicated for me, so I wrote a list with some of the features mentioned in the first chapters to know who each person was There are no spoilers on this list.Sofie saw both of her parents dead corpses Married to Dean.Dean really handsome and he knows it.Married to Sofie.Priscilla founder of a mystery book club Married to Gordon.Gordon quite boring according to his wife Priscilla.Susan tries to please everyone, especially her husband Harry.Harry he s always home late, he s the CEO of a big company.Married to Susan.Ashley what many people would call a trophy wife Married to Steward.Steward divorced and married again to pretty Ashley.Julia hates the country, the neighbourhood, the neighbours. Married to Alex.Alex no information about him is given in the first chapters.Married to Julia.There are other characters who don t play an important role Candy and Margaret members of the book club Pam who was Steward s first wife and Ruth who is a lawyer.The plot is really entertaining with some twists that will surprise most readers


  2. says:

    This is the ultimate read for those who love a peek behind the curtains Sofie and Dean have moved from Manhattan to suburban Connecticut, an exclusive address, and one much to former bookseller Sophie s delight, where there is a book club to join Maybe if she knew what was going to happen next, she d have reined in that enthusiasm a bit Well to be fair she doesn t seem too sure once she meets the other book club members, especially as the leader, Priscilla forgot to inform her that she needs a This is the ultimate read for those who love a peek behind the curtains Sofie and Dean have moved from Manhattan to suburban Connecticut, an exclusive address, and one much to former bookseller Sophie s delight, where there is a book club to join Maybe if she knew what was going to happen next, she d have reined in that enthusiasm a bit Well to be fair she doesn t seem too sure once she meets the other book club members, especially as the leader, Priscilla forgot to inform her that she needs a pair of shoes to be worn exclusively indoors, for book club meetings, on account of her white carpets and furniture complete of course, with a maid to serve cups of tea, which of course must on no account be spilled.Priscilla is married to Gordon, a much mousier man than his bossy and controlling wife and within a moment of meeting her the state of her marriage is apparent Priscilla saw no hope What she saw was her husband, Gordon sleeping beside her Just looking at him she felt a surge of irritation She d reached the point where everything about him irritated her.Susan is Priscilla s best friend who has suspicions about what her own husband, Harry is up to but Priscilla is better at complaining about the neighbours than she is to being sympathetic Nothing, Priscilla repeated firmly If you kick up a fuss you ll just drive him away Besides, this kind of thing happens all the time I know but not to me and Harry, Susan said plaintively Apparently it does Meanwhile Ashley second wife of Stewart has only been admitted to the Mystery Book Club because of her husband s connections, they had preferred Pam the first wife One of the newest members of the book club, before Sofie s arrival is Julia, whose husband Alex has got some ladies in the neighbourhood hot under the collar.And then there is a murder This was a far better read than I anticipated with the book club meetings and various social drinks and dinners underpinning the book which I read with half shocked amusement both sexes puffed and preened and jostled for position The book chapters are entitled by the month, and almost always start with anxiety not to meet Priscilla s wrath for not reading her choice of book Sofie is exempt, being a true book lover and already having acquitted herself quite nicely with her quiet confidence around the subject of mystery novels, has been accepted, whether she likes it or not Further prompts are given throughout the chapters about the characters appearing, which is helpful with so many Stepford wife types.The murder of course means that the focus switches to the detectives and as each household is questionedsecrets are uncovered I remember the interview, but for the life of me, I can t remember which one she was All the women out here look the same to me every one is blonder and thinner than the next It s creepy The husband of the murder victim wants Sofie s help as she has already provided some clues, he badly wants the detectives to stop focussing on him, and Sofie feels this is something worthy of her attention After all she is intrigued and sees an opportunity to emulate her heroine Miss Marple, decides to find the truth So alongside the official investigation we have the amateur detective chatting to the other neighbours to try to uncover the events that led up to the killing.With red herrings and misdirection aplenty this moves from being a fairly amusing book about spoilt housewives with far too much time on their hands, to a tightly plotted tale which never loses its sense of humour as so many secrets escape and when the truth is out, it would seem like life in their exclusive street will never be the same again.This is a hard book to categorise, it is I suppose a fairly gentle mystery, possibly edging towards a cosy, but whatever it is, it kept me thoroughly entertained The inclusion of The Murder at the Vicarage by Agatha Christie means that imagining how Miss Marple would perhaps behave if she was transported to twenty first century wealthy Connecticut, is perhaps inevitable


  3. says:

    Giving this 3.5 stars I thoroughly enjoyed this entertaining book We follow the lives of a group of very well to do, but seemingly bored and dissatisfied women Their friendship revolves around their monthly Mystery Book Club meetings no gossiping, but strictly discussing the book of choice All seems well and good until a murder occurs in the neighbour hood Suddenly, everyone wants their part in solving the mystery As readers, we are then ensconced in a quirky, entertaining, bizarre and co Giving this 3.5 stars I thoroughly enjoyed this entertaining book We follow the lives of a group of very well to do, but seemingly bored and dissatisfied women Their friendship revolves around their monthly Mystery Book Club meetings no gossiping, but strictly discussing the book of choice All seems well and good until a murder occurs in the neighbour hood Suddenly, everyone wants their part in solving the mystery As readers, we are then ensconced in a quirky, entertaining, bizarre and comical story, as the plot unfolds, great twists and all Highly recommend for a quick, good read


  4. says:

    Another solid thriller by Kate Morgenroth This one is very reminiscent of a Liane Moriarty novel I m still baffled as to why Morgenroth s novels haven t becomewell known She is a solid writer and weaves very dark and twisted tales, this one focusing on the dark secrets that lie underneath suburban America None of the characters are truly likable and the ones you think are likable end up hiding evensecrets than the non likable characters Everyone in this book has a secret and eve Another solid thriller by Kate Morgenroth This one is very reminiscent of a Liane Moriarty novel I m still baffled as to why Morgenroth s novels haven t becomewell known She is a solid writer and weaves very dark and twisted tales, this one focusing on the dark secrets that lie underneath suburban America None of the characters are truly likable and the ones you think are likable end up hiding evensecrets than the non likable characters Everyone in this book has a secret and everyone, with the exception of Susan, are likely suspects That s one of the things I enjoyed most about this book, the killer could have been anyone If I had to pick out something that bothered me, I would probably say that there were too many characters to keep track of The person who was actually the killer was a bit farfetched, but entertaining nonetheless


  5. says:

    4 5 en realidad, pero le quiero dar el 5.Tengo que empezar diciendo que no soy mucho de libros de misterio, as que ven a con las expectativas a 0 y con bastante miedo Pero la verdad es que me he llevado una gran y grata sorpresa No esperaba para nada que me fuera a enganchar y gustar tanto Desde empezar hasta terminar no he dejado de tener esa necesidad de seguir leyendo hasta terminarlo porque pasa algo nuevo en cada cap tulo Y no nos encontramos s lo con el misterio de qui n ser el asesi 4 5 en realidad, pero le quiero dar el 5.Tengo que empezar diciendo que no soy mucho de libros de misterio, as que ven a con las expectativas a 0 y con bastante miedo Pero la verdad es que me he llevado una gran y grata sorpresa No esperaba para nada que me fuera a enganchar y gustar tanto Desde empezar hasta terminar no he dejado de tener esa necesidad de seguir leyendo hasta terminarlo porque pasa algo nuevo en cada cap tulo Y no nos encontramos s lo con el misterio de qui n ser el asesino, no M s bien vamos descubriendo nuevos misterios a medida que avanza el libro Y como yo ten a que hacer una lectura anal tica, pues ha sido muy divertido ir apuntando cada pista que se descubr a e ir lanzando mis teor as para resolver cada uno de esos peque os misterios y el gran misterio final de averiguar qui n es el asesino.Pasando al tema del 4 5 que quiero dejar en 5 El 5 es en general, porque me ha gustado todo sobre este libro, los personajes, las relaciones, los l os, los cotilleos Pero la ltima p gina y media no me han convencido para nada, al menos no del todo No sabr a decir qu es lo que me chirr a en concreto, pero algo hay, s.Pero, de verdad, recomiendo totalmente este libro Es muy f cil y r pido de leer, el ingl s no da ning n problema, y si lo le is intentando resolver por vuestra cuenta todos los misterios, es incluso divertido


  6. says:

    I was attracted to this book by its cover a red stiletto heeled shoe lying forlorn in a leafy lane, but the proverb about not judging a book by its cover was right The story starts out promising Sofie, now a well to do woman after the death of her bullying father, is convinced by her charming husband to leave Manhattan for upscale Greenwich, Connecticut Through a mystery book club, she meets a handful of other wives of Master of the Universe types Then one of the women, the beautiful but n I was attracted to this book by its cover a red stiletto heeled shoe lying forlorn in a leafy lane, but the proverb about not judging a book by its cover was right The story starts out promising Sofie, now a well to do woman after the death of her bullying father, is convinced by her charming husband to leave Manhattan for upscale Greenwich, Connecticut Through a mystery book club, she meets a handful of other wives of Master of the Universe types Then one of the women, the beautiful but nasty Julia, is found dead, in a clumsy imitation of suicide The mystery loving women decide to investigate themselves, and it is Sofie, the quiet river that runs deep, who decides to cozy up to the widower, Alex It is at this point that the reader realizes that there are no double layers in this book The husbands who appear to be having affairs, are having affairs The people who appear to be nasty, are nasty The mystery in Alex background that is broadly hinted at, is exactly what one would expect In the end, the psychology is unbelievable, especially when the two murderers who got off scot free declare their love for each other and speed off into the sunset At that point you can only roll your eyes and say really


  7. says:

    I really liked this book I m not a big fan of reading the synopsis before I start a book, so I generally go into a novel with a clean slate Unfortunately, I made the mistake of reading the back of the book shortly after I started reading I wish I hadn t It spoiled a bit of the fun for me so, if you want to read this book, trust me when I say to just read it and ignore what people are saying I think the story will be better if you don t know quite what you re in for.I loved the quote boo I really liked this book I m not a big fan of reading the synopsis before I start a book, so I generally go into a novel with a clean slate Unfortunately, I made the mistake of reading the back of the book shortly after I started reading I wish I hadn t It spoiled a bit of the fun for me so, if you want to read this book, trust me when I say to just read it and ignore what people are saying I think the story will be better if you don t know quite what you re in for.I loved the quote book clubs are the new social fabric of the suburbs You just aren t happenin unless you belong to a book club I am part of a book club It s my favorite night of the month and I rarely miss a meeting I m thankful that my book group is a bitrelaxed than Priscilla s group in the story at least we get to alternate on who chooses the next book Variety is the spice of life, afterall.They Did it with Love is Desperate Housewives meets Murder She Wrote, and I loved it


  8. says:

    I really loved this mystery It was so different from the typical mysteries I ve read from Harlan Coben, James Patterson, and Dean Koontz This book is rather soap opera ish with high class privileged women in a book group when they discover one of their book group members has been killed They then set out to solve the mystery themselves It was full of twists and turns that kept me guessing and unable to put the book down.I loved almost everything about this book except for the fact that the I really loved this mystery It was so different from the typical mysteries I ve read from Harlan Coben, James Patterson, and Dean Koontz This book is rather soap opera ish with high class privileged women in a book group when they discover one of their book group members has been killed They then set out to solve the mystery themselves It was full of twists and turns that kept me guessing and unable to put the book down.I loved almost everything about this book except for the fact that the f word was used two or three times Also, if you are sensitive to reading about couples having affairs, this book might bother you since it does have cheating husbands and wives But there were no inappropriate scenes that made me uncomfortable I really loved this book and now that I know the ending I almost want to read it again with a different perspective


  9. says:

    Well I was introduced to this book being told it was Agatha Christie meets Desperate Housewives I have to say it was WAYof the latter than the former Also, I am a fan of Agatha Christie and when in the book, The Murder of Roger Ackroyd was mentioned, it was like telling me exactly how this book was going to end And I was right.It also gets a two for poor writing I have never seen a book start SO many sentances with the words And or But Wow Also, while the ending was most likely suppo Well I was introduced to this book being told it was Agatha Christie meets Desperate Housewives I have to say it was WAYof the latter than the former Also, I am a fan of Agatha Christie and when in the book, The Murder of Roger Ackroyd was mentioned, it was like telling me exactly how this book was going to end And I was right.It also gets a two for poor writing I have never seen a book start SO many sentances with the words And or But Wow Also, while the ending was most likely supposed to be a terrific shock, because of the before mentioned Christie referance, it wasof a roll my eyes, really , moment for me Too bad I still love Agatha Christie I did not love this book


  10. says:

    Suburban neighborhood in Greenwich, Conn.the women in this neighbornood have a mystery book club somewhat controlled by Priscilla Two of the women go for a walk a discover the body of one of the book club members hanging from a tree They go on to try to prove this was murder and not suicide but uncover all kinds of secrets among the book club members and their husbands All kind of affairs and liasons I d say the book was a waste of my time to read.

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