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Fadeaway Girl

A Novel
Grimes, Martha (Book - 2011 )
Average Rating: 3 stars out of 5.
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The beguiling young sleuth Emma Graham returns. Martha Grimes returns to her twelve-year-old heroine, Emma Graham, in this suspenseful sequel to the bestselling Belle Ruin . Emma continues her investigation into the strange disappearance of the four- month-old Slade baby from the Belle Ruin Hotel more than twenty years before. The sudden appearance in town of the baby's father, Morris Slade, makes her even more determined to learn the truth. Then a mysterious drifter named Ralph Diggs appears at the Hotel Paradise, looking for work, ingratiating himself with everyone there. Everyone, that is, except Emma. The perceptive Emma is bound once again to delight fans of the previous books Hotel Paradise, Cold Flat Junction, and Belle Ruin , and certain to win new readers with her intuition and humor.
Authors: Grimes, Martha
Title: Fadeaway girl
a novel
Publisher: New York : Viking, 2011.
Characteristics: 323 p. ;,25 cm.
Notes: Sequel to: Belle Ruin.
Local Note: 1 6 7 8 9 15 16 17 18 29 33 35 53 56 57 60 64 66 67 68 69 70 71 73 78 97 109 118 122 133 138 148 149 151 152 153 156 159 160 167 172 173 182 188 193 198 203 210 211 216 222 224 226 228 231 242 244 245 250 262 263 264 268 270 272 274 276 278 280
ISBN: 9780670022441
Statement of Responsibility: Martha Grimes
Subject Headings: Hotels, motels, etc. Fiction. Summer resorts Fiction. Cold cases (Criminal investigation) Fiction. Missing children Fiction. Graham, Emma (Fictitious character) Fiction.
Genre/Form: Suspense fiction-2011.
Mystery fiction-2011.
Topical Term: Hotels, motels, etc.
Summer resorts
Cold cases (Criminal investigation)
Missing children
Graham, Emma (Fictitious character)
LCCN: 2010035332
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Mar 14, 2014
  • gaileg rated this: 4 stars out of 5.

I agree with astrella -- there is no real "ending" in this series. Don't get me wrong, I loved it -- as I invariably love all of Martha Grimes' work. But after a few years reading each installment and awaiting the denouement, well, it just sort of... ended. (And I don't foresee there being a fifth book to wrap it all up.) Having said that, I want to add that Grimes is without parallel in her writing, and especially in her portrayals of children. I dearly love her work!

Jan 21, 2012
  • astrella rated this: 3.5 stars out of 5.

While the books in this series are very intriguing and the protagonist is compelling, they are on the "moody" side - which is OK, the writing is great - but with this installment especially, I sort of felt like I should start over and read them all in a row. This one doesn't exactly end, per se; unless I missed it, the mystery isn't exactly solved. But that's not really the point of these books.

Nov 03, 2011
  • rslade rated this: 3.5 stars out of 5.

Intriguing perspective: an adult mystery, but told from the perspective of a child. Good mystery, good writing.

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