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The Gourdmother By Maggie Bruce,

  • Title: The Gourdmother
  • Author: Maggie Bruce
  • ISBN: 9780425206614
  • Page: 153
  • Format: Paperback
  • Brooklyn girl Lili Marino has found herself starting over in the tiny village of Walden Corners, New York, where she has the time and space to cultivate her first love crafting gourds She s also becoming surprisingly expert at cutting to the rotten heart of a mystery Lily is just starting to feel welcomed in Walden Corners when she finds the local high school footballBrooklyn girl Lili Marino has found herself starting over in the tiny village of Walden Corners, New York, where she has the time and space to cultivate her first love crafting gourds She s also becoming surprisingly expert at cutting to the rotten heart of a mystery Lily is just starting to feel welcomed in Walden Corners when she finds the local high school football coach dead on the first day of hunting season She had naively thought the most dangerous thing she would have to deal with was a moldy gourd not a murderer.
    The Gourdmother Brooklyn girl Lili Marino has found herself starting over in the tiny village of Walden Corners New York where she has the time and space to cultivate her first love crafting gourds She s also becom

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    1. Great first chapter the wailing of a person in anguishbut this remains unexplained It doesn t come up again until the end of the book I appreciated the involvement given the reader with the main character and her settling into a small, country atmosphere, her need for friends, and the beginning of finding a circle of friends Murder is a cruel thing, and death is harsh for those left behind Maggie Bruce deals with the entire picture rather than simply the thrill of the chase As a gourder, I relat [...]

    2. I thought this would be a cozy when I picked it up, but the violence and the subject matter make it a regular mystery in my book I found it rather depressing It wasn t bad, but I thought there was far too much emphasis on the main character s life and adjustment to small town living than on the mystery itself.

    3. Lili Marino, a gourd artist from the big city, moves to upstate New York and gets involved in solving the murder of the high school football coach Bigotry, football rivalries, and old feuds surface The author slips in information about the history of gourd craft, and instructions on various techniques used to work the gourds.

    4. Another beach house find An interesting sounding setting and characters who knew there was a whole thing about carving gourds into art object thingies but unfortunately it s all just really, really boring.

    5. Oh My GOURD Who d have guessed this is SUCH an interesting form of art The author tells a suspenseful, great story, interspersed with fascinating facts about gourds.Because of this new found interest, I ve placed a board on Pinterest

    6. Fun murder mystery, if you can describe murder as fun As a gourd carver I was particularly attracted to the book because the author and main character are both gourd carvers, too.

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