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Trailer Ê Almost True Confessions: Closet Sleuth Spills All PDF by ï Jane O'Connor An amateur sleuth with a knack for spotting grammatical errors It might sound strange, but I thoroughly enjoyed reading about copy editor Miranda Rannie Bookman and her adventures in Almost True Confessions by Jane O Connor.
This is the second in a series, but I don t think you need to read the first book to understand this one Why did I enjoy the book As a former newspaper copy editor and as someone trying to get into book publishing, I totally get her humor If I see a mistake in a newspaper article or book, I just want to fix it I m sure I ve made plenty of grammar mistakes on this blog, but I do my best to limit them In the book, Rannie cringes at the sight or sound of improper grammar All I could do was laugh Like all copy editors, s Light, entertaining, funny a great summer read.
Very disappointing follow up to Dangerous Admissions, which showed a lot of potential.
This was a good beach book.
An amateur sleuth with a knack for spotting grammatical errors It might sound strange, but I thoroughly enjoyed reading about copy editor Miranda Rannie Bookman and her adventures in Almost True Confessions by Jane O Connor.
This is the second in a series, but I don t think you need to read the first book to understand this one Why did I enjoy the book As a former newspaper copy editor and as someone trying to get into book publishing, I totally get her humor If I see a mistake in a newspaper article or book, I just want to fix it I m sure I ve made plenty of grammar mistakes on this blog, but I do my best to limit them In the book, Rannie cringes at the sight or sound of improper grammar All I could do was laugh Like all copy editors, s Light, entertaining, funny a great summer read.
Very disappointing follow up to Dangerous Admissions, which showed a lot of potential.
This was a good beach book.
This bit of marshmallow fluff masquerading as a book would be just the ticket if one were spending a lazy day at the beach While I wasn t at the beach, I did find it a pleasant diversion for a couple of days, and quite a departure from my usual reading material.
Our heroine is Miranda Bookman, freelance copy editor for various New York publishing houses She s freelance because she got fired from Simon and Schuster for an egregious mistake One which was allegedly actually committed by an underling but she took the fall for it.
The first thing you need to know about Miranda is that no one calls her that She s Rannie Several of the women characters have cutesy nicknames That s one thing they have in common Another is that all the good gal I m still trying to figure this one out The author has written a wildly popular series of children s books and it shows a lot of names, etc feel very childish And while there was some good depth to the mystery, some things felt really rushed and others felt shoe horned in, like the scene was added to make the books longer I ll read the first in the series but I won t seek out any new ones.
This Comic Mystery Set In The Elite Zip Codes Of Manhattan Will Leave You Breathless LiterallyWhat Could Be Fun For A Freelance Copy Editor Than Working On A Juicy Tell All About One Of Manhattan S Most Enigmatic Society Doyennes But When Miranda Rannie Bookman Arrives At Ret Sullivan S Tony Upper East Side Apartment, She Finds Than The Final Draft Of The Reclusive Author S Manuscript Waiting For Her There S Also The Half Naked Body Of Ret Herself, Tied To Her Bed And Strangled With An Herm S ScarfWas This Merely A Case, As The Police Believe, Of Rough Sex That Got A Little Too Rough Or Was Ret Murdered Because Someone Wanted To Make Absolutely Sure She Didn T Meet Her Deadline Once Again, Rannie Must Prove That Her Mind Is Just As Sharp As Her Col Erase Blue Pencils Or Risk Getting Rubbed Out Too If ever there was a character that I wish I could be, it would be Rannie Bookman Mostly because I love the fact she is a copy editor, even if it is freelance Here s a full confession when I was in high school I adored English and I really lived for grammar I wanted to go to college to eventually work in a publishing house I would have been a receptionist, I didn t even care I do live Simon Schuster featured in this book , but Harper Collins would have been my dream, I think I am that dork that would like to visit this building if ever I were in town on vacation Monuments Who cares Show me to the publishing house Or the library I love libraries too Oh yes, and book stores swoon Anyways Let s talk about the book First off, loved it I loved how Rannie is just a normal ga A brief prepublication review in The New York Times Book Review intrigued me sufficiently to orderAlmost True ConfessionsfromThe hook for me was that the story was not only a mystery, but it features a sleuth, Miranda, who is an obsessive editor of grammar and syntax Sounded like a great fit to me Indeed, the book arrived last evening and I have spent today s hours cheerfully ensconced in my room reading the mystery.
The murder opening this book is discovered when Rannie an uncommon permutation of Miranda is picking up her latest proofing assignment Rather than simply picking up this shrouded in secrecy manuscript, our sleuth arrives at the apartment only to find the author dead and posed in a grisly manner The particular body here is that of the manuscript s author, a controversial writer of tell alls , wh As posted on you re looking for a fun beach read, then Jane O Connor s latest adult novel is the book for you She is primarily known as the author of the popular Fancy Nancy childrens series, but has proven to be quite capable as an adult author as well The story centers on a freelance copy editor named Rannie She is a single mother struggling to carve out a new career for herself after making a huge mistake that cost her the job she d held for almost a decade She s also trying to decide where to take her relationship with a former cop who clearly wants things to beserious between them.
Rannie is definately someone that always gets herself into trouble The story constantly alludes to another incident that recently happened in which she could have died The first book in the Closet Sleuth series reveals the details of that incident, but you don t need to read that book in order to enj



I m still trying to figure this one out The author has written a wildly popular series of children s books and it shows a lot of names, etc feel very childish And while there was some good depth to the mystery, some things felt really rushed and others felt shoe horned in, like the scene was added to make the books longer I ll read the first in the series but I won t seek out any new ones.
This bit of marshmallow fluff masquerading as a book would be just the ticket if one were spending a lazy day at the beach While I wasn t at the beach, I did find it a pleasant diversion for a couple of days, and quite a departure from my usual reading material.
Our heroine is Miranda Bookman, freelance copy editor for various New York publishing houses She s freelance because she got fired from Simon and Schuster for an egregious mistake One which was allegedly actually committed by an underling but she took the fall for it.
The first thing you need to know about Miranda is that no one calls her that She s Rannie Several of the women characters have cutesy nicknames That s one thing they have in common Another is that all the good gal If ever there was a character that I wish I could be, it would be Rannie Bookman Mostly because I love the fact she is a copy editor, even if it is freelance Here s a full confession when I was in high school I adored English and I really lived for grammar I wanted to go to college to eventually work in a publishing house I would have been a receptionist, I didn t even care I do live Simon Schuster featured in this book , but Harper Collins would have been my dream, I think I am that dork that would like to visit this building if ever I were in town on vacation Monuments Who cares Show me to the publishing house Or the library I love libraries too Oh yes, and book stores swoon Anyways Let s talk about the book First off, loved it I loved how Rannie is just a normal ga A brief prepublication review in The New York Times Book Review intrigued me sufficiently to orderAlmost True ConfessionsfromThe hook for me was that the story was not only a mystery, but it features a sleuth, Miranda, who is an obsessive editor of grammar and syntax Sounded like a great fit to me Indeed, the book arrived last evening and I have spent today s hours cheerfully ensconced in my room reading the mystery.
The murder opening this book is discovered when Rannie an uncommon permutation of Miranda is picking up her latest proofing assignment Rather than simply picking up this shrouded in secrecy manuscript, our sleuth arrives at the apartment only to find the author dead and posed in a grisly manner The particular body here is that of the manuscript s author, a controversial writer of tell alls , wh As posted on you re looking for a fun beach read, then Jane O Connor s latest adult novel is the book for you She is primarily known as the author of the popular Fancy Nancy childrens series, but has proven to be quite capable as an adult author as well The story centers on a freelance copy editor named Rannie She is a single mother struggling to carve out a new career for herself after making a huge mistake that cost her the job she d held for almost a decade She s also trying to decide where to take her relationship with a former cop who clearly wants things to beserious between them.
Rannie is definately someone that always gets herself into trouble The story constantly alludes to another incident that recently happened in which she could have died The first book in the Closet Sleuth series reveals the details of that incident, but you don t need to read that book in order to enj

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