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[PDF / Epub] ★ Murder in the 11th House (Starlight Detective Agency #1) Author Mitchell Scott Lewis –

Murder in the 11th House (Starlight Detective Agency #1) Astrological Detective David Lowell Must Use His Charts And Knowledge To Solve The Murder Of A Federal Judge In A New York City Parking Garage Joined By His Daughter, Melinda, A Young Defense Attorney His Hacker Sidekick Mort Vivacious Assistant Sarah And Bodyguard Andy, Lowell Is A Race Against Time To Prove The Innocence Of Johnny Colbert, A Loud Mouthed Bartender Wrongly Accused Of The Crime Birth Charts And Street Smarts Help Lowell Sort Out The Misdirections Of A Cast Of Characters, From The Judge S Clerk And Her Lawyer Boyfriend To The Judge Herself, To Trace The Real Reason Of The Crime Back To A Surprising Source Murder In The 11th House Begins A New Series That Introduces A Unique Character To The Annals Of Detective Fiction.

[PDF / Epub] ★ Murder in the 11th House (Starlight Detective Agency #1)  Author Mitchell Scott Lewis –
  • Paperback
  • 250 pages
  • Murder in the 11th House (Starlight Detective Agency #1)
  • Mitchell Scott Lewis
  • English
  • 20 May 2018
  • 9781590589526

    10 thoughts on “[PDF / Epub] ★ Murder in the 11th House (Starlight Detective Agency #1) Author Mitchell Scott Lewis –

  1. says:

    Had very much the feel of a first novel, and the politics were annoying the evil Republicans find that one of their chosen ones is beginning to change her opinion practically described as a conversion to the true way so they have to take her out lots of digs at conservative politicians, and while there was lots of hand wringing over the state of the economy today, no mention was ever made of the fact that liberal politics have certainly exacerbated the situation in recent years I wanted the author to decide if he was going to call his main character by his first or last name, and stick with it, instead of switching back and forth At the beginning of the b...

  2. says:

    Do not read this book It is ridiculous and mind numbingly dull I was desperate for an audiobook at work, and this was available I didn t read the description because I thought I recognized the name I had it mixed up with another book I want this part of my life back.

  3. says:

    Murder, politics, hidden political agendas, and astrology are not your typical mystery components However, Mitchell Scott Lewis successfully combines all of these and provides a unique mystery with Murder in the 11th House Joanna Colbert or Johnny is head over in heels in debt due to gambling This quick tempered bartender has been recorded threatening the life of a state judge Later when that same judge dies a gruesome death, Johnny is the prime suspect and is promptly arrested Her court appointed attorney is Melinda Lowell and she actually believes that Johnny is innocent The hard part is going to be proving that innocence in court Melinda promptly asks her father, David Lowell, a licensed private investigator and astrologer extra ordinaire to lend his assistance in uncovering the truth As David delves deeper into Johnny s astrological history, he begins to believe her innocence David, Melinda, and David s business partner, Mort Simpson the go to computer guy, attempt to uncover the truth behind the judge s murder The they dig, the they realize that there s much going on than initially thought and re...

  4. says:

    Read by courtesy of David Lowell is a respected astrologer who helps his lawyer daughter, Melinda, with a pro bono case Bartender Johnny Colbert has been charged with murdering Judge Winston, who had previously put her in prison Johnny is abrasive and foul mouthed, and Lowell at first doubts that she is innocent, even af...

  5. says:

    I liked this book, but there were just too many parts that were amateurish But, I think the author and the series have potential and I will give the next book in the series a try.

  6. says:

    Interesting story, if a little preachy The author likes to pause his story while his characters talk and or ruminate on how society, or New York City neighborhoods, or the justice system are going to heck in a handbasket But it s an interesting mystery with the detective, who actually runs a detective agency, doing most of his detecting by means of astrology This is apparently the first in a series and the hero has a computer whiz partner, a secretary, and a seriously fancy limo with a driver cum bodyguard He made a bunch of money by trading commodities according to astrology charts He s kind of a snob as well So he has a daughter who is a lawyer, and she hires him for her pro bono free client who is accused of murdering a judge The client, Johnnie, is obnoxious, has problems with booze and gambling, and isn t very ladylike So while the her...

  7. says:

    This book combined two things I love astrology and classic style mysteries and made both of them so boring that I nearly fell off the elliptical machine while listening to the audiobook.I don t really know how it happened I loved hearing Lowell s methods for figuring things out His group of coworkers and spunky daughter were sk...

  8. says:

    I picked this up randomly, not knowing it was an astrological mystery This stuff is not really for me I m not necessarily doubting the science, butI find it hard to believe that he could tell that someone s birthday was a different year based on his personality.Other than the astrological stuff, the ...

  9. says:

    Well done getting all that astrological interpretation into a story without seeming too clunky or didactic The reader, Patrick Cullen, may take getting used to I felt he did well with the calm parts so, for the most part, with the main characters, David and Melinda, and some of the other bit players but for the tense moments, and most of the time with the tough female character, the delivery felt a bit unnatural But, like I say, perhaps it s just a matter of gettin...

  10. says:

    Amateurish I very rarely use the word boring, yet I HAVE TO in relation to this book IT WAS BORING And preachy And did I mention it was boring I listened to the audio version, and the narration was AWFUL It s been quite a while since I ve gotten hold of a bad book so I suppose I was overdue.

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