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At the Man with a Load of Mischief they found the dead body stuck in a keg of beer At the Jack and Hammer another body was stuck out on the beam of the pub’s sign replacing the mechanical man who kept the time Two pubs Two murders One Scotland Yard inspector called in to help Detective Chief Inspector Richard Jury arrives in Long Piddleton and finds everyone in the postcard village looking outside of town for the killer Except for one Melrose Plant A keen observer of human nature he points Jury in the right direction into the darkest parts of his neighbors’ hearts


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    Look I am not going to apologize for loving Martha Grimes especially the Richard Jury novels I am fully willing to admit these are light reading but that doesn't mean they aren't good I find that while Grimes continues writing for this series and pumps out a book a year the cast of characters is still just damned entertaining Grimes is good at capturing the same wit that I see in British comedy even though she's an AmericanHowever and this is a big caveat don't look for realism here Although each novel may seem to take place within current events it's clear that Grimes' England is not meant to be true to the times Richard Jury has also lived remarkably long and is still quite well preserved considering his age if you do the math I urge you not to do the mathThe charm in these novels is the characters the tangential to the actual mystery the better There's Marshall Trueblood a bisexual antiques dealer Vivian Rivington who is constantly ribbed about her Italian fiance who is referred to as a vampire Carole Palutski a red headed smoking hot babe who constantly tries to seduce Jury acts up a storm and works as a fortuneteller in Covent Garden Wiggins a police man addicted to natural remedies and always convinced he is ill Melrose Plant an earl who has renounced his earlship but picks it up again constantly to help in investigations and his horrible aunt Agatha who constantly badgers him steals his things and tags along after him like a child left out of the fun This is only to name a few of the colourful castCertainly they are Dickensian as I saw one reviewer mention scathingly on but that's deliberate They aren't real people just as Dickens' casts of characters are a bit over the top but they're entertaining and it's possible to overlook the fact that Grimes' stories can become somewhat formulaic especially because in her mystery victims suspects witnesses etc she is attracted to certain types of characters clever young children eccentric animals beautiful women who Jury is drawn to or who are drawn to himIn short the flavour of these novels is irresistable but if you go picking them apart you won't enjoy them at all