New York Times best-selling author Lisa Lutz is renowned for her hilarious Spellman novels, which lay bare the often outrageous lives-both professional and private-of a family of private investigators. In Trail of the Spellmans, the fifth installment in the series, Izzy struggles with a bizarre assignment: trailing a woman's husband despite his apparent lack of suspicious behavior. As the questions pile up, Izzy becomes more determined than ever to get to the bottom of the situation-regardless of the consequences.
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by Lisa Lutz
by Lisa Margonelli
by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor
by Barbara Park
by Hadley Irwin
by Lee Smith
by James Howe
by Ben Mikaelsen
"Christina Moore once again brings positive energy to Lutz's "documents" about Isabel Spellman, a 30-something slacker PI. The family detecting business gets pushed to the limits when they find their clients are at cross-purposes. As usual, there are a number of family issues involving romance, visiting relatives, and strange behavior. Moore's comedic tone and timing match Lutz's hilarious style and plotlines. While navigating among a slew of characters, Moore creates a distinct and consistent voice for each. There are a few missteps in pronunciation of local place-names, and Moore lacks the distinct Northern California cadence of the novel, but otherwise a thoroughly entertaining reading. S.E.S. (c) AudioFile 2012, Portland, Maine"
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