Under Parr by Andrea BramhallUnder Parr by Andrea Bramhall

Under Parr

byAndrea Bramhall

Paperback | May 3, 2017

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Title:Under ParrFormat:PaperbackDimensions:308 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.69 inPublished:May 3, 2017Publisher:Ylva Verlag e.Kfr.Language:English

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ISBN - 10:3955337448

ISBN - 13:9783955337445

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Worthy sequel to Collide-o-Scope Under Parr picks up a few weeks after where Collide-O-Scope left off; the criminal activity from that story has been solved but its aftermath has villagers reeling (some much more than others) and trying to move on with their lives. Kate and her colleagues (civilian and police force) return to solve another mystery that is once again more than it appears to be at the outset of the story. Fans of Kate’s witty repartee with her colleagues will enjoy an abundance of that here as well as the return of other endearing characters Gina, her daughter Sammy, and Merlin, among others. The structure of the story felt familiar with pieces of the mystery dropped like bread crumbs and eventually assembled into a solution, but I did not solve the mystery much ahead of the characters which kept me interested in finding out whodunit. The book ended with a more of a conclusion than I expected however, if there is a third book set for this series, it could pick up on the few things left unanswered as well as covering the trials for the past crimes committed in order to have the book closed on those investigations with the criminals prosecuted etc. This is a great series and one that I hope does continue to another book at the very least. The crimes are unusual, the characters fun to cheer for and against, the dialogue sharp, and the mystery engaging. There is enough recap of Collide-O-Scope’s storyline in Under Parr for each book to be read as a standalone however, I’d still recommend reading both and in sequence in order to get the full effect of the crimes, the character dynamics and development, and to really sink your teeth into the wonderful setting for both stories for a longer period of time than one book alone provides. I highly recommend both books in the series along with Bramhall’s hilarious book Just My Luck, and look forward to reading more by her in this series and away from it in the future.
Date published: 2018-03-08