Book: So Faux, So Good by Tamar Myers

I have a soft spot in my heart for Tamar Myers, because she was one of the authors I latched onto early into my foray into mysteries, when I was first realizing how much I like the genre. But if ever there was an author who has a formula, it’s Myers– if you took the character names out of the books, it would be virtually impossible to tell which series the characters are from.

Mostly, this book taught me that I’ve outgrown Myers. I found myself even more frustrated with the heroine than usual, and 90% of the book was her completely and utterly failing to talk to her companions. Also, I could happily strangle pretty much all of the recurring sidekicks.


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