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Relatively Dead (2000)

by Sheila Connolly(Favorite Author)
3.62 of 5 Votes: 1
review 1: This was a rather innocuous book other than the main character, Abby, seeing ancestors after touching certain objects. She just about falls into what is for her the perfect job, and later her boss knows of a house that she could "sit" for the winter. Before that, she leaves her fiance--with whom she has nothing in common--this boorish person deserts her on weekends to play with his buddies, and another woman. She does have a male friend who likes history.
review 2: If five stars read "I loved it" then I would have given this book five stars. Amazing seems over the top for most books. I don't usually go in for the paranormal, but Connolly hit on just what I'd like to experience and described well how one might feel during such events. I love fiction that de
... moreals with the topic of genealogy--family history can be fascinating, the sleuthing is highly engaging (as well as often frustration), and writing about it provides for so many options. less
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Too much soap opera and not enough story , This one was hard to finish
A cozy little mystery that was, frankly, too cheesy for my liking.
Purchased this by accident, thinking it was a mystery.
Not my favorite of her books.
loved it
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