Dream House

Dream House

Dream House While developing a story about vandalized homes in one of L A s ritziest enclaves Crime Sheet columnist Molly Blume discovers a seething conflict brewing between residents who want to remodel their h

  • Title: Dream House
  • Author: Rochelle Krich
  • ISBN: 9780449007273
  • Page: 250
  • Format: Paperback
  • While developing a story about vandalized homes in one of L.A s ritziest enclaves, Crime Sheet columnist Molly Blume discovers a seething conflict brewing between residents who want to remodel their houses and those who wish to restore the integrity of the historic neighborhood When the warring factions collide, Molly investigates the various crime sites graffiti, shattWhile developing a story about vandalized homes in one of L.A s ritziest enclaves, Crime Sheet columnist Molly Blume discovers a seething conflict brewing between residents who want to remodel their houses and those who wish to restore the integrity of the historic neighborhood When the warring factions collide, Molly investigates the various crime sites graffiti, shattered windows, smashed concrete As her sleuthing continues, the violence escalates ultimately to arson and the tragic death of an elderly man who has spent the last five months searching for his missing daughter Was the fire an accident Where does hostility end and evil begin

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    Dream House, by Rochelle Krich B.Purchased as a cassette book from Blackstone Audio Books.This is the second in the Molly Blume series. Very very cozy, but interesting anyway. Molly Blume is a true crime writer and writes a police column for a community paper in L.A. as well. In this, her second book, she is getting to know Zach, the rabbi she marries in a later book. Molly became curious about a bunch of vandalism charges involving houses, all of which seemed to belong to board members of HARP, [...]

    I love this series, and highly recommend it. The main character Molly Blume is Jewish and a crime reporter.The author does an outstanding job of incorparating Jewish customs into the story without it being forced. But this book hits so many of my pet peeves I did not enjoy it. There was a whole lot of dialogue that didn't move the plot forward and the action of the story was lost or not even part of the orginial story. Also we have been introduced to her personal life and this time when her boyf [...]

    This was a new mystery author introduced at a book discussion. You can read her books by themselves or as the series. Molly Blume is an Orthodox Jew who spends a routine Friday night w/ her large extended loving family. This life is separate from her weekday life of which is spent as a true crime reporter. Of course, Molly encounters a mystery to solve which is able to provide an entertaining read. This case involves the renovation of historic homes and the extreme resistance (including abductio [...]

    Another book that I would definately give a 3.5 to. I really like this series for a few reasons. 1. it is clean : no sex, no swearing. 2. They are good mysteries, but not so deep that you have to really think about it. You can just sit and enjoy them, like a Mary Higgens Clark 3. I love the little insights into Greek Orthodox Jews (the main character is a practicing member). I have found it very interesting. After all of that, they are what they are, a basic and simple mystery. I will definately [...]

    I didn't like this nearly as much as the first one in the series, but I like how she includes lots of information on Jewish culture without making it seem like school.

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