A Breach of Promise

A Breach of Promise

Book - 1998
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The plaintiffs in a sensational breach of promise suit are wealthy social climbers Barton and Delphine Lambert, suing on behalf of their daughter, Zillah. The defendant is Zillah's alleged fiance, brilliant young architect Killian Melville, who adamantly declares that he will not, cannot, marry her.
Publisher: New York : Fawcett Columbine, 1998.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780449908495
0449908496
Branch Call Number: M/PERR
Characteristics: 374p. 24cm.

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blueroo276
Apr 17, 2014

This is my favorite novel of the series (thus far)! It isn't nearly as dark and grim as some of the other Monk mysteries. I won't spoil anything, but Monk has a major personal epiphany--don't miss this one if you're following the series.

B2K2rEaD Jan 15, 2013

Convoluted, YES
Surprises, Lots
Involved in the STORY - Very DEFINITELY
Finish - with a DOUBLE punch !

This is an early attempt by the novelist and the plot lines are confusing. I don't have to be told more than once how difficult it was for the Victorian Woman to hold her ground in a misogynist society; author was often heavy handed in point this out to the reader. This is really 3 murder mysteries shuffled awkwardly together in one story, I expect her later novels showed improvement in her craft.

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