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by Marianne MacDonald

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Marianne MacDonald
Severn House Large Print; Large type / large print edition (June 1, 2009)
368 pages
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Publisher: Severn House Large Print Books. Author(s): MacDonald, Marianne. Faking it by Marianne MacDonald (Hardback, 2009).

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Marianne McDonald (born January 1937) is a scholar and philanthropist. Marianne is involved in the interpretation, sharing, compilation and preservation of Greek and Irish texts, plays and writings. Recognized as a historian on the classics, she has received numerous awards and accolades because of her works and philanthropy. As a playwright, she has authored numerous modern works, based on ancient Greek dramas in modern times

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It is of unknown origin but is maybe valuable.

It is of unknown origin but is ? maybe ? valuable.

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A mystery featuring antiquarian bookseller Dido Hoare - Dido is generally pleased to do business with book scout Gabriel Steen, but after he receives a disturbing call he suddenly offers her a share in a medieval illustrated manuscript. It is of unknown origin but is maybe valuable. Against her better judgement, Dido buys it and Gabriel goes off to a violent death. What is this mysterious object she now controls, and how does it link to the murder?
  • Dark_Sun
For bibliophiles, Marianne Macdonald's "Faking It" featuring antiquarian bookseller Dido Hoare and her father, Professor Barnabas Hoare, is must reading. For mystery fans, it is a delightful romp with old friends through frantic twists and intriguing plot lines that all come together with a satisfying conclusion.

Dido and Barnabas manage to get themselves excluded from the British Museum trying to trace the province of a antigue volume purchases from a murdered seller before several individuals resort to violence to obtain the book for their collection. A great read with astute background information on "fake" tomes.

Nash Black, author of "Taxes, Stumbling Blocks, and Pitfalls for Authors 2007" and "Qualifying Laps."
  • Jorad
love the Dido Hoare series. They are always good, can hardly wait for the next one, I need to find out what happens in her life.
  • Zyniam
I am not a picky reader. In mystery/suspense novels, I just want things to make some sense, and I expect some surprises here and there as well. That's all I need to feel happy. This book is about 214 pages long, and in all those pages, nothing happens. Well, something happens in the first 7 pages. Something happens in the last 7 pages. The other 200 pages in between are plain, boring, slow, almost unbearable. Even the descriptions of the places and of the persons are flavorless, dry. Very few times I have been tempted to not finish a book. This one I finished just hoping it was going to blow me away at the end. Not at all. It is so boring that I was not sure if the new chapters were really new or maybe I just re-started reading the book in the wrong page. In other words, chapter after chapter, everything was the same. I am sorry, but all I have to say is this: Don't waste your precious time on this boring book.
  • Hiylchis
Marianne MacDonald's Dido Hoare mysteries are well-crafted intelligent cozies with lots of book lore. What more could I ask? Great reads.