A History of the Wifeby Marilyn YalomA History of the Wife weaves a complex tapestry as it outlines the roles, customs, and cultural position of women in Western marriage.
Mack’s Bar and its crime-solving clientele are quickly gaining notoriety for helping solve some high-profile cases.
The work is engaging, filled with interesting anecdotes and stories, and is an incredibly lively read on a thoroughly interesting subject much in need of a closer look. AbbottMack’s Bar and its crime-solving clientele are quickly gaining notoriety for helping solve some high-profile cases.
But Mack is learning the hard way that not all press is good press…By day, Mackenzie "Mack" Dalton is the proprietress of a popular Milwaukee watering hole. She has been a professor of French and comparative literature, director of an institute for research on women, a popular speaker on the lecture circuit, and the author of numerous books and articles on literature and women's history. Abbott is a pseudonym used by Beth Amos, author of the suspense novels COLD WHITE FURY, EYES OF NIGHT, SECOND SIGHT, NICK OF TIME, and FACE OF DEATH. The lives of wives in the ancient world are examined by looking at wives in the Bible, Greek wives, and Roman wives.
Members of the Capone Club are exploring the MURDER of Tiny, a bartender, of his sister that occurred several years ago. This is the book in the series and I had no problem cMac Dalton stared at the letter unable to believe what said. The opinions are my own.Jenna Aug 05, 2015The fictional Mackenzie Dalton owns a bar in my hometown of Milwaukee, WI, a fact that only served to increase my enjoyment of this cozy mystery. I had so much fun puzzling out this story and it was really great to mentally follow Mack around town.Nestled inside the larger murderous plot is a secondary story that the Capone Club at Mack's bar tackles - a cold case murder of the sister of a Club member. At times, I thought this plot overtook the larger story; however, once I reached the massive cThe fictional Mackenzie Dalton owns a bar in my hometown of Milwaukee, WI, a fact that only served to increase my enjoyment of this cozy mystery. At times, I thought this plot overtook the larger story; however, once I reached the massive cliffhanger ending, everything made more sense. Abbott crafts a chilling premise - an unknown sender is leaving cryptic (and time sensitive) notes for Mark, challenger her to live up to the recently published image of super sleuth the local paper has thrust on her. In the Drink is compulsively readable and will leave you eager for more!Kim Jul 22, 2015I have a real soft spot for American cosy mysteries and have found some great reads through Net Galley.Mackenzie runs a bar in Milwaukee and a group of customers discuss various crimes. She has a heightened senses skill set which is often helpful to solve murder cases ‘after hours’!


But the media have become aware of her and this makes things more difficult.I loved the characters – a little murder group! WhI have a real soft spot for American cosy mysteries and have found some great reads through Net Galley.Mackenzie runs a bar in Milwaukee and a group of customers discuss various crimes.
As the owner of a bar in Milwaukee, most people are envious of Mack, thinking that she has it all.
Mack lost her mother very early in Mack's life and she was raised by her father, who she had just recently lost.
Not long after that Ginny, her dad's long time girl friend is murdered so I guess that Mack doesn't have it all. Mack and Duncan soon become on again, off agI immediately fell in love with Mack and her story.
During the investigation it is discovered that Mack is a synesthetic, a neurogical disorder in which the senses are cross wired, and she has been for most of her life.
As Mack helps discover the murderer, it is soon leaked to the press that Mack has "special abilities", which puts Mack's life and her friend’s lives at risk. After Mack receives anonymous notes in the mail, Mack's good friends and members of the Capone Club, which was previously formed as a crime solving team that would discuss real and made up cases and they decide to tackle this one. As Duncan can't be with Mack all the time, he asks Mal, who is an undercover cop, to keep an eye out for Mack. Becoming involved in not only the letter case, but also trying to solve the 12 year old murder of 2 young girls puts them all on high alert and at times being so stressed may push people to become strange bed fellows.FTC Full Disclosure - A copy of this book was sent to me by the publisher in hopes I would review it. However, receiving the complimentary copy did not influence my review.Sue1958 Sep 18, 2015This is the third book in this series [which I didn't realize at the time] but after saying that, I don't think it made a difference, well, not to me, I seemed to be able to pick the story up well. Maybe its one of those 'themed' series which have the same main characters but issue different story plots.
This is what you call a 'cozy mystery' its nothing too deep, bit like Miss Marples, or a 'whodunnit' you watch like a little drama on TV on daytime telly. The ending not being finished and you nThis is the third book in this series [which I didn't realize at the time] but after saying that, I don't think it made a difference, well, not to me, I seemed to be able to pick the story up well. So if your into cozy mystery series with the ending, "wait until the next book", this would be a good one for you.
I'm not saying I wouldn't read this author again, I probably would, just wish I knew who did it.


I want to thank Kensington books and Net Galley for the opportunity to read and review this e-galley. The author quickly filled me in on past events and I had no trouble with this installment.Mack assisted the police in the past, first with her father’s murder and then with the murder of her father’s girlfriend.
She just wanted answers.Mack’s is a synesthete, it’s a neuro disorder where the senses are cross-wired. Also, her senses are extra acute, hearing things others don’t, smelling things others can’t. This can also help her sense when someone might be lying.She’s kept it to herself for a long time. You can imagine the taunting Mack got from her peers when she was young, when she mentioned “music is too green”, or “apple is too loud”.Someone leaked Mack’s ability to the press and her boyfriend, Detective Duncan was suspended for using her on a case.
You don’t get much about him in the beginning, but once the story gets rolling, you learn more. And when Mack feels a strong attraction to Duncan’s friend, Mal, things get really interesting.Mack tastes chocolate when she thinks of Duncan.
I bartended for almost twenty years and I could see their faces, recognize personalities.Now we’ve reached the end of the book. But, I can say two – No Way!I love suspense, thrillers, and mysteries, the creepier the better. But the situation in the spoiler narked me so much I couldn't grade this higher["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>Shelley Giusti Sep 23, 2015From the start of this booked you get pulled into the story.
Revisiting Mack and the bar is always a delight and if you add in a murder to solve it makes for the perfect book.
The plot twist and story line will keep you so captivated that you will lose all sense of time..



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