TITLE: The Doll In The Wall
AUTHOR: Thea Phipps
PUBLISHER: Xlibris Corporation (October 27, 2009)
Paperback: 344 pages
Before Christmas I was lucky to win a copy of Thea Phipps book, The Doll In The Wall.
Thea Phipps bio lets you know she is funny and fun, so I was looking forward to reading her book The Doll In The Wall. I love a good mystery and humor makes it that much better.
Early on she got to me with a presence that came through in her choice of words.
Pg. 65 ROFL
Pg. 189 I’m stumped by the intricate mystery here.
The description of fallen petals like confetti speaks to me.
Pg. 116 reminds me of the first time I kissed a boy. (sigh)
I love that Thea brings up the difference between being unaware of someone vs. ignoring them, perhaps because you have such regard for them.
Pg. 270 Thea uses chess in a brilliant way.
Pg. 288 LOL, tears in my eyes.
This was a satisfying read,well plotted and well wrapped up. Later I found myself missing the characters. I love when that happens. Thank you Thea
© 2010 J.B. Vadeboncoeur