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Mystery
  • Author:
    Laura Hicks,Marcia Muller
  • ISBN:
    0792783646
  • ISBN13:
    978-0792783640
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  • Publisher:
    Sound Library; Unabridged edition (November 1, 2012)
  • Subcategory:
    Mystery
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    4.7
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Looking for Yesterday, . Letter to sharon mccone from carolyn warrick, prospective client: Dear Ms. McCone, The world’s forgotten me. No more mentions in the press.

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Instead of "Looking for Yesterday" I am looking for Sharon's next adventure into solving a crime. I haven't read a Sharon McCone mystery in awhile so it was very satisfying to be back on the streets of San Francisco with this determined and always likeable private investigator. 3 people found this helpful. Muller's easy writing style along with her very well developed main character and an intriguing mystery surrounding the innocence of a client in an unsolved murder, equals one good read.

Once again, we’re safe. I pushed up instantly, wincing at the pain in my lower back, and stared at Hy’s smiling face. You know how to scare a woman, Ripinsky! You’re not scared. his shoes and flopped down next to me. All’s well?. A bunch of rebel assholes kidnapped the CEO of an American corporation with offices in São Paulo, Brazil. He’s now at home, and they’re in the slammer, or whatever they call it down there. Tricky business-that’s why I was out of touch so long.

Sharon McCone is confident that she can succeed where other detectives have failed (though at times it's hard to shake her own misgivings about what happened) . Looking for Yesterday A Sharon McCone Mystery (Том 30).

Sharon McCone is confident that she can succeed where other detectives have failed (though at times it's hard to shake her own misgivings about what happened), but when Caro is brutally beaten right at Sharon's doorstep, the investigation takes on a whole new course.

I like Sharon, she does have bold determination and independence. The Breakers (A Sharon McCone Mystery). Customers who bought this item also bought. Instead of "Looking for Yesterday" I am looking for Sharon's next adventure into solving a crime. Page 1 of 1 Start overPage 1 of 1.

Written by Marcia Muller. Sharon McCone Mysteries. Author Marcia Muller. Narrated by Susan Ericksen, Laura Hicks, and Kathy Garver. Sharon McCone is confident that she can succeed where other detectives have failed (though at times it's hard to shake her own misgivings about what happened), but when Caro is brutally beaten right at Sharon's doorstep, the investigation takes on a whole new course.

Written by Marcia Muller, Audiobook narrated by Laura Hicks. Looking for Yesterday. A Sharon McCone Mystery, Book 33. By: Marcia Muller. Narrated by: Laura Hicks. Series: Sharon McCone, Book 29. Length: 7 hrs and 56 mins.

In a gravelly voice, Laura Hicks narrates slowly and steadily through McCone's investigation, dodging bullets and sorting out clues. With clearly enunciated words and phrases, Hicks capably differentiates between the narrative the sharp-eyed, soft-hearted McCone her male operatives and colleagues and the handful of shifty suspects. The book stands on its own as it contains enough backstory to bring new listeners up to speed. And Hicks's professional performance will tempt new listeners to consider enjoying the whole series.

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Narrated by Laura Hicks. Sharon McCone is confident that she can succeed where other detectives have failed (though at times it’s hard to shake her own misgivings about what happened), but when Caro is brutally beaten right at Sharon’s doorstep, the investigation takes on a whole new course. Books related to Looking for Yesterday.

Three years ago, Caro Warrick was acquitted for the murder of her best friend Amelia Bettecourt, but the lingering doubts of everyone around Caro is adversely affecting her life. Sharon McCone is confident that she can succeed where other detectives have failed (though at times it's hard to shake her own misgivings about what happened), but when Caro is brutally beaten right at Sharon's doorstep, the investigation takes on a whole new course. How many more people remain at risk until Amelia's murderer is finally caught?

Painbrand
I do believe that Sharon is getting "old" and perhaps "pre-menopausal" because she is getting surly! I have read the Sharon McCone mysteries since the first one was published and have them all. I also have all the Sue Grafton alphabet mysteries and will follow Sharon and Kinsey until they "retire" from print. I must say this book is on the shallow end of the mystery genre. Lame and limited character development and I knew who the killer was in the early chapters. Nevertheless, I enjoyed the story and read it quite quickly to see how Marcia would bring it all together. Ended quite abruptly though. On the good side we didn't see Hy and Sharon debating the issue of getting married. Now it is a decision as to whether they should join forces and unite their businesses. I guess that will be resolved in the next book down the line. There are lots of story lines that are dangling without resolution. Sharon needs more team interaction with Mick, Ted, Rae, Hy and her parents and family. I like Sharon, she does have bold determination and independence. Instead of "Looking for Yesterday" I am looking for Sharon's next adventure into solving a crime.
Leceri
This has long been my favorite series, but this is the second book in a row I haven't given five stars. That's never happened before.

While I was glad there wasn't too much Hy to hijack the story, I miss some of the old supporting characters. It seems Mick is the only one who gets much play lately. I'd like to see some of the supporting cast from the old days brought back. Or at least some of Sharon's other operatives.

I also feel like lately Ms. Muller is getting preachy. There was way too much about gun control and her obviously using the book to promote her own agenda. Not what I want to be reading.

I also was left a bit confused at the end -- the culprit's identity was pretty obvious and his reasons didn't really work for me. And Sharon just seemed to pull the whole thing out of thin air rather than by investigating and putting the clues together.

I really hope this series isn't headed downhill like so many others. I'd hate to see Sharon become mediocre.
Andromajurus
I haven't read a Sharon McCone mystery in awhile so it was very satisfying to be back on the streets of San Francisco with this determined and always likeable private investigator. Muller's easy writing style along with her very well developed main character and an intriguing mystery surrounding the innocence of a client in an unsolved murder, equals one good read. This might not be a series you'd want to hop into at this point as there is so much background that has been going on since its inception many years ago, but if you don't mind there being some questioning "holes" about McCone's private life, this story does stand on its own merit. There are, of course, a number of possible suspects as the investigation looks deeper into the murder at hand. And, as has been the case with several of the more recent books in the series, a few serious setbacks for Sharon, herself. What unfods here is not only a puzzling mystery to solve, but also a backdrop for more changes to come in this ever evolving P.I.'s personal storyline.
Warianys
I love all the Sharon McCone mysteries. Been reading them for years. I don’t remember this one but can’t get back to the library unless I fill this out grrrrrrr.....
Super P
True Marcia Muller fans will need very few words from me on why to purchase this book. I recommend that new readers start with the first Sharon Mccone book and go from there, as I did so many years ago. Marcia Muller's latest mystery has all the things I like about her series: great writing, excellent characters and the wonderful atmosphere of the Bay area, which is where I was first introduced to her work by an old friend.
Samardenob
I have read most of the Sharon McCone books and enjoy her progression and the stories. This lived up to her past books.
Otrytrerl
Enjoy the Sharon McCone series and this is a continuation. Muller continues to change the circumstances surrounding the main characters so the stories do not seem to just follow a pattern as many mysteries do.
Sharon McCone has gotten better with age. I finished the book in two evenings.