The Importance of Being Ernestine: An Ellie Haskell Mystery

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Penguin, Apr 29, 2003 - Fiction - 256 pages
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Review: The Importance of Being Ernestine (Ellie Haskell Mystery #10)

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Another enjoyable British cozy. I guess I'm getting dotty cause I kept thinking the characters were familiar and didn't realize, until a third of the way through, that I read the first book in this ... Read full review

Review: The Importance of Being Ernestine (Ellie Haskell Mystery #10)

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It's cozy and witty with no violence or suspense. It was a little slow at times and punctuation was a big stumbling block for me as quotation marks would be missing so I had to backtrack to distinguish when the character stopped talking and the narrative picked up. Read full review

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About the author (2003)

Dorothy Cannell was born in Nottingham, England, and moved to the U.S. in 1963. Dorothy became an aspiring writer after taking an English class at Illinois Central College and being encouraged to write for publication by the class teacher. Seven years later, she sold her first short story. Dorothy enjoys collecting sea glass and beach stones in Main, collecting vintage hats and Apostle Tea spoons, and going on reading binges.

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