Trouble in Transylvania (Cassandra Reilly, #2)

Trouble in Transylvania (Cassandra Reilly, #2) Cassandra Reilly arrives in Venice to see why her best friend Nicky Gibbons, bassoonist extraordinaire, has been accused of stealing a Venetian family heirloom With an international cast of characters, the luminous backdrop of Venice, and the author s trademark wit, the mystery is as thrilling as a vaporetto ride. Read Trouble in Transylvania (Cassandra Reilly, #2) by Barbara Sjoholm – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

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  • Paperback
  • Trouble in Transylvania (Cassandra Reilly, #2)
  • Barbara Sjoholm
  • English
  • 26 July 2017
  • 1878067494

10 thoughts on “Trouble in Transylvania (Cassandra Reilly, #2)

  1. says:

    One of the things I really like about Barbara Wilson s writing is how she captures the experience of travelling through European cities I liked the description of the tense relationships between Hungary and Romania which still exists to a certain extent today and the description of post revolution Transilvania I believe this book takes place in the 90 The problem with this book is the same one I had with the first book in the series For a mystery novel, there...

  2. says:

    Some people think it s easy to write a first person novel, but it really isn t Not only does your character have to be interesting as must every character , but she must have a voice and a point of view that can carry the story Unfortunately, Cassandra Reilly, the protagonist of Trouble in Transylvania never rises to the task Seen through her eyes, characters who need to be engaging and sympathetic become banal, the cities become just places on the map, and storied Transylvania is as myste Some people think it s easy to write a first person novel, but it really isn t Not only does your character have to be interesting as must every character , but she must have a voice and a point of view that can carry the story Unfortunately, Cassandra Reilly, the protagonist o...

  3. says:

    Cassandra Reilly, translator nomadic traveler, is on her way to China via train to Budapest, where she will spend a few days while waiting for her connections with a friend who has opened a secretarial service there However, a couple days later she receives a call for aid from one of her recent train companions who is being suspected of murder She and her friends head to Romania It seems Gladys was reluctant to use the galvanizing bath which ran a mild current through water to stimulate Cassandra Reilly, translator nomadic traveler, is on her way to China via train to Budapest, where she will sp...

  4. says:

    Didn t think it was great, but I definitely liked it better than the first book, Gaudi Afternoon This time, there arecharacters to like than just Cassandra, though not many, and, the plot isn t nearly as convoluted and contrived There s nothing in the writing to complain about in a technical sense, and the narrative m...

  5. says:

    This book turned out to be a series of lectures posing as a novel There was no coherent plot, nothing resembling suspense, and generally weak character development The author clearly wanted to share her knowledge and opinions about Eastern European history and culture, the ethics of international adoption, and lesbian feminist culture and history, but made the unfortunate mistake of us...

  6. says:

    Lesbian translator Cassandra Reilly is on her way to China when she stops to visit an old pal, Australian Jack, in Budapest Waiting for her train connection, she gets a phone call asking her to come to Romania to help an elderly American she d met on th...

  7. says:

    Cassandra Reilly, itinerant translator, gets the travel itch and winds up in Budapest for a while and then in the Carpathians at a mineral spa that s seen better times, and where the proprietor has just died suspiciously Lots of good modern history and linguistic speculations, plus Ca...

  8. says:

    I loved this book It s not a mystery per se, butof a travelogue Wilson is whimsical and hilarious and she adds a good bit of history and culture to the mix If you want a classic who done it this one s not for you But if you re in the mood for ...

  9. says:

    My favorite quote from this book Cassandra, you re a wonderful personAnd I find your life, what little I know of it, just fascinatingIs there any place in the world you haven t been Not many, but there are a lot of places I haven t been back to.

  10. says:

    I wish I d known that there were lesbian mystery writers I d enjoy this much years ago I found her writing really immersive and fun and I was really impressed that the author stuck so much about middle european history in a book this enjoyable.

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