Free eBook Jigsaw download

by Margaret St. George

Free eBook Jigsaw download ISBN: 0373221339
Author: Margaret St. George
Publisher: Harlequin; First Edition edition (February 1, 1990)
Language: English
Category: Love Story
Subcategory: Contemporary
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Rating: 4.6
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St. George lays out all the necessary clues early on, making it easy for the reader to see where she's going, but the characters consistently refuse to see what's right in front of their faces.

St. I felt like I was having a flashback to when my kids were trying to learn math.

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Margaret George is an American historical novelist specializing in epic fictional biographies. She is the author of the bestselling novels The Autobiography of Henry VIII (1986), Mary Queen of Scotland and the Isles (1992), The Memoirs of Cleopatra (1997), Mary Called Magdalene (2002), Helen of Troy (2006), Elizabeth I (2011), The Confessions of Young Nero (2017), and The Splendor Before the Dark (2018).

3. Drabble, Margaret, date went to bed I would dream not of George, nor of babies locked away from me where I couldn't feed them, nor even of childbirth, but of pieces. Drabble, Margaret, date. 79. 3 -dc22 2009012214. Printed in the United States of America. went to bed I would dream not of George, nor of babies locked away from me where I couldn't feed them, nor even of childbirth, but of pieces of blue sky edged with bits of tree, or small blue irregular shapes composing the cloak of the Virgin Mary.

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Margaret George is an excellent author and this book did not disappoint. It is a refreshing take on Elizabeth I as it begins in her later years. It narrates between Elizabeth and her nemisis cousin Lettice Knollys, giving an insightful look at both women at odds with each other. A masterful telling of the final years of the Virgin Queen. The character development is excellent and the book is a page turner - It is a must read for Tutor fans and those that love a historical fiction novel that captures the time and characters in a way that immerses you into another century.

"Laura's upset with herself for allowing her ex-husband to guilt her into giving him an alibi when his fiancee is murdered. She's certain he couldn't have done it, but mysterious things start happening and Laura's not sure of anything anymore. Max Elliot knows Laura is not being completely truthful with him and he sees that she's struggling with this. He uses their attraction to each other to get close to her, hoping that she'll open up before he discovers her secrets. When there are new murders, Laura realizes she's in over her head and reveals the truth. The killer is leaving Laura messages by leaving odd items in her home. Max discovers the other victims received these items too, and now he's certain that the killer has his sights on Laura next. With Laura's life in danger, Max admits he's fallen in love with her."
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Jigsaw by Margaret St. George - Harlequin Intrigue -133 - March 1990

Laura's upset with herself for allowing her ex-husband to guilt her into giving him an alibi when his fiancee is murdered. She's certain he couldn't have done it, but mysterious things start happening and Laura's not sure of anything anymore. Max Elliot knows Laura is not being completely truthful with him and he sees that she's struggling with this. He uses their attraction to each other to get close to her, hoping that she'll open up before he discovers her secrets. When there are new murders, Laura realizes she's in over her head and reveals the truth. The killer is leaving Laura messages by leaving odd items in her home. Max discovers the other victims received these items too, and now he's certain that the killer has his sights on Laura next. With Laura's life in danger, Max admits he's fallen in love with her.

Ms. St. George has given us a very cleverly plotted whodunit. Max and Laura make a great couple. As they get closer to the meaning of the clues left, their relationship builds. This story has a perfect balance of suspense and romance. I thoroughly enjoyed Max and Laura`s journey to HEA
Painshade
I read this book when it came out in 1990 and always remembered it fondly. Unfortunately, when I reread it recently I learned it wasn't as good as I believed. Laura Penn is dragged into a murder investigation when the prime suspect, her ex-husband, names her as his alibi, then asks her to play along. Laura is horrified, but doesn't believe him guilty so agrees. But when more murders occur, with her ex looking more and more suspicious, Laura begins to fear she made a mistake. Then there are the strange items that begin appearing in her locked home, items linked to each of the murder scenes. Detective Max Elliott knows Laura is lying about something. Can he get her to confide in him before she becomes the next victim?
"Jigsaw" is an acceptable romance. Max and Laura's relationship is developed well, though it won't set the world on fire. This is also one of the most frustrating suspense novels I can remember reading. There aren't that many twists. The only thing that keeps the plot going on so long is the leads' inability to see the obvious. St. George lays out all the necessary clues early on, making it easy for the reader to see where she's going, but the characters consistently refuse to see what's right in front of their faces. I felt like I was having a flashback to when my kids were trying to learn math. 1 + 1 = 3? No. 1 + 1 = 4? No. 1 + 1 = 5? NO! (OK, for the record, my kids were better at math than that!) More than once I threw down the book when the characters dismissed important information or failed to see that 1 plus 1 does equal two. The book also features the kind of climax where the heroine is made vulnerable through sheer stupidity. By the end of this exercise in frustration, I really didn't care if they lived or died. Just as long as they finally got a clue. (On a side note, Laura Gordon tells a similar tale in Intrigue # 282, "Dominoes," which is slightly better. Slightly.)
St. George's other Intrigues, "Murder By the Book" (# 198), "Cache Poor" (# 230) and "The Renegade" (#358) are all far superior to "Jigsaw," which is neither as deep or well written as her later work. I would suggest passing on this one and looking for any of those instead.