Good Bones and Simple Murders

Good Bones and Simple Murders

Large Print - 1994
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Chapters: List of Naval Ships of Germany, List of Naval Ship Classes of Germany, List of German U-Boats, List of Battlecruisers of Germany, List of German Federal Navy Ships, List of German Imperial Navy Ships, List of Kriegsmarine Ships, List of Battleships of Germany, List of Cruisers of Germany, List of German Navy Ships, List of Successful U-Boats, List of U-Boat Types, List of Current German Frigates, List of Destroyers of Germany. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 209. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: The list of naval ships of Germany includes all naval ships which have been in service of the German Navy or its predecessors. See also: Contents: Top 09 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z ...More: http: //booksllc.net/?id=25000
Publisher: Rockland, MA : Wheeler Pub., c1994
Edition: large print ed
ISBN: 9781568951720
1568951728
Branch Call Number: LARGE PRINT Atwood
Characteristics: vi, 169 p. : ill. ; 24 cm

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Apr 22, 2016

My favorite stories were Unpopular Gals, the evil fairy tale characters explaining things from their point of view. Simmering, because how could you not like a world where men are judged by their cooking and carving knives. Happy Endings, an adventure into marriage and all the kinda happy endings you might get. Liking Men, for it's honest portrayal of rape. And Simple Murders just because.

KateHillier Nov 15, 2014

It's a little book but it is not a fast book. Margaret Atwood has given us little snapshots and scribblings of various things. Nothing is probably longer than ten pages so it seems fast and furious but there is a lot going on in all of them. Like most collections of anything there are some all stars and some that sort of fall flat but in this case all of them do make you think. The first story is probably the best for setting the tone - the reader is the victim and the writer is the murderer.

As is usual with Atwood there's a lot of meta and feminist themes going on in some of them. I love the story that's Gertrude's point of view of Hamlet, for example. It does quite tiring as you hit the end of the volume though it does end on a high note almost as strong as the first story. Anyone who loves Atwood I'm sure will enjoy this, and I did enjoy most of it.

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