So Faux, So Good

So Faux, So Good By Tamar Myers, So Faux So Good Every shroud has a silver liningAbigail Timberlake owner of the Den of Antiquity has never been happier She is about to marry the man of her dreams and has just outbid all other Charlotte North Car
  • Title: So Faux, So Good
  • Author: Tamar Myers
  • ISBN: 9780380792542
  • Page: 347
  • Format: Paperback
  • So Faux, So Good By Tamar Myers, Every shroud has a silver liningAbigail Timberlake, owner of the Den of Antiquity, has never been happier She is about to marry the man of her dreams and has just outbid all other Charlotte, North Carolina, antique dealers for an exquisite English tea service Then Mama who is running off to be a nun stops by to deliver an early wedding present, and it rains on Abby s pEvery shroud has a silver liningAbigail Timberlake, owner of the Den of Antiquity, has never been happier She is about to marry the man of her dreams and has just outbid all other Charlotte, North Carolina, antique dealers for an exquisite English tea service Then Mama who is running off to be a nun stops by to deliver an early wedding present, and it rains on Abby s parade The one of a kind tea service Abby paid big bucks for has a twin A frazzled Abby finds trouble on her doorstep literally when a local auctioneer mysteriously collapses outside her shop and a press clipping of her engagement announcement turns up in the wallet of a dead man Obviously she won t be getting a wedding present from him Tracing the deceased to a small town in the Pennsylvania Dutch country, Abby heads above the Mason Dixon Line to search for clues to the origins of faux tea services Accompanied by a trio of eccentric dealers and her beloved but stressed out cat, she longs for her Southern homeland as she confronts a menagerie of dubious characters Digging for answers, Abby realizes that she might just be digging her own grave in horrors Yankeeland.
    So Faux, So Good By Tamar Myers, So Faux, So Good Den of Antiquity, by Tamar Myers So Faux, So Good book Read reviews from the world s largest community for readers Every shroud has a silver liningAbigail Timberlake, owner of the So Faux, So Good A Den of Antiquity Mystery Myers Reading the back cover of this So Faux, So Good was the best part of my reading experience The main character Abigail Timberlake seems to whine, wail, or shriek throughout most of So Faux, So Good All of the characters from Abigail, herself, to her mother, friends, and ALL other characters in this novel are really annoying. So Faux, So Good Den of Antiquity Book Kindle The main character Abigail Timberlake seems to whine, wail, or shriek throughout most of So Faux, So Good All of the characters from Abigail, herself, to her mother, friends, and ALL other characters in this novel are really annoying Like C.J who tells the most unbelievable stories tall tales. So Faux, So Good book by Tamar Myers ThriftBooks So Faux, So Good is a well plotted, fast moving story, and you ll want to read it in one sitting Myers tales are absorbing and delightful, sweeping the reader along on a rip tide of action It s the perfect book for a muggy summer afternoon When it s too hot to move, immerse yourself in Abby s world. SO Abigail Women s Faux Fur Winter Boots SO Abigail Women s Faux Fur Winter Boots View Larger Clearance . Regular . Please Select a Size Size Please Select a Size . . . . . Color Chestnut Quantity minus Add to List Find in Store Embrace your inner snow bunny with these Abigail winter boots from SO So Faux, So Good NYLon Living Sep , So Faux, So Good September , Filed under Shopaholic I m starting a love affair with faux flowers I can not believe it myself But, we re not talking the plasticky, old school artificial flowers The new variety faux flowers, made of silk and cotton, are as beautiful to touch as to admire.
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    1. Tamar Myers

      Tamar Myers was born and raised in the Belgian Congo now just the Congo Her parents were missionaries to a tribe which, at that time, were known as headhunters and used human skulls for drinking cups Hers was the first white family ever to peacefully coexist with the tribe, and Tamar grew up fluent in the local trade language Because of her pale blue eyes, Tamar s nickname was Ugly Eyes.Tamar grew up eating elephant, hippopotamus and even monkey She attended a boarding school that was two days away by truck, and sometimes it was necessary to wade through crocodile infested waters to reach it Other dangers she encountered as a child were cobras, deadly green mambas, and the voracious armies of driver ants that ate every animal and human that didn t get out of their way.In 1960 the Congo, which had been a Belgian colony, became an independent nation There followed a period of retribution for heinous crimes committed against the Congolese by the Belgians in which many Whites were killed Tamar and her family fled the Congo, but returned a year later By then a number of civil wars were raging, and the family s residence was often in the line of fire In 1964, after living through three years of war, the family returned to the United States permanently.Tamar was sixteen when her family settled in America, and she immediately underwent severe culture shock She didn t know how to dial a telephone, cross a street at a stoplight, or use a vending machine She lucked out, however, by meeting her husband, Jeffrey, on her first day in an American high school They literally bumped heads while he was leaving, and she entering, the Civics classroom.Tamar now calls Charlotte, NC home She lives with her husband, plus a Basenji dog named Pagan, a Bengal cat named Nkashama, and an orange tabby rescue cat named Dumpster Boy She and her husband are of the Jewish faith, the animals are not.Tamar enjoys gardening she is a Master Gardner , bonsai, travel, painting and, of course, reading She loves Thai and Indian food, and antique jewelry She plans to visit Machu Pichu in the near future.Series Pennsylvania Dutch Mystery Den of Antiquity Mystery

    293 thoughts on “So Faux, So Good”

    1. I would have given this cozy 3 1 2 stars, if possible It was my first read by Tamar Myers Her main character runs the Den of Antiquity, an antique store, in North Carolina Tamar has written a whole series of cozies, starring an amateur sleuth antiques expert, with wonderful puns used as titles In fact, one of the elements I liked in this book was her use of puns and specific vocabulary to create humour The main character has several eccentric friends who accompany her on her journey to the dread [...]


    2. This series is so crazy I really enjoyed this book because part of it took place about 70 miles from my home town I love her terms, they sound pretty central Pennsylvania to me.


    3. I have only read this one in the series I will not read any The character development is almost non existent I felt my intelligence insulted Interesting word play at points, some meaningless diversions added The worst part were the many cliches The only highlight for me was the location Charlotte, NC south to Rock Hill, SC.



    4. This novel was dripping with so many of the author s idea of witty Southernisms, similes, and metaphors, as to distract from the story line There were some implausibilities in the story, plus I thought it false advertising that the cat on the cover was a black and white piebald, yet the cat in the book was yellow, a minor point but one which I thought the editor should have caught Interaction between the heroine and her cat didn t ring true to a real cat person, and characters were caricatures [...]


    5. 4 in the Den of Antiquity series Author Myers has two long running series and the protagonists meet in this entry.Abigail Timberlake owns an antique shop in Charlotte, NC in this series and Magdelena Yoder runs the PennDutch Inn in Hernia, PA in the Pennsylvania Dutch series Den of Antiquity series Abby buys an expensive silver serving set and then receives an exact duplicate from her mother as a gift A traffic fatality from Hernia, PA has her engagement announcement in his wallet Abby and frien [...]


    6. More continuity errors Mama seems to have grown a few inches for this book Kitty now only eats liver flavored wet food and still has his claws The ring Abby once kept licked away in a safe deposit box is now being worn and it is lost to save her life The writing isn t bad enough for me to stop reading It s actually humorous, and only a few giggles are due to mistakes in grammar, punctuation, spelling, and lack of continuity The majority of the giggles are for the writing.


    7. Ever since I spotted it once walking through the library years ago I have wanted to read this book That title is so clever, I have been thinking of it forever.I was really let down by this book Maybe it is because I couldn t find the first three books and am coming in at book 4, but I really didn t like it I thought the characters were horribly written and couldn t connect to them at all Her cute wit in creating titles, failed her everywhere else.


    8. not the best The characters were just too cutesy exaggerated faux Southern really, a man named Brando Marlon and the story was a little less than believeable to me I probably won t read any other Den of Antiquity mysteries by this author but I may try a book or two of her other series before totally omitting her from my list


    9. I enjoyed this one than the last Abby goes to Hernia, Pennsylvania, the setting of the PennDutch series and meets the characters of the Magdalena books This one was fun and filled with crazy situations that made Abby much human and vulnerable.


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