Miss Melville Regrets (Susan Melville #1)



What Can A Woman Do Susan Melville S Trust Fund Is Dwindling, Her Teaching Job Is Terminated, Her Lover Is Abroad For The Season, And Her Apartment Is Going Co Op So Naturally Miss Melville Decides To Shoot Herself At A Posh Society Party Unfortunately, She Misses And Kills The Guest Of Honor Instead When She Slips Out The Door, A Stranger Follows He Thanks Her For Doing The Job For Him, And Miss Melville S New Career Is Born.Of Course She Has Scruples Miss Melville Won T Kill Just Anybody, But She S About To Face A Job That Even She Will Find A Challenge Of The Most Dangerous Order, An Assignment She Just Might Regret For GoodMiss Melville Regrets (Susan Melville #1)

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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 280 pages
  • Miss Melville Regrets (Susan Melville #1)
  • Evelyn E. Smith
  • English
  • 07 May 2018
  • 0449212599

10 thoughts on “Miss Melville Regrets (Susan Melville #1)

  1. says:

    Well I was on the fence between 3 and 4 stars here as there are parts of the book I was a little bored with These are mostly the intermediate chapters about the foibles fastidious problems on Miss Melville concerning her family, friends and emotions However without these there would be a significant loss of plot exposition so, okay they got a bit slow at times but there were also some humorous breaks in that so, readable.See Miss Melville was brought up wealth and is a very proper person W Well I was on the fence between 3 and 4 stars here as there are parts of the book I was a little bored with These are mostly the intermediate chapters about the foibles fastidious problems on Miss Melville concerning her family, friends and emotions However without these there would be a significant loss of plot exposition so, okay they got a bit slow at times but there were also some humorous breaks in that so, readable.See Miss Melville was brought up wealth and is a very proper person When finding herself virtually penniless as an almost middle aged lady with no way out of that predicament, well there seems only one way out.She add appealed ...

  2. says:

    Susan Melville grew up the privileged, wealthy daughter of New York blue bloods, assured of her comfortable place in Society But it s the 1980s, and the city has changed since Wharton s era The Melville money is gone and Susan s rent controlled apartment is being sold out from under her to form condos In despair, she sneaks into a party with the object of committing suicide But as she pulls her father s gun from her purse, she questions why she should die and the unscrupulous businessman who Susan Melville grew up the privileged, wealthy daughter of New York blue bloods, assured of her comfortable place in Society But it s the 1980s, and the city has changed since Wharton s era The Melville money is gone and Susan s rent controlled apartment is being sold out from under her to form condos In despair, she sneaks into a party with the object of committing suicide But as she pulls her father s gun from her purse, she questions why she should die and the unscrupulous businessman who bought her building should live Filled with righteous indignation, she shoots him To her surprise, she is hustled out of th...

  3. says:

    An upper crust lady d un certain age accidentally finds herself a career as an assassin Read and enjoyed when I was a teenager, and occasionally vaguely thought of since I d forgotten the title but not the plot But while digging up information about Evelyn Smith, a riotously funny author of science fiction short stories in 1950s Galaxy magazines available now on Gutenberg , I serendipitously discovered that the author of these was the same as the author of that, and Miss Melville Regr An upper crust lady d un certain age accidentally finds herself a career as an assassin Read and enjoyed when I was a teenager, and occasionally ...

  4. says:

    Well written story that is so subtly funny that I have read it twice when I needed a good laugh, a quick read, and a reminder that there s a job for everyone And you ll love the targets that she ll accept.It s too bad that security cameras, CSI and modern forensics have made this series out dated It leaves you longing for the good old days, when middle aged spinsters could get away with murder I m so excited to learn that there arebooks and that it s a series I found this at a thrift s Well written story that is so subtly funny that I have read it twice w...

  5. says:

    There needs to bebooks about middle aged lady assassins who gatecrash charity dos.

  6. says:

    I loved this book I wasn t really prepared for the quick turn it took and found myself itching to find out what happened next Well written and I adored the humor It had me laughing out loud I m a Miss Melville fan

  7. says:

    Fun book to read What I would call a cozy mystery only the main character Miss Melville is an assassin The adventure begins with the first chapter Quick easy reading and humorous.

  8. says:

    My Rating System couldn t finish, wouldn t recommend, would recommend, would read again, have read again.

  9. says:

    I read this sometime in the 70 s I thought it was very funny I don t think I have run across anything quite like it since.

  10. says:

    I enjoyed reading this book I could see in my minds eye a movie tv show as I read I plan on gettingof the books in this series, such a fun read.

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