Allreaders.com

Message Board

Carolyn Haines Message Board
Talk about the novels, new and used books that Haines has written!

Author Haines's Book Reviews

Buried Bones
Sarah Booth Delaney has moved back from NYC to her native Mississippi Delta in order to save her family home and get her life in order. It's very difficult when along with the house she has inherited a busybody ghost determined to marry Sarah Booth off-while Sarah is busy setting herself up as a PI and solve the murder of forgotten Southern literary hero, Lawrence Ambrose. Very fast paced and funny entertaining....
Crossed Bones
Delacorte, April 2003, 3.95, 395 pp. ISBN 0385336594 The Mississippi Delta and her home Dahlia House are in Sara Booth's Delaney's blood. She will do almost anything in her power to keep them both, even work as a private detective. Almost anything excludes marrying a man from her social set and letting him take care of her even though Jitty, the ghost of her great great great grandmother nanny, wants the last Delaney married. Sarah Booth is ...
Hallowed Bones
Delacorte, Apr 2004, 23.95, 352 pp. ISBN: 0385337787 The Delaney Detective Agency moves into its new office in Zinnia, Mississippi. Owner Sarah Booth Delaney and her friend Tinkie Richmond are delighted with their new setting including a Kinky Friedman inspired red phone. They get a client right away when New Orleans based Sister Mary Magdalen hires Sarah to prove that healer Doreen Mallory did not kill her ten week old daughter Rebekah, who su...
Splintered Bones
Delcorte, March 2002, 24.95, 308 pp. ISBN: 0385335903 In Zinnia, Mississippi the old code of the south still reigns supreme. “Daddy's Girls”, those females who grow up the daughter of a rich man and learn all they can to marry a wealthy man are in plentiful supply. Sara Booth Delaney started life as a “Daddy's Girl” but when her parents died in a freak accident, she had to grow up in a hurry. Although she wants to keep the family estate o...