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The Bluest Blood

The Bluest Blood For English teacher Amanda Pepper the champagne gala on behalf of Philly Prep s library is her introduction to the ultrarich Main Line society an evening so extravagant that nothing can tarnish the p

  • Title: The Bluest Blood
  • Author: Gillian Roberts
  • ISBN: 9780345423153
  • Page: 281
  • Format: Paperback
  • For English teacher Amanda Pepper, the champagne gala on behalf of Philly Prep s library is her introduction to the ultrarich Main Line society an evening so extravagant that nothing can tarnish the party not even a group of protesters outside burning the host in effigy The Moral Ecologists, who vehemently claim that reading pollutes the mind, will do anything toFor English teacher Amanda Pepper, the champagne gala on behalf of Philly Prep s library is her introduction to the ultrarich Main Line society an evening so extravagant that nothing can tarnish the party not even a group of protesters outside burning the host in effigy The Moral Ecologists, who vehemently claim that reading pollutes the mind, will do anything to advance their agenda And when her affluent new acquaintances, Neddy and Tea Roederer, prove to be just as deceitful and violent Amanda learns firsthand that the bluest blood bleeds just as red Especially when it comes to murder

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    1. Oh no, I thought at first, here she goes again. After the crazy white supremacists in a previous book, in this one it's the crazy bigots against youth-corrupting-books. And Amanda Pepper, the English teacher/occasional sleuth and main character, just isn't all that believable when single-handedly fighting Evil with a capital E.Reading on, I was therefore pleasantly surprised to see this 8th book in the series return to what made me like Mandy in the first place. The writing is still flawless, Am [...]


    2. I read this book without having read the earlier books in the series, but I didn't feel at a disadvantage for having done that. Gillian Roberts presents her heroine, Amanda Pepper, in a way that makes us feel as if we've always known her. She's a spunky English teacher, teaching at a private school, with some amateur sleuthing abilities that we see as the novel progresses. I didn't find the twist ending surprising, but it still kept me engaged. Even though I had a pretty good guess at the who, a [...]


    3. I am new to Gillian Roberts (the nom de plume of Judith Greber) and her series staring Philadelphia High School English teacher Amanda Pepper. I like Pepper who, like her name, has spunk. She is also kind and dedicated to her students. She loves the arts and yearns to live in the palatial home of one of her students, which she and her police detective lover visit one evening. Her longings are disturbed by the presence of a loathsome protester and things go downhill from there. Her school princip [...]


    4. How do I pick my favorite Amanda Pepper novel from the series? Each one is a treat but this one may become my all-time favorite. Chapter 3 begins with the pronouncement from Amanda - "Monday morning is never the emotional highlight of my week" It certainly captures my thoughts of every Monday morning as the alarm goes off. Monday's alarm just seems to 'ring' louder and longer.I love the humor that Gillian Roberts brings to her novels. I love all the "Philly-isms" and the schoolteacher thoughts a [...]


    5. Amanda Pepper, English teacher at the private school, Philly Prep, is invited to a gala at the home of the ultra rich Roederers--purported descendants of Ben Franklin and various royalty of Europe. At the gala, she meets up with another student's step-father who is a member of a group wanting to ban books because the pollute the minds of children. Murders, hangings in effigy, lies, hysterics and danger before there is a solution to the mayhem. Good twist at the end, but not what I expected.


    6. I am quite a fan of this series, especially living in the Philadelphia area. This book took longer than most to get going but once it did I really enjoyed the story. Not my favorite by Gillian but still worth a read!


    7. Amanda Pepper teacher in Philly. She and CK attend a gala for her school at a mansion on the Main Line. Meeting the Roederers was an experience which leads her into investigating more than one murder. I liked this book because it talks about censorship of books even though a cozy fun mystery.


    8. This was a good unraveling mystery. As with the other novels in this series, Amanda is not perfect and makes mistakes, but rather as an average person rather than something weird that moves the plot along.






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