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The Spellman Files by Lisa Lutz

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Published by Thorndike Press .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • American Novel And Short Story,
  • Fiction,
  • Fiction - Mystery/ Detective,
  • Mystery & Detective - Women Sleuths,
  • Family Life,
  • Large type books,
  • Private investigators

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages535
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8137775M
ISBN 10078629406X
ISBN 109780786294060
OCLC/WorldCa82772691

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The first book in this series was published under the title ‘The Spellman Files’. It was released by the Recorded Books in the year Its story is basically set in San Francisco, California, The united States and features the characters Rae Spellman, Olivia Spellman, Isabel Spellman, David Spellman, and Albert Spellman. The Spellmans Series 6 primary works • 9 total works Isabele Izzy Spellman, a year old sleuth working for her parents private investigation firm, in San Francisco, California: More.   The Spellman Files is a fantastically fun and light-hearted read, but by no means fluffy. There is substance here and I thought it was absolutely brilliant. I am really looking forward to reading the next book in the series, The Spellman's Curse, and finding out what other mischief Isabel and her family can get themselves into/5().   The Spellman Files starts out funny and does not let up Simply put, this tale of the Spellman family is irresistible, and you hate to see the romp end.” —St. Louis Post-Dispatch “Lutz is one smart-mouthed writer, but the genuine surprise of The Spellman Files is that it's almost as touching as it is funny.” —New York Daily News4/4(35).

  A spirited, funny debut from screenwriter Lutz that mixes chick-lit, mystery and a dose of TV nostalgia. Isabel Spellman has family issues. Her parents are a mismatched pair of private investigators who routinely run credit and background checks Author: Lisa Lutz. "The Spellman Files is hilarious, outrageous, and hip. Izzy Spellman, P.I., is a total original, with a voice so fresh and real, you want more, more, more. At long last, we know what Nancy Drew would have been like had she come from a family of lovable crackpots. Lisa Lutz has created a delicious comedy with skill and truth. I loved it."Released on: Febru “The Spellman Files”, first novel in the “The Spellmans” series, was published in Written in first person, from the point of view of Izzy herself, the novel introduces the reader to the Spellman family, which we soon learn is populated with eccentric and intriguing characters. The Spellman Files (Unabridged) I love this book and this version of the audiobook (unabridged narrated by Christina Moore) is THE version to get. The other narrator isn't bad but Moore captures the snark amazingly well. I had first heard this from my local library and was frustrated that I was unable to purchase it until now.

Lisa Lutz is an American author of mystery novels and a screenwriter. She started out writing Hollywood screenplays – one of which was rejected and became the beginning of her Izzy Spellman series, The Spellman was able to get one screenplay made, a . The information about The Spellman Files shown above was first featured in "The BookBrowse Review" - BookBrowse's online-magazine that keeps our members abreast of notable and high-profile books publishing in the coming weeks. In most cases, the reviews are necessarily limited to those that were available to us ahead of publication. If you are the publisher or author of this .   The funniest book I've read in years!" — Lauren Weisberger, author of The Devil Wears Prada and Everyone Worth Knowing "The Spellman Files is hilarious, outrageous, and hip. Izzy Spellman, P.I., is a total original, with a voice so fresh and real, you want more, more, more/5().   This book is much closer to a family comedy, or even workplace comedy, than it is to a book that hangs its story on a big mystery to be solved by the central character, preferably with gunfire. "The Spellman Files" is not one of those books, and though it is funny, it has serious underpinnings, which become evident by the end.5/5(5).