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Os Ficheiros Spellman (The Spellmans, #1) Bem vindo ao mundo da fam lia Spellman Eles s o divertidos, muito unidos, calorosos e extremamente competentes e dedicados ao seu trabalho Bom, talvez um bocadinho dedicados de mais Donos de uma ag ncia de investiga o privada que emprega quase todos os membros da fam lia, desenterrar os segredos das vidas alheias a coisa mais natural no seu dia a dia O pior quando j n o conseguem separar o trabalho da vida pessoal Os Ficheiros Spellman ao mesmo tempo uma com dia hilariante e enternecedora e um manual sobre como levar a fam lia loucura tudo por amor. Download Os Ficheiros Spellman (The Spellmans, #1) By Lisa Lutz – wholesalesweetshop.co.uk

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  1. The Spellmans are a dysfunctional family of detectives When Rae, the youngest, goes missing, her sister Izzy drops what she s doing and goes looking for her while delving into the Spellman family s past Who kidnapped Rae Spellman And does it have something to do with a cold case Izzy is working on The Spellman Files reads like Sara Gran on mood elevators The writing style reminds me of ahumorous version of the Claire DeWitt books As for the Spellmans themselves, they remind me of The The Spellmans are a dysfunctional family of detectives When Rae, the youngest, goes missing, her sister Izzy drops what she s doing and goes looking for her while delving into the Spellman family s past Who kidnapped Rae Spellman And does it have something to do with a cold case Izzy is working on The Spellman Files reads like Sara Gran on mood elevators The writing style reminds me of ahumorous version of the Claire DeWitt books As for the Spellmans themselves, they remind me of The Royal Tannenbaums if the Tannenbaums were a family of dysfunctional detectives instead of quirky for the sake of being quirky Wes Anderson characters.I ll be honest Usually, humorous crime mystery books aren t my bag Hell, Lawrence Block and Donald Westlake are two of my favorite authors but the...

  2. This book won t work for some, but head into it in the right frame of mind and it s a fun ride, a modern screwball comedy crossed with spy caper, Harriet the Spy meets Claire DeWitt and the City of the Dead.Isabel is a private investigator in the family business, Spellman Investigations It s been a hard road getting there after a decade of childish rebellion Since David her brother had cornered the market on perfection, I had to settle for mining the depths of my own imperfection Spellman This book won t work for some, but head into it in the right frame of mind and it s a fun ride, a modern screwball comedy crossed with spy caper, Harriet the Spy meets Claire DeWitt and the City of the Dead.Isabel is a private investigator in the family business, Spellman Investigations It s been a hard road getting there after a decade of childish rebellion Since David her brother had cornered the market on perfection, I had to settle for mining the depths of my own imperfection Spellman co workers include younger sister, Rae Rae would eventually throw everything off balance, but I ll get to that later Then there s her parents her mother, Olivia who met her father when she was spying on a potential brother in law, and her father and former police detective, Albert Albert has a special sense of humor His sense of ...

  3. I m one of those people who will forgive anything of a movie or a novel as long as I enjoy the characters If I like the characters, if I find them amusing or admirable or realistic, I ll gladly read hundreds of pages in which nothing really happens just for the pleasure of their company This is one of those novels and, as such, while I enjoyed the hell out of it, I probably won t actively recommend it because I don t want anyone wondering, I don t get it What did she think was so special in I m one of those people who will forgive anything of a movie or a novel as long as I enjoy the characters If I like the characters, if I find them amusing or admirable or realistic, I ll gladly read hundreds of pages in which nothing really happens just for the pleasure of their company This is one of those novels and, as such, while I enjoyed the hell out of it, I probably won t actively recommend it because I don t want anyone wondering, I don t get it What did she think was so special in this thing Nothing really happens Sweet bibliophilia, she book raped me And then there are the awkward months of refusing to make eye contact with me in the hallways, the whispering behind my back She s the one who book raped Edna , and the nervous tics that will ine...

  4. Beach read Funny read I want to be this character read Lisa Lutz, if you ever read this, please don t take it the wrong way By beach read I mean that I was completely entertained, laughed out loud a couple of times, and didn t want to move while I read it Your book sucked me in and kept me there When I had to put it down, the story and characters stayed with me enough so it was easy to pick back up Izzy Spellman reminded me of Thursday Next The Eyre Affair and Jane Charlotte Bad Monk Beach read Funny read I want to be this character read Lisa Lutz, if you ever read this, please don t take it the wrong way By beach read I mean that I was completely entertained, laughed out loud a couple of times, and didn t want to move while I read it Your book sucked me in and kept me there When I had to put it down, the story and characters stayed with me enough so it was easy t...

  5. THE SPELLMAN FILES Private Investigator, Izzy Spellman, San Francisco, Cont PoorLutz, Lisa 1st bookSimon and Schuster, 2007, US Hardcover ISBN 9781415432392First Sentence I duck into the parking garage hoping to escape Izzy Spellman is a private investigator from a family of private investigators Her parents sent Izzy and her brother David out on their first official surveillance when they were 12 and 14 years old respectively Izzy eventually decides to quit the family business THE SPELLMAN FILES Private Investigator, Izzy Spellman, San Francisco, Cont PoorLutz, Lisa 1st bookSimon and Schuster, 2007, US Hardcover ISBN 9781415432392First Sentence I duck into the parking garage hoping to escape Izzy Spellman is a private investigator from a family of private investigators Her parents sent Izzy and her brother David out on their first official surveillance when they were 12 and 14 years old respectively Izzy eventually decides to quit the family business but is told she must take on one last case a fifteen year old cold case of a young man who d gone missing I know I often complain about lack of character development, but not this time The entire book was character development with, oh yes, a plot, as a minor secondary aspect over half way through the...

  6. A deeply hilarious book about Isabel Spellman, a PI in San Francisco, who works for her parents firm The entire Spellman family is deeply weird but strangely functional I loved it, the whole thing the quirky anecdotes about the family, the list of ex boyfriends, the younger sister addicted to surveillance.One small warning before you read this book, take the concept of plot, put it in a drawer in a closet, and don t come back to it until you are done It is a non linear book, and it doesn t A deeply hilarious book about Isabel Spellman, a PI in San Francisco, who works for her parents firm The entire Spellman family is deeply weird but strangely functional I loved it, the whole thing the quirky anecdotes about the family, the list of ex boyfriends, the younger sister addicted to surveillance.One small warning before you read this book, take the concept of plot, put it in a drawer in a closet, and do...

  7. I still haven t forgiven this book for looking so appealing on my own, personal also, in my bedroom bookshelf that my daughter, who was about 12 at the time and a precocious reader, snitched it from my shelf and read it I didn t find out until after she was finished It s not the worst thing in the world that she could have read at that age, but it has some adult content that, let s just say, I wasn t quite ready for her to be exposed to yet And yes, it was totally the book s fault and not m I still haven t forgiven this book for looking so appealing on my own, personal also, in my bedroom bookshelf that my daughter, who was about 12 at the time and a precocious reader, snitched it from my shelf and read it I didn t find out until after she was finished It s not the worst thing in the world that she could have read at that age, but it has some adult content that, let s just say, I wasn t quite ready for her to be exposed to yet And yes, it was totally the book s fault and not mine Although now I do tend to hide my adult content books in harder to find places Anyway, this was a fairly enjoyable, humorous read about a quirky family of private investigators, the latest mystery they re trying to solve, and their relationships with each other and with other people The MC, Isab...

  8. Every once in a great while I stumble across a writer who just gets it, one who possesses The Humor that elusive knack for expressing razor sharp wit by fusing language and wordplay with insight into human nature and the ironies surfacing in relational complexity Lisa Lutz looms large in this category This opening entry in her series about the Spellman family introduces a spirited line up of family members whose San Francisco private investigation business facilitates honing inquiry skills o Every once in a great while I stumble across a writer who just gets it, one who possesses The Humor that elusive knack for expressing razor sharp wit by fusing language and wordplay with insight into human nature and the ironies surfacing in relational complexity Lisa Lutz looms large in this category This opening entry in her series about the Spellman family introduces a spirited line up of family members whose San Francisco private investigation business facilitates honing inquiry skills on each other through surveillance, background checks, and tough negotiations over everyt...

  9. As a mystery novel No As a cute and funny chick lit novel Yes.I asked my librarian to help me find a book that was good, but not sad, violent, or about animals What I don t like sappy books about animals. I wanted something mind numbing to pass the time Something kind of funny maybe She gave me this book and told me, My mother really loved it I really tried to smile at her when she said that There s a possibility it lookedlike a grimace But I took it anyway, because it s just As a mystery novel No As a cute and funny chick lit novel Yes.I asked my librarian to help me find a book that was good, but not sad, violent, or about animals What I don t like sappy books about animals. I wanted something mind numbing to pass the time Something kind of funny maybe She gave me this book and told me, My mother really loved it I really tried to smile at her when she said that There s ...

  10. My casual reading didn t used to come with homeworkAnyway, that was fun If required to succinctly sum up the mode, I d dub it family dramady An alternatively functional family of P.I.s in contemporary San Francisco combine variously to drive each other around the bend The main character reminded me of that tune of Sheryl Crow s, which I mentally dubbed the borderline personality girlfriend song , the title of which escapes me just now might have been Man Enough to Be My Man.That p My casual reading didn t used to come with homeworkAnyway, that was fun If required to succinctly sum up the mode, I d dub it family dramady An alternatively functional family of P.I.s in contemporary San Francisco combine variously to drive each other around the bend The main character reminded me of that tune of Sheryl Crow s, w...

  11. Well, I can honestly say that I have never read anything quite like this This family was insane Hilarious for us, but quite dysfunctional Pretty much everyone in the family, except the odd man out, David, works as a private investigator for the family company Privacy is an alien concept to the Spellmans To keep information to yourself in this family you ll need to lie, dodge tails, and constantly check for bugs It s an interesting lifestyle, but it s getting exhausting for Izzy Izzy had a Well, I can honestly say that I have never read anything quite like this This family was insane Hilarious for us, but quite dysfunctional Pretty much everyone in the family, except the odd man out, David, works as a private investigator for the family company Privacy is an alien concept to the Spellmans To keep information to yourself in this family you ll need to lie, dodge tails, and constantly check for bugs It s an interesting lifestyle, but it s getting exhausting for Izzy Izzy had an interesting childhood She ran wild constantly and worried her family I didn t mind hearing about her previous escapades, but I did find it odd that her parents were so accepting of her alcohol and drug use while she was still a minor and living in their house I also found it odd that Izzy seemed to fondly reminisce about th...

  12. Annoying people doing stupid things does not automatically equal funny.