Maggie Terry

Maggie Terry

Title:Maggie Terry
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781936932399
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:265 pages

Post-rehab, Maggie Terry wants nothing more than to rebuild her life in hopes of being reunited with her daughter. But her first day as private investigator lands her in the middle of a sensational new case: actress strangled. To solve this mystery, ...


    Maggie Terry Reviews

  • Emily

    I just finished this book, and man, y’all. I really liked it. “Really liked” didn’t always translate to “was riveted by” or even “consistently enjoyed reading,” but I have to say—as ...

  • Macartney

    No one can write a book like Sarah Schulman can write a book. Ostensibly a “murder mystery”, this slim novel explores so much: addiction, a changed New York, the political climate of 2017, police ...

  • Sofia

    Recently I watched Nicole Kidman's Destroyer, a film about an addict (apparently functional), detective which I could not finish, I preferred investing in my beauty sleep instead.So I entered this one...

  • Debbie Notkin

    Full disclosure: Sarah Schulman is my first cousin. We are not close now, but we did see a good deal of each other growing up. I am a long-time admirer of (most of) her work.Maggie Terry is a mystery ...

  • Kelly

    I love Sarah Schulman so much I forgot I pre-ordered this book and ordered it a second time. Worth it though. My only complaint is that it was too short and I finished reading it too fast....

  • Melissa

    I don't usually like to compare one book to another, but Maggie Terry is so much like a Claire DeWitt novel if Claire decided to get sober, I can't help but make the reference. This is a really incred...

  • Jeff

    So many problems with this book. Not one of the characters rings true, with the possible exception of the ex-girlfriend.Maggie is a WASP, but in name only. She exhibits absolutely no characteristics o...

  • Morgan M. Page

    Sarah Schulman continues to expand on her long-standing philosophy about people's inability to problem solve and its consequences in her new detective novel, Maggie Terry. Following the story of a rec...

  • E

    Everyone was in a state of confusion because the president was insane.With a first sentence like that, how could I not take this book home with me? This novel is about much more than a murder mystery....

  • Rachy Rach

    I have mixed feelings about this book. While I read it relatively quickly, there were many things I didn’t like about it, such as:-the main character spends the entire book complaining about everyth...