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Miss Julia Paints the Town by Ann B Ross Miss Julia knows how to size every situation up and does it in a hurry when it comes to any changes to her town That s not all Julia is capable ofshe knows how to express her feelings on every idea or insinuation that comes her way That s what I love about Miss Julia.The person I must lift up and praise is the narrator for the Miss Julia seriesCynthia Darlow Cynthia not only narrates the story, she brings each character to life and does it with Miss Julia Paints the Town by Ann B Ross Miss Julia knows how to size every situation up and does it in a hurry when it comes to any changes to her town That s not all Julia is capable ofshe knows how to express her feelings on every idea or insinuation that comes her way That s what I love about Miss Julia.The person I must lift up and praise is the narrator for the Miss Julia seriesCynthia Darlow Cynthia not only narrates the story, she brings each character to life and does it with perfection These characters are male, female, youngsters Lloyd , teens, young people and elderly She does a magnificent job and this story is a perfect example of her artistic ability Cynthia is one very good reason why I have enjoyed so many of the books in the Miss Julia series [[ Free ]] ↛ Miss Julia Paints the Town ✑ Development threatens Abbotsville, but not for long when Miss Julia takes on the cause When developers threaten to bulldoze the old courthouse to make way for condominiums, Miss Julia is dismayed She enlists the help of Etta Mae Wiggins in a plot to scare off the money by exposing the town s many eccentric characters Abbotsville has plenty of local color of the kind not usually listed in brochures for upscale condos Tonya s sex change, Julia s stint as a biker chick, Brother Vern s evangelistic passion, and a mysterious apparition on a church wall As if this isn t enough to keep Miss Julia busy, she soon also discovers that several of her friends husbands have vanished, and her own husband seems to be as scarce as hen s teeth Marriages, divorces, fraud charges, and reconciliations all play out against a backdrop of Miss Julia s struggle to save Abbotsville s historic courthouse, her marriage, and her sanity Miss Julia Paints the Town is another rollicking good ride for fans of the winning series Life continues to hold excitement in Abbotsville, NC in Miss Julia Paints the Town by Ann B Ross First, her friend s husband disappears with a lot of money that people have invested through him As her friend mourns the loss of her husband, having given him up for loss, another man in the town disappears and then another This keeps Sam, Miss Julia s retired lawyer husband, busy trying to represent the wives and find practicing lawyers for them to help the women out Read the rest of this revi Life continues to hold excitement in Abbotsville, NC in Miss Julia Paints the Town by Ann B Ross First, her friend s husband disappears with a lot of money that people have invested through him As her friend mourns the loss of her husband, having given him up for loss, another man in the town disappears and then another This keeps Sam, Miss Julia s retired lawyer husband, busy trying to represent the wives and find practicing lawyers for them to help the women out Read the rest of this review and other fun, geeky articles at Fangirl Nation A visit with Miss Julia is always so much fun She gets herself into such interesting situations This is a woman that I would really like to spend some time with Watching her develop through the series has been such a hoot and I m anxious to read on to enjoy her next wacky adventure. I picked this up from the library hoping it d be about a plucky protagonist with a quirky attitude who would stop at nothing to save the day Well, I was right, but not in the way I was expecting.I seem to have stumbled upon the ninth novel in a series of novels intended for an audience composed primarily of people who are not me By which I mean, I didn t like this book all that much, but most of my objections are based on personal taste and not on the book itself If you ve enjoyed previous Mi I picked this up from the library hoping it d be about a plucky protagonist with a quirky attitude who would stop at nothing to save the day Well, I was right, but not in the way I was expecting.I seem to have stumbled upon the ninth novel in a series of novels intended for an audience composed primarily of people who are not me By which I mean, I didn t like this book all that much, but most of my objections are based on personal taste and not on the book itself If you ve enjoyed previous Miss Julia books, or books in a similar vein, you ll probably like this one I m just not all that captivated by the machinations of a small town, its impending evil developer, and the relationships among the residents of Abbotsville.Aside from my personal tastes, however, there were some aspects of the book I disliked It felt rushed, especially toward the end, where the numerous plotlines began to collide in a wibbly wobbly fashion The protagonist s mood seems to vacillate with remarkable speed as she changes her plans several times over, attempting to compensate for every new iota of information she receives While this may be prudent in real life, it s distracting in fiction.The characters are cardboard cutouts, as stereotypical as they come The plot is predictable and plodding at times However, this istypical of the entire genre in which this novel resides, so perhaps you won t mind this if you already read this series as a matter of course or you ll simply think I m crazy and ignore me Having been a fan of Miss Julila since the beginning of the series, I had become less than enthusiastic with the last book because the author had turned her into a worrisome, fretting, fraidy cat, which was totally out of character with the original book Well, in this book, she s back This time, Miss Julia it taking on Arthur Kessler, a developer from New Jersey, who wants to tear down the old courthouse and erect an 8 story condominium complex for retired people, people who will move in from Having been a fan of Miss Julila since the beginning of the series, I had become less than enthusiastic with the last book because the author had turned her into a worrisome, fretting, fraidy cat, which was totally out of character with the original book Well, in this book, she s back This time, Miss Julia it taking on Arthur Kessler, a developer from New Jersey, who wants to tear down the old courthouse and erect an 8 story condominium complex for retired people, people who will move in from big cities and change everything, not to mention the insult of a high rise right on Main Street So Miss Julia sets out to dissuade Mr Kessler from his plans as she shows him thecolorful people of town Meanwhile, three prominent husbands have taken off for parts unknown and the town is full of speculation on their whereabouts And of course, Pastor Ledbetter has a few words to say about wives who want to divorce their errant husbands It s all a big convoluted adventure, as usual, with Miss Julia leading the crusade for justice.I only gave this book three stars because the plots, while entertaining, have become rather predictable You know what to expect from the characters, who are as familiar as your own family, so there s no laugh out loud surprises at the antics At least, thank goodness, Miss Julia has recovered her spunk and gumption again, which I sorely missed in the last book that I read Miss Julia defies type whether she s skulking around in the middle of the night or putting one in their place with a look, she s always a hoot The story of a northern developer coming to Abbotsville to tear down the semi historic courthouse for condos takes a backseat to the unusual absence of many of Miss Julia s friends husbands The cast of characters has been refined throughout the stories, so not much time is wasted on explaining who people are and we get right into the meat of the st Miss Julia defies type whether she s skulking around in the middle of the night or putting one in their place with a look, she s always a hoot The story of a northern developer coming to Abbotsville to tear down the semi historic courthouse for condos takes a backseat to the unusual absence of many of Miss Julia s friends husbands The cast of characters has been refined throughout the stories, so not much time is wasted on explaining who people are and we get right into the meat of the story Spent a hilarious day yesterday with the inimitable Miss Julia and her goodhearted yet quirky antics Her indirect approach to stopping the old Abbottsville courthouse from being destroyed replaced with an eight story condo and her interactions with Abbottsville s exaggerated cast of friends and characters had me laughing aloud onthan one occasion When I finish a Miss Julia book, it feels a little to quiet, as if I ve been visiting family and have to leave them behind in order to retu Spent a hilarious day yesterday with the inimitable Miss Julia and her goodhearted yet quirky antics Her indirect approach to stopping the old Abbottsville courthouse from being destroyed replaced with an eight story condo and her interactions with Abbottsville s exaggerated cast of friends and characters had me laughing aloud onthan one occasion When I finish a Miss Julia book, it feels a little to quiet, as if I ve been visiting family and have to leave them behind in order to return home from the vacation I love Miss Julia I enjoy the old style southern influences in the text, such as bumbershoot, umbrella Miss Julia books are entertaining and move along at a gentle pace.A pleasant reread