Hotel Paradise Resources & Further Study

Martha Grimes
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Grimes, Martha. In Contemporary Authors, Vol. 117. Detroit: Gale Research, 1986. A brief entry with biographical and bibliographical information.

Review of Hotel Paradise. Kirkus Reviews (March 1, 1996). A critic for Kirkus Reviews claims "The originality here—the convention of a radically disempowered detective set against a densely imagined but indifferent world—will remind some readers of Barbara Vine, others of the Henry James of In the Cage and The Awkward Age."

Review of Hotel Paradise. Publishers Weekly (May, 1996). A reviewer for Publishers Weekly calls Hotel Paradise a "provocative study of lonely people and a delightful read. The suspense is value-added."

Melton, Emily. Review of Hotel Paradise.

Booklist (March 15, 1996). Calling the book "an enchanting read" and "one of the year's best," Melton praises the character of Emma as she investigates Mary-Evelyn's death.

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