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Monk finds life is nice and simple when you don’t think too hard about what you’re doing or the lies you tell yourself. Believing his relationship with Judith is over, and a happy content life with Agnes is his to enjoy, Monk is shocked to find, tragically, that's not true. While dealing with a dying lover, Monk is dogged by family, business, gangsters, cranky widows, and Monk finds life is nice and simple when you don’t think too hard about what you’re doing or the lies you tell yourself. Believing his relationship with Judith is over, and a happy content life with Agnes is his to enjoy, Monk is shocked to find, tragically, that's not true. While dealing with a dying lover, Monk is dogged by family, business, gangsters, cranky widows, and a mystery woman who claims Monk has stolen her money.


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Monk finds life is nice and simple when you don’t think too hard about what you’re doing or the lies you tell yourself. Believing his relationship with Judith is over, and a happy content life with Agnes is his to enjoy, Monk is shocked to find, tragically, that's not true. While dealing with a dying lover, Monk is dogged by family, business, gangsters, cranky widows, and Monk finds life is nice and simple when you don’t think too hard about what you’re doing or the lies you tell yourself. Believing his relationship with Judith is over, and a happy content life with Agnes is his to enjoy, Monk is shocked to find, tragically, that's not true. While dealing with a dying lover, Monk is dogged by family, business, gangsters, cranky widows, and a mystery woman who claims Monk has stolen her money.

45 review for Too Many Women, Too Little Time (Monk Buttman Mystery, #3)

  1. 4 out of 5

    CorrieGM

    Well, I did not like Monk, which is a problem as he is the main character. The pacing of the book was slow, very slow. At about two thirds of the book you begin to understand some of the problems Monk encounters. And the end of the book was really good. It was not that I wanted to stop reading, the book was too good for that. If you like reading about someone who encounters a lot of problems and in the end solves a lot of them, this is the book to read. O, and do not forget the women in the book, Well, I did not like Monk, which is a problem as he is the main character. The pacing of the book was slow, very slow. At about two thirds of the book you begin to understand some of the problems Monk encounters. And the end of the book was really good. It was not that I wanted to stop reading, the book was too good for that. If you like reading about someone who encounters a lot of problems and in the end solves a lot of them, this is the book to read. O, and do not forget the women in the book, they are quite important too. As for that, I did not like Agnes either. Who I did like, was Zach. As everyone else did.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Coppersmommie

    Love this book!. This is the third book in the Monk Buttman series. Initial Monk was an irrritant, but the first story held my interest and moved along quickly. Over the second and third book Monk started to show his more humane, quirky side and a tentative relationship developed. Waiting to make a more decisive opinion about the man, within the next few books. This book explores, discusses and gave me insight into different situation that I would normally never think about or be exposed to. Thou Love this book!. This is the third book in the Monk Buttman series. Initial Monk was an irrritant, but the first story held my interest and moved along quickly. Over the second and third book Monk started to show his more humane, quirky side and a tentative relationship developed. Waiting to make a more decisive opinion about the man, within the next few books. This book explores, discusses and gave me insight into different situation that I would normally never think about or be exposed to. Thought provoking. Love the author's extensive vocabulary. Felt engaged with the characters and had definite opinions about a lot of them. Good read! Highly recommended.

  3. 5 out of 5

    J.D. Schechter

    Pointless and endless You need a program to keep the - mostly unpleasant - characters straight. Reading this is a lot like picking at a sore tooth

  4. 4 out of 5

    Lamar

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    Deborah T. Ayers

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    Pat Hudson

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    Alan Peters

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    Marc

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    Janet Cochran

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    Carol Williams

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    Jennifer Kyrnin

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    Robert M Robinson

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    Norman D. Voiles

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    Kelly Kleinberg

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    Joyce Hassan

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    Mary

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    FRANKLIN E. COHEN

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    Ann Marie

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    luke nickerson

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    Nancy

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    scott shook

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    Jerry Walch

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    Kathleen Felson

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    Eric Skantze

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    Lyna Kittelmann

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    Karen Cornick

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    Barbara Bullock

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    Bernard Liebman

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    Haldie Proctor

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    Michelle Kinsey

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    Sallie A. Feavel

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    Marjorie Degenholtz

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    Susann Panek

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    Tappo

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    Jamie Hannegan

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    Nancy Jones

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