NOVEL REVIEW: Lady Cop Makes Trouble By Amy Stewart





Eiyo dearies,

Fadima Mooneira is back with a brand new post. Today, I would like to share a novel review of Lady Cop Makes Trouble (LCMT) by Amy Stewart with you guys. Now let's begin with the author's bio.....


ABOUT AMY STEWART

The author- Amy Stewart (Image: amystewart.com)


Amy Stewart is a New York Times Best Selling author. Her books had been sold over a million copies worldwide and have been translated into 17 different languages. Some of her famous books are The Drunken Botanist, Wicked Plants, and Flower Confidential. Stewart lives in Portland, America with her husband.


ABOUT LADY COP MAKES TROUBLE



LCMT was published in September 2016. It is a very adventurous and crime-action novel and it is part of the Kopp sisters series. LCMT tells the story of a lady deputy sheriff named Constance Kopp. The story took place in New Jersey, America year 1915. Kopp was one of the earliest lady deputy sheriffs in America. She was very enthusiastic and committed to her job. Kopp loved her job and was grateful to the liberal Sheriff Heath for the opportunity.

Kopp's job as the sheriff also allowed her to support her sister, Norma, and illegitimate child, Fleurette. At that time in America, not many women were hired as police officers. Most people thought that women aren't strong and fit enough to be police officers.

One day, Kopp was told to accompanied and guarded a German-speaking prisoner named Herman von Matthesius to a hospital. Matthesius was diagnosed with dire symptoms. But unfortunately, the prisoner took advantage and escaped. 

Kopp was mortified. Her slip-up justified the sexist slurs of her former male colleagues, and it could send Sheriff Heath to jail. Constance determined to track down Matthesius herself. Will she succeed?


MY REVIEW

I have to be honest that this novel is not my kinda genre. However, I did enjoy reading the feminist point of view that the author shared in this novel. I think it's a good one. It's about breaking the glass ceiling. I also like the way Stewart used POV 1 in this novel. It brings me closer to the protagonist. Plus, this novel has an intriguing storyline. I'm sure those who love action stories will love it.

Overall, I'm giving this novel a 7/10. I would recommend this novel to those who love action, adventure, and crime stories. Trust me, you are going to love this novel.



Before I end this post, I would like to ask my readers some questions. Has anyone read Lady Cop Makes Trouble? If yes, what are your opinions of the novel and the whole story? Did you enjoy it? Pls, share it with me in the comment box below.

That's all for now. Thank you for reading this review. Hope to see you guys again soon. Bye-bye.

XoXo,

Fadima Mooneira ^_^


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Comments

  1. I never read this book but I hear of The drunken botanist from the same author. It's not usually my genre, but it sounds very intriguing from the blurb and your review! Thank you for sharing x

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    1. Welcome. Hehehe.......this kinda story is not my genre either. But sometimes it is fun to read.

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  2. This actually does sound like my kind of genre, I love a good detective story and I like the historical aspect too.

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  3. I've never read anything by this author before, I'm not massively into crime but the feminist angle seems like a good take, especially for the time this one was set x

    Sophie
    www.glowsteady.co.uk

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    1. They say suspense and facts about history can conjure memorable, magical read. Thanks for recommending this book which really intrigues me as we can see how an investigation unravel layer by layer.

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    2. Sophie: Same here. I’m not into crime novels too. But the feminist point of view interest me.

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    3. So true. History facts makes a story interesting to readers.

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  4. Tak pernah membaca novel dari Amy Stewart ni. First time dengar pasal dire symptoms ni. Kena google maksudnya.

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  5. Great review. This isn't the type of book I would usually go for but it has definitely sparked my interest.

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    1. Same with me. Not really my genre. But the feminist point of view makes me enjoyed this book.

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  6. I really like crime novels! I bet this is a great read.

    Corinne x
    www.skinnedcartree.com

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    1. Yeah, if you love crime novels, than this one is good for you.

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  7. Tak pernah tau mana2 author sebab kurang membaca novel. Walaupun u tk suka genre dia but 7/10 rating kira ok la jalan cerita dia.

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  8. Great post. It's not really my sort of genre either but sometimes it's nice to step out of your comfort zone x

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  9. Never read this novel before but I wonder if you have tried read any Enid Blyton novel? Share with me please! My all time fav author

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    1. Oh love reading Enid Blyton books when I was a kid and teenager. But I don't remember the title of those books. Let me check first and get back to you later ya.

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  10. When I first heard of the title, I thought it was a romance book. But I'd pick an action/crime thriller over romance anytime.

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  11. Tak pernah lagi baca buku kopp ni.. Kalau buku english ni i memg jarang sikit.. Baru tau kisah dia sedikit.. Thank you sharing

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    1. Try2 Lah baca novel English juga. It will help you with your language.

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  12. Nope, I didn't get a chance to read this book yet! But I do really love the synopsis that you shared. Interesting and caught my attention too ya..

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  13. Wah, hebat la penulis Amy Stewart ni. Bukan calang-calang ye, siap berjuta bukunya dijual. btw ada tak bukunya yang ditranslate dalam Bahasa Melayu?

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  14. Dari dari sipnopsis jalan cerita dia menarik. Marina dah lama tak baca novel

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  15. I tak pernah baca lagi penulisan penulis ini. Tapj jalan cerita novel sgt menarik

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  16. I tengah bayangkan, love action story, nampak menarik, biasa kalau genre action ni, memang takde fallin in love kan hehehe..

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  17. I haven't read or heard of this one before, but I'm glad you enjoyed it! Especially as it's not your usual genre, that's always a nice surprise.

    Anika | chaptersofmay.com

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    1. I enjoyed the feminist point of view. It is something I learned before.

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  18. I don't know the author and it doesn't sound like my kind of genre either but I love that you reviewed fairly regardless, thank you, Fadima :)

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  19. I've not heard of this author, but their book sounds amazing and right up my street! Definitely going to check this book out!

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  20. Jarang baca novel english, mmg pun jarang yg baca novel berbentuk siasatan biasanya reader suka novel2 cinta.. l jer suka baca novel seramπŸ˜‚

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    1. I masa zaman remaja dulu suka lah horror genre. But now not anymore. Takut susah nak tido malam. Hehehe.

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  21. Kita pernah dengar pasal penulis novel ni tapi tak pernah baca novel tulisan beliau kerana tak suka baca novel tapi ada review macam ni mudah kita nak membaca dan memahami cerita hehehe tq share.

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    1. Welcome. Reading novel is not a compulsory. But reading is a compulsory. I hope you still read other books, magazines, or newspaper even tho you are not into novel. Reading is super important for a writer. Reading helps you improve your language and produce good quality of writing.

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  22. This sounds amazing! Thanks for the review!
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    Lovely
    www.mynameislovely.com

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  23. Akak suka penulisan Amy Stewart sebab dia straightforward dan cerita polis-polis ni best. Hehehe. Akak tengah baca yang Miss Kopp Investigates. Hehehe.

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    1. Auwwwwww........i’m sure you will like this one as well. Keep it up with the reading habit πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

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    2. I haven't heard of this one before (or this series) but it sounds like they're enjoyable reads. Thanks for the recommendation.

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    3. Lindsey: Welcome πŸ’œπŸ’›

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  24. This is actually my kind of genre. So action mixed with feminism, I would love it.

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