You’ll never forget Maggie Gee’s brilliant character Monica Ludd – large and larger-than-life, funny and outspoken to a fault. But if she has quirks, the rest of the family is far out there as well, in part because of dealing with their violent, bullying father. When Monica shows up at his home unannounced, she finds his blood-soaked, battered body and immediately concludes she’ll be the police’s top suspect in his murder. She goes on the run. Handling every aspect of her situation in the worst possible way, she’s full of surprises, as is this antic tale. Read our full review here.