I have read Jacob T. Marley but haven't taken the time to write a review. Here is one from Kay Curtiss which closely reflects my opinion.
Kay's Kritique: A tradition I have is watching A Christmas Carol
by Charles Dickens every year. My favorite is the one with George C.
Scott as Scrooge - although I also really enjoy the 1951 version with
Alastair Sim as old Ebenezer. So when I saw this title coming out, I
thought - "Yes I always wanted to know a little more about Jacob Marley!" and Jacob T. Marley
by R. William Bennett did not disappoint. The writing is very
"Dickenish" -- and when looking at Marley's life with the aid of some
"spirits", it caused me to pause and reflect on my own life . . . (click here to read the full review and summary of the book)