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1st To Die Book Review
1st to Die is the first installment in James Patterson's popular Women's Murder Club series. It's worth reading, and fun. Introducing the main characters that will be in the subsequent novels, this is the book in the series to start with.
3rd Degree Book Review
Lindsay, Cindy, Claire, and Jill are investigating several murders committed by what seems to be domestic terrorists; the FBI is involved and Joe Molinari is introduced as Lindsay's love interest. The twists and turns in the investigation are fun and the book is a quick read.
A Discovery of Witches Book Review
Diana Bishop, a historian, calls up a book from the Oxford Bodleian Library and breaks a spell that generates interest from witches, daemons, and vampires who have been searching for the book. Diana, a witch, is threatened by many of these other creatures, and must rely on a vampire to help her.
A Good Killing Book Review
Anna Curtis, a D.C. prosecutor returns to her home town to defend her sister who is accused of murdering a popular high-school coach. The residents are convinced Jody is guilty, and they rally against the sisters, stopping at nothing to avenge his death.
A Man of Some Repute Book Review
Hugo and Georgia Hawksworth have moved into Selchester Castle due to a housing shortage. The Earl of the Castle has been missing for seven years, land when his body is discovered,
A Necessary End Book Review
Chief Inspector Banks is back investigating the murder of a policeman at a demonstration outside of the Eastvale Community Center. The main suspects are ex-hippies living at Maggie's Farm. However, the victim has a reputation for being a troublemaker and the killer may be closer to home.
A Perfect Evil Book Review
Maggie O'Dell is introduced in the debut novel of the series. Maggie, an FBI profiler, is sent to a small town in Nebraska to help solve the cases of several young boys who were kidnapped and found murdered. This series is one that thriller junkies will want to read.
A Question of Inheritance Book Review
The English story set in Selchester Castle during the early 1950s continues, with a new heir and a new murder.
A Reason to Live Book Review
Marty Singer has just retired as a homicide detective because he has cancer. However, the daughter of one of his previous murder victims has contacted him and wants help because the murderer has returned after 12 years and is stalking her.
A Slice of Murder Book Review
When Eleanor Swift, owner of a popular pizzeria, delivers a pizza to a customer on her way home, she finds the customer with a knife through his heart. Since she is the primary suspect, she must find the real killer before she goes to jail. There's plenty of suspense in this light thriller.
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