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Book review: Joey Paul – Dying Thoughts: Seventh Death (@MsJoeyBug)

Tara was more than a little excited at the thought of six weeks alone while her dad went on his comeback tour. There were rules, but what he didn't know wouldn't hurt him, right? But things don't always go as planned, a few days into her freedom and her life is turned upside down with… Continue reading Book review: Joey Paul – Dying Thoughts: Seventh Death (@MsJoeyBug)

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Book review: Mo Robinson – Game of Twins

Suzanne Delacroix was born to investigate homicide. She excelled through the ranks of the police force by her own merit and was dubbed the Tigress. She had only been sick once before, during one horrific night at a frat party, but the triple murder of the Monroe twins and their mother brought that night back… Continue reading Book review: Mo Robinson – Game of Twins

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Book review: Diane May – EVO (@DianeMayWriter )

Marchiori had seen more than his fair share of murders, in his job it was to be expected. But never before had he seen anything like this. With all the markings of a rapidly escalating serial killer time is of the essence. And with the latest turn, the killer himself has given them a deadline… Continue reading Book review: Diane May – EVO (@DianeMayWriter )

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Book review: Michael Pronko – The Moving Blade (@pronkomichael )

Jamie hadn't seen her father, Bernard Mattson, for years, they had drifted apart, but it had been about to change, they had planned to reunite, but then his murder put a stop to the plan. But murder is not the only thing she finds in his wake, a robbery on the day of his funeral… Continue reading Book review: Michael Pronko – The Moving Blade (@pronkomichael )

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Book review: The Case of the Tattooed Buttocks – Alan Hardy (@AlanWilliamHard )

When a blonde beauty arrives uninvited and expressing she has news only to be shared in Cullot's presence, you can bet it means trouble. Although murder probably wasn't what most of the guests at oil magnate, Mr. Henry Barble's, mansion were expecting. The details seem a little hazy, tattoos, underwear, no two stories seem to… Continue reading Book review: The Case of the Tattooed Buttocks – Alan Hardy (@AlanWilliamHard )

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Book review: Murderous Intent by John L. Evans

Dimitri Kosloff, a famous film director, had been found stabbed and dismembered at his usual Friday and Saturday night suite. He was as well known for his sexual preferences as he was for his Academy Awards, so his murder caused quite a stir. The evidence is circumstantial but points towards a young sailor, Richard Dellesandro,… Continue reading Book review: Murderous Intent by John L. Evans

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Book review: Diana J Febry – Twisted Truth (@DianaJFebry )

Another boring fluff piece for the local rag put Megan on the trail of the story of a lifetime, or at least that was the promise. The idea was to rejuvenate the image of a nursing home, but the staff weren't the only ones to know of her upcoming visit. Through deception and carefully planned… Continue reading Book review: Diana J Febry – Twisted Truth (@DianaJFebry )

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Book review: Sam Knupp – Smoke on the Mountains

Pepper Anne Wright knew all too well the importance of being a doggy mummy, especially after last time, so when Rufus didn't come when she called she left in search of him. She didn't think of the danger, just preventing her father's tears. Little did she know her actions that day would cause him more… Continue reading Book review: Sam Knupp – Smoke on the Mountains

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Book review: Ginny Fite’s Lying, Cheating, & Occasionally Murder(@unwrinkledbrain )

Charlotte had a lot to prove. Especially to her father who thought she would always be, like her mother, second rate in her profession-or at least she was in his eyes. Often she had fantasised about shoving her ground breaking research down his throat, literally. She was comfortable, lived in a nice house with her… Continue reading Book review: Ginny Fite’s Lying, Cheating, & Occasionally Murder(@unwrinkledbrain )

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Book review: Judy Bruce’s Lies in the Wind

Megan knew there was something wrong before Celeste even walked through her doors. She could feel the malevolence, the evil, in the air. She knew something was coming, but not what. When Megan finds herself involved in what was about to be passed off as a murder suicide she had no idea how deeply she'd… Continue reading Book review: Judy Bruce’s Lies in the Wind