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Richard Lang
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Review of "Exposed Fury"
Overall this was a good read, albeit I found it a little slow getting started. The character, Ford is a mystery from beginning to end and seems to be more of a prop than a contributing factor. Flanigan has a smooth style and a clear, concise voice throughou...
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Review of "Dead Lemons"
This is only the second book I've read where the author is successful in jumping back and forth in time. Bell combines the past and the present with a clear and concise voice that keeps the reader from getting bored because the story does get slow at times....
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Review of "Pancake Money"
Great plot, the kind that grows on you to the point of not wanting to stop reading. Bell has a strong, clear voice, but a slightly choppy style. If you like a good murder mystery, you're sure to love this one. 5 Stars
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Review of "The Alley Rat"
Miller's View: Book Five. Cranston Turner is revitalizing a poor area of Hammond, but the community church stands in his way. A reverend, a deacon and thirty church members lose their lives in an attempt to obtain the church. An eyewitness to one of the mur...
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Review of "The Island of the Dead"
Miller's View: Book Five. Detective Jonathan Miller and Callie St. Claire are now married and honeymooning on the Island of the Dead. The police find a woman murdered and her companion badly beaten, Miller is accused. He convinces Detective Laura Newman to ...
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Review of "The Case of Blue Diamonds"
Back in Hammond, Louisiana, Detective Jonathan Miller is thrust into another mystery and uses the rose-colored glasses as a talisman to aid his investigation. He is also now engaged to Callie St. Claire and has bought her a house and a new vehicle. Ilegal b...
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Review of "Conspiracy"
Gifted a copy for review. This is the first time in 192 reviews that I have given a single star. The book has no hook, a reason to continue reading. The content is boring, the punctuation atrocious, and I stopped reading in chapter five. Don't waste your ti...
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Review of "Holmes: The Darlington Substitution"
Mel Small pens Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson with a twist.
This yarn begins with Watson trying to sell his book of stories originally
written for the Evening Gazette. He scored
an interview with Charles Darlington for the radio in hopes of promoting the to...
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Review of "The False Prophet"
This is an epic tale of good versus evil. The False Prophet intended to command the towns in an apocalyptic America using his magnificent army. In addition, he forced his religion upon his people and repressed all others. Donald of Fisher had other plans an...
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Review of "Investing in Vain"
Beatrice Pillsbury von Vain, the founder of Vain Capital was in deep trouble. Her company was underperforming for its clients and they were starting to pull their investments. That is until the California Retirement Asset Management (CRAM) came along. CRAM ...
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