Murderous Relations

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A lost love and a murdered aunt push a shy teacher out of her shell and straight into trouble. The detectives on her aunt's case see Jessica as the possible killer. Her aunt's friend thinks Jessica and she should track the murderer down themselves. Meanwhile the killer sees Jessica as a serious risk to his freedom. He waits and watches, ready to strike if he must. More

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Published: Nov. 16, 2009
Words: 62,240
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452352992
About Anna Drake

Anna Drake writes mysteries with a touch of romance and a bit of suspense. She says her fascination with crime and its consequences began when she discovered a stash of Nancy Drew books in her parents' attic. Her devotion to the genre remained, even as her tastes expanded. And to this day, when Anna isn't writing, she's most at home with her nose buried in a book.

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Review by: RJ Parker on Oct. 26, 2011 : star star star
This is a "whodunit" murder mystery. The characters are likeable and the plot/story is pretty good. I liked it. Jessica, and English teacher who works in Chicago, is home visiting her mom when her Aunt is murdered. As she is a suspect (which is only because she inherits her aunts fortune), she sets out to find the killer. On my sony, it is 191 pages and it's free so all's good. However, I don't think the author uses spell or grammar check because there's tons of errors and a bit frustrating having to re-read paragraphs. All in all, a good story, I recommend it to anyone who likes a mystery but would hope the errors are corrected at some point.
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Review by: Nelda Smith on April 07, 2011 : star star star star star
Very good mystery. Hard to put down. Hated to see it end.
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Review by: Deb Robinson on Jan. 25, 2011 : star star star star
Very good. Lots of suspense. With editing, would have 5 stars.
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Review by: kristen alexander on Jan. 06, 2011 : star star
I'm on page 21, and there have been something like 15 typos or grammatical errors so far. I hate that. I'd stop reading, but the story is good, so I'm keeping at it. Annoying, though. I guess ebooks don't have the same standards as other publishers....
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