One Deadly Sister A Women Sleuths Mystery Romance (Sandy Reid Mystery Series #1)

Rated 4.45/5 based on 11 reviews
In the first of this women sleuths mystery series, an almost-too-clever young law student reluctantly attempts to rescue her estranged brother caught up in woman-trouble and a murder charge in a hostile Florida town. He isn't looking for trouble, but doesn't have a clue about women and gets seduced and framed, leaving the sister in an ever-increasing entanglement of deceit, double-cross and danger More
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About Rod Hoisington

Rod Hoisington lives in Florida where he devotes full-time to his compulsion to dig into the souls and lives of fictional characters. ONE DEADLY SISTER is the first novel in the popular Sandy Reid mystery series, followed by THE PRICE OF CANDY,SUCH WICKED FRIENDS, CHASING SUSPECT THREE, ALIVE AFTER FRIDAY and INTO THE HEAT.

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About the Series: Sandy Reid Mysteries
The novels in the Sandy Reid Mystery Romance series are fast-paced mysteries with a span of troubled romance; written in a compelling soft-boiled style you'll find enjoyable if you're tired of the usual formula mysteries. Neither Chick Lit nor Cozy, "Soft-boiled" means it's gritty, on the edge, at times risqué, and you can count on some murders being in there--but you don't have to read about the gruesome details. It will get suspenseful along the way, but eventually the female protagonist will get all the puzzle pieces put together, will restore order and we'll all be safe once again. Sandy Reid, doesn't carry a gun, but nevertheless isn't intimated by bad guys. Bullets don't bounce off her, but threats, assaults and insults invariably produce a toxic response. Why should men have all the fun?

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Linda Bobich reviewed on on Nov. 22, 2013

Excellent book. Well written. Wonderful sparky main character. Couldn't put the book down. I immediately went an bought the other 3 books in the series.
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Peter Barns reviewed on on Sep. 4, 2013

This was an enjoyable book and I would have given it 5 stars except for occasional head-hopping which put me off a little. However it has plenty of twists and turns and a satisfactory finish. A good start to a series. well done Rod Hoisington.
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Pharos Publishing reviewed on on Aug. 26, 2013

Enjoyable start to the series. Fun read, almost too fun. If I hadn't had to work would probably blown through it faster. I recomend it to mystery fans everywhere.
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Brenda Falardeau reviewed on on March 1, 2013

Great start to the series! They are all great books. I got hooked from the first page. Please keep them coming!
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James Corley reviewed on on Dec. 17, 2012

It's a professional level of writing – I feel lucky to get this free, I'm sure it will sell well at a commercial price. Good use of location, promises well for other books in the series
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Jeanine Elizalde reviewed on on March 17, 2012

This was an entertaining book although the dialogue was occasionally clunky and weird. Good ending.
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Meredith Rae Morgan reviewed on on Dec. 31, 2011

This had everything I love in a book: Florida wierdness; a strong female character; suspense; humor. A great read. I'll be reading more of Hoisington's books.

I did a full review on my blog:
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Carl Stenberg reviewed on on Nov. 6, 2011

I have enjoyed reading it.
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Alan Dayle reviewed on on Nov. 2, 2011

A perfect and great mystery and detective, and entertainment.
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Ryan W reviewed on on Oct. 16, 2011

A highly fantastic story with vibrant chapters.
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Ynn van Dijck reviewed on on June 2, 2011

Quite enjoyable read, and free at that! No major spelling errors etc. to piss you off, good plot.
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mitzie Hosey reviewed on on May 6, 2011
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So far this has been awesome, I have enjoyed reading it, however The GD word really isn’t necessary. I mean use the F word or something. I understand not everyone has faith in God or believes in him but when writing something to catch the public’s eye at least think of it both ways. Just respect the issue. I love to read but when I was reading this chapter I was just going along and then before I knew it I was forced to read this word. Now I’m unsure of the rest of the book containing this which makes me not want to continue. In the same gesture you’re a great writer and I would like to know the rest of the story. I’m not criticizing I just know if I feel this way a lot of other people do to.

Thank you for the opportunity to give feedback. Also if you could reassure I won’t see that word again I would like to continue the book.

Thank you,
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