One For The Money - The Detective Macaulay Murders Trilogy #1

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Rated 4.00/5 based on 1 reviews
The first book in the exciting Detective Macaulay Murders Trilogy series.
Flirty, Frisky, Frantic and Frightening…"One For The Money" is just plain thrilling!!!!
The Detective Macaulay Murders Trilogy pitches good against the ultimate in evil in a wonderful blend of tension that sizzles amid murder, chaos and mayhem. More

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Reviews

Review by: Steph Anne on Aug. 01, 2013 :
This was a very good read. I liked dry and witty Detective Macaulay quite a bit as a character and the supporting cast is just as likable. Quick moving story line that jumps you right into the action with a complex plot. It keeps you reading and moving from scene to scene. The only draw-back, for me, was that this read was too short. So much was going on and the story was so interesting that though it was written well--never confusing--some parts seemed a bit too compressed as if they would have been better served drawn out longer rather than fit together so tightly. Worth the read and the end leaves you wanting more.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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