The Good Die Twice

Rated 5.00/5 based on 4 reviews
A woman is murdered five years after her alleged death. The first in the Chase Dagger Series which combines mystery with fantasy. (Every detective should have a shapeshifter for a partner.) "The attendant breezy sex, violence, and action, coupled with bits of Indian lore and Einstein the talking macaw, should have readers clamoring for the projected next novel." -- Library Journal. More
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About Lee Driver

Lee Driver is the pseudonym of S.D. Tooley. This alter ego prefers her mysteries crossed with fantasy, sometimes sci-fi and sometimes horror.

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Reviews of The Good Die Twice by Lee Driver

Stan Adelman reviewed on July 9, 2014

Great start to a wonderful series. I love the characters, and really was interested in what happened to them. If I had to classify this set of novels, I would say it is primarily mystery, although action and fantasy also play a role.

The actions flow logically, given the knowledge of the characters at the time, and the mystery really keeps you guessing until the end of the story. The one caution I would make is that you definitely should read the books in order.
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Ken Br reviewed on March 20, 2011
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A little hard to keep the story straight had to keep going back to reread.
Good story. I would give this a 3 1/2star
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Linda Phillips reviewed on March 18, 2011

This is a well written book and keep you reading.The plot is excellent and make you want more.
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WendyB reviewed on Feb. 25, 2011

I read this immediately after reading Sara Morningsky, and I was not disappointed. Very well written, characters that draw you in and a story that grabs your attention and keeps it.
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lonegunwoman reviewed on Feb. 24, 2011

This the first Chase Dagger novel is a masterful start to a great series. Well written, with a plot that holds your attention till the last page, my regret was having to put it down for food and work.
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