Jacqueline dubois

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Smashwords book reviews by Jacqueline dubois

  • Open to Suspicion on Aug. 13, 2011
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    I enjoyed the story, and hope the author goes on to produce more crime novels. The book built to an exciting, if not unexpected ending. It would have been even better if some of the characters had been developed a little more.
  • Self Arrest on Aug. 20, 2011
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    An interesting thriller with a scientific/environmental storyline. Explores the nature of loyalty to one's family or friends. I would like to read more by this author.
  • Book 'Em - An Eamonn Shute Mystery on Sep. 01, 2011
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    I really enjoyed this. Amusingly written with a good plot and likeable characters. Looking forward to more from this author.
  • Dangerous Times on Oct. 26, 2011
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    A thriller with a complex and interesting plot which kept me guessing all the way through
  • Joe is Online on Jan. 31, 2012
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    This author uses the device of telling the story through a succession of electronic records - emails, blogs etc. I wasn't sure at first but it works really well and the story develops and becomes quite compelling. I'd like to see more from this writer.
  • Stepford USA (Accidental Spy Small Town Adventure) on Feb. 24, 2012
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    An interesting mystery in which journalist Jade Snow uncovers a secret from the past in a quiet town. Needs more proofreading to correct syntax and spelling
  • Murder in the Philosophy Department on May 31, 2012
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    Entertaining whodunnit in the classic mould, set in a less-than prestigious American college. Great characters.
  • Why Won't You Love Me?! on May 31, 2012
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    Novel depicting the stress of being a high school teacher in the USA in the aftermath of the Columbine massacre.
  • Legacy of a King on May 31, 2012
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    A curious novel that left me rather cold. An intricate adventure story in an unspecified world, like a computer game. The characters were not emotionally engaging. The spelling and punctuation errors, and the shifting from past to present tense for no reason, were so frequent as to detract from the reading.