Every Trick in the Book

Every Trick in the Book

Book - 2013
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Lila Wilkins has it all, the home of her dreams in the charming town of Inspiration Valley, North Carolina; a perfect police officer boyfriend and a new job she absolutely loves. At the Book and Author festival, which is sponsored by the Novel idea Literary Agency, Lila expects to discover some talented new authors, but what she finds instead is the body of an editor to whom she bears an eerie resemblance.
Publisher: New York : Berkley Prime Crime, 2013.
Edition: Berkley Prime Crime mass-market edition.
ISBN: 9780425251676
Branch Call Number: F
Characteristics: 294 pages ; 18 cm.


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Oct 05, 2015

I liked book one, the reader was given enough clues to perhaps 'catch muderer'. The first 3/4 of this book good. But t he ending came so far out of left field that you thought she attached it to wrong novel.

Aug 13, 2013

I like cozy mysteries that have some character development and describe the setting well. This book does not do it. I checked it out because it was set in a flower shop, newly acquired by the protagonist. Also, there are a number of books in this series on ebooks so I thought I could read them on my Kindle while traveling. I'll stop after this one, however. Very little is said about the flower shop. The men are mostly described and rated by sexiness and behavior. There is a lot of action for those who like it. The murderer was fairly clear but the reason for the murder was only developed at the end. The main character is impulsive and immature. For those who like a lot of action and little character or setting development, this book is fine.


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