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Wednesday, August 5, 2009

He Who Sings Last by Lisa Laird Dirosso


A seedy crooner down on his luck is accused of murder. The story revolves around those who knew him when and those who know him now. The cop, the witnesses, the obsessed fan and trial feature a wide variety of characters and situations.

The book was laid out logically. You meet Jimmy Covelli and before you can find any sympathy for his character you find yourself despising him. John Vintoni, the cop, seems as obsessed with Jimmy Covelli as Miranda the obsessed fan. There were enough twists and turns in the plot to satisfy most mystery fans.

Murders abound in this book, every time you turn around you discover someone else was murdered, an interesting mystery and the first in a series.

Body of work of Lisa Laird Dirosso

Review: http://fallingofftheshelf.blogspot.com/2009/07/review-on-tuesday-he-who-sings-last-by.html

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