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Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Revenge served cold by Jackie Fullerton

This is a complex mystery with a touch of the occult.  It has lots of action entertaining characters.

Anne Marshall has a strange relationship with her father.  He is dead.  Ann's relationship with a ghost also includes crime fighting.

Anne is likeable and incredibly naive.  Frankly the ghost was easier to believe than the fact that the cops accepted her egregious behavior.

We should all have friends as accepting as Anne’s friends.   

The author provided a very diverse cast of characters who supported Anne’s often reckless behavior.  Love, jealousy, anger and revenge provide a cocktail of interest and entertainment in this book.

I recommend the book.

Body of work of Jackie Fullerton

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