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A Dirty Shame: A J.J. Graves Mystery

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  • Posted January 23, 2013

    I loved this book even more than the first book. I didn't think

    I loved this book even more than the first book. I didn't think that could be possible. It was as expected great from beginning to end. Kept me guessing and trying to put together who the killer was. Wanted to know but did not want it to end :( I am so looking forward with much anticipation for book three to come out. Liliana Hart is such a great writer if you have read both of these books you should try her other books as well, I have never been disappointed.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 25, 2013

    I have read this book, once you stare you cannot put it down, i

    I have read this book, once you stare you cannot put it down, i have read mostley all Lilianna Hart books, they are very well writen. and very enterting love them all

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 4, 2013

    J.J. is back in Bloody Mary after taking sometime away after the

    J.J. is back in Bloody Mary after taking sometime away after the tragedy that nearly cost her, her life.  She's having a had time adapting  and is still leery of anyone getting close to her and touching her.  She arrives back to a grisly scene, one that has her having to make a call to Jack even though she was not really ready to see him so soon.

    Jack knows J.J. is having a hard time, between the tragedy and the FBI still all over her about her parents.  But he is determined this time not to loose her.  It's time for her to realize his feelings for her is more than friendship.  Even though J.J. is fighting him over this he's not giving up.

    Something is going on in their small town.  Is it a hate crime or something else?  Jack and J. J. are working around the clock to find out what's happening
    around the clock to figure out what is happening before anyone else dies.  Working so close together Jack is slowly breaking downs J.J. walls.  Liliana has done it again, this book is as good as the first..   The suspense will keep you reading and you will love meeting the people of Bloody Mary

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  • Posted February 3, 2013

    Love this book. could not put it down!!

    Love this book. could not put it down!!

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