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Brain Dead

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

Timmy Leary-Parker returned home to raise her daughter away from

Timmy Leary-Parker returned home to raise her daughter away from her drug addict ex-husband in a smaller town than Los Angeles. As a forensic nurse expected to help modernize Memorial Hospital she should have had an easy path, especially as the daughter of the revered J...
Timmy Leary-Parker returned home to raise her daughter away from her drug addict ex-husband in a smaller town than Los Angeles. As a forensic nurse expected to help modernize Memorial Hospital she should have had an easy path, especially as the daughter of the revered Joe Leary.
Instead she has to deal with a lazy coroner, murdered ex-husband’s of the Suckered Sister Sorority, old patients from Restcrest dropping like flies, and her dad spiraling downward with Alzheimer’s. 
Daniel Murphy is an award winning reporter that hopes he can slow down in Puckett, Missouri and just hide from everyone. At a charity horse event he spots Timmy Leary-Parker strong arm a shooter that the police don’t want to find after he tried to shoot the founder of the local cash cow Restcrest. Neither Timmy nor Daniel want to get involved, but with the police sweeping all the deaths under the rug they have no choice but to dive in and stop the killings before the killer stops them.
Eileen Dreyer weaves a mystery involving two people who have every reason not to help find the truth, but throws obstacles in their path that would have lesser beings heading for the closest airport out of town. Her descriptions paint an enthralling adventure that leaves you guessing who really did what. A must read that will have new readers flocking to Ms. Dreyer.

posted by MoRWAReviewsSTL on May 13, 2013

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Most Helpful Critical Review

5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

Bad

Very bad story. Main character is a woman with a man's name which makes it very difficult to understand if its a man or woman at first, then the ex-husband changes name, things jumps around so much you dont what the heck is going on. I made it past pg 145 and gave up in...
Very bad story. Main character is a woman with a man's name which makes it very difficult to understand if its a man or woman at first, then the ex-husband changes name, things jumps around so much you dont what the heck is going on. I made it past pg 145 and gave up in sheer frustration.

posted by 8888649 on May 31, 2013

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 6, 2014

    Great read

    I loved this book. It kept me guessing to the end! Great plot development, interesting characters.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 17, 2013

    Entertaining mystery

    Good plot and story. I enjoyed this book.

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    Posted June 12, 2013

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