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Clubbed to Death (Dead-End Job Series #7)

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  • Posted February 21, 2010

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    Light mystery

    I don't finish books I don't like, I did finish this one, but I was not very inpressed.
    Helen is hiding out from her ex-husband, who obtained half her future salary in their divorce. She's taken a dead-end job, making a bit more money than she'd made in previous d-e jobs. She takes a lot of abuse from the clients and her boss, but tries to stick with it because of the money.
    Her ex shows up married to a millionare known as "The Black Widow"--her former husbands (about 5 of 'em) have ended up dead. Helen is happy when it appears that her ex has also been killed, even though she is suspected for the murder at first.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 19, 2009

    Hero or Whi Hero or Whimp

    This is A well written series I just didn't care for the main character or for her position that all work must have a "Now What clause." such work supports millions of people and others it pays tuition pays for braces pays for nursing home expenses for parents.
    Nothing dead end about honest work.

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  • Posted July 12, 2009

    Light Chic Lit

    This a very light reading "Chic Lit" with a somewhat ditzy main character who doesn't seem able to make any smart decisions. Good for killing time in a waiting room or a sleepy Sunday afternoon lazing in bed.

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