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Dancing with the Virgins (Ben Cooper and Diane Fry Series #2)

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12 out of 14 people found this review helpful.

Dancing with the Virgins

Why was Laura Weston killed? A body has been found among the ancient standing stones, The Dancing Virgins, stabbed to death. Detective Constable Ben Cooper, and acting Detective Sergeant Diane Fry are thrown together once again to solve the secrets of a young woman'...
Why was Laura Weston killed? A body has been found among the ancient standing stones, The Dancing Virgins, stabbed to death. Detective Constable Ben Cooper, and acting Detective Sergeant Diane Fry are thrown together once again to solve the secrets of a young woman's life, and bring her killer to justice. What did Laura Weston know, what could she have done to have drawn the attention of a killer. The life threads that Stephen Booth has used in this amazing novel will astound you. The connections between the characters, the loyalties, loves and inner demons that haunt Ben and Diane will draw them together time and time again. Mr. Booth has amazed me once again with the sheer humanity and depth he brings to his stories. Real people facing demons only they can understand while tracking down the murderer responsible for destroying the life of a young woman. Dancing With The Virgins will make you realize that even those who solve the crimes live with the consequences of the deaths. They hurt, they cry and they love and they deal with the evil inflicted and the pain it causes. This is a book you don't want to miss. It's riveting police procedure and the haunting depths to the characters will keep you turning page after page as you read this wonderful story.

posted by Anonymous on September 6, 2001

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6 out of 9 people found this review helpful.

Way too many tangents

This is a 1000 page crime mystery which gets there by going off on way too many tangents that have nothing to do with the story. I don't need to hear about heifers' heavy breathing or that bracken is bi-sexual. The novel would have been really good at about half the len...
This is a 1000 page crime mystery which gets there by going off on way too many tangents that have nothing to do with the story. I don't need to hear about heifers' heavy breathing or that bracken is bi-sexual. The novel would have been really good at about half the length.

posted by 15201565 on August 20, 2013

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 12, 2014

    Having a little fun guys?

    It took about 21 reviews before I actually found anything that had to do with the book and that was back in 2001!Real cute. Granny B.

    0 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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