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Dead Center (Andy Carpenter Series #5)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 9, 2013

    Loved it!!

    I am from Wi, nailed it!

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Good mystery

    Wealthy Patterson, New Jersey attorney Andy Carpenter picks and chooses cases that fascinate him, but lately nothing captivates his interest as he misses his beloved Laurie Collins, who moved back to Findlay, Wisconsin to become the acting chief of police in her hometown.---------------- Laurie arrests twenty-one years old college student Jeremy Davidson for the murders of two coeds, Elizabeth Barlow and her friend Sheryl Hendricks. Though the evidence is overwhelming that he committed the homicides, her gut says otherwise. She calls Andy to come to Center City to defend Jeremy only for Laura would Andy accompanied by his canine Tara travel to Wisconsin. In Wisconsin, the case spins from his client¿s love life to a religious cult, but the means, motive, and opportunity still points at Jeremy.------------ The fifth Carpenter legal thriller starts off as a terrific tale with the hero depressed over his beloved leaving home for the Midwest and continues solidly as he defends Jeremy in a courtroom. When the tale spins in the direction of a cult, it loses a bit of its steam. Still fans of the series will enjoy DEAD CENTER as Andy struggles with the defense including the role of the religious order, trying to reassemble his love life, and even more difficult finding a decent pizza for Tara.---------- Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 31, 2013

    Lots of fun!

    Lots of fun! Witty and suspenseful. Consistently enjoyable series. Have purchased the next one.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 9, 2012

    Kept me guessing to the end

    Read this on a trip with my sisters. After relating some of the funny things in the book my sisters demanded daily updates on the story. They all had to know how it ended. Entertaining and intriguing. Thoroughly enjoyed this one.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 14, 2007

    I JUST COULD NOT PUT IT DOWN!!

    David Rosenfelt gets better and better. His characters are so real you think you know them. His sense of humor comes through in every book so that it's so much more enjoyable to read his books than ones with gross murder after murder after murder. I will remain his number 1 fan for a long, long time!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 6, 2006

    Irresistible!

    I just love Andy Carpenter, the New Jersey lawyer with the self-deprecating sense of humor and a huge inheritance that allows him the luxury of working - or not. When his ex-girlfriend Laurie calls to say she thinks she's arrested the wrong guy for murder and needs some help, Andy and his beloved dog Tara are on their way to Findlay, Wisconsin to lend a hand. Laurie dumped Andy and moved back home when she was offered the job as Findlay Chief of Police, but Andy still has feelings for her. Nevertheless he gets to work, investigating the victims who were both members of a religious sect called the Centurions. Smart, engaging characters, lots of laughs, some nice plot twists and simply superb storytelling make Dead Center irresistible.  

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