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Dead Wrong

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  • Posted June 6, 2012

    good

    good read

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 4, 2012

    GRea GREAT BOOK

    First book I've read by this author. Could not put it down

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 30, 2004

    Couldn't put it DOWN!!!!

    I really enjoyed the characters, and the way the author tied in each book with the others and how the characters inter twined into each book. A brilliant triology, makes you want to read until you are completely finished with all three books. I even re-read them just to make sure I didn't miss anything. This is a definate must read!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 4, 2004

    Wonder fful

    Archer Lowell, Curtis Alan Channing, and Vince Giordano share a jail holding cell waiting for the law to process them when all hell breaks loose as someone escapes custody. To pass time while the complex is totally shut down, the trio discusses why they are here when the conversation turns to who would they like to kill. They agree that to be successful they would have to exchange victims like the Hitchcock and DeVito movies did...................... Not long afterward a serial killer appears murdering three females with the same name M. Douglas as listed in order in the phone book. Next on the list is court appointed children¿s advocate Mara Douglas. Her sister FBI profiler Dr. Anne McCall calls in a favor owed her by FBI agent Aidan Shields. She wants Aidan to protect her sibling. However, Aidan wants to refuse as he wants to go into guilty seclusion following the death of his brother on his last assignment. Still for Anna he will do what he cam to keep Mara safe. Moving in with her in her Philadelphia area home, Aidan and Mara fall in love, but he fears if something happens to her he will die too.............................. The first of Mariah Stewart¿s ¿Dead¿ books is a stupendous serial killer romance starring two wonderful lead characters. The twist of who performs the killing is provided in plain sight yet the audience will wonder whether Strangers on the Train really occurred. Fans of tense thrillers that never let up until the climax will know that this novel is dead on in exciting action and a breathtaking romance....................... Harriet Klausner

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