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Death Makes the Cut (Jocelyn Shore Series#2)

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  • Posted November 27, 2012

    This book was a quick, easy read, with an exciting murder myster

    This book was a quick, easy read, with an exciting murder mystery which kept me on my toes. Jocelyn Shore’s life turns upside-down the minute Fred Argus is found dead in the school tennis shed. After a rumor starts that Fred’s murder was the result of a drug deal gone wrong, Jocelyn makes it her mission to clear his name. This only leads to more trouble as she is thrown into a twisted web of lies, blackmail and embezzlement.

    The story could have very easily become predictable but it didn’t. I was kept guessing every second of the way and I could never quite pinpoint who the perpetrator was. Each suspect was creepy in their own way, and they all seemed to have the means and motives for wanting Fred dead. When Jocelyn falls victim to a brutal crime, she wonders if it’s just coincidence or is it related in any way to Fred’s death, and if so, why has the killer’s attention turned to her? Could it have something to do with the note Fred left for her, or is her snooping causing more trouble than she expected?

    I really enjoyed playing private investigator alongside Jocelyn. She is such a fun character. She’s witty and smart, and doesn’t hate herself in any particular way, which seems to be a trait of most characters these days. The only time she every really puts herself down is when comparing herself to Kyla, her cousin and BFF. Speaking of Kyla, she is just as fun a character as Jocelyn. The banter between the two was so real and I could almost imagine sitting right next to them as they spoke about men, guns and alcohol. Although Kyla can be a bit self-centered and rude at times, especially when she and Jocelyn are likened to each other, I still thought she was a wonderful friend in times of need.

    On top of everything else Jocelyn has to deal with, she is forced to battle the feelings she develops for the gorgeous, "knight in shining armor" detective Colin Gallagher while still trying to figure out her long distance relationship with Alan Stratton. All I can say it that I’m Team Colin all the way.

    This book is filled with many light-hearted moments which lifted the somber mood of something as serious as death, and I often found myself snickering. All in all this was an excellent read, very different from what I’m used to but a wonderful change.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 17, 2012

    Austin teacher Jocelyn solves another murder

    Continue enjoying Jocelyn' s misadventures in solving the death of fellow teacher and tennis coach It is laugh out loud funny with plenty of suspects to choose from an an ending you won't expect I loved it and can't wait for more of her adventures

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 4, 2013

    Loved this book - quick read.

    It helps that I live in Austin and the author is from Austin, so she makes references to Austin throughout the book, but even beyond that, I love the story line and the characters. I'll be reading more of Janice Hamrick's books for sure!

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    Posted March 15, 2013

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