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Death by Latte

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 10, 2013

    Series

    This is an awesome book in the series: death by bikini death by latte. death by denim

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 30, 2012

    Death by biniki

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  • Posted May 3, 2010

    Death By Latte

    Introduction
    This girl named Aphra Connolly. Her mother left her when she was young. She goes to go see her mom in Seattle. Her mother Natalie isn't very happy to see Aphra and her boyfriend. Seth, Aphras boyfriend gave her a ring last summer and he needs it back. Her moms partner Joe was killed at the coffee shop. Aprha discovers the whole trip to Seattle is a lie.

    Description and summary of main points
    Joe dies at the coffee shop and someone is trying to kill Aphra now. She finds out that her mom is a secret agent. The ring Seth gave he, well he needs it back. They have his father, if he doesn't get the ring back they will kill Seth's father. Seth, Aphra , Natalie get into a airplane and they get stuck. Some person finds them and threatens them for the ring. Well when they get back in Seattle, Natalie kills the man who tried to who them. Then they send Seth back where he can be safe. Aphra cries a lot and is really sad but she is happy to meet her mother.


    Evaluation
    This book is really intersecting. It has action, funny and people falling in love. You never want to put the book down because you will always want to see what happens next.

    Conclusion
    As I told you before this book is good. Aprha goes sees her mother and finds out why she left her. Natalie is a secret agent. Seth's father is in trouble if Seth can't get back the ring from Aphra. Aprha gets really sad when Seth has to leave and she isn't allowed to see him. See you would never want to put this book down.

    Your final review
    As I told you before this book is good. Aprha goes sees her mother and finds out why she left her. Natalie is a secret agent. Seth's father is in trouble if Seth can't get back the ring from Aphra. Aprha gets really sad when Seth has to leave and she isn't allowed to see him. See you would never want to put this book down.

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  • Posted January 20, 2009

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    To read, or not to read?

    Death By Bikini is the type of novel that is mostly adventurous and suspenseful, but also has a touch of romance and a heaping dose of mystery. The characters are all quirky and unique. They seem as if they could be real because of how they¿re described and how their emotions represent the type of person they are. The book captures you and pulls you into it¿s well written pages as the author, Linda Gerber describes Aphra Connolly¿s life, the unsuspected people who show up on the island, and how much all of this is changing her life.<BR/><BR/> Aphra¿s life may seem luxurious and very enjoyable, but it is far from a piece of sweet potato pie. She has lived on her dad¿s secluded tropical island for four years where he owns a resort, but in order to do so they left her mother and friends behind in South Carolina. She works for her dad and the only people who come to the resort to vacation are celebrities or the wealthy, and that excludes teenage boys. Sixteen-year-old Aphra doesn¿t have a boyfriend, or even a crush, well that is until blue eyed, toned, hottie Adam Smith and his family unexpectedly arrive. Not a whole lot of out of the ordinary things happen on the island that is until after the Smith family has arrived. When a woman is found dead on the beach a lot of drama gets stirred up, followed by some risky research, a potential murderer, and a chase during a storm. Mix in a gun, a dying man, and no way to get off the island, and you have an amazing book.<BR/><BR/> I would recommend this book to any teen or adult interested. For those of you who can¿t stand the suspense of sitting on the edge of your seat because you can¿t wait to see what might be on the next page, or can¿t wait for a mystery to be solved, then I would recommend to not read this book. Those who have a sense of adventure should read this book. A person who appreciates great books and enjoys reading, then this book is a book that should get on to your reading list.

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