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Dreams of the Dead

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 30, 2011

    Good, but wanting for more....

    Love Perri O'Shaughnessy and her Nina Reilly series but this one seemed to rush to and then through the ending without a proper closure. We had loads of buildup with Kurt, Paul, Bob, and even Kelly and then 'boom' it was all over with a sentence or two. Give us a little more next time please like you did in the other 303 pages. Great story development around the Strong family and the suspense surrounding Jim and the sale of Paradise. Loved how Sandy is always worked into the story so well. Hope it's not so long until we hear about Nina again.

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  • Posted December 9, 2011

    good but could have been better..............

    I love the Nina Reilly series and look forward impatiently to the next release always! This book was good but too short, didn't spend enough energy on the re-establishment of Nina-Paul relationship and why Bob suddenly decided not to go to Sweden.
    I like them long and meaty with a lot of interpersonal back and forth. This book was triple spaced and just seemed to be the result of trying to get SOMETHING out there for the fans. A bit of a disappointment. Hopefully won't be the norm !

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  • Posted June 2, 2011

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    A super thrilling twister

    Lake Tahoe attorney Nina Reilly and Philip Strong share a tragedy. Two years ago, his son Jim killed his adulterous wife Heidi and allegedly murdered his younger brother Alex. Soon after the homicides, Jim vanished and was assumed dead (see Acts of Malice).

    Philip informs Nina that he was finalizing the selling of his Lake Tahoe resort ski lodge but the sale was blocked in court allegedly by Jim who is apparently living in Brazil. Philip believes the affidavit is a fraud filed by someone trying to obtain his son's share of the receipts. Nina fears Jim lives and remains a threat to her family and friends especially when females associated with casinos are suddenly murdered.

    The unexpected but realistic twists to this Nina Reilly thriller make for a powerful tale as Nina recalls what her then boyfriend prosecutor said when she defended Jim that. He believed the man was a psychopath who will go after her and her family if he is convicted. She believes he is back in Tahoe while her "protector" Paul von Wagoner knows someone stalks his former lover. Dreams of the Dead is a super thrilling twister.

    Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 28, 2012

    Excellent to the END!

    Never would have figured out who the murderer was...excellent writing.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 13, 2012

    Love these gals

    Please write more Nina books!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2011

    Always enjoy Perri O'Shaugnessy and this was no exception.

    O'Shaugnessy keeps you guessing and at the end when you think you know "who done it" you are surprised. Thoroughly enjoyable.

    A fan.

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  • Posted August 28, 2011

    I love Nina Reilly

    Once again the pages of O'Shaughnessy's book went flying too fast. I could not stop because I really care about Nina, Paul, Sandy and Nina's family. It is like reading about my own family, perhaps cousins. This book kept you guessing until the end. I changed my mind serveal times as to who the killer was and also the sub plot of whether Nina would realize that Paul is her true love. I love Tahoe and visited there twice so I can picture the scenery. Why did you make me wait so long for a book? Hope another is on its way soon.

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