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Me, Myself and Why? (Cadence Jones Series #1)

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4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

zany dark humorous police procedural

In Minneapolis, the FBI Bureau of False Flags Ops (BOFFO) Agent Cadence Jones suffers from multiple personality disorder, which is an asset for the mission of this unit filled with psychotics and an occasional functional neurotic. She and her partner sociopath George P...
In Minneapolis, the FBI Bureau of False Flags Ops (BOFFO) Agent Cadence Jones suffers from multiple personality disorder, which is an asset for the mission of this unit filled with psychotics and an occasional functional neurotic. She and her partner sociopath George Pinkham are assigned to ending the reign of terror of Threefer Killer, who murders people in groups of three leaving behind newspaper articles and nothing else.

The serial killer begins sending messages to Cadence and her two sisters Shiro and Adrienne. Depending on which MPD is working determines whether Cadence is concerned or not. However, anyone who is from the Twin Cities knows better than to mess with the Jones. More concerned to Cadence as she switches from one personality to another is she falls in love with her best friend's visiting brother.

Clearly over the top of the Prospect Park Water Tower and Deming Heights Park combined, Me, Myself and Why? Is a zany dark humorous police procedural. Not for all of MaryJanice Davidson's fans especially the paranormal shoe lovers, this tale lampoons how easily society conveniently catalogues people to make them fit inside a file drawer. The strong radically offbeat edgy cast make for a madcap Minnesota mystery, in which ironically MPD sufferer holds the plot together as readers will wonder whether to label her as the main character or characters.

Harriet Klausner

posted by harstan on August 31, 2010

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Not a good read

Didn't really like hopping from one of her personalities to the next very hard to get into very hard to like the character

posted by kricket88 on September 29, 2011

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  • Posted August 31, 2010

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    zany dark humorous police procedural

    In Minneapolis, the FBI Bureau of False Flags Ops (BOFFO) Agent Cadence Jones suffers from multiple personality disorder, which is an asset for the mission of this unit filled with psychotics and an occasional functional neurotic. She and her partner sociopath George Pinkham are assigned to ending the reign of terror of Threefer Killer, who murders people in groups of three leaving behind newspaper articles and nothing else.

    The serial killer begins sending messages to Cadence and her two sisters Shiro and Adrienne. Depending on which MPD is working determines whether Cadence is concerned or not. However, anyone who is from the Twin Cities knows better than to mess with the Jones. More concerned to Cadence as she switches from one personality to another is she falls in love with her best friend's visiting brother.

    Clearly over the top of the Prospect Park Water Tower and Deming Heights Park combined, Me, Myself and Why? Is a zany dark humorous police procedural. Not for all of MaryJanice Davidson's fans especially the paranormal shoe lovers, this tale lampoons how easily society conveniently catalogues people to make them fit inside a file drawer. The strong radically offbeat edgy cast make for a madcap Minnesota mystery, in which ironically MPD sufferer holds the plot together as readers will wonder whether to label her as the main character or characters.

    Harriet Klausner

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 22, 2011

    Quirky and amazing.

    I liked it. Yes, it was kind of weird, but I thought that the story was original and fun to read. It takes a bit to get used to what is happening and what the pace of the book is like. once you are in since with the characters, you are in for a fun ride!

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 23, 2012

    Unique and funny book! A must read!

    I couldn't put it down! It's funny and surprising amounts of suspense. I can't wait to get more from this author!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 20, 2010

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    Amazing!!

    Wow! I haven't read anything by MaryJanice Davidson that I didn't LOVE!
    This was no exception. This book is hilarious. I laughed out loud so many times. It was even better because I listened to it. I think I would have missed out on something with Adrienne if I just read the book.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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