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Most Likely to Die: Kristen/Lindsay/Rachel

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

1 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

One of the most frightening thrillers of the year

In 1986 in Portland Oregon, the St. Valentine Day dance at St. Elizabeth¿s High School is in full swing. When Jake Marcott disappeared from the dance he went to the maze to meet a girl but instead he is killed by an arrow straight through his heart, impaling him to a t...
In 1986 in Portland Oregon, the St. Valentine Day dance at St. Elizabeth¿s High School is in full swing. When Jake Marcott disappeared from the dance he went to the maze to meet a girl but instead he is killed by an arrow straight through his heart, impaling him to a tree. No suspect is ever found and after two decades, the case is considered cold.------------------- On the twentieth year after the events of the St. Valentine¿s dance, Kirsten Jake¿s girlfriend at the time is selected to coordinate the school¿s reunion since it will be torn down next year. Separated from her husband Ross, she finds someone begins stalking her, getting into her house and marking up certain women¿s invitations to the reunion. Ross takes her and their daughter to his home for their safety. Lindsey, Jake¿s ex-girlfriend is also in danger with the killer almost killing her in her own home. Two of the women on the committee are killed and the police think it is an accident but others think it was murder. Rachel, a southern police officer who is going to the reunion, traces everything to one killer. She goes through the old records with Dean McMichael an old friend and now something more. They work together because they know the killer has targeted at least three other women and must be stopped before someone else dies.------------------------- When Lisa Jackson, Beverly Barton, and Wendy Corsi team up, they produce one of the most frightening thrillers of the year. Although each writer has their own style, MOST LIKELY TO DIE is written so smoothly it is impossible to figure who wrote what. The characters in their traumatic circumstances are totally realistic making this feel like a real crime drama and one work readers will definitely remember.------------------ Harriet Klausner

posted by harstan on December 9, 2008

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Great...Until the End

Excellant story, until it got to the end. Very disappointing and non climatic.

posted by Anonymous on April 24, 2007

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