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Presumption of Death (Nina Reilly Series #9)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 21, 2012

    I would recommend this book

    If you liked the earlier books in this series, you will like this one too. Another good read by O'Shaughnessy.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 16, 2003

    SOLID DELIVERY OF A CONTEMPORARY THRILLER

    Listeners have come to expect exemplary readings from voice performer Laural Merlington and she delivers again with 'Presumption of Death,' the ninth in the Nina Reilly series by the sister duo who write under the pen name of Perri O'SHAUGHNESSY. After battling for some of Lake Tahoe's most challenging clients attorney Nina Reilly deserves a breather. But, we don't always get what we deserve, do we? Nina is found in Carmel Valley with her steadfast boyfriend, Paul van Wagoner. He wants to tie the knot - she's not sure she's ready. Any thoughts of matrimony are put on hold when arson rears its deadly head. There have been two suspicious fires to date. A third inferno results in loss of life. Regrettably, the suspect earmarked by the police is Wish, the son of Nina's former assistant. Not only that but the fatality was Wish's good friend, an auto mechanic who resented the changes taking place in his hometown. As Nina and Paul begin their investigation it's not too long before they learn that those fires aren't the only burning issues in this picturesque community.

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