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Seven Sisters (Benni Harper Series #7)

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  • Posted November 14, 2011

    Recommend this one

    Good book, enjoyed every page. One of those that gets better and better as you go.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 18, 2000

    Excellent Book!

    After seven books, Earlene still keeps her characters fresh and interesting. I couldn't put this book down! Earlene brings her characters to life and that makes for great reading!

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Excellent Benni Harper novel

    San Celina Police Chief Gabriel Ortiz is going to become a grandfather. Rookie police officer Bliss Girard became pregnant after making love with Gabriel¿s son Sam. Bliss is part of the close knit, prestigious and powerful ranching clan, the Browns. Gabe, Benni, and Sam are invited to the ranch to celebrate the upcoming nuptials. Also invited is Sam¿s beautiful mother. At the party, Benni senses an undercurrent of unease that ends with someone killing a Brown family member. <P>Transplanted Texan Ford Hudson is assigned as the investigation officer. He expects civilian Benni to help him solve the case, but she resists the lure because Gabe hates her getting involved in a homicide case. Still Benni cannot help but start sleuthing, which places her in the line of fire. <P>SEVEN SISTERS is a powerfully moving drama that will be award winning Earlene Fowler¿s breakout book if justice is served. Benni is shown in a different light than in her previous novels as she struggles with feelings of jealousy and inadequacy whenever Gabe¿s ex-wife appears. The competition between Hudson and Benni for top investigative dog is like a heavyweight title fight, this adding to the fun and the sense of knowing the star better. SEVEN SISTERS is much deeper and more complex than the previous Harper stories, earning it a special place on the keeper shelf that contains the other six books. <P>Harriet Klausner

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