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Unscrewed

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 25, 2008

    A mystery with lots of suspects in the detective's family

    L. A. homicide detective Jack Rivera is under suspicion of murder. Cocktail-waitress-turned-psychologist Christina McMullen can't believe he did it. But it might be her libido talking. When it comes to Rivera, she has a bad case of irresistible attraction. To add insult to injury, the dead woman was his beautiful ex-girlfriend now engaged to his father. And Christina thought she had family problems! As Christina investigates, she suspects his mother or his father the senator may have killed her. She also knows that she'd better be sure before she tells Rivera of her suspicions. The dead woman had quite a past. Can Christina uncover the real killer without putting herself in danger? Will Rivera be there to save her once again? I really enjoy this series. The sexual tension between Rivera and Christina is well written. I thought this book was well crafted and that the various characters interacted well and gave the story a lot of twists and turns in identifying the killer. The writer has done a great job in creating a cast of characters that engage the reader and intensify the mystery. I highly recommend this book and series.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 25, 2013

    love it!

    Love the McMullen series! I can't wait for the next installment

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 22, 2007

    Greiman Delivers Again!

    Christina McMullen, L.A. cocktail-waitress-turned-psychologist, has a problem. A problem wrapped up in a killer body, a wicked smile and a touch that would drive a saint to sin. Unfortunately for Chrissy, she asked for this particular problem. All she wanted was a date with sexy homicide detective Jack Rivera. So what's a sexually frustrated girl to do when the man in question's cell phone goes off and the ring tone is suspiciously feminine? And when he leaves you in a puddle of desire as he rushes off to take care of whoever was on the other end of that call? To make things more complicated, he goes and gets himself arrested. When Chrissy discovers that Jack has been arrested for the murder of his ex-girlfriend, who just happens to be his senator fathers current lover, she's conflicted. She knows she can help get to the bottom of the murder, but she also knows that Jack is a passionate man. And passionate men are capable of murder. As she digs into the murder she uncovers more twists and turns in Jacks past and the Rivera family dynamics than a Celtic knot. But the more she investigates, the more shes certain things aren't as they appear and perhaps Jack isn't guilty after all. Lois Greiman has done it again! She delivers a fast paced story full of wit and sexual tension. Her characters are vivid and her prose creates a likeable character we can all identify with. Fans of Stephanie Plum will love Chrissy's non-street smart intelligence and quirky humor. This is truly a gem of a series. Unscrewed is her third Chrissy McMullen novel.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    for fans of Stephanie Plum

    They met when she was his number one murder suspect in the death of her mentor.. They were together again over another criminal investigation. Los Angeles psychologist Christina McMullen is having her first date with Police Lieutenant Jack Rivera when his cell phone rings he informs her that there is troubling involving former senator Miguel Rivera, his father. --- A suspicious Christina follows Jack to his father¿s house where she sees the dead body of Salina Martinez, the senator¿s fiancée, who happened to be Jack¿s ex-lover. Jack swears he did not kill her claiming he was unconscious. Christina does not want to get involved in another murder case, but does so as Miguel appeals to her to help his son. She does some investigating even after the police determine an accident occurred due to leaking gas as Christine thinks a homicide was committed. --- Besides five degrees of Rivera, the emotions the protagonists bring out in each other makes the reader wonder whether they will make love or kill one another or both at the same time. Using humor as a tension reliever, Lois Greiman writes a snappy and sharp whodunit with a heroine who went from street smart cocktail waitress to brainy psychologist with a thriving practice. Christine is intelligent, brave and steals the show turning UNSCREWED into must reading for fans of Stephanie Plum. --- Harriet Klausner

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