The Man in 3B

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Daryl Graham has just moved into a Jamaica, Queens, apartment building and his neighbors, both male and female alike, can't stop talking about him. From his extreme attractiveness to his undeniable swag, Daryl is the man every woman wants and every man wants to be.

Connie, an unhappy wife, turns to Daryl for help losing weight, hoping to fix her marriage. But when Daryl starts making Connie feel beautiful again, she questions whether her marriage is worth saving. Benny, a ...

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Overview

Daryl Graham has just moved into a Jamaica, Queens, apartment building and his neighbors, both male and female alike, can't stop talking about him. From his extreme attractiveness to his undeniable swag, Daryl is the man every woman wants and every man wants to be.

Connie, an unhappy wife, turns to Daryl for help losing weight, hoping to fix her marriage. But when Daryl starts making Connie feel beautiful again, she questions whether her marriage is worth saving. Benny, a spoiled teenager raised by a single father, looks up to Daryl. When an unexpected event occurs, Benny is left questioning everything he's ever known to be true. Krystal, Daryl's first love, wants to make things work with her current boyfriend. Yet having Daryl back in her life sends her happy home spiraling out of control. And Avery, Connie's husband, doesn't care about anything or anyone when a financial opportunity comes his way-that is, until he notices how much time his wife is spending with their new neighbor.

Everything seems to be going well, until someone is murdered, and everyone becomes a prime suspect.

"Weber packs his latest urban soap opera with all seven deadly sins . . . [To] err is not only human, but a whole lot more fun to read."

-Publishers Weekly

"Contains lots of the drama and tight writing style that has made him a New York Times bestselling author, and more importantly, all the surprises and shocks readers won't see coming."

-Examiner.com

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's Happy Ever After blog on THE MAN IN 3B
"A delicious gift of drama, suspense, and romance . . . Weber entices with wonderfully crafted 'ordinary' people."
Publishers Weekly
02/25/2013
All the women want him and all the men fear him. The murder by arson of hunky Daryl Graham shatters his Queens, NY, community, including the suspects: Krystal, an ex-flame and schoolteacher whose passion for Daryl can't match her insatiable desire for drugs; her cocaine-dealing fiancé; Connie, a sex-starved house frau who's let herself go to pot; her husband Avery who kicks her out to set off on a life of crime; and 21-year-old brainiac Benny whose womanizing firefighter dad wonders what kind of influence Daryl wielded over his son. Weber (The Choir Director) packs his latest urban soap opera with all seven deadly sins in a bawdy mystery that doesn't take its flawed characters too seriously. The villains and heroes, each given their own, rotating perspectives, are a hot mess—alternately coldly selfish and admirably selfless. Though an unlikely twist gives everyone exactly who and what they deserve, fans will likely suspend belief for the tidy bow on this flashy little package. After all, to err is not only human, but a whole lot more fun to read. (Feb.)
Booklist on BIG GIRLS DO CRY
"Popular author Weber The Preacher's Son, 2005; Up to No Good, 2009 fills his books with lifelike characters-flawed, confused, frustrated, and sometimes plus-sized. His latest is perfect for readers looking for an emotion-filled human drama, and Big Girls Do Cry will be a welcome addition to any library's African American fiction collection."
http://allthatsnoir.blogspot.com/ on THE MAN IN 3B
"Wow. Wow. Wow...Just when you think Carl Weber couldn't possibly have any more drama or mystery left in his imagination to capture the reader, he does it again."
Examiner.com on THE MAN IN 3B
"Contains lots of the drama and tight writing style that has made him a New York Times bestselling author, and more importantly, all the surprises and shocks readers won't see coming."
USA Today's Happy Ever After blog on THE MAN IN 3B
"A delicious gift of drama, suspense, and romance . . . Weber entices with wonderfully crafted 'ordinary' people."
HotEatsandCoolReads.com on THE MAN IN 3B
"The drama and the characters had me turning the pages, and staying up until 1 a.m. trying to finish. Daryl is a main character everyone would love, especially the ladies . . . I will definitely be reading more books by Carl Weber very soon."
allthatsnoir.blogspot.com/
"Wow. Wow. Wow...Just when you think Carl Weber couldn't possibly have any more drama or mystery left in his imagination to capture the reader, he does it again."
Booklist
"Popular author Weber (The Preacher's Son, 2005; Up to No Good, 2009) fills his books with lifelike characters-flawed, confused, frustrated, and sometimes plus-sized. His latest is perfect for readers looking for an emotion-filled human drama, and Big Girls Do Cry will be a welcome addition to any library's African American fiction collection."
From the Publisher
"Weber packs his latest urban soap opera with all seven deadly sins . . . [To] err is not only human, but a whole lot more fun to read."—Publishers Weekly on THE MAN IN 3B

"Contains lots of the drama and tight writing style that has made him a New York Times bestselling author, and more importantly, all the surprises and shocks readers won't see coming."—Examiner.com on THE MAN IN 3B

"A delicious gift of drama, suspense, and romance . . . Weber entices with wonderfully crafted 'ordinary' people."—USA Today's Happy Ever After blog on THE MAN IN 3B

"Wow. Wow. Wow...Just when you think Carl Weber couldn't possibly have any more drama or mystery left in his imagination to capture the reader, he does it again."—http://allthatsnoir.blogspot.com/ on THE MAN IN 3B

"The drama and the characters had me turning the pages, and staying up until 1 a.m. trying to finish. Daryl is a main character everyone would love, especially the ladies . . . I will definitely be reading more books by Carl Weber very soon."—HotEatsandCoolReads.com on THE MAN IN 3B

Library Journal
Weber (The Choir Director; Big Girls Do Cry) opens his latest novel with police investigating a body burned beyond recognition that’s found in apartment 3B. Could it be sexy Daryl Graham, who female neighbors tag as a cross between Tyrese, Teddy Pendergrass, and Michael Jordan? In a flashback we find that each member of the tight “family”of the building’s residents has a controversial past and at least two of the women have a sexual connection with Daryl. The main players in this story of alternating narrators are overweight Connie, who is being divorced by her man, and her nasty, sexually wild stepdaughter, Krystal. Then there is 21-year-old Benny , who is intrigued about Daryl’s collection of books about living a down-low lifestyle. Skullduggery builds to the point at which any one of these folks has a reason to see Daryl dead. It gets even more complicated because this awesome dude who women want and men admire couldn’t leave 3B due to house arrest and an ankle bracelet. Was a murderer invited into 3B? VERDICT Weber’s closed-room mystery asks age-old question of whodunit, but adds an inner city vibe. His ear for street dialog hits the mark, and he balances street scenes, sex, and male/female romantic relationships with a skilled hand. The author’s instantly recognized name makes purchasing this title an easy-peasy decision. Buy multiple copies. [See Prepub Alert, 8/16/12.]

(c) Copyright 2013. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781455505241
  • Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
  • Publication date: 12/17/2013
  • Pages: 336
  • Sales rank: 285,020
  • Product dimensions: 5.20 (w) x 7.90 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author

Carl Weber
Carl Weber is a New York Times bestselling author of Something on the Side, The First Lady, So You Call Yourself a Man, The Preacher's Son, Player Haters, Baby Momma Drama, Married Men, Lookin' for Luv, Torn Between Lovers, and The Choir Director. Carl is also the owner of the Urban Books imprint, with 17 book store locations.

Carl Weber lives in Long Island, NY with his family. Carl is hard at work on his next novel. For more information, please visit http://www.carlweber.net/#/home.

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The Man in 3B


By Carl Weber

Grand Central Publishing

Copyright © 2013 Carl Weber
All rights reserved.
ISBN: 978-1-4555-0524-1


CHAPTER 1

Four months prior

I stepped off the bus and briskly walked the eight blocks home, carrying two heavy shopping bags filled with groceries for my husband's birthday celebration, for which I planned to go all out. I could have gotten off the bus at the corner of Guy R. Brewer Boulevard and 109th Street about a block from my apartment, but I'd heard some weight loss expert on The Today Show the other day explaining how if you get off one stop before yours and walk the rest of the way home every day, you can lose up to ten pounds per year. Sounds crazy, right? I'm not even saying that I believed her, just that I was so desperate to lose the fifty-plus pounds I'd gained after my wedding that I was willing to try anything. I'd tried every diet book, tummy-buster DVD, and weight loss infomercial gimmick there was, all with no results. With money being so tight now, walking was a lot cheaper than buying another set of DVDs or a gym membership.

I had to do something to lose this weight. I couldn't even get my husband, Avery, to look at me in a sexual manner, and the Lord knows I missed his touch.

About halfway down my block I saw anchorwoman Nancy Williams staked out in front of my building, reporting the six o'clock news. Some folks watched CNN; others ABC or CBS; many got their news from 1010 WINS radio; but the women of my neighborhood got our local information from Nancy Williams and the 109th Street news team of gossips. Along with Nancy was her number one investigative reporter, Lily Nixon, our building super's wife. Nancy's weather girl, Ms. Bertha Dunbar from 1B, could tell you the next day's weather just by how her bones felt. They were surrounded by three other neighbors from our building and a couple of girls from across the street.

"Hey, y'all," I greeted as I stopped in front of them, trying to catch my breath after my walk. They greeted me in their usual friendly manner, but the looks that passed between them told me something was up. Either they were trying to decide if they would include me in the latest gossip, or they were trying to decide who would be the one who got to break the story.

"Okay, what's the latest?" I asked Nancy. I knew it wouldn't be long before she spilled her guts because Nancy couldn't hold water. "Or should I be afraid to ask?"

"Be afraid," Nancy quipped.

"Be very afraid," Pam from across the street added with a smirk.

"Humph! It's our men that should be afraid." Lily laughed as the women around her traded high fives and uh-huhs.

It was starting to look like it would take a while for them to deliver the news, so I set my heavy bags down on the stoop. "What in the world are y'all talking about?"

"Three-B." Nancy pointed in the direction of the third-floor apartment on the right. "Or should I say, the man in 3B. That's what we're talking about."

I looked over at Lily. "So y'all finally rented it, huh?" I asked, wondering why that was such a big deal. Lily's answer told me there was much more to the story.

She practically purred when she told me, "We sure did, and I hope this one stays forever. It's about time we had some new eye candy around here."

"Here, here," a couple of the women chimed in unison.

"I'll tell you what," Nancy added with a devilish grin. "I'm willing to chip in if he falls behind on his rent, just as long as he's willing to work it off. If you know what I mean." She wiggled her rear like she was about to take it from behind.

"Well, if that's the case, then count me in too," one of the women cosigned with gyrating hips. "And hell, he ain't even gotta do any work. I'll take care of everything." They all busted out laughing.

I shook my head and joined their laughter. "I take it our new neighbor is a man?"

"He's more than just a man. He's the man that's gonna have the water and electric bills on this place going sky-high," Jewell replied with deadpan seriousness.

"Excuse me? Why's that?" The last thing I needed was for our bills to be going up.

"Because, honey, that man's so fine, we gon' be going through our wet panties like drawers is goin' outta style. We gon' be doing laundry and taking cold showers more than ever."

The cackling and high-fiving resumed.

"Nancy, you and Lily ought to be ashamed of yourselves," I said with a smile. "You're married women for crying out loud." I felt bad for their husbands. I mean, how bad were things at home if they were lusting over the new guy in 3B like that?

I grabbed my bags before making my way up the steps and opened the door.

"I may be married, but I ain't dead," Lily quipped.

"That's right," Nancy said. "Go on with your bad self, but I guarantee you'll be right out here with us once you get a load of what we're talking about."

"I seriously doubt that. I got a man, and he's all I need to get me through the night," I answered before disappearing into my apartment building. I meant what I said about Avery being the only man I needed. I just wondered sometimes if he still felt the same way about me.

Out of habit, I walked toward the elevator, but then remembered the advice of the woman on TV and headed for the stairs. Carrying those two heavy bags, I huffed and puffed up three flights. By the time I reached the landing to enter the third floor, my chest was heaving and I was so out of breath I thought I was going to pass out. My vision was so blurry that the number three on the door almost looked like thirty-three.

This is ridiculous, I thought. How the hell did I ever let it come to this? Those were only three flights of stairs, not ten! I hauled my sweaty self through the doorway, leaning against the wall as I trudged down the hall to my apartment. In front of my door, I let both grocery bags fall out of my hands as I struggled to catch my breath.

"Hey, are you okay down there?" a man's voice called from the other end of the hall.

It sounded like Benny, the young college kid who lived in 3C, but I was still too damn out of breath to lift my head and find out as I fumbled through my purse for my house keys.

"Miss? Are you okay?"

As he got closer, I finally looked up, and I thought my eyes were playing tricks on me because I swear I was staring at a god or maybe an angel or something.

"You okay?" he asked again.

My vision was fine now, and this incredibly handsome figure stood before me. I could only nod.

If this was who Nancy and her news crew were talking about outside, they hadn't told no lies, because this brotha was finer than fine—the kind of fine where you turn to stare and walk right into a damn wall! He was tall with a skin fade and a perfectly manicured beard—a combination of Tyrese, Teddy Pendergrass, and Michael Jordan all wrapped up in one. He was wearing a jogging suit that fit him like it was tailor-made, and I could tell he was pure muscle underneath it. He wore an earring in his left lobe and an expensive watch on his wrist, but the piece of jewelry that stood out the most was the thick gold chain and a Star of David pendant he wore around his neck.

"Umm ... are you okay?" he asked for the third time before I finally realized this gorgeous man was waiting for me to speak.

"Good Lord, I've died and gone to heaven! And you're ... you're an angel, aren't you? God sent me an angel, and he's fine as hell."

Did I really just say that? How embarrassing. Now I was not only sweaty, but my face was also probably bright red. I had this terrible habit of saying really stupid things when I was around handsome men, and this was probably one of the best looking I'd ever seen. If I had my wits about me, I might have been able to play it off like I was joking, but I was so flustered by this guy I could barely think straight.

"Well, I wouldn't say all that." He chuckled and flashed a smile with teeth so white I swear they lit up the hallway. "This place is nice, but I wouldn't call it heaven, and the closest thing to an angel I've seen is you, pretty lady. Now, are you all right?"

Pretty lady! Was he flirting with me? He couldn't be flirting with me. Men like him didn't flirt with me. But it sure sounded like he was flirting with me. Get it together, girl. You're a married woman. I willed myself to snap out of it and start making some sense before he thought I was a complete lunatic.

"Oh, there's nothing wrong with me. Just getting a little exercise. I probably should have taken the elevator instead of the stairs. These bags are a little heavier than I thought. I think I might have overdone it." I closed my mouth when I discovered that now I had gone from being unable to speak to rambling like an idiot. Miraculously, he didn't seem to notice my crazy behavior. In fact, he was still flirting.

I swear to God I felt my knees tremble when he leaned in close to me and whispered in my ear, "A woman who likes to keep in shape. That's very impressive. But between me and you, everything already looks to be in shape." He pulled away. "So don't hurt yourself, you hear me? I can't go having my new neighbor all sick and laid up. At least not until I get some food in my house so I can make you my homemade chicken soup and nurse you back to health."

Thank goodness that wall was there to hold me up.

"Baby, I don't care if that soup comes out of a can ..."

Oh no. What the hell is wrong with me? I'm a married woman. Connie, get yourself together, girl, before you make a bigger fool of yourself than you already have.

"I'm sorry. I didn't mean to call you baby. It's just I call my husband—"

He stopped me. "Your husband? Listen, I apologize for my forwardness. I'm not trying to cause any trouble, especially since I just moved here. I'm really sorry. I didn't see a ring."

So it wasn't in my head. This gorgeous man had been making a pass at me. I had to smile. My ego hadn't had a boost like this in years.

"I stopped wearing my rings a few years ago when they got too tight. You know, um, I'm not quite the same size I was on my wedding day."

His eyes traveled down my body, and unlike the way Avery looked at me lately, this guy seemed to like what he saw. Damn, it felt good to be admired that way. I tried to switch to a more neutral subject before I got myself into trouble.

"You, uh, must be the new man moving into 3B that I've heard so much about."

His pleasant, happy face became stern. "What exactly have you heard? I just got the keys twenty minutes ago. I haven't even moved any of my stuff in yet."

I was a little taken aback by his reaction. "Oh, nothing bad," I said to reassure him. "I just heard that there was a new man moving into 3B, that's all. We look out for each other around here, but everyone kinda keeps to themselves," I lied.

"Oh, I see. That's good, 'cause I'm kind of a private person, and I like to keep a low profile myself."

Hah! With that face and that body, no way you're keeping a low profile.

Fortunately, I hadn't spoken out loud this time, but I still felt the heat on my cheeks. This man had me thinking all kinds of crazy things. It was time to get out of there, because there was no telling what I might say or do next.

"Well, neighbor, it was nice meeting you. I guess I better get these groceries inside and start dinner," I said, hoping to escape whatever power he seemed to have over my good sense.

His eyes were all over my curves once again, and I swear he looked like he wanted to pour chocolate over every single inch of me and lick it off. Or maybe that was just the fantasy I was having in that moment. Either way, I thought I would melt into a puddle right there in the hallway when he took my hand, kissed it, and said, "Well, pretty lady, your husband's a very lucky man."

"Uh ..." I'd lost the power to speak again. All I could do was give him a stupid grin—and yet he still looked at me like he thought I was something special. This was one sexy mutha.

"I'll see you around, neighbor," he said.

I nodded, wishing he would stand there and hold my hand forever.

"By the way," he said, "I didn't get your name. Mine's Daryl. Daryl Graham."

I finally regained the power of speech and said, "I'm Connie Graham."

"Hey, how 'bout that? We could be related. Is Graham your maiden name or married name?" He stared at me and waited for an answer, but I'd barely heard his question because I was so wrapped up in those sexy-ass eyes of his.

"Huh?" I whispered. "Did you say something?"

"I said your name's Graham, just like mine. Maybe we're cousins or something."

I said my name was Graham? Oh. My. God. There must be some kind of correlation: the sexier the man, the stupider I become.

I tried to laugh it off. "Oh, you must have heard me incorrectly. My last name is Mack. Connie Mack."

I'm sure he knew I was full of shit. There's no way someone could mistake Mack for Graham. He knew I'd just called myself Connie Graham, but he was so sweet he let it slide so I wouldn't be more embarrassed.

"Yeah, I probably heard you wrong. Well, Connie Mack, I'll be seeing you around."

He kissed my hand once again, and then he floated off into heaven. Or maybe he took the elevator or the stairwell. Heck, I don't know. All I knew was that I had to hurry inside, so I could make dinner before my husband got home. I'd planned on giving him the blow job of his life as a birthday present, but now that Mr. 3B had me all worked up, we were going to have to rethink things 'cause Connie Mack was gonna need a little something herself.

CHAPTER 2

I was looking out my bedroom window, laughing at the neighborhood women ogling the new tenant in 3B as he came out of the building. He headed toward the U-Haul truck that was parked in front, and every pair of eyes on that stoop was glued to him like he was a big, juicy steak and they hadn't eaten for weeks. I watched as he gave them a friendly nod, then disappeared into the back of the truck. Don't get me wrong. He was a handsome enough man, but those sisters were losing their minds with the way they were acting, especially now that he was out of sight. If they knew I was watching them as they flashed their breasts or wiggled their asses at him when his back was turned, they'd probably keel over and die.

But all that came to an abrupt end when my father, Ben Senior, came walking down the block. Normally when he approached, the women of the neighborhood were all quick to speak. Some even flirted with my old man, but today they had nothing to say. No need for leftovers when fresh meat had arrived, I guess.

Ms. Nancy, as I called her out of respect, who had led the women in their antics, practically sprouted angel wings when Pop approached. Not that she was an angel by any stretch of the imagination. Ms. Nancy had been seeing Pop behind her husband's back for quite a while. Considering how often she'd sneak up to our apartment in the middle of the night or after her husband left for work, I'd say she was pretty smitten. She knew my dad didn't play that junk, and if he had seen her lifting up her shirt the way she did, they'd be over. I think she could already sense that he'd been looking for an excuse to kick her to the curb.

What she didn't know was that one of the other ladies who hung around our stoop, her friend Ms. Pam, had been making overtures toward Pop for quite a while. Ms. Pam was a thirty-five-year-old bombshell that all the older men on our block had been trying to get with. From the way she and Pop were giving each other eye signals, it looked to me like tonight was the night he was going to seal the deal—that is, as long as Ms. Nancy didn't pick up on it and find some way to cock block.

As you can probably tell, my father is a ladies' man. He is also a New York City fireman. Even more importantly, he is my hero. There were not a lot of men like Pop, and although I had a hell of a lot of respect for his uniform, I had even more respect for him as a man. He'd raised me by himself since I was eight without one complaint. He'd sacrificed his entire life for me, and I'd never wanted for anything growing up. As a kid, I told him and everyone who would listen that I wanted to be just like my dad.

"Nah, son, I don't want you to be like me," he'd tell me. With his hand on my shoulder, he'd look down at me and say, "I want you to be better than me. I want you to use that brain of yours and make me proud." I looked up to my father then, and now at twenty years old and in my second year of college, I still looked up to him.

Turning my attention back to the street, I watched my father give one last signal to Ms. Pam. He seemed to purposely ignore the other women on the stoop as he headed toward the truck, probably going to introduce himself to our new neighbor.
(Continues...)


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  • Posted May 29, 2013

    I really enjoyed this book from the begining to the end. There w

    I really enjoyed this book from the begining to the end. There was nothing boring about this book at all. I hope there will be more about these characters.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 28, 2013

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    Carl Weber has proved once again why he do what he do and he do

    Carl Weber has proved once again why he do what he do and he do and he does it so well. There are so many twists and turns in this book from start to finish. My biggest problem is finishing his books so fast, and then, I have to wait until the next one drops. Oh, well, it is always worth it. 

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 7, 2013

    WOW!!!!!

    This book was awesome! Soo many twists and turns! I didnt expect the ending at all! What a great mystery.....I wonder if they'll be a part 2?!?!

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  • Posted February 4, 2013

    more from this reviewer

    "Just finished Carl Weber's new book "The Man in 3B&qu

    "Just finished Carl Weber's new book "The Man in 3B".  Just like I expected in other books by the author it has a very believable cast of characters and the predicaments they find themselves in were current believable issues that need to be voiced.  It's real life and I enjoyed it.  I love how the epilogue filled in the remainder of the mystery surrounding the characters.  It has my vote" -- Norman LaVelle

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  • Posted February 1, 2013

    Well here we go again...another good read, non stop, page turner

    Well here we go again...another good read, non stop, page turner, juicy book!! I've read most of Carl Weber's books and enjoyed every one. Picked up "The Man in 3B" book and can't put it down. I need to update my library and make sure I have all his books. Looking forward to more of his writings. Hope fully real soon there can be a TV series and movies! Great Job CWeber....Keep up the Good Work!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 22, 2013

    Sizzler

    Unbelievable!!! This book is amazingly good. And the different qualities of the characters are a bonus to the twist. A must read. The added sexy details makes you want to keep reading

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 25, 2013

    TOTALLY AWESOME! PAGE TURNER

    Carl Weber has done it again! This book will have you on the edge of your seat, not doing your work, and up throughout the night just to see what happens next. I must admit that I was wrong on certain parts of the story, i.e. the little blue boxes, and the twist in the end, but boy was it great! This is by far one of his best pieces of work, and one of the few books that I will reread! Continue to keep up the great work Carl. I look forward to your next novel.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 5, 2013

    Carl weber aka Mr. reliable

    Great read. Page turner. Im pretty moody when it comes to reading but couldnt put this book down. Alot of twist, well put together. Hopefully he makes a sequel because it leaves u with questions about certain characters. Worth the buy.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 27, 2013

    Sulfermoon

    Here.

    2 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 29, 2013

    Number 1 writer

    If the book is by Carl Weber i love it already, awesome writer. I have read all his books and loved them all. Cannot wait to get into this one.

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 15, 2014

    Great

    Can't wait to finish it, fantasizing about the book make it seems like it's actually real.

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  • Posted July 12, 2014

    Highly Recommended!!!

    Carl Weber always aims to please. It was a page turner for me. I enjoyed the story.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 28, 2014

    I have read several of Mr. Weber's novels and I have not be disa

    I have read several of Mr. Weber's novels and I have not be disappointed.

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  • Posted April 22, 2014

    Man in 3B, was great!!!!...For sure a page turner, I was kept wa

    Man in 3B, was great!!!!...For sure a page turner, I was kept wanting more from opening this book. Carl Weber has done it again, I'm waiting on The Family Business 4th book....Hoping for more about these characters.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 14, 2014

    Highly recommend

    Great read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 19, 2014

    GOOD BOOK

    Definitely a page turner...a very good read!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 12, 2014

    Worth the read

    Great easy read. Another CW classic.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 11, 2014

    LOVED IT!

    This was such a good book. I didn't even realize it was going to be a mystery novel. Two of my favorite genres combined. Weber got me. I didn't know what was going on. Never a dull moment. I'm glad I bought this. You should too!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 1, 2014

    Unpredictable

    This was the perfect balance of romance, drama, and mystery. I almost felt like I was one of the nosy women on the stoop, wanting to know more of everyone's business. The Man in 3B is sexy and will make any woman fall in love with him.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 27, 2013

    Surprising

    Page turner, not what I expected at all.

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