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Posted June 25, 2002
Elizabeth Dearl's Twice Dead is a wonderful read. Don't pick it up if you're going to have to stop in five or ten minutes because you'll be hard pressed to put the book down. It's filled with well-conceived, delightful characters; a plot that, as one reviewer in the cover pages put it, 'has more twists than a Texas twister' (the best analogy, really, for this book); and colorful phrases that pull you in and make it so easy to keep gobbling up the story. Plus, there's even a recipe at the back of the book! Truly, this book was a delight to read (and a stumper to solve!). Ms. Dearl is perhaps the best lesser-known mystery writer of the day, but she's on par with the likes of Agatha Christie, Mary Higgins Clark, etc. This book won't disappoint at all.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted January 26, 2010
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