Exit Row

Exit Row

by Judi Culbertson

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ISBN-13: 9780062365163
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 03/22/2016
Series: Delhi Laine Mysteries
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 288
Sales rank: 5,907
File size: 624 KB

About the Author

Judi Culbertson draws on her experience as a used- and rare-book dealer, social worker, and world traveler to create her mysteries. No stranger to cemeteries, she also co-authored five biographical illustrated guides with her husband, Tom Randall, starting with Permanent Parisians. When she is not feeding family, friends, and cats, Judi creates artwork for her company, Red Sled Ornaments.

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Exit Row 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous 6 months ago
This book kept me wanting to read to find out what was going on. Good mystery and good characters. Short chapters made for a fast read. I thoroughly enjoyed it.
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JBronder More than 1 year ago
Fiona Reina is waiting to pick her boyfriend Lee up at the airport. But he is not on the flight. The airline has no information for Fiona except that he may be on a later flight. But Lee is not on that flight either. Fiona notices other people waiting for others from the same flight. She gets their information then goes on the search for Lee and the missing people. But she cannot find anything that tells her were Lee is through the airline. Then she gets a note that Lee and the others disappeared between Taos and Denver. Fiona and the others go searching for the missing people but someone wants to keep the truth hidden through bribes or death. This is my first story from Judi Culbertson and I have to say that I really liked it. I had no idea what had happened to the passengers and though that it could have been anything from terrorists to aliens. It was great following along with Fiona as she tried to find Lee. I liked how she even had moments of hesitation when someone suggests Lee might have wanted out of their relationship. I do have to say that the ending was a bit abrupt. Suddenly the passengers are found and the pivotal event is glossed over. I reread the end a couple times because I felt like I had missed something. Having said that I still liked the story and would gladly read other books by Judi Culbertson. This is a great mystery that had me guessing until the end. I received Exit Row for free from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.