Hot Property (Molly DeWitt Series #1)

Hot Property (Molly DeWitt Series #1)

by Sherryl Woods

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ISBN-13: 9780440210030
Publisher: Random House Publishing Group
Publication date: 03/28/1992
Series: Molly DeWitt Series , #1
Pages: 272
Product dimensions: 4.25(w) x 1.00(h) x 6.80(d)

About the Author

Although she began her career as a journalist, Sherryl Woods has written more than one hundred books, including the Southern romance series Chesapeake Shores and Sweet Magnolias. Lighthearted and charming, Sherryl Woods’s novels have won multiples awards and appeared many on bestseller lists. The author Debbie Macomber has called Woods’s novels "emotionally satisfying" and "truly feel-great reads!"

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Hot Property 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wish they had 1/2 stars because Hot Property is a little better than two and yet not really a three star book for me. I am not sure if this book was supposed to be a story or a spoof. For me, there were so many parts that were so absolutely unrealistic and that is a shame because it could have been a good read rather than just so so. A divorced mother with a 7-year old son, living in a waterfront condo in Florida – is enticed to play in a bridge game because the usual player is ill. The next morning the woman finds a man who had been playing bridge at her table the evening before and who few people liked, stabbed to dead in the card room. The murder weapon looks like one of her knives. As the police arrive a good looking detective goes to her to ask questions about her finding the deceased. Instantly she becomes all sass and regardless of his instructions decides to investigate and find the murderer herself. For me, if I had a young child I would not be going out trying to find a murderer with the most definite chance of being the next victim and leaving my son without a mother. It’s an OK book but could have been so much more.
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