Murder Me Twice (A Detective Joe Ezell Mystery, Book 1)

Murder Me Twice (A Detective Joe Ezell Mystery, Book 1)

by P.J. Conn


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ISBN-13: 9781614178095
Publisher: ABN Leadership Group, Inc, dba ePublishing Works!
Publication date: 12/07/2015
Series: A Detective Joe Ezell Mystery , #1
Pages: 248
Sales rank: 952,300
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.56(d)

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Murder Me Twice (A Detective Joe Ezell Mystery, Book 1) 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
nancyg1NG More than 1 year ago
This turned out to be a decent read. I am finding it very difficult to find books that aren't the same old story line and this one is one that I was a bit surprised when I got to the end. The book held my attention and I liked the characters. Worth reading, especially at the current price of $.99
The_Brats More than 1 year ago
I received a free copy of this book from eBook Discovery in exchange for an honest review. Hal Marten is a happily married insurance salesman. His wife, Faye, takes care of the home and does not have to work.One Thursday night Hal stops off at the Golden Bear Lounge, where he sees a veiled woman seated alone. He is intrigued, but does not approach her, then goes home to his wife. With her husband coming home a little later on Thursday nights, Faye hires Private Detective Joe Ezell to check on up on him. Joe reports that her husband visits the Golden Bear Lounge on his way home and was seen speaking to a woman there. Faye is visibly upset by the news and leaves. Then one night after leaving the Lounge, the veiled woman, Pearl, is shot and killed; then Hal arrives home to find his wife is missing. The police detective on the case is convinced that Hal murdered his wife and hid the body. After finding Joe's business card among Faye's things, Hal seeks Joe's help to prove his innocence. Who is the mysterious woman from the Golden Bear Lounge and what happened to Faye? This story is unusual in that it is told from the victim's perspective, rather than the detectives.
Voltan_Drake More than 1 year ago
This book was a surprise from the beginning. Rather than viewing the story from the perspective of the PI, the reader is immersed in the lives of the victims. The murder occurs through a very strange and unexpected set of circumstances. This is a very entertaining, enjoyable and satisfying mystery with no foul language or gratuitous sex. A 5 star read.