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 “An original heroine, a clever concept…Put this series at the top of your shopping list.” — Elaine Viets, national bestselling author

"Charming, fun, and refreshing." — Seattle Post-Intelligencer

About the Author

 Laura DiSilverio was born in Georgia and now lives with her husband, two daughters, and a dog in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
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Product Details

  • Series: Mall Cop (Book 2)
  • Mass Market Paperback: 288 pages
  • Publisher: Berkley (May 1, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0425248038
  • ISBN-13: 978-0425248034
  • Product Dimensions: 4.3 x 0.8 x 6.7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 5 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #557,889 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Laura DiSilverio spent twenty years as an Air Force intelligence officer--serving as a squadron commander in England, English teacher at the Air Force Academy, budgeteer at the National Reconnaissance Officer, POW/MIA researcher in Bangkok, and in other positions--before retiring to write and parent full-time. She lives in Colorado with her hubby, tween-aged daughters (who are teaching her a lot about patience), and Wire-haired Pointing Griffon. She writes the Charlie Swift/Gigi Goldman humorous private investigator series (SWIFT RUN, St. Martin's Minotaur, Nov 2012) as well as the Mall Cop mystery series (MALLED TO DEATH, Berkley Prime Crime, Apr 2013).

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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Kathryn Sargent on December 15, 2012
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I love a tough heroine! And I liked this one, but I got so tired of all the slams against overweight people in this book that I don't know if I'll ever read another of her books. Really, Ms. DiSilverio, you may offend many women who would have been your fans. How many women are truly happy with their weight? And does that make them any less human? In fact, we may be more likely to be readers!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By An Allergic Foodie on May 2, 2012
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In this entertaining cozy, former military police officer E.J. Ferris is certainly not your typical mall cop and the Fernglen Galleria, where she patrols, has more murders than the stores have sales. While the plot of this original story immediately pulled me in, it was E.J. who won me over; I found myself not only wanting her to solve the mystery but to also gain the respect she deserves.

If you missed meeting E.J. and her hilarious retired-CIA grandfather in Ms. DiSilverio's first book of this series (Die Buying), add it to your summer reading list, too. You won't be disappointed.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By J & L Rigod on May 25, 2012
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Veteran EJ Ferris is still on deployment as a mall cop at Fernglen Galleria. Her working day is disrupted when her security rounds comes upon a dead body at the East entrance to the upscale mall. The entrance that EJ knows the cameras are non-operating.

Not only is the body a worrisome event, something seems to be going on with the Security Captain, EJ's boss and the feeling that there is a connection between him and the killing just won't leave EJ alone. EJ is an independent woman and an injured Veteran of Afganistan. The mall provides her with a Segway(tm) to make her rounds, and I find not only that I approve of this detail but that it adds a level of excitement to chases etc. It is a requirement of the American Disabilities Act but this book is really using it in a move the plot forward manner that I find excellent.

EJ is never alone, her retired, CIA, Grandfather Atherton is on the job as a Easter Bunny and adds a great deal of humor and competence to the storyline as well. The murder mystery gets many more levels added on to it and the surprise crime being committed within the mall might astonish you as it did me.

I really looked forward to this second novel in the series and I was pleasantly pleased with it. Now, to await the next edition. Will EJ get promoted? We will have to wait and see.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By CJ-MO VINE VOICE on May 5, 2012
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An injury forces EJ Ferris to take a medical discharge from the military. She is now a "mall cop" at Virginia's Fernglen Galleria. Catching shoplifters, finding lost keys for motorists, and subduing drunken Easter bunnies is now all in a day's work for EJ. One morning as EJ walks from her car to the mall entrance, she discovers a dead body right outside the door to the mall. At first she assumes it's a homeless man, but it soon becomes evident this isn't a street person and his death was no accident. It even looks like the young man's death may have something to do with some shady operations going on at Fernglen involving mall employees. Although lead investigator Detective Sergeant Andrers Helland doesn't want EJ's help, she just can't help but get involved in the investigation of a murder that occurred on her home turf, even if that means angering Helland and putting herself in the target of a murderer.

EJ (short for Emma-Joy) is a wonderful main character - tough, but vulnerable and with a sharp wit that is very entertaining. She has been trying to get hired on as a police officer somewhere, but her injury is preventing her from getting hired. I admire the fact that even though working in Mall Security isn't her first career choice, she puts her all into the job. When the opportunity arises for her to be temporarily managing other employees, she tries her best to connect with each one of them, even those who are resentful of her new responsibilities.

There are interesting side-characters as well that go beyond the stereotypical characters of some cozies. Her best friend Kyra isn't just a boring sidekick for EJ; she has her own likes and dislikes and distinctive personality.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Mary Lavers (in Canada) on September 9, 2012
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Sometimes when I'm picking out a new cozy mystery, I choose one because it looks so ridiculous, not despite that. The cover of this "mall copy mystery" shows a tableau of a deflated Easter Bunny costume lying on the floor in front of stores that include "Legendary Lola's Cookies" and "Fernglen Fuzzy Friends." How could I NOT read it? Still, if I was going to make it past page 25, I was going to have to do some serious suspension of disbelief.

First of all, do I believe that a mall in Vernonville, Virginia (which I think is fictional?), would be able to afford to hire former military police and decorated veterans to work as mall security (at what I assume would be a salary much higher than mall cops make where I'm from) AND have them drive around on Segways (Segways? Seriously??) but would not be able to have working security cameras due to budgetary constraints? How about lose the SEGWAYS?! Also, is there really a major Mexican gang war going on in this mid-size town in Virginia? Does seeing anyone wearing red, green or white (or is it all three at once?) really send panic into the hearts of these quiet Virginians? It just seemed a bit of a stretch to me.

But like I said, if I was going to get through this book I was going to have to shut off the part of my brain that asked these questions (or had been to a mall). Once I got past that stuff, it's pretty standard fare. A sharp but under-appreciated busybody with a past turns into an amateur sleuth to solve a murder near her place of work, much to the bemusement of the gruff but hunky police detective whom she secretly fancies. In this case the amateur sleuth is a mall cop who was "medically retired" from the military police after injuring her leg.
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