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All Sales Fatal (Mall Cop) Mass Market Paperback – May 1, 2012
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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.
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.
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.Read more ›
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A true page turner. I couldn't put it down. Another reviewer got mad abt her slamming overweight people and I see where he/she might have taken offense, but the book was written... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Rachel D. Mustain
E.J. Ferris, mall cop, arrives at work one day and sees what she thinks is a homeless person sleeping on the mall sidewalk. The teenage boy in question is not homeless, or asleep. Read morePublished 6 months ago by D. Zendel
so sad there are only three books in this series. the author is great. Book arrived well before delivery date in good shape. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Sasha's mom
GOOD READING, LOTS OF ACTION. IT STARTS WITH THE DEATH OF A GANG MEMBER FOLLOWED BY THE DEATH OF THE CHIEF OF SECURITY AT THE MALL. OUR HEROINE HAS LOTS OF SUSPECTS TO SORT OUT.Published 19 months ago by judith w bohall
Mall Cop series is very interesting. Woman soldier comes home and becomes, due to injury a mall cop. I just love this series. Received great service. Will shop again. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Gloria Loftin
Fun story. A light read with a bit of sleuthing involved. Every so often, I enjoy a story like this one.Published on November 17, 2013 by Amazon Customer