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Deadly Reunion Paperback – July 5, 2011
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More About the Author
Amy is also a site administrator for the World Literary Café, an online literary community for authors and readers. www.worldliterarycafe.com.
You can connect with Amy at www.amymanemann.blogspot.com.
Top Customer Reviews
Deadly Reunion has all of the above and the wonderful central character, Taci Andrews, is impetuous, funny, and totally likeable. I hope to read more about this intrepid journalist.
In the midst of the romantic heat, Taci finds herself in serious danger during her latest investigation into the disappearance of the daughter of former high school classmates. Of course, things are not what they seem at first glance, keeping this story true to it's mystery roots, and the twists, action, and triple surprise ending do not disappoint. At the end of the book, there is a teaser for the next installment of this series and, based on the excerpt, it promises to deliver a great read just as this first one did. I'm looking forward to reading more from this author.
With a former high school fling back in town working in the fire department, the romance was a good distraction to the mystery that she is trying to research for her job as a news reporter. I think their "relationship" was a nice addition to the story and didn't take away from the main story of the book.
With some definite twists and turns, this book when in a direction that I wasn't expecting but still loved. One may think that the missing child is the only mystery and you turn a corner and there is more to it - of course, I can't share because you must go get this one and see what all is going on behind the scenes in this small town in Iowa.
She and Tony Parsons have been feuding since grade 3. He's a fireman now and "sooo hot". They still spar verbally and while she is very aware of him as a man, she's not ready to get seriously involved with him. It`s obvious that he is interested in her. He's become protective and that ticks her off because she doesn't need anyone to look after her and doing the "safe thing" is something she instinctively shies away from.
By defying Tony, taking risks and following her instincts, she exposes the biggest story that Riverdale, Iowa has ever encountered, bringing down a couple of highly regarded citizens in her wake.
This book is a fun read. Taci's wit is sharp and playful banter keeps the story moving along at a fast pace. Her interaction with Tony is sexy and always keeps you guessing--is it ever going to happen? (God, I'd have grabbed him in a heartbeat!) There is action and suspense and mystery, and the ending was not what I expected it to be!
This book is the first of a series and I'm sure Amy Manemann will be entertaining us with many more books in the future!
Check it out, you won't regret it!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I enjoyed this book, although I did find that the storyline seemed to jump quite abruptly between the heroine's love life and her professional one. Read morePublished on May 31, 2013 by Catherine Green
This book has decent characters and some intrigue, but the lack of proper grammar was an issue. The main character is employed by a newspaper and I have difficulty believing that... Read morePublished on August 24, 2012 by jill
Taci Andrews is an investigative journalist for Riverdale Times. Though she has almost zero happenings in her personal life, there's a lot happening around her that could make... Read morePublished on April 30, 2012 by b00k r3vi3ws
An easy-reading mystery adventure starring twenty-something reporter Taci Andrews hot on the trail of an old schoolfriend's missing thirteen-year-old, Deadly Reunion certainly has... Read morePublished on April 25, 2012 by Sheila Deeth
I guess I was a little disappointed in this book in that I thought it would be more about Taci Andrews' Fifteen Year High School Class Reunion than what it was. Read more
Playful mystery. I enjoyed the storyline and it kept me guessing 'till the end. Cant wait till Book #2 comes out.Published on March 19, 2012 by Amazon Customer
Deadly Reunion is a mystery with a lot of human elements and humor involved. When you think of investigative reporters, Taci is exactly what you would want. Read morePublished on March 5, 2012 by Keith Weaver (@drmweave2501)
This is a fun, easy read with suspense and a touch of romance. Taci Andrews is very much a career woman. Read morePublished on March 5, 2012 by Lynn Thompson