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Death Vows is the second Donald Strachey mystery I've read, and I really enjoyed it.
What I didn't expect was that I would have to plod through bad formatting, continual misspellings, missing and/or garbage words, etc.
The actual Kindle version is horrible - it's like the pages were scanned and not checked for mistakes.
I'm just over half way through this novel, and I'm really enjoying the story - it's well written, suspenseful, the characters are well defined, the setting is authentic - but mah... Read morePublished on September 15, 2010 by Amazon Customer
It is bad, not because of the writing, but because it is full of typos and it is aggravating when one has to stop and reread a section to understand what the hell the author is... Read morePublished on July 30, 2009 by Bartski
The plot and storytelling are first rate as expected. The actual Kindle version is horrible - it's like the pages were scanned and not checked for mistakes. Read morePublished on July 8, 2009 by sds
I purchased the Kindle version of this book anticipating another good Donald Strachey book. However, the Kindle version of this book is virtually unreadable. Read morePublished on June 25, 2009 by James Todd
Having read all of the prior series I was expecting a good mystery and this pretty much met my expectations. Read morePublished on April 21, 2009 by F. Neumann
As usual, well written mystery. I've love Don Strachy but would also love to see more written about the mysterious Timmy.Published on February 21, 2009 by Chris Hawke
As always stevenson keeps you on the edge of your seat and a good laugh every so often. Its got murder, mayhem, love, and controversy. All in all a great read.Published on December 13, 2008 by S. Guajardo
This review is of the Kindle version of Richard Stevenson's DEATH VOWS that seems to be no longer available in anything but paperback.
Which is all for the better. Read more
Gay PI Donald Strachey is reluctant when two men want to hire him to investigate the fiancée of a friend of theirs, but he agrees to take the case. Read morePublished on November 20, 2008 by MNix