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Product Details

  • Series: Murder mamas from the minds of Ashley and JaQuavis
  • Paperback: 288 pages
  • Publisher: Urban Books; 1 Original edition (October 1, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1601625006
  • ISBN-13: 978-1601625007
  • Product Dimensions: 5.6 x 0.7 x 8.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (163 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #186,255 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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There were too many errors on top of the fact that it's not even really about the murder mamas; Case & Macy are the stars and Aries is just an extra.
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I'm either reading too many of their books or their stories are being recycled.
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35 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Mekz on October 16, 2011
Format: Paperback
I must say after reading the first chapter before it was out I was really hyped...the story grabbed me in the beginning but it went all down hill from there. I have never seen suspense in the beginning and such drabness at the end. I kept waiting for it to build and for certain scenes to lead to things but it never happened.

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The book had me somewhat confused, like the pages were mixed up or something...one min Aries is talking on the cell to Case and going in the trap spot where she hears a gun shot (Case had shot someone)...then..the next page shows her leaving the house to make a call only to return to dead bodies and NO Case being there at all....wth is up with that; did they take us back in time to show us what had happened to Macy in the house, but if they had, why did they say Aries was walking down the stairs and heard the shot? And why that longgggg memory of Fabian and I mean it was long and word for word from the Cartel book...smh. One min Case got the husband..then next Aries calls and he says he is ok...but didn't Case's goons call him and said they had the husband??? This book was jumbled to me; the ending sucked! I give it 3 stars for the beginning; it was soooo hype in the beginning and went so drab at the end. The end was dumb, because A&J made Aries seem and act dumb, and for her to did what she did in the end, the Aries we knew would have known that get away plan would not have worked; she was moving sloppy and so was Case. The whole time he learns of the secret betrayal with Tima, his head is together, but next he snorts a line and all hell breaks loose? Give me a break, ok. For people to be so up in the game, they sure was moving sloppy as hell.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By LPenn on April 13, 2012
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I have read several A&J books. I read "The Cartel" in order to make sure I got the full effects (waiting on the last book). Murder Mamas was not what I anticipated. I thought this book would be more history of the Murder Mamas (that was "The Cartel 2). This book had very little to do with the Murder Mamas and that was a little disappointing to me. I would love to have read something extra about them, or a cliff hanger as to whether they are going back to look for Miamor. (yeah I know that will be in the The Cartel). I just think this book did not have the correct title. Aries was completely soft and messy in this book. I understand she had been out of the game for awhile, but somethings you just don't slop up. I didn't like the inconsistency with the story line. One minute Ace is at the top of his game and the next he is snorting lines of coke. This was never mentioned in the book anywhere. I think A&J can do much better than this. I don't know if it was a time crunch and they had to get the book to the publisher, but it was not as good as I've seen. There were several typo's, etc through out the book. I usually highlight or circle (with red pen) the errors in a book, because I think the editing staff should catch this if the author doesn't. But it was almost as if the author or the editing staff didnt catch any of the errors. If some were caught and corrected, then there were several, because this book had tons. I will continue to read A&J's work, because I think they are good authors, but I'm finding several of the books are repeats of previous books, and reading alot of the reviews some readers are speaking on it as well. Please guys take more time in your work and give your readers what we are craving, the best of A&J.Read more ›
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19 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Cyrus Webb TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 27, 2011
Format: Paperback
"You don't fear me yet, but you should." Those words by the character Aries will remain with you long after you finish bestselling authors Ashley & JaQuavis' newest literary masterpiece MURDER MAMAS. The book takes you into the lives of women who have learned what it takes to get respect and are willing to go to the edge in order to get what they feel rightfully belongs to them.

For Aries, as a member of the MURDER MAMAS she has seen her reputation for a no-nonsense individual grow and in sometimes bring her to the edge of annihilation. When the other members of the clique gone, she feels like it's an opportunity to have the life and love that seemed impossible at one time. As we know, though, things are never as they appear--and even the past has a way of coming back to destroy us.

MURDER MAMA takes us on a reflective look at Aries and her cohorts went through to earn their place of respect, but you also get to see how that respect costs many of them dearly and in some cases even spread to those they love.

The husband and wife duo takes us into the complicated lives of family members estranged by hatred and destroyed by greed and revenge. As the story develops we are introduced to a cast of characters who bet it all on the hand they are dealt and in many ways come up short.

Like you would expect there are lessons to be learned in this book that can be taken directly from the pages into our own lives. With characters Fatima, Boomer and Macy we learn that payback is... (well, you know), and when you cross individuals the wrong way someone is going to have to pay. With Aries we see that when you sow to the wind you will reap the whirlwind and sometimes their is collateral damage.
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