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To Britt's surprise, her own mother has an important clue, although it's all Britt can do to pry it out of her. Not only did the elegant, socially well- connected Montero matriarch know the victim, she even mentored Lily as she rose through the executive ranks of the Jordan family business. The new explications of the complicated relationship between Britt and her mother is a plus for fans of this bestselling series, who appreciate Buchanan's deft characterizations as well as her love for the city she has called home all her (and Britt's) life. As an extra fillip, there's Britt's growing relationship with the investigator who helped put R.J. away 10 years ago, a nice counterpoint to this ingenious updating of Double Indemnity. Buchanan's pacing is dead-on, as she stays one step ahead of even the most discerning reader right up to the explosive conclusion. --Jane Adams --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Edna Buchanan's You Only Die Twice continues to be just as entertaining as her previous Britt Montero books. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Catherine T Coffey
For the Britt Montero fans, this is a thriller. Wish Buchanan would go back to this genre since the character is very appealing.Published on December 30, 2012 by Kindle Customer
Enjoyed reading this book,interesting,& informative about Miami life.
Gave it a 5 star review & would recommend this mystery. Read more
I barely slogged through it and then only because I had nothing else to read.
The lead character, who manages to describe herself as young, blond, beautiful, with a... Read more
Miami News crime reporter Britt Montero investigates the death of a naked woman found in the surf on Miami Beach. Read more
Just like all of Buchanan's books, they are incredibly detailed. You learn so much about Miami, law enforcement, the press. Read morePublished on March 5, 2009 by Miss Behavin
R.J. Jordan sits on death row for killing his wife, Kaithlin Jordan when her nude corpse washes up on a Miami beach twelve years later. Read morePublished on January 21, 2009 by Nash Black
Nicely plotted. I was a Florida news reporter and Edna Buchanan's fictionalization of it rings true. She has a nice light touch with her characters. Read morePublished on June 19, 2008 by Daniel Berger
This book has one of the worst endings I've ever read. It was my first Edna Buchanan book & after a few chapters I intended to read her other books. Read morePublished on July 25, 2007 by Heyjude