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From the Author

Remix, my third novel, is set in London, and was initially called Catch a Falling Star, a title I had to abandon when a reality TV star used it. I was trying to write something as unputdownable as an early Dick Francis. There are horses in the book - the rocking horses my heroine restores.

The story starts when Caz finds a stranger asleep on her roof terrace and he turns out to be - well, why not buy a copy and find out?

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Oracle, AMAZON VINE VOICE REVIEWER, wrote: "This is a highly addictive novel, a good old-fashioned murder mystery with a dash of 21st century celebrity glamour. I struggled to put it down. Lexi Revellian is great at crafting a plot that moves at speed but her biggest talent is in creating characters that the reader can really care about, characters that seem like old friends as the novel draws to a close.

Overall, Remix is great fun, extremely entertaining and - dare I say it - would make an excellent transition to the small or big screen."

Product Details

  • File Size: 682 KB
  • Print Length: 273 pages
  • Publisher: Hoxton Press (August 11, 2010)
  • Publication Date: August 11, 2010
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B003Z4KBF2
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #256,094 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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For years, I resisted writing because I knew I'd never be as good as Jane Austen. Finally I realized no one is as good as Jane Austen - I started writing and couldn't stop. I've sold over 69,000 ebooks.

My first two novels are fantasy. The third, REMIX, is contemporary fiction with elements of crime, investigation and romance, and tells what happens when Caz Tallis finds a strange man asleep on her roof terrace. He turns out to be - no, I'm not telling you, you'll have to read it to find out... My fourth, REPLICA, is a thriller. Beth Chandler is unknowingly replicated in a flawed experiment, and falls for the man who is hunting her double. ICE DIARIES is a post-apocalyptic story with romance and humour. My latest is WOLF BY THE EARS, a thriller set in London.

My day job is designing and making jewellery and silver under my real name, Lexi Dick. I've made pieces for Margaret Thatcher, 10 Downing Street and Her Majesty the Queen.

WEBSITE: www.lexirevellian.com. Here you can read extracts, entire short stories and sign up to be notified when I release a new book.

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75 of 75 people found the following review helpful By Marion Stein on August 14, 2010
Format: Kindle Edition
I'm not normally a big fan of the "accidental detective" school of mystery, but the writer makes this one work. The initially implausible situation -- a young woman meets a man and his dog whom she finds camped out on her rooftop terrace and invites them in for breakfast -- is somehow made quite believable. The author accomplishes this magical feat by giving us a narrator/protagonist who is real, likable, interesting and layered. The pacing works and the writing never gets in its own way. While there's certainly a chick-lit quality to this -- Caz is single, young, attractive and has more than one character interested in pursuing a romance with her, this lacks the whinging quality of a lot of that genre and should appeal to anyone (male or female) who likes a good mystery. If Caz continues to find herself involved with investigations, I'll be happy to follow her adventures.
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37 of 37 people found the following review helpful By L.C. Evans VINE VOICE on December 16, 2010
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Remix was a great read from start to finish. After Caz finds a "dead" rock star sleeping on her property, she gets involved in helping him prove he's innocent of murder. At first she's reluctant, but she truly believes in Ric's innocence. I'll stop here, so as not to add spoilers.

Caz and Ric have flaws, but are likable and believable, and secondary characters are also well-drawn. Twists and turns kept me guessing and there was plenty of suspense to keep me reading. Descriptions of Caz's work as a restorer of rocking horses were a fun and fascinating element of the story. Author Lexi Revellian seems to really know her subject.

The book is fast-paced, well-written, and reaches a satisfying conclusion. Recommended.
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30 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Karl Kronlage on August 19, 2010
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Are you looking for a fun read? This one did not let me down. A murder mystery with plot twists that moves at a nice pace. It was hard for me not to like the characters (or hate them) as I got sucked into this one. If you are looking to be entertained, this one is better than TV. I love Cas and want to join the Voice's fan club!
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Kindle Reader on October 14, 2012
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I enjoyed this book. I suspect it is directed to a younger audience (I haven't dreamed of finding a rock star on my patio in many years!), but the characters were well developed, and amusing. The plot was a little predictable, and I found the British vocabulary and slang a little confusing, but the book held my attention from beginning to end. There is no depth or life lessons in this book, no great mystery to solve, but if you just want to relax with an entertaining book, then this one is worth your time.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Ann on February 14, 2012
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The situation is interesting and I liked the characters. However, I had trouble with the Joe/Ric charcter who was almost two different people. There was the wild, impulsive side and the determined, sensitive side. It just didn't ring very true. And the ending was just unsatisfying.
So, its a mystery/romance of middling quality.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Rhubarb on February 20, 2012
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Good story; believable and engaging characters; settings nicely delineated. Ending quite satisfactory, what?

And of course the dog, whose name is Dog.

I had a problem with the Ric character. Either he was schizoid, or manipulative. Or both. It was hard to see how he could be one person with such extremes of personality.

And I was put off by British slang that my dictionary didn't recognize: "tosser" and "saddo" were two. I finally figured out the first by context and I just guessed on the second that it was obviously a pejorative term. Who wants to stop reading to look up a word in an online slang dictionary?

Ric has been hit on the head, unconscious, has a bleeding cut. He runs his fingers through his hair shortly thereafter with not so much as a wince. Sure.

A few errors in grammar and spelling ("disorientating") but I'm beginning to accept that writing English correctly is a lost art.

The author has written an enjoyable story, and I'm going to read the sequel.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Ian Weaver on June 8, 2011
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I haven't written reviews before but felt compelled to do so in the case of Remix by Lexi Revellian. I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It has a great story, is well written and is a joy to read. The characters are extremely well constructed and completely believable and I was able to feel fully `involved' as they dodged their way through the plot. It normally takes me about three months to read a book; this one took me three weeks! So what did I think overall? Well I bought her next book on the strength of it.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Sunni Morris VINE VOICE on September 10, 2011
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Caz Tallis restores rocking horses for a living. We learn quite a bit about the horses throughout the story. Caz isn't used to living an intriguing life. She's more like the nice, hard-working girl who puts a lot of hours in for little pay, but pursues her art for the sheer joy it gives her of seeing the completed rocking horses like the day they were first made. Many of them come to her as broken down wrecks with pieces missing from lots of wear and tear. She enjoys the calm peacefulness of restoring the horses in her workshop and the casual friendship she has with James, her childhood friend, who she sees at least once a week.

But suddenly her world is turned upside down when she finds a supposedly dead rock star and his dog on her roof terrace. She isn't quite sure what to do with this scruffy but charismatic character. As Caz finds out the real story from Ric she agrees to help him find the actual murderer of the crime that he supposedly committed three years earlier - the murder of a band mate. The case has been closed long ago by the police who were convinced that Ric did it.

The more Caz talks to Ric the more she becomes certain he didn't commit the crime. It doesn't hurt that he's gorgeous and polite and she feels herself falling for him. She ignores the pleas of James to turn him in to the police and decides its okay for Ric to stay at her place temporarily. Thus begins a page turning read.

Ric can be quite persuasive and although Caz is reluctant at first, she agrees to be a private eye and to question all the possible suspects for him. Of course she's totally out of her element here and James is crazy with worry over her safety. In his mind it is bad enough with her letting Ric stay in her flat not really knowing if he is a murderer or not.
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