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Twisted Sister (Sisters of Sin) [Kindle Edition]

Natalie R. Collins
3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)

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Book Description

Santa Barbara Detective Quinn Anderson is faced with solving a puzzling crime where none of the pieces fit.

A killer stalks and methodically kills men, appearing to pick victims randomly. Logic is upended as evidence points toward a woman as the killer. When Anderson's long-time partner dies of an apparent heart attack during the investigation, Anderson suspects his partner's girlfriend, Alisha Telford, especially after she disappears. But could she possibly have pulled off the other brutal murders?

With his new partner, feisty Latina detective Rita Jaramillo, he follows the clues to a small, Northern California town, where the ugly secrets of the seemingly tranquil Chapel Grace slowly spill out. When Anderson's girlfriend disappears at the same time two more people are savagely murdered, he realizes that the crimes could not be the work of one person. Only by piecing together Alisha Telford's traumatic childhood does he discover the truth about the killers, and the motivation behind the murders.

Twisted Sister, the second book in the Sisters of Sin series, brings a whole new meaning to "family ties."

Review of the Print Edition:

"In this solid sequel to Sisterwife, Roberts brings back Kelsey Waite, a single Mormon mom, and her daughter, Tia, who are happily living as a family with the Santa Barbara PD's Quinn Anderson. Soon, however, Alisha Telford, with whom Kelsey has founded the support group Women Against Violence, is questioned about the murder of someone who molested Alisha when she was a teen. Joe, Alisha's boyfriend and Quinn's partner, dies suddenly of a heart attack, and Alisha disappears soon after. The murders of people linked to Alisha pile up, and Kelsey is drawn into the killer's web. With new partner Rita Jaramillo and FBI Agent Lexi Richards, Quinn rushes to solve a sordid mystery where twists on gender are part of the murderer's M.O. Although some turns are predictable, Roberts pulls off a thought-provoking puzzler. (Oct.) -- Publishers Weekly

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Product Details

  • File Size: 475 KB
  • Publisher: Binary Press Publications, LLC (October 4, 2010)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0045Y265O
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #597,441 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Terrific Book! February 20, 2012
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This was a great story! It kept my attention from beginning to end and I really couldn't put it down! It's scary in a psychological thriller type of way. I liked the ending a lot (don't worry, I won't give it away). But put it this way, I didn't see it coming!
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2.0 out of 5 stars Illogical May 2, 2012
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I love to read a book that surprises me, but it isn't fair when the surprises don't make sense. This book had the potential to be creative and exciting, and although it moved quickly (James Patterson-like two page chapters helped), the end result was unsatisfying.

To explain my problems with the book I would have to divulge some of the plot twists, but glaring family resemblences that go unnoticed and mental illness faking professional competancy for years made me scratch my head.

If you enjoy too-good-to-be-true love stories and don't want to analyze the plot at all, then perhaps this book is for you. Otherwise it will probably leave you as frustated as it left me.
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More About the Author

I have thirteen published books, several others in various stages of publishing, and am currently working on my next one... or two... or three.
TIES THAT BIND, from St. Martin's Press, just came out in August. Set firmly in the closed Mormon world, it promises a twisting plot and a surprise ending. One reader deemed it an "amazingly original" plot.

I have dabbled in both dark suspense and cozy mysteries, and am happy to be able to work in both genres.

I have also written for Penguin Putnam, Thompson Gale, BPP, and Sisterhood Publications. I do not have a thing for the word "Sister." I promise. A lot of my titles just kind of turned out that way. Maybe it's branding, and maybe it's eccentricity.

Or both.

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