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All Sales Fatal (Mall Cop) Mass Market Paperback – May 1, 2012
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“An original heroine, a clever concept…Put this series at the top of your shopping list.” — Elaine Viets, national bestselling author
"Charming, fun, and refreshing." — Seattle Post-Intelligencer
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Laura DiSilverio was born in Georgia and now lives with her husband, two daughters, and a dog in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
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Book no. 2 in this series was just as enjoyable as book no. 1 (Die Buying). The author weaves in interesting details about mall security into the plot, and I still enjoy that this fictional mall includes real stores – makes the book more interesting. E.J.’s retired-CIA grandfather is back for a second appearance, ending up with a job as the mall Easter Bunny after the first candidate whips off his costume in full-view of the horrified crowd waiting to get a picture with him. In addition to her grandfather, other fun supporting characters like E.J.’s bff, Kyra, a statuesque roller derby girl, and Joel, E.J.’s security protégé, are back for more. The relationship between E.J. and Detective Helland, the homicide detective assigned to the case, is still a love/hate relationship, but each is gaining grudging respect for the other. Even E.J.’s annoying mother is coming around, giving E.J. some surprisingly good advice on career and life choices. There’s a modest cliff-hanger ending regarding those choices.
This was a fun, quick read. E.J. is an interesting, entertaining, relatable character I’ve grown attached to. There’s only one more in the series and I’m trying to pace myself, because I’m pretty sure I’ll be sad when it ends.
Not only is the body a worrisome event, something seems to be going on with the Security Captain, EJ's boss and the feeling that there is a connection between him and the killing just won't leave EJ alone. EJ is an independent woman and an injured Veteran of Afganistan. The mall provides her with a Segway(tm) to make her rounds, and I find not only that I approve of this detail but that it adds a level of excitement to chases etc. It is a requirement of the American Disabilities Act but this book is really using it in a move the plot forward manner that I find excellent.
EJ is never alone, her retired, CIA, Grandfather Atherton is on the job as a Easter Bunny and adds a great deal of humor and competence to the storyline as well. The murder mystery gets many more levels added on to it and the surprise crime being committed within the mall might astonish you as it did me.
I really looked forward to this second novel in the series and I was pleasantly pleased with it. Now, to await the next edition. Will EJ get promoted? We will have to wait and see.
The story is pretty darn good. One can't help but to be sucked into the story. The story moves along at a good pace, and there's not to much fluff to slow it down. The characters are fantastic. I love grandpa.
If you've read the first book in the series, then you know what to expect and you won't be let down. I'm looking forward to the next installment.