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Murder in Mind (Sloane Monroe Book 2) by [Bradshaw, Cheryl]
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Bradshaw writes a great thriller, with likeable characters, and a taunt timeline that keeps you reading way past lights-out. - Amazon Vine Voice Top 500 Reviewer

Only once in a while do you come upon a novel that sweeps you literally off your feet. The pot-boiling tension in this story is out of this world. Cheryl Bradshaw can write like the pros did at the turn of the 20th century. - Glen Cantell, Author of The Resume

The author does a great job of detailing the crimes and gives you just the right amount of "hook" to keep the pages turning. - Christopher Blewitt, Author of The Lost Journal

One thing is certain: Bradshaw can keep the pages turning. - Michael Robertson, Author of REGRET

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  • File Size: 780 KB
  • Print Length: 323 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Pixie Publishing (September 2, 2011)
  • Publication Date: September 2, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005ORQRBK
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #110,782 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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By Robin Landry TOP 1000 REVIEWER on January 18, 2012
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Sinnerman was my first introduction to both the author, Cheryl Bradshaw, and her wonderful character, Sloane Monroe. The similarities to the Stephanie Plum series make it a fun read, though the character of P.I. Sloane Monroe is a little more pulled together than Ms. Plum.

Three years ago, Monroe's twin sister was brutally murdered by a serial killer who calls himself Sinnerman. He's wickedly evil, preying on attractive brunettes, which Monroe is, and suddenly he's surfaced again, grabbing a young mother at a supermarket, and dumping her body 24 hours later nearby. Monroe had no intentions of letting the man who killed her sister get a way this time as she sets out after him.

Complicating her life is her relationship with a macho detective who wants to keep Monroe 'safe' by controlling her life. Entering her life again after 2 years, is a handsome Giovanni, who may or may not have mob ties, but he does seem to intimidate even the police chief when Monroe uses Giovanni to get her way.

Monroe's best friend Maddie, a medical examiner who dresses like an exotic dancer, gives the reader good insight into how a crime scene is handled. But what I liked best about Sinnerman, was delving into the mind of a serial killer, into why he kills and the figures in his life who helped shape him.

Bradshaw writes a great thriller, with likeable characters, and a taunt timeline that keeps you reading way past lights-out.
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By Momcat on September 16, 2012
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OK thriller. Author and publisher should use an editor (human being whose first language is English and can spell and understand context) instead of a spell checker. Examples: grizzly should be grisly, shutter should be shudder, pour should be pore. Yet there are obscure words used throughout to imply that the author is erudite. Unfortunately this lack of writing quality control is common in today's fiction - hence my 3 star rating instead of lower....
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I really enjoy this series. It contains just the right amount of suspense, twists and turns. Very likable characters. P.I. Sloane Monroe's twin sister was murdered 3 years ago and yet the case is still unsolved. The murderer has been called Sinnerman, and he is now back and leaving a trail of bodies, again.

Sloane's detective boyfriend tries to keep her safe, as she kicks things up a notch, trying to catch her sisters killer. I will certainly read more in this series. Although I know that I will stay up much too late reading into the night.
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EDIT: At some point, someone suggested the title be changed from "Sinnerman" to "Murder in Mind." I have no idea why, but would just like to say it will, always and forever, be "Sinnerman" and one of the greatest murder mysteies I've ever read. No other title does it justice.

If Cheryl's latest Sloane Monroe novel, "Stranger in Town," and her first "Black Diamond Death," were incredible (and they were, by the way) this one is a flat out barn-burner. As a matter of fact, I'm not sure if there's anything left of the barn (laughs)!

I could not turn pages fast enough and I literally had to force myself to put this down so as to make it last longer than two days. The characters are so well developed that you feel like you're reading a movie script at times. Cheryl, like another favorite author of mine, is an absolute master of the cliffhanger. She knows how to drop your jaw and this one's got plenty of those moments in it. I love the lead characters; for my money Sloane is as good as Alex Cross ever thought about being, and her partner Maddie is a hoot. The other thing I loved about it is that it's such a personal story in the development of Sloane's life and I feel like Cheryl really opened herself up to , and connected with, he character in a way that is hard to describe. Maybe it is best left to the fact that every element of the story feels HONEST, not forced or contrived. It is a marvelous mystery / thriller and really should not be missed.
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This is the second Sloane Monroe book I've read and enjoyed them both. However, I keep going back and forth between 2 and 3 stars because somehow a murder mystery with a deeply disturbed serial killer on the lose manages to be light reading. Although I like the feisty protagonist and enjoy her exploits, I didn't feel really engaged in the story, which seems contradictory but nevertheless. Sloane is the only character with any dimension. The men are flat extremes of anger, dispassion, dismissiveness, misogyny, chauvinism and devotion. Really, Sloane is a terrific character but it would be good to flesh out some of the other characters, too. And make them more realistic; even men have some depth of character and dimension. Everyone loves a superhero but making Sloane a little more vulnerable may help the reader to become more invested in the story. Regardless, the book provides good writing, mostly decent dialogue and a good story.
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By loreen on November 20, 2012
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This is the 3rd book I've read in Ms Bradshaw's series with the excellent main character, "Sloan Monroe". It is a little darker, but I love how she kept me intrigued in each step Sloan comes closer to finding the murderer. I love finding books that keep my interest and where I don't want to put it down, which is exactly what this book does.
If you like being kept in suspense while you are reading...this is the book for you!
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