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Murder in the Worst Degree (Rocky Bluff PD) (Volume 10) Paperback – January 23, 2014
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About the Author
The Rocky Bluff Police Department in Murder in the Worst Degree is a cast of multi-dimensional characters who face a variety of crises and joys, know each other’s secrets, and care about each other. They also solve murder and rape cases. I like this book because it deals realistically and humanely with true crises or opportunities (depending on your perspective). These include special needs children, Alzheimer’s Disease, end-of-life decisions, and balancing careers and marriage. Don’t worry if you haven’t read other books in the series, you’ll catch on quickly. However, reading this book may make you want to check out details on the characters in earlier books. --Janet Greger, author of Ignore the Pain
“As always, all the plot lines are completed, and the ending is very satisfying. This is a great read and highly recommended.” —Larry K. & Lorna Collins, author of The Memory Keeper ---
“...doesn’t neglect the drama of her character’s lives in this most enjoyable short novel.” —C.K. Crigger, author of Two Feet Below and Three Seconds to Thunder ---
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Top Customer Reviews
This is the tenth book (!) in her Rocky Bluff PD series--and if a series has gone on this long, you know it's good. However, it's a standalone book that will allow you to click right in without having read the others. You'll figure out the characters and their relationships quickly.
One of my favorite aspects of the book is the setting on the California coast. It's just about my favorite place to be. You feel enveloped in the fog along with the surfers. Surfers! What's not to like? Earthquakes can be . . . well, not so much fun.
The book is a fast read and I recommend it to anyone who likes an old-fashioned murder mystery.
--Denise Weeks (AKA Shalanna Collins, y'know, the APRIL, MAYBE JUNE girl)