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Murder at Timber Bridge Paperback – June 1, 2010
"Rebound" by Kwame Alexander
Don't miss best-selling author Kwame Alexander's "Rebound," a new companion novel to his Newbery Award-winner, "The Crossover," illustrated with striking graphic novel panels. Learn more
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I'm not going to give anything away, but I will make a few comments.
The cat is awesome so far...wait, read it and you'll understand.
Randi, is a put together woman, who has an awesome relationship with all the men in her family, including her ex.
AJ, well, as far as AJ is concerned....he's just another mythical creature that we all (women) want our man to be like! We can dream can't we!
It's an easy read, flows great, love the details, especially after the ride in the mustang.
Oh, by the way, the murder... I have a few opinions on who the killer is, BUT would never give that away!
BUY THIS BOOK!
Randi figures she has enough on her plate as she raises her teenage sons, works at her ex husband's bar, the neighbor's cat and AJ who wants a second chance. She still loves AJ but he left her over two decades ago without a look back. She helps the cops with their investigation, but insists they look into the odd bar customer with the cowboy hat and one of their own Jody the cop who is harassing her. Her siblings agree about the cowboy but believe their sister proves "Nothing Much Has Changed" since they were teens protecting her from the boys. Still as they, AJ and other testosterone hunks protect her and Wilson her bedmate canine, another homicide occurs in which she trips over the corpse while at the paint ball war.
Although Randi and the horde of men in her lives seem to all have their act together, readers will enjoy this terrific police procedural due to what happens to the heroine. Her brothers have a difficult time accepting Jody harassing her as he is a charming sociopath (though they could have done what Randi did by contacting a female police officer cousin who worked with this nasty person). The whodunit is great with a terrific twist and several delightful red herrings; as Randi (who is in Nine Kinds of Trouble) and readers will wonder whether the stranger-cowboy or Jody is the serial killer.