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I can't wait to read Run, Rachael Run.
I particularly enjoyed the interaction between two of the sub-characters; the sometimes acid-tongued (and funny) Rachel Gooding and Detective Eugene Simms, and was pleased to note that the author has written a spin-off tale featuring those characters called, "Run, Rachel Run". I will certainly be making that the next Patricia Paris novel I read.
There was one detail that was niggling me--the phone clipped to her skirt/pants. The first time I read that, I cringed. It's like the scrunchie in Berger's book on Sex and the City. Sweeping generalization here, but any woman who clips her phone to herself is utilitarian and frumpy. That's not who Abby is, or at least that's not who I wanted her to be. Little did I know that this detail would play a key role in the story. But maybe have the phone in her suit pocket instead?
I'd also recommend a new cover. This book is much better than the cover suggests.
Overall, a great read by someone who can really write.
A Muderous Game follows Abby and Gage as they meet many years after a teenage debacle that almost saw Gage charged with rape. Throw in a conniving, slimy ex-husband, spicy, mouthy bestfriend and a fantastic crew of supporting cast members and I wasn't able to put the book down. I felt like the story revolving around the murder, how it came about and who was involved was well played out so that even though I thought I knew what was happening, I kept second guessing myself.
The sexual tension and emotion between Gage and Abby was HOT, SMOKING HOT, and I loved every minute of it. More than looking forward to 'Run, Rachel, Run' which is hopefully coming soon!!
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hated Billings! I'm waiting for her next book!