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on July 3, 2010
L.J. Sellers turns out another solid performance with the third book in her Detective Jackson series. I started at the beginning, but I think that the books could be read in any order. I do think it's still a good idea to start on the first book of the series. It makes the reading of the subsequent books a richer experience.
A hint of how much I liked it: I put my other currently reading books on hold to finish Thrilled to Death. Now I'll have to get back on those other books, which are all worthy since I'm still reading.
A wild-living rich girl is found dead. The entire police department, including a reluctant Jackson, is put on the case. Jackson is more interested in finding the missing daughter-in-law of his lady, Kera. There's a backstory here, but it's easy to figure out and doesn't weight down the main plotline.
After that much, anything else I say would be a spoiler. I want you to go find out for yourself. Dang! I want to say more, but I'll zip a lip.
Note that I rarely (if ever) give five stars because I know that few books reach my picky level of reading goodness. Just know my four stars on this book is high praise.