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Definition Murder
by Annette Burget Bailey iUniverse

Category: Fiction / Autobiography
0 pages; ISBN: 0595329381

Rating: 7/10  (Ratings explained)
Reviewer: Anne K. Edwards

Review

Couldn't you just cry when you have to get out of bed early on a cold, rainy morning? And facing the prospect of looking at the body of a young coed at a university dorm isn't going to start the day on a happy note. So finds Inspector Meg McCafferty of the SFPD one morning when her partner, Mitch, rings her. It marks the beginning of a very strange investigation into multiple murders seemingly tied to a professor at the univesity. Definition Murder is a clever tale with twists and turnsthat will satisfy any mystery fan. Peopled with a cast of colorful characters, any reader will enjoy meeting them, no matter whether they like them or not. Written by talented author Annette Burget Bailey, this gritty tale keeps the reader centered on the action and has several surprises in store for you. Don't assume you know how it will come out, you will be wrong. Enjoy

 

 
 

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