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Deadly Dance
by Darville Knowles M.D.

Category: Fiction / Crime
0 pages; ISBN: 0000000000

Rating: 8/10  (Ratings explained)
Reviewer: Anne K. Edwards

Review

Ever watch people on the dance floor, how they move in time with the music? Deadly Dance is well named as it leads the reader in very similar patterns. Dr. Evander Parker's life shifts from the even rhythmic pace of a slow dance to something like the frenetic pace of rock'n roll as he finds himself drawn into the dark side of gambling and winds up accused of murdering the person he loves most.

His life is turned upside down as he matches wits with a killer who wants to destroy him. He and the reader are in for interesting and disasterous surprises as the story unfolds. With the aid of a private detective he begins the hunt for an unknown enemy only to find that he has become the hunted.

An interesting, intriguing story with its share of red herrings, Deadly Dance is also a study in humanity and how people interact on both sides of the law and why they do what they do. A clear look into the criminal mind and the thought processes of one falsely accused, this book will hold your interest.

I recommend Deadly Dance to any mystery reader. Author Dr. Darville Knowles gives the reader something to think about after you finish this compelling read. How would you reactif you found yourself in Dr. Parker's place?

 

 
 

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