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Scream, You Die (Ds Scarlett Macey) by Michael Fowler (2015-12-01)

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  • By Adam Childs on July 2, 2017

    I agree with much of Auntie Annie's review - a few too many coincidences, a few too many gaps in procedure... yet still a good read that kept me going and still recommended.

  • By Kindle Customer on October 5, 2015

    I really didn't think that Michael Fowler could improve on his last series. He has this book is a brilliant read. The caricatures are really interesting. It's a story that is intriguing and interesting. I can't wait for book two

  • By Robin Zalewski on December 2, 2015

    a little slow in the beginning, but then it finally got really interesting, once you figure out how the beginning relates to the 1/2 way mark and then it turns out really good. Great ending. Liked this book very much.

  • By john west on February 10, 2016

    Couldn't engage with the story

  • By Auntie Annie on May 7, 2016

    This book really deserves three and a half rather than four stars. The plot depends a bit too much on serendipity. (Spoiler alert here) Scarlet's sister who has been missing for years and is suspected of murder, suddenly is found, tells her story which is pretty much accepted as truth. No interrogation, no arrest, nothing! And once the current case is solved, she obligingly disappears again. The infuriating boss who has been making passes and doing all sorts of underhanded conniving to get Scarlett fired? Suddenly she comes into evidence she uses to blackmail him into submission. The mysterious ex-boyfriend finds Scarlett's sister, saves both their lives, and maybe renews their old romance. I just had trouble believing in so many fortuitous coincidences. That said, though the book was not easy to believe, the continuous action kept me reading.

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