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Easy Target (edition 2009)

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Title:Easy Target
Authors:David Grace
Info:David Grace (2009), Kindle Edition, 370 pages
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Author: David Grace
Published By: D. G.
Age Recommended: Adult
Reviewed By: Arlena Dean
Book Blog For: GMTA
Rating: 5

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"Easy Target" by David Grace was a good detective/mystery read that I thoroughly enjoyed. Greg and his wife had moved to Varity, Kansas where he had changed his livelihood from working for the NYPD to teaching 'felony murder' classes at KCU. Life quickly had changed when his wife Carolyn had died suddenly from a hit and run accident. But was this really a accident? In "Easy Target" you will find very interesting plots...with several stories in this novel and with well developed characters...all making this read a intriguing read. This author really does his magic with this read presenting quite a story especially with the help of Greg Websters one student ....as a class assignment.."began researching local violent deaths and Carolyn's accident began to look more and more like the latest in a series of murders" and now this novel takes off where I say ... Were these all accidents or are we dealing with a serial killer? Now, this is the part that I will say you must pick up this read.."Easy Target" to see what, how and what Mr. Grace will touch us with a great written story that you will find hard to put down until the last word only leaving ...."He should have heeded the old warning: Be careful what you wish for."

I found "Easy Target" easy excellent read that I would recommend to the reader especially if you like a good mystery read. ( )
  arlenadean | Jan 19, 2013 |
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After twenty-fives years on the job, NYPD Lieutenant Greg Webster retired to a small Kansas college to teach classes in Criminal Justice. Webster looked forward to the move as a well-deserved rest for himself and his social-worker wife, Carolyn. Unfortunately, before even a year had passed Carolyn was dead, killed in an apparent hit-and-run accident. Though dazed and heartbroken, Greg suspected nothing sinister about her death until, as a class project, one of Webster's students began researching local violent deaths and Carolyn's accident began to look more and more like the latest in a series of murders. But why would a successful serial killer tempt fate by targeting the wife of a retired police officer? Maybe because it was all becoming too easy for him, too many easy targets. Now the murderer wanted more of a challenge, an opponent tougher than the local campus cops. But in taking on Greg Webster the Watcher has made a serious mistake. He should have heeded the old warning: Be careful what you wish for.… (more)

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