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The Thursday Club by Lee Martin

The Thursday Club

by Lee Martin

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this Deb Ralston mystery was more emotional from my point of view. I cried in a few places.
Deb is a Fort Worth police detective in special crimes unit but she also works in murders when she is first on scene.
Deb is out Jogging with 2 friends they go out every thursday running together scince her doc and her boss both have told her she needs to get back exercising.
This thurs they are running earlier than usuall because Deb has to testify in a case and she wants to be able to shower before going into work. They take turns at ending at each others house for hot chocolate. this time Its Jeanne turn to host, but first she runs upstairs to bring her husband down scince he was still sleeping when she left. He is in a wheelchair and she finds him dead in his bed with a gun laying beside him.
Deb gets the case and they even find his dog knocked out.
While deb is in court the cops are still at Jeanne house and her sister-in-law Sue turns up dead in a locked room with cops in the house. than robbery was found still while cops are thier. Jeanne son who was back east in boarding school has been asleep under a couch he took a valiom and is a suspect or he heard the murder.
More deaths and confusion as they try to find out who killed whom and why. FBI was investagating Curtis because he was gun runner even while confined to wheel chair.
Its has twists and turns and keeps my attention in the story. It seems almost everyone of Deb stories she collects stray animals or children in them. I liked the book. ( )
  rhonda1111 | Jun 30, 2011 |
The last Deb Ralston mystery, published in 1997, but I wasn't aware it existed until a few weeks ago. It's a reasonably good end to the series, but the earlier books were much better. ( )
  readinggeek451 | Jun 28, 2011 |
This was a disappointing end to the series. While the "locked room" mystery was interesting, the solution was a little over-convoluted, and there was never a really adequate explanation for the death of one victim. And the death of one of the regular series characters was completely unnecessary to the storyline and made for a bad ending to a series I have really enjoyed up to this point. ( )
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