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Secrets to Die For (2009)

by L. J. Sellers

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I recently ripped through Secrets to Die For, the second in Eugene author L.J. Sellers' Detective Jackson series. It's the kind of fiction where the writing gets out of the way and allows you to read on autopilot until you figure out who did it. Maybe all mysteries are this way, but I had to stay up until 2 a.m. to finish it. ( )
  MaryAnn12 | Apr 4, 2013 |
very good book, fast paced. will have to read more from this author ( )
  djts5420 | Mar 21, 2013 |
L. J. Sellers has written another book that I just couldn't stop reading. The strong Planned Parenthood Nurse character from the last book has only the role of girlfriend to the detective this time around, pity. But there are other strong women helping him investigate a series of rapes and a murder. Sellers shows how the slightest distraction can lead to overlooking an important clue, and she throws in lots of distractions. I wish every community had such a smoothly functioning police system.
There's also a great view of Eugene Oregon. ( )
1 vote Citizenjoyce | Mar 22, 2011 |
Excellent book. Read the whole series! ( )
  DBower | Sep 28, 2010 |
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When social worker Raina Hughes visits the home of a young boy she's been assigned to monitor, things quickly turn ugly. Later, when she's found brutally murdered, Detective Jackson thinks it's an open-and-shut case against the boy's ex-con father. Complications develop when new evidence points to a serial rapist who's becoming more violent with each attack. Raina's lover, Jamie, knows what the rape victims have in common, but won't tell for fear of revealing her own secrets. When Jamie disappears, Jackson must uncover the truth before the body count goes higher.

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Detective Jackson investigates a social worker's brutal murder. Evidence points to a serial rapist. When the victim's lover disappears, Jackson knows that there is more to the murder and that he must discover the truth before time runs out for anyone else.… (more)

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