One Deadly Sister A Women Sleuths Mystery Romance (Sandy Reid Mystery Series #1) - Rod Hoisington

One Deadly Sister A Women Sleuths Mystery Romance (Sandy Reid Mystery Series #1)

By Rod Hoisington

  • Release Date - Published: 2010-10-27
  • Book Genre: Women Sleuths
  • Author: Rod Hoisington
Our rating: 5/5 stars

4 Score: 4 (From 938 Ratings)

One Deadly Sister A Women Sleuths Mystery Romance (Sandy Reid Mystery Series #1) Rod Hoisington read online review & book description:

~ Here's your chance to break away and enjoy the exciting novel that launched the popular Sandy Reid Women Sleuths Mysteries Series. ~
When an almost-too-clever young law student in Philadelphia gets a life-or-death call from her estranged brother who just moved to Florida--she tells him to go to hell. She's holding an old grudge and resents having her life interrupted. The brother doesn't have a clue about women and got seduced and framed for murder. As a stranger in a hostile town she's his only hope. The sister reluctantly decides to at least check out her brother's predicament in Florida. This small step leads her into an ever-increasing entanglement of deceit, double-cross, and danger, and to save her brother she must find the murderer and somehow persuade the attractive investigating detective to play things her way.

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Posted Reviews

  • Very good light mystery

    By Playing to relax
    Has some romance. No descriptive sex. Characters aren't cliche.
  • Dhandhb

    By Whrbjndhwbhsbeb
  • what a wicked web we weave.......

    By Skybeam34
    That sums up this book. It was an enjoyable read. I was truly stumped until the end.
  • Fun Read

    By Sunflower51
    I am getting the next book in the series. Interesting characters and a fast pace make this a great summer read
  • One deadly sister

    By Sulyflu
    Great book. Loved it. Characters natural. Well written. Will follow her writings.
  • Great characters

    By KaJo365
    The book has interesting characters, snappy dialogue, humor, romance and mystery. It is an all around good read. I look forward to seeing the characters develop in subsequent books. I gave it four stars because it could use some editing -- for example, in one place it said she "shuttered" instead of "shuddered." The typos don't detract very much from what is a fun story to read.
  • Not too bad

    By Potty Lu
    I liked the plot with it's twists and turns. The characters were believable but it just didn't grab me..... If this is a first novel - well done !
  • One Deadly Sister (Sandy Reid Mystery Series #1)

    By Curtis & Leroy
    You're immediately captivated as the writer begins weaving the suspense of an unbelievable murder mystery in the small ocean front town. Chapter after chapter you're drawn deeper into the lives of the locals as unexpected visitors cast a pale into the quietness. The best I've read.
  • "The Deadly Sister"

    By TeacherCarol
    Great story; didn't even bother to stop reading like I usually do, to analyze what I read part way to figure out "who might have done it and why". I look forward to continue reading more of the series in the near future. Thank you for making this available to we readers for FREE.
  • Punch holes in this one

    By Julie pip
    Seriously, what 40 yr. old man would honestly believe a woman over 70 had skin like a young woman? Look at the hands! Also, all the cops had to do was go into phone records, mystery solved. The stories within the story were ridiculous! Points for a vivid imagination though. I'm wondering if it was family giving the high ratings?

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