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MAYHEM IN MIAMI
All Edna Buchanan fans eagerly wait for the return of her ace protagonist, Britt Montero, the Cuban-American classy, sassy reporter who won readers in "Contents Under Pressure".
A Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist with the Miami Herald, Buchanan knows of what she writes, and she pens it with thrills, chills, and excitement aplenty. With "Miami, It's Murder," Britt is investigating a series of seemingly unrelated crimes. Now, add a dash of murder which may implicate a contender in the governor's race, athen toss in a soupcon of a maniac who assaults career women in downtown Miami.
The suspense mounts as we whip around the curves of this roller coaster web of clues, mystery, and shenanigans.
Buchanan writes of Miami and mayhem as no one else can. If you're a mystery fan, settle into an easy chair, pick up this sure fire page-turner, and be prepared for an "oh-my-gosh" conclusion.
A great escape
This book is filled with nonstop action. As one story seems to be resolved, Britt finds herself sliding into another one. And it's handled credibly; it DOES seem like all part of a day's work for our very believable heroine. This is the second book I've read from the series, and I highly recommend it.
I enjoyed this book and her others with her female detective Britt Montero. Always good for a recipe or current styles.
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