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Fatal Cut (A Suburban Noir Ghost Story #1) (2011)

by Cathryn Grant(Favorite Author)
3.44 of 5 Votes: 4
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review 1: "...I knew who had killed the guy, but I wasn't sure the police would see it that way, being all caught up in forensics and proper procedure as they are. Procedures always seem to obscure things, in my view."With that quote, Cathryn Grant introduces us to Madison Keith, a quiet detective of sorts, who finds herself working at Central Avenue Church -- solving a murder. In true suspense form, Grant introduces us to several shady characters, from Pastor Kate to the gardener Fred (even gives us a bit of paranormal in the mix), and keeps us guessing until the end as to who killed and why. Too, from Chapter One, Madison Keith admits that a little murder won't send her packing, which means there more great suspense to come in Cathryn Grant's next novella.
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... morethryn Grant has given her protagonist Madison Keith a delightful voice. Madison is smart, witty, and more than a little curious—perfect for a church receptionist. She’s also tattooed, pierced, and unusually perceptive. In this first of a series, Grant introduces us to Madison’s particular brand of detection and mystery solving. Fatal Cut is a page-turning tale that will satisfy, but leave you hungry for the next one. less
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This was a novella that I wish would have been longer. Totally enjoyed reading it!
Very boring, no action.
Sad short novella.
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