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David Bishop

3.7 of 5 Votes: 2
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The Woman (2011)
3.67 of 5 Votes: 4
review 1: This book was pure fantasy but I still enjoyed reading it. I can't believe a powerful man like Webster could be so stupid. All the mayhem and killing because he thought someone might know about him. Webster would have been killed in his sleep a long time ago. Testler makes it...
The Beholder (2011)
3.79 of 5 Votes: 2
review 1: I really liked this book. He has interesting descriptions. His protagonist is a woman trying, very successfully, to make it in a man's world yet she never surrenders her femininity. He presents a character with strength who is not so hard she loves her family deeply. He presents ...
The Original Alibi (2012)
3.84 of 5 Votes: 4
review 1: I think I'm going to like Matt Kile; former cop turned private investigator and author! Matt's got a lot going on, too much for the first installment in a new series but I can't wait to find out more about him. This first book was an interesting premise: a retired General who hir...
The Third Coincidence (2012)
3.86 of 5 Votes: 1
review 1: A madman is killing Fed Reserve Chairs and Supreme Court Justices to protest activism by these bodies. Is he part of a larger 'milita', or acting alone? FBI agent Jack McCall and his team set out to identify the killer(s) and bring the killings to an end. Not as good as some poli...
Who Murdered Garson Talmadge (2011)
3.98 of 5 Votes: 5
review 1: One indication for me of a good book is how hard it is to put down, and this book is one of those. Matt Kile is (as with many protagonists in murder mysteries) an ex-detective who is hired to prove that Garson Talmadge's wife did not kill him. As you might expect with a divorce...
Death of a Bankster (2013)
3.35 of 5 Votes: 3
review 1: Maddie Richards, the main character, doesn’t make an appearance until late in Chapter 5. That’s far too late. The main character should come on-stage no later than Chapter 2.Much of the dialog is overly formal and very unnatural; reading like it was lifted from a turn of the la...
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