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One Deadly Sister (Sandy Reid Mystery Series Book 1) (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

Rod Hoisington

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  • ONE DEADLY SISTER the first novel in this popular women sleuths mystery romance series featuring the irrepressible Sandy Reid. 
She doesn't carry a gun, but then neither does a pit bull. ~ 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 doesn't need this. She's holding an old grudge and resents having her life interrupted.
  The brother doesn't come looking for trouble, he simply wants to get past his Philadelphia divorce and start a new life in Florida, but woman-trouble comes looking for him. Unfortunately, he arrives in the small Florida ocean side town just as someone murders the local gubernatorial candidate. The brother doesn't have a clue about women and gets seduced and framed. He hasn't bothered with his estranged sister up north for years, but now as a stranger in a hostile town she's his only hope.
  She reluctantly decides to at least check out her brother's predicament in Florida. This small step leads the sister into an ever-increasing entanglement of deceit, double-cross, and danger, and she must somehow persuade the attractive investigating detective to play things her way.

Novels in this popular women sleuths mysteries series: 
  • One Deadly Sister
  • The Price of Candy
  • Such Wicked Friends
  • Chasing Suspect Three
  • Alive After Friday
  • Into the Heat
  • Each is a stand-alone novel following the exciting adventures of Sandy Reid.
  • Sandy Reid Mysteries - The First 5 Box Set is an eBook collection of the first 5 Sandy Reid mystery novels at a reduced price.This box set of the earlier novels does not contain Sandy's latest adventure-Into the Heat

Biographie de l'auteur

Rod Hoisington lives in Vero Beach, FL. where he devotes full-time to his compulsion to dig into the souls and lives of fictional characters. ONE DEADLY SISTER is the first in the popular Sandy Reid mystery series. Followed by THE PRICE OF CANDY, SUCH WICKED FRIENDS, CHASING SUSPECT THREE and ALIVE AFTER FRIDAY.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 1635 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 242 pages
  • Editeur : EnteraBooks (8 janvier 2014)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A very creative and enjoyable first novel, loved it. 21 novembre 2010
Par Betty Gelean - Publié sur Amazon.com
A very creative and enjoyable first novel, Rod Hoisington has created a complicated whodunit with red herrings to spare. At the basic root we have the remaining two members of a family, a brother and sister, who have had no real contact since the day their parents died several years ago. In fact, sister Sandy is living her well-ordered life quite satisfactorily, thank you, doing legwork for a highly respected law office. A late night call brings her brother Raymond back into her life like a slap in the face, she has all but disowned him and the call is like a blast of ice. He is calling from a Florida jail in a small town, with a murder rap hanging over his head. Sandy is determined that in no way is she going to help him, she is still too angry about his lack of support for her when she needed it.

A quick look at the News, and she starts to get second thoughts. Too many questions, Ray is not the type to murder anyone, much less a high-profile Senator. Confusion reigns as she arrives to find her brother being railroaded through the system so that State Attorney Moran can win a famous trial whether his "held in custody" suspect is guilty or not. Moran is ignoring the many other possible suspects and zeroing in on his target, creating a case for conviction. A stranger in town? What a break for him, everyone will hate this guy Ray for assassinating their Senator!

From this point on, there are misunderstandings, misdirections, underestimations, especially underestimating Sandy, a pit-bull in a sexy body. Ludicrous statements and outright lies are flying everywhere. Not only are there lots of twists in the case itself, but in the many strange relationships that show up here and there throughout. This book is written almost tongue-in-cheek and I loved it. It grabs hold of you early on and you can't get away from it. The action suddenly takes off with a few diverse leads and builds very quickly toward the final setups, lies and implausibilities that give the reader a sense of fun and satisfaction as the story finally wraps up all the loose ends, finding more to deal with than meets the eye. I will definitely be looking for another novel by Rod Hoisington!
68 internautes sur 73 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 one deadly sister a ten 21 août 2010
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Book Title: One Deadly Sister
Author: Rod Hoisington
Publisher: Entera Books
ISBN: 9780615298528
Reviewed by Michele Tater for Review The Book

The book "One Deadly Sister", I felt is a murder mystery at its best. The author takes you on a who-done-it ride which includes the introduces of several characters, which can be likable as well as unlikable. These people all have their own dirty laundry and guilty pleasures that play out with every turn of the page. It is also a look at how a innocent man can be so mix-up in the lives of others that he is arrested for a crime he did not commit, or did he.

Even though there are several characters in this story, they are skillfully developed and can be easy followed. The main character Ray seems to be the man with the worst luck ever. I felt bad that he has was being used as a pawn in everyone's game where he had no game in anything. Even the police department, along with the state attorney, just wanted to nail Ray's coffin and be done with it. Since I is have worked in several law firms in the past and have a Paralegal Degree , I was able to identify with Ray's sister Sandy. She came across as one tough cookie that would not take stuff from anyone, including the law enforcement individuals who were handling her brothers case. There were also characters I loved to hate, for example, Loraine who thought she could wiggle her way out of anything, and believe me she tries a lot.

I would recommend "One Deadly Sister" to anyone who enjoys a good mystery with many plot twists and of course some turns added for a good measure of suspense. Although I was trying to figure the who did it part, many things were not what they seemed. So you really have to read the book all the way through. No fair peeking to the end either, its well worth the wait. There is brief sexual content, mostly pg rated. It also has a great and realistic story line that will keep you guessing till the end.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 NEW AUTHOR IS ELMORE LEONARD CLONE 5 septembre 2009
Par P. A. Lavins - Publié sur Amazon.com
Murder invades a small coastal town when the novel's protagonist, Ray Reid, has his life thrown in chaos. The tranquility is shattered as Ray Reid confirms the harsh reality that he does not understand women. It is this lack of understanding women then propels him to have sex with the local femme fatal, a seventy-year woman who wears a thong. This sexual encounter ensures that his recovery from divorce will not be smooth. If this story line does not get your full attention, then you need to check your pulse.

Creative writing instructors advise beginning a novel with a "hook" to entice the reader. In this novel, the protagonist's sister tells him to go to hell. Thus, the reader wants to continue with the story simply to find out more about the animosity between the two siblings. The reader continually is surprised with each new plot twist. The first introduction to the personality of Ray Reid occurs as he sits in a jail cell trying to convince his younger sibling to come to his rescue. As a stranger in town, he has nowhere else to turn. However, the younger sister has never forgiven him for not coming to her rescue when she was a teenager. Thus, this not so latent hostility is an undercurrent throughout the sibling story line.

As the plot evolves, the kinds of colorful characters that populate Elmore Leonard novels are effectively introduced to the reader. Politics, real estate investments and the inadequacies of a small town police force put the story into a roller coaster trajectory. It soon becomes clear that the arrest was made based solely on the high profile of a single victim, a potential gubernatorial candidate. The arrest is further complicated by the fact that the local prosecutor has designs on a possible run for the U. S. Senate. Surprises are revealed in the final chapters, as more deceit and double-crossing are uncovered.

I, for one, can hardly wait for the publication of the next Rod Hoisington mystery.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 What happened to the mechanics of writing? 16 août 2012
Par Marla Singer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
Aside from everything other reviewers have said (poor character development, point of view shifts frequently), I found it absolutely maddening that the author went back and forth between present and past tense in the same paragraph. I've seen high school sophomores get red marks on their papers for that. Come on.

I get the feeling that this was originally conceived as a screenplay, because 90% of the "action" is dialogue-driven -- you know, like when they adapt a movie from a book and they have to get all the back story into the film via two or three conversations. The author even gives up on speaker identification in most of the longer exchanges. Really? HEAD ASPLODE.

The plot actually has some interesting parts, but you have to wade through a sea of nonsense to get there, especially in the last few chapters. (Sentence fragments anyone? I didn't like it when Cormac McCarthy did it either, but at least he had some stylistic reasons for using them.)
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Skip it 14 août 2011
Par Cheryl Carlin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
I was really excited about this book. However, after reading the first third of the book I found that the story line didn't flow well, and the characters lacked real depth. I also found that at times the point of view jumped making it difficult to follow. Whether this was the author's intent or shoddy editting it is unclear. I tried to finish the book, but was found I was not excited to start again once I had put it down.
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