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David Blake is no gangster—or so he likes to tell himself.
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What predicament has Sookie Stackhouse found herself in now? Her vampire boyfriend is plotting the death of his superior . . . and he has a secret he doesn’t want Sookie to know about.
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This is the fifth novel in the author’s Constable Molly Smith Mystery Series.
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It might seem impossible to turn the concept of Al Qaeda getting nuclear weapons into a boring novel. But Bob Graham manages to do just that.
It may be a shame that Marcia Clark spent so many years as a prosecutor for the County of Los Angeles.
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