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The Master Plan

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When an employee of her private investigation agency becomes embroiled in a double murder, Dana Sloan uncovers a trail littered with deception. A newlywed woman admits she schemed to marry for money. And so did her best friend. Now two husbands are dead, and Dana suspects the murders are linked to a past neither woman knew.

As Dana looks into the lives of the victims, she u...more
Published April 2011 by Worldwide Library Worldwide Mysteries (first published 2009)
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Martha Cheves
The Master Plan – Review by Martha A. Cheves, Author of Stir, Laugh, Repeat and Think With Your Taste Buds – Desserts

Carmen and Cathy both stared at Casey. Finally Carmen spoke. “What is going on in that devious mind of yours Casey?” Casey laughed. “Forget it. It probably won’t work.” “Let us be the judge of that,” Cathy told her. “Okay. We pool our money and one of us joins the country club. Once she’s a member she starts socializing with the rich guys and snags herself a wealthy mate. She can...more
Jean-Pierre Vidrine
Dana Sloane continues to be a compelling mystery protagonist. The title here refers to more than thing going on in this story. Rather than just one crime, Dana Sloane and her team deal with three . . . and then some. Making things more interesting, one of Dana's team proves to be a little less than saintly. The tension between Dana and Bruno is even more fun here than it was in the fist book; and we get a little peak at a side of Dana Sloane that I wasn't sure existed.
Grace P.
This book was mentioned in Booklist when they did a special section on mysteries. I like it. I didn't know there were other Dana Sloan mysteries - I can only find one other in the libraries around here - Deadly Hand.
Gloria Mccracken
Nice, interesting plot. Not bad character development. Slightly clunky writing.
Good mystery novel.
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Carol Costa has been writing professionally since 1980. She is a journalist and an award-winning playwright. Carol has worked as an editor, a newspaper correspondent, and has managed a literary agency. Her plays have been produced in New York City, Los Angeles, and in regional theaters across the country. Her television work includes segments for Beyond Chance (Lifetime) and Sightings(Fox). Carol...more
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