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Omnibus Edition of Two Number One Bestsellers.
Hornet's Nest - Deputy Chief Virginia West has a mood to match the heat of the city of Charlotte. Another out-of-town businessman has been found murdered in his hire car, a wise-ass detective has taken her parking slot, the new police headquarters still resembles a construction site & her boss is telling her to go out on pa
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Published (first published March 1st 2002)
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Kate Elizabeth
Terrible. Just terrible.

I checked this out from the library because TNT recently filmed the TV movie version of the book in my newsroom. I will be watching it in April, and I wanted to know what I was in for. I hope the movie is better than the book, because the book sucked. The end is sudden and anticlimactic, leaving about a thousand questions unanswered while giving me too much information about things I don't want to know. For example, makes/models of guns. I appreciate that Ms. Cornwell doe
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Excellent read, love this author! :-)
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Other Books in the Series

Andy Brazil (3 books)
  • Hornet's Nest (Andy Brazil, #1)
  • Southern Cross (Andy Brazil, #2)
  • Isle of Dogs (Andy Brazil, #3)
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