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A Ticket to Die For (Wild Onion Ltd. #1)

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Kirsten, the daughter of a cop and a former cop herself, is a private investigator with her own agency in Chicago. In fact, she met her husband, Dugan, at the police academy, but he dropped out and ended up in law school. Kirsten has persuaded him to help her out on a case once in a while, though he'd really rather not. The less he knows about her day-to-day investigative ...more
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Published October 15th 1998 by Minotaur Books
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Diane Feldman
It was OK. Not the best, not the worst.
Lansing Public Library
A lawyer hires the Dugan’s, a husband and wife crime-fighting team, to find a friend of a missing client. When that friend turns up dead in an adult bookstore this simple case becomes more complicated and dangerous.

The reading group rated this book 5.

Everyone enjoyed this book. The story held their interest and they always like books where the story takes place in Chicago. They also liked the fact that you were left guessing who did it till the end!
Lisa
I got this book as one of the free Kindle books that Amazon offers. I don't think I would have spent money to buy it, but overall I thought it was ok. Parts of the story were a bit much for me, but I found it enjoyable at times.
Sophie
Meh! Mediocre story, mediocre characters, but I did read it to the end.
2.5 stars.
This is what happens when you need to rely on Kindle freebies and super cheapies!
Hobart
a perfectly okay mystery novel, practically dripping with adequacy.

Can't say I won't read another in the series, but I won't go out of my way to do so.
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DAVID J. WALKER has written twelve published mystery/suspense novels, and one novella. His most recent book is Company Orders, a 2012 release. This is a stand-alone thriller in which the hero is--of all things--a priest.

David is the author of two private eye series, the "Mal Foley" series, and the “Wild Onion, Ltd.” series. The Wild Onion books feature a wife/husband private eye team, and are set
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