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Dead Men Die (The Demary Jones Mystery Series, #4)

3.38  ·  Rating Details  ·  8 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
When Demary Jones stumbles over a man's naked corpse on the front steps of her temporary digs, her genealogical research skills are immediately put to good use. During her investigation, Demary uncovers some surprising answers -- and a few new questions. Not the least of which is whether Demary had interrupted the dumping of the body...and whether the killer will be back t ...more
Hardcover, 184 pages
Published February 1st 1999 by Thomas & Mercer
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Roberta
May 15, 2012 Roberta rated it liked it
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Once again, like the first three books in the series, there is a convoluted plot with a lot of characters to remember. But the characters are all interesting and, if you enjoyed the first three books, then you are used to it by now. The bad guy was obvious a little too early in the book but it didn't stop me from enjoying the other characters and waiting to see how the story played out. The regulars, Demary Jones, Martha, Anna, Joey and Sam are all back. New in this book are Treasury Agent Sean ...more
David
Aug 27, 2014 David rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
OK mystery. Kind of annoying that a good deal of her "sleuthing" is having her assistant ask her online friends for help, and somehow someone ends up being a useful witness.
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Fast paced, well written, and, hard to put down.
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E.L. Larkin is a former Seattle resident who spent years as the owner/operator of restaurants in Washington, California and New Mexico, observing people. She now lives in Aberdeen, Washington, a seacoast town, but still spends time in Seattle where her character, Demary Jones, works and lives.
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