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The Kill Fee (Sally Harrington #5)

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Journalist Sally Harrington returns from California after being a witness in the trial of a mafia boss. Back at DBS News in New York, she's offered her dream job--hosting a morning news show that will give her national exposure. Then her great-uncle Percy enlists her help to sort out some ownership issues over land he didn't even know was his. Seems straightforward enough, ...more
Paperback, 352 pages
Published April 1st 2005 by Mira Books (first published 2003)
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Dec 22, 2014 Laura rated it did not like it
After reading 9 pages I seriously considered giving up on this book. By the 11th page, I couldn't read another sentence. It was such a terrible writing style that I couldn't read any more. The summary sounded like there was some potential for a good story. But I'll never know. The writer talks in the first person, but giving an account of what the character is doing at that time in a way that is so distracting I had to stop.
"After I get creamed and thrown out of the game, uncle Percy asks if pe
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This was a very confusing story. Seemed like the author couldn't decide what her main character was supposed to be. I was never sure what was going on and weird things were thrown it at odd times. The ending was abrupt and senseless.
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Laura Van Wormer grew up in Darien, Connecticut, graduated from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University, and has spent most of her adult life working in publishing. She is the author of eleven previous novels. The Kill Fee is the fifth in the Sally Harrington series, although some of the characters - most notably the group at DBS News - are in her earlier novels Ri ...more
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