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Turn and Die (Jordan Lacey #7)

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Jordan Lacey back by popular demandJordan Lacey has a back-to-front mystery to solve. The lovely Holly Broughton has been acquitted of trying to murder her husband, but she hires Jordan to find out who framed her and why. When Jordan's life is threatened on three separate occasions, she realizes that she may, for once, be on the right track. Jordan finds herself propelled ...more
Hardcover, 217 pages
Published May 1st 2007 by Severn House Publishers
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This is the 7th Jordan Lacey Mystery. You really have to read number 6, to get this one. I'm not sure why they were separated since this one picks up just a few weeks after number 6.

This is a fun series. It's got witty dialogue and quite a bit of action. Even if that action is somewhat unlikely, it's still interesting to see how she gets out of her crazy situations.
This is apparently the 7th in a series and written after fans clamored for more. So, of course, I would pick up the last one instead of earlier in the series.

I don't think the fact that I missed the previous history distracted from this book. I understood what was happening and this was a very good read. I think I'll go back an catch up.
Really enjoy Whitelaw. Great picture of life in England small town combined with very good mystery and engaging private eye, Jordan Lacey.
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Jordan Lacey series. Client is killed and her husband is the suspect. I like this series. Fun.
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Stella Whitelaw is a professional writer and journalist, with over 30 novels published as well as nearly 250 short stories in national women's magazines. She is Secretary of the Parliamentary Press Gallery at the House of Commons and lives in Surrey with six beautiful cats who have provided the inspiration for her many cat books. Pollution-induced asthma has sent her walking the Sussex coast and S ...more
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