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Naked Frame by Robert Burton Robinson
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Dec 01, 2010

really liked it
bookshelves: 2010-release, librarything, kindle, mystery
Read from December 05 to 07, 2010

An intriguing mystery introducing a man/woman duo. Rebecca is a P.I. Her partner in sleuthing turns out to be her highschool best friend, Gabby (WEIRD name for a dude.. but he is a bit metrosexual) The case: Rebecca is having words and tequila with a man she doesn't get along with well and she wakes up with a smoking gun in her hand and a dead body on her office floor. Did she do it?

Well, she's pretty darn certain SHE didn't do it and thus, she's been framed. The story is pretty action packed, never a dull moment as the bodies start piling up and it becomes a major whodunit.

What I liked: I was never bored. This isn't one of those 400 page novels in which 100 pages of it are full of long descriptive details.

What I didn't like: The lack of emotion in the characters. Um, your shop, your business, your clothes have all burned down. A little more reation would be appropriate in instances like that. I guess you call that character developement. It just needed a bit more of that.

Four stars.
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13.0% "This is fast paced enough for me. Really tough heroine too."

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