Michael's Reviews > No Rest for the Dead: Twenty Six Writers, One Mystery

No Rest for the Dead by Sandra Brown
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Aug 07, 2011

it was ok
bookshelves: mystery, 2011, thriller, detective, police-procedural
Read from August 11 to 13, 2011

It was interesting to read a book by 26 authors, but I felt this story was just a normal bestselling mystery; and I was hoping from something more than that. The change in the writing style between chapters was only slightly different and possibly undetectable for people who aren’t trying to find the differences. While it felt a little generic for me, I’m still glad I had the chance to read this book. There was some interesting twists and turns through this book to keep me going; some I saw coming, some I didn’t. Trying to pick the real killer of Chris was sometimes difficult; the guy was a real prink and I think everyone wanted him dead. If you enjoy any of these authors, or just want to test drive their style then this book is a good place to start.
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