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Deadly Pleasures by Mary Firmin
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May 10, 2012

it was amazing
Recommended for: murder mystery fans
Read in May, 2012 — I own a copy , read count: 1

When yacht-club friends Megan, Alex, Kathleen, and Rachel decide to share a boytoy (sort of a human timeshare arrangement), they have no idea that the man they’ve selected is the prime suspect in the gory Bondage Murders. Through a series of circumstances, Megan soon finds herself drawn into the murder investigation, which takes her from L.A.’s society soirees to its BDSM and sex clubs. As her involvement grows, so does the mutual attraction between Megan and hunky L.A. police detective Matt Donovan, and Megan begins to believe that he may be Mr. Right. But when she discovers the killer’s identity, will she live to find out if Matt’s the one?

The action in this book is nonstop, taking the reader from the lifestyles of the extremely wealthy to the seamier side of Southern California. The author’s descriptions put you right into the middle of the action. A warning however: this book is not for the squeamish. The murders are grisly. However, they are believable and appropriate for the story.

By the way, I appreciate the fact that this book was nicely formatted and without grammatical errors. That left my mind free to enjoy the story without distracting mistakes.

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