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Hot Blooded Murder (Bryn Wiley murder mysteries. Book 1)

3.80  ·  Rating details ·  5 ratings  ·  3 reviews
Can Bryn Wiley, a mild equine writer, unmask the real murderer before a prize champion stallion gets a lethal injection? In the sultry Louisiana heat she roams New Orleans seeking a slayer--in a desperate race to save the stallion. Wherever there are horses there is money, deception and powerful secrets. The story drips with sweat, Spanish moss, a voodoo queen. hot blooded ...more
Kindle Edition, 246 pages
Published September 1st 2016 by BookBaby
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Mrs Rj
Mar 30, 2019 rated it really liked it
There is nothing like a good murder mystery and this one doesn’t disappoint. The reader is quickly immersed into the story with a dead body turning up by the beginning of chapter 2! I enjoyed the authors choice to build the story around the equine world of horse breeding, making it nicely different.

The hero of the day is a strange character, who is an amateur detective who relies heavily on intuition and some slightly strange psychic moments. These luckily don’t detract from the pace or enjoyme
Jacqueline D'Acre
Jan 14, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
Here is a review by that excellent author, Charles Wilkins:

Jacqueline D’Acré’s fiction is as vivid and sultry and tumultuous – and as carnal, too – as the city of New Orleans in which it is set. And it is populated by a Mardi Gras of characters who not only bring the primality and private passions of daily life into focus but create for themselves (and for the reader) a well-lit stage on which, page after page, the imagination is invited to get up and dance. They come out of back alleys, the old
rated it it was ok
Mar 18, 2019
Vahan G. Bedeian
rated it it was amazing
Mar 22, 2017
Bobby Metzger
marked it as to-read
Apr 13, 2019
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