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The Treacherous Net by Helene Tursten
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As an avid readers of mysteries you become tangled up in a lot of different series by a lot of different authors. Some time ago, I went beyond avid to obsessed. I normally read between eighty to a hundred mystery books a year and I currently have a back log of over a thousand books in my e-library. As a result, I can no longer afford the luxury of pondering what my next read will be, there are simply too many choices and as a consequence, I rely on a random selection tool to determine my next read. Now there are times when I silently groan when my random selector falls on a series I've grown tired of or don't really know why I started in the first place. However, there are other times, when my random selector brings a smile to my face by falling on a book in a first rate solid series, with first rate solid characters and story lines.

When my random selector fell on this book it brought a smile to my face. Helene Tursten's books have never failed to entertain me and this was no exception. If you have not read a book in this series, you owe yourself a favor. If, on the other hand, you have read a book by Helene Tursten, you know what I'm talking about and there is no need to say anything further.
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November 27, 2015 – Shelved
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Gisela Hafezparast I know exactly what you mean. I have read one Helen Tursten and have three, now four on my list to read, but others so far have always pushed in front. I made the mistake of starting in the middle of the series and then wanting to go back to the beginning to catch up but never has. Really have got to get back to Tursten, she is excellent.

Francis Thanks Gisela - I have read the first three or four. I usually try to read a series in order but this one was available for review from the publisher and I couldn't pass it up. So now I will have to go back to the middle but that's a problem I'm looking forward to.

Julie A random selection tool? How cool is that!

Francis Well it definitely reduced the time I spent procrastinating.

Mike Cuthbert Not really a review of the book, is it? Come on....

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