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Ratings and Book Reviews (11 89 star ratings
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    Fabulous

    Loved this book. Couldn't put it down. It also made me laugh out loud.
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    Excellent

    Must have more featuring Roberta Steel, excellent character, deserves to emerge as a major character from the Logan McRae series
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    good story just 1 bit I didn't lik

    enjoyed the story but hated the bit in the school. Keep it real Stuart.
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    Stoiber

    If you loved all the others...then obviously you'll love this one too.. and it's full of Steele..and her side kicks.. fabulous... cracking ending.... laughed and cried so very much at the same time..
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    OK, but nowhere near his best.

    Lowest score I have given a Stuart MacBride book. I enjoy his style and his humour but I cannot see the gross and unlovely Roberta as a character who can carry a story on her own.
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