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  • How not to be a detective

    I'm not sure if this belongs here or at the end of the previous book but I think it is unrealistic that Stella and Jack can start a detective agency. I don't know how it is in England, but in North America you need a detective license in order to be a detective something which neither of them have. Second they both have full time jobs; when are they going to have time to run it. This book (The House with No Rooms) shows why you shouldn't try to be a detective without some training in the area. It took me several chapters before I realized that Chrissie was Tina when she was younger. There were again several unexpected twists in this book which does keep you on your toes. I think this is one of the characteristics that overall makes the series worth reading.

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  • A must buy and read

    Well yet again I've enjoyed following the series of books and got to know more about Stella and Jack. If you like intriguing story lines and page turners these books are for you. Now I've to try and find another series of either similar story lines or physiological triller books which I also love having read a full series of Logan books

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