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    Thrill ride through LA's Dark Streets

    I enjoyed this books. This is more of a thriller than a mystery. The amateur sleuth is likable and does not try and solve the crime in a vacuum. The supporting characters are fun without being stereotypes. The author does a good job using LA and Talk Radio as a background. Enjoy this book for a thrilling ride through LA's dark side.

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    More Thriller Than Mystery

    Radio news reporter Carol Childs juggles the demands of LA station KCHC, her athletic high school son and her college daughter, while FBI boyfriend Eric is off on a sailing vacation. When Carol is assigned to report on the discovery of a body dumped in the Mulholland Drive hillside behind Judge Channing's home, it turns out to be the body of his missing 24 yr old daughter Monica. Carol's investigation leads to a sex slave ring and corruption in an organ donation hospital. Carol's daughter Cate is threatened and Mr. Diamond, a well connected city developer, seems to be setting Carol up to be discredited as a crazy stalker. A well written, very intense cat and mouse game has the reader feeling as frustrated and terrified as Carol as she keeps getting blocked from finding answers and the other missing girls.

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    Love this series

    Carol is back, that amateur sleuth who just can’t seem to stay out of trouble. There’s nothing I like better than a strong woman protagonist and Silverman has developed a character we can love and relate to. The first two books are page turners and I find myself trying to stay awake just to read the next page. A bit of suspense, a bit of romance and a whole lot of mystery, Beyond a Doubt is a captivating read.

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