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    Delerium

    Jamie is a London Metro Detective and single mom with a beloved 14 year old daughter in her final days at Hospice. She tries to compartmentalize her life to hold things together. But when she is assigned a murder case involving the daughter of a high profile couple who own a profitable pharmaceutical firm that researches genetic diseases and malformations , and she meets up with Blake, a sympathetic museum researcher with special gifts of sight , all aspects of Jamie's life confront each other and sparks fly!
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    A good read

    The writer does a good job developing her characters and settings. This book is definitely NOT for the squeamish or faint of heart. There is a lot of descriptive blood and gore; and hedonistic rituals. I'm a nurse and admit that I had to skip through some of the blood/gore scenes because it was stomach turning; just too much for me. Otherwise this is a very good novel.
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    Not the best book I've read

    This is the first novel that I've read by this author. It was extremely macabre and in parts, even stomach churning. I work in the medical field and I've never come across something that makes me want to vomit, but this book gave me that feeling a few times. The main premise of the book was the display of dead and dissected bodies, as art. The author tends to ramble and go on for pages with descriptions of what the bodies looked like, how the process was done, and even the process of it being done. It became so tedious and monotonous that I found myself more than skimming through sections of the book because my eyes were glazing over. Plus the story was all over the place and towards the end, it seemed like the author just gave up and decided to rush through the story rather than taking the time to properly develop the story to a final conclusion. The book is only 233 pages in length, but I've been struggling to read it for over a week. Normally a book this size would take me an evening or two to read. Not the best book I've ever read. Unfortunately not a book I would recommend.
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    Desecration

    The best book in have read
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    Desecration

    A mind blowing book! Subject mater a little disconcerting ! A page turner to be sure! I enjoyed reading this book and would highly recommend it ,
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