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    Not worth it!

    Although the premise of this book is interesting, the poor grammar, incorrect word usage and spelling errors make it very hard to read. Sometimes trying to decide justvwhst the aurhorcwas trying to say makes you want to throw it in the garbage. Too bad, it COULD be a good read!
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    Invitatiin to Die

    There was a good story line here and though it seems clear that the author has an understanding of psychology, this book skims the surface of too many issues without giving the reader a sense of how they affect the actual characters. The beginning was strong but soon the story was plagued by stereotypes, a lack of proper law enforcement proceedure and in my opinion, sexism. The only character the reader gets to know is Tracy Wrenn, and that brand of hair-flipping, gasping and breathy comments is not to my taste and I didn't find it believable. I would have given it two and a half stars if I could.
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    Invitation to die

    Book 1- easy readi ng. Great story. Couldnt put book down. Cant wait to read book 2. Tracy is great
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    poorly written

    Story has potential but so poorly and awkwardly written ...Main character adds things to dialogue that were never said by the other characters, very little suspense to the story at all.
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    Utter trite nonsense

    An egocentric profiler. Is this an autobiographical tale? Or just wannabe aspirations? Either way, this book is so predictable, so badly written (the pastor's name changes from Boyd to Logan half way through), unrealistic histrionic characters, and a plot so transparent, a child could have written it. It also makes the FBI look a bunch of bungling morons. I'm glad I didn't pay for this book. Ms Starr, don't give up your day job - or perhaps stick to children's fairy tales. I will not be following Tracy Wrenn's, no doubt, glittering career, with men falling stricken by her beauty. Three hours of my life I will never get back...
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