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    Hush

    Excellent reading . I could not keep the book down. Until I completely read the book. Loved it. Looking forward to reading more of your books.
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    Sam doesn't quit.

    Quirky Sam is trying to stay sane and make something of herself at the same time. This is a great start to an excellent series.
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    Sam's Song

    The first word that comes to my mind when I met Sam Smith is "spunky." This petite woman is hell-bent on pleasing her clients: first by tracking a stalker, then by finding a murderer. Then she stumbles upon something even more sinister. Although she has it together in her occupation, she has psychological issues brought on by an abusive, alcoholic mother and ex-husband. She can fight the toughest criminals, but lets her hair fall into her face, hiding her emotions, when it comes to personal matters. Sam is an endearing character. Her assessments of some of the people she encounters will make you laugh at her wicked mind. At other times, you'll cry at the pain she's suffered. The story is worth reading for the events that unfold. But it has more. It delves into the effects drugs and alcohol have on people--not only those abusing the substances, but also the people they know. It results in domestic abuse, negative psychological perceptions of oneself, and so much more hurt and pain.
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    Pleasant read

    Pleasant book with a natural main character,good flow in language and great sense of humor.Highly recommended
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