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Publisher's Summary

A series of successful professional men are found slashed to death in their beds, apparently during sex, the presumed victims of a gay murderer. Homicide detective Max Segal is on the case, but he’s distracted by his failing marriage and an attractive journalist who is covering the case. Judy Wells has everyone fooled, including the police. She’s been methodically stalking, seducing, and murdering every man who has ever dumped her - and her revenge seems almost justified. But the FBI is closing in. Despite his troubles, Max isn’t far behind, and as the players speed toward an inevitable confrontation, listeners are in for a thrilling and explosive conclusion.
Like Fear Itself and Love Kills, Dan Greenburg’s other best-selling thrillers, Exes is a terrifyingly realistic, darkly humorous, startlingly sexual, street-tough novel with a surprising climax.
©1978, 2014 Dan Greenburg (P)2013 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved
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3 out of 5 stars
By Ayana on 03-30-16

Why?

What I dislike about this book is that the author makes it seem like all black people are illiterate and sell drugs. He also makes it seem like all black women are prostitutes, why does he refer to black people in this manner? All races do the same stuff so why is the Author only making it seem that black people are the only ones who sell drugs, prostitute, are illiterate or live in the projects?

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3 out of 5 stars
By Julie Lane on 03-23-15

Not brilliant but held my attention

Wouldn't go looking for more by this author, but I generally enjoyed listening.
Quick lessen for mystery fans in search of something light and not complex.

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