Secrets to Die For : Detective Jackson

  • by L. J. Sellers
  • Narrated by Damon Abdallah
  • Series: Detective Jackson
  • 7 hrs and 46 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Social worker Raina Hughes visits the home of a young boy she’s been assigned to monitor and things quickly turn ugly. Later, when she’s found brutally murdered, Detective Jackson thinks it’s an open-and-shut case against the boy’s ex-con father. Then new evidence points to a rapist who’s becoming more violent with each attack. Raina’s lover, Jamie, knows what the victims have in common, but won’t tell for fear of revealing her own secrets. When Jamie disappears, Jackson must uncover the truth before anyone else dies.

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Lecture ~ preacher

Secrets to die for; my second Detective Jackson book. Coming from law enforcement, a parent & grow up in PDX, Jackson is very believable &lovable. Story lines are suspenseful and exciting, keeps you wanting more! Her characters are extreme and over the top and that keeps you interested! It is obvious the author is a hard core liberal and I could do with the PC literature she adds to her books! I listen to escape not be reminded how to tip toe around. With that said her she is a excellent writer! I will continue to see what Jackson and his daughter are up too!
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- KIMBERLIE FLINTOFF

Like the story, but.......

I really like the story this author has to tell, but don't know that I'll continue with the series. This story starts out with an open-shut case for Jackson, that ends up being a 'who Really done it?'. You think you have things figured out, but she tends to drop a rather unknown character in the mix at the end, which I'm not complaining about. I don't enjoy always knowing the ending in advance, which happens quite often.
What I don't like about these books is the way the author is constantly preaching her beliefs, to us, the readers. In this story the author sets out to clear up everyone's misconceptions about homosexuals, as well as what natural remedy to take as a sleep aid, and how grilling meat is bad for you. It's just TOO much at times, and tends to ruin the whole book for me. It's a shame because I really thought the murder mystery was a good one.
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Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-20-2011
  • Publisher: Books in Motion