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This fast-paced thriller twists and turns its way through the perplexing investigation of several mysterious murders that will have listeners on the edge of their seats...
When the set of twins are released from prison, they have one thing on their minds: to settle the score against the people who put them there in the first place. The revenge killings begin in the District of Columbia with the murder of the prison warden and his wife - both found viciously beaten and brutally dismembered - and to continue on the opposite coast where a socialite is found dead in Malibu. Baffled by the gruesome murders, Detective Phoenix Perry ends her vacation early to conduct an unauthorized investigation and embarks upon a thrilling adventure to unravel the mystery and put end to violence.
Sugar & Spice is a gripping race to discover who is behind all of the murder, corruption, and revenge. It is sure to keep listeners guessing up to the stunning climax. From a promising new voice in fiction, this novel will keep spines tingling.
©2003 Keith Lee Johnson (P)2015 Keith Lee Johnson
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3 out of 5 stars
By VGD on 09-06-16

I have read better.

The story loses it's excitement , and directions and focuses on immaterial parts, not enhancing.

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