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Be careful who you love....

Cherokee Pointe, Tennessee, has seen murder before, but nothing like what has claimed the life of Jamie Upton, heir to the Upton fortune. The crime is so vicious, so personal and filled with hatred, the authorities are certain it had to be someone he knew...someone hiding an unimaginable sadistic streak behind a friendly facade. 

Be careful who you trust....

The number-one suspect is Jamie's former lover Jazzy Talbot. The girl from the wrong side of the tracks has always been Cherokee Point's favorite target for gossip and worse. Jazzy knows she didn't kill Jamie...just as she knows she's being watched, stalked like prey....

Be careful what you know....

And then the killer strikes again...and again...with the same chilling signature. With no one to believe her innocence except enigmatic drifter Caleb McCord, Jazzy plunges into a small town's long-buried secrets and shocking family sins...each startling truth bringing her dangerously close to a killer determined to make Jazzy the last to die....

©2004 Beverly Beaver (P)2018 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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  • Sea Gypsy
  • 13-03-2020

Spectacular

Beverly Barton never lets me down. This was a amazing book just like the others in this series. I've fell in love with the characters, they all have found a place in my heart. Marguerite Gavin does a brilliant job reading this book, she also makes this book shine.

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  • Meghan G.
  • 07-04-2021

Racist

The racism in this book is astounding. Referring to a person with native American ancestry as a savage and quarter breed is beyond appaling. How is this acceptable?

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  • theresa cutret
  • 28-12-2018

great book

loved the book
Thank you so much for asking, love the author and will listen to more

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  • Jana S.
  • 08-04-2021

Amateur writing

This book could have been good. Book started off really slow and barely progressed. I was waiting for this to be more gripping... but this wait was unanswered. I found myself caring less and less as to the storyline.

Sex scenes were repetitive and unnecessarily so. I almost felt like the author wasn’t confident in her writing so throwing in these long redundant sex scenes was ‘the answer’

Avoiding this author in the future.

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  • shef
  • 31-03-2021

Kind of sexually graphic but a good book

I came to this book for a mystery and I am pretty open minded but some of the scenes were very sexually graphic and very detailed. I ended up skipping through some of those parts because it was just so explicit. Otherwise this story was great and I kept coming back to it to hear the end of the story.

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  • Yvonne Gutierrez
  • 29-03-2021

more romance than thriller

selacious content does not enhance the story of elevate the quality of the story.

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  • Lori
  • 07-11-2018

Good book overall.

This one started slow and was a little hard to follow. Overall I still liked it, just not as well as The Fifth Victim. I look forward to the next in series on audio.

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  • McSusie
  • 08-05-2021

Warning: Explicit, Nasty Sex & Gory Violence

I’m done with this author & series. It started out good with the first book but quickly went downhill with the storyline & the narration. There’s a lot of vulgar sex scenes & twisted scenes of torture & extreme gory violence. I listen to at least two books a week. So many of these sale & “plus” books are amateur & a waste of my time. This was one of them.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 16-04-2021

Hated the Narrator.

The storyline was ok, but the descriptives weren't enough to put me all the way into the scenes. This narrator wasn't a compliment to the experience either. I don't want to hear that narrator again.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 29-03-2021

Hard to follow

After reading reviews, I expected a slow start; however, I couldn't get past the narration. The storyline was hard to follow because same inflection of narrator.

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