Monday, November 17, 2014

Review: THE CASE OF THE KILLER DIVORCE by Barbara Venkataraman

Reluctant lawyer, Jamie Quinn, has returned to her family law practice after a hiatus due to the death of her mother. It's business as usual until a bitter divorce case turns into a murder investigation, and Jamie's client becomes the prime suspect. When she can't untangle truth from lies, Jamie enlists the help of Duke Broussard, her favorite private investigator, to try to clear her client's name. And she’s hoping that, in his spare time, he can help her find her long-lost father.

My thoughts: Jamie Quinn is back in a whole new mystery!

Nothing is messier or more boring than a divorce, except, maybe…murder.

With the same quirky humor, the author brings us another quick read. Of course, it also had the same monotony where the mystery and the characters were concerned. The effort was there, but the excitement wasn’t. It seemed that the bulk of the story centered more on finding Jamie’s father with all the tedious research.

It was okay, but not the best.

My rating: 2.5 stars

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